9th Class Physics Guess Paper 2020 Lahore Board

9th Physics Guess Lahore Board

 

  • Prncple Of Moments
  • Vrnier Calipr
  • -Zero Eror
  • Graph

Short Question

  • Branches
  • Scientfc Notations & Exampl
  • Base/Derivd Units & Exampls
  • Physical & Elctronic Balanc
  • Signifcant Figurs
  • Zero Eror
  • Rest & Motion
  • Scalar &Vector
  • Linear & Random/ Circular & Rotatry Motion
  • Distance & Displacemnt
  • Acelration
  • SpeedVlocity
  • Dynamics
  • Mass & Weight
  • Inertia
  • Newton 1st & 3rd Law
  • Friction & Its Reducing
  • Limiting Friction&Eq
  • Centriptal & Centrifugal Force
  • Cream Seprators
  • Bankng Of Road
  • Head2tail Rule
  • Momnt Arm
  • Torque & Unit
  • Centr Of GravityCouple
  • Like & Unlik Forcs
  • Couple
  • Stable & Neutral Equlibrum
  • Difernt Valus Of G
  • Law Of Gravitation & Eq
  • Uses Of Comuncation Satelite
  • Enrgy & 4typs
  • Work & Joul
  • Power & Watt
  • K.E & P.E

Long Question

  • 2nd & 3rd Eq Of Motion
  • Newton 1st & 2nd Law
  • Importanc Of Vector Quantitis
  • Law Of Consrvation Of Momentm
  • Centripetal Force
  • Braking&Skidng
  • 1st Condition Of Equlibrum
  • Motion Of Artificial Satlite
  • Mas Of Earth
  • Kinetic Enrgy
  • Pascal Law&Hydralic Pres
  • Pressur&Formula
  • Archimedes Princple
  • Thermal Expansion&Eq Of Linear Thrmal Expansn
  • Submarin & Ship
  • Use Of Conductor& Non Condctnrs

 

The article considers the importance of higher education in the development of Kazakhstan. The features of strategic planning in higher education are analyzed. Its role is described.

Formulation of the problem. Over the past twenty years, serious economic transformations have occurred. Our country is guided in its development by market relations, with particular attention being paid to the problem of the formation of human capital. International experience confirms that investments in human capital, and, in particular, in education, from early childhood to adulthood, contribute to significant returns for the economy and society.

Investing in education is critical to creating a technologically advanced, productive workforce that can adapt to a fast-paced world. Successful economies of the future will be those that invest in the education, skills and abilities of the population. Education needs to be understood as economic investment, and not just as social spending.

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