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Class 8 Science Chapter 9 Solution and Explanation in Hindi
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NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Science Chapter 9 Friction is given below. Video Format solution and offline apps based on latest NCERT Books 2023-24 are also available. Download 8 Science App for offline use.
Class 8 Science Chapter 9 Solution and Explanation
Class 8 Science Chapter 9 Important Questions for Practice
Explain why objects moving in fluids must have special shapes.
The frictional force exerted by fluids is also called drag or fluid friction. To overcome or minimize air fluid friction, the bodies of objects minimise its surface i.e. sometime spherical shapes or other streamlined shape with smooth surface. Aeroplanes, jets, rain drops have streamlined curve surface to reduce air drag.
Explain why the sliding friction is less than the static friction.
When the objects are at rest, the interlocking of irregularities in the two surfaces of the objects is higher than that of when objects are moving. When objects are moving, there is less interaction between their surfaces. That’s why sliding friction is less than static friction.
Give examples to show that friction is both a friend and a foe.
Friction is both a friend and a foe due to following reasons:
Friction act as friend:
We are able to walk because of frictional forces between ground and our feet.
We are able to write because of friction between ball point and the paper surface.
Nails and screws stick to wall surfaces because of friction.
Lighting a match stick is because of friction between match stick and the side surface of match box.
Friction act as foe:
Wear and tear of soles of our shoes is due to friction.
When a tyre deflates, it is difficult to move the vehicle because of increased friction between the tyre and road surface.
Machines gets heated up because of friction.
Due to friction, machines and vehicles consumes more fuel and increase maintenance cost.
Explain why sportsmen use shoes with spikes.
Spikes increase friction and give better grip with the ground. It avoids slipping of sportsmen while playing or running.
Class 8 Science Chapter 9 MCQ with Answers
1. Whenever the surfaces in contact tend to move or move with respect to each other, the force of friction comes into play
(a) only if the objects are solid.
(b) only if one of the two objects is liquid.
(c) only if one of the two objects is gaseous.
(d) irrespective of whether the objects are solid, liquid or gaseous.
2. To sharpen the blade of a knife by rubbing it against a surface, which of the following will be most suitable?
(b) plastic block
(c) wooden block
(d) glass block
3. In a large commercial complex there are four ways to reach the main road. One of the path has loose soil, the second is laid with polished marble, the third is laid with bricks and the fourth has gravel surface. It is raining heavily and Paheli wishes to reach the main road. The path on which she is least likely to slip is
(a) loose soil.
(b) polished marble.
4. A toy car released with the same initial speed will travel farthest on
(a) muddy surface
(b) polished marble surface
(c) cemented surface
(d) brick surface
5. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
(a) Friction acts on a ball rolling along the ground.
(b) Friction acts on a boat moving on water.
(c) Friction acts on a bicycle moving on a smooth road.
(d) Friction does not act on a ball moving through air.
6. If we apply oil on door hinges, the friction will
(c) disappear altogether
(d) will remain unchanged
7. A boy rolls a rubber ball on a wooden surface. The ball travels a short distance before coming to rest. To make the same ball travel longer distance before coming to rest, he may
(a) spread a carpet on the wooden surface.
(b) cover the ball with a piece of cloth.
(c) sprinkle talcum powder on the wooden surface.
(d) sprinkle sand on the wooden surface.
8. Two boys are riding their bicycles on the same concrete road. One has new tyres on his bicycle while the other has tyres that are old and used. Which of them is more likely to skid while moving through a patch of the road which has lubricating oil spilled over it?
9. Imagine that an object is falling through a long straight glass tube held vertical; air has been removed completely from the tube. The object does not touch the walls of the tube. Will the object experience any force of friction?
10. Explain why the surface of mortar and pestle (silbatta) used for grinding is etched again after prolonged use?
Answers of Important Questions
8 The bicycle with worn out tyres is more likely to skid.
10 To increase friction to make it more effective for grinding again.
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