Madhya Pradesh Board (MPBSE) Previous Year Question Paper for Class 10 Science 2015

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MP Board ( MPBSE ) Class 10 Science Previous Year Paper 2015 with Solutions - Free PDF Download.

The MPBSE is known as the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education. The MPBSE is an instructive Board in India. In 1965, it was founded by the Government of Madhya Pradesh. 

At the initial stage of the MPBSE, it was conventional with its head office in Bhopal. This board has different units to support its regular activities.

The MPBSE is famous for its innovative organization. Students of Class 10 can get a quality education under this board, along with affiliated certification. Most of the aspirants of Class 10 exams have succeeded in securing good marks.  

Madhya Pradesh Board (MPBSE) Previous Year Papers for Class 10 Science

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What Is the Key to Success in the MPBSE Class 10 Exam?

These are some tips provided by Vedantu’s subject experts:

  • Highlighting the topics with heavy weightage.

  • Clear all the concepts from the latest study materials.

  • Students need to practice PYQP.

  • Do a proper evaluation by trying practice tests.

  • Analyze the exam pattern before appearing in the board exam.

2. What Do You Mean by Comets?

A Comet is known as an astronomical object which contains a nucleus of ice and dust. When a comet is near the sun, a ‘tail’ of gas and dust particles indicate from the sun. In the other words, we can say it as a cosmic snowball of frozen gases, rocks and dust that orbit the sun.

3. Explain about Fehling's Solution.

In Fehling's solution, a deep blue active ingredient is the tartrate complex of Cu 2+.  The total reaction is conducted between an aldehyde and copper (II) ion.

The chemical expression for the Fehling's solution may be indicated as:

2Cu 2+ + RCHO + 5OH  → 3H2O + Cu2O + RCOO  

4. Mention Two Characteristics of Rocket Fuel.

Here are the two characteristics of rocket fuel.

  1. Rocket fuel is made with petroleum which is derived from crude oil.

  2. The presence of hydrogen and oxygen in the fuel makes the combustion faster.

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