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CL6_CH4_SORTING MATERIALS INTO GROUPS

Quiz by Kshipra Sethi

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20 questions
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  • Q1
    sink or float
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    Can't say
    Float
    Sink
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  • Q2
    Which of these are transparent?
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    Table
    Wax paper
    Window
    Tin foil
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  • Q3
    Transparent, Translucent or Opaque???/
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    Cant't Say
    Translucent
    Transparent
    Opaque
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  • Q4
    What is opaque?
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    light does not pass through
    Allows almost all light to pass through
    Light does not pass through
    Can't say
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  • Q5
    Transparent, Translucent or opaque???
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    Translucent
    Transparent
    Opaque
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  • Q6
    Objects can have other properties, these are; colour, smell, lustre and hardness.
    False
    True
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  • Q7
    A transparent liquid ????
    Ganga water
    Vinegar
    Alcohol
    Petrol
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  • Q8
    Some metals often loose their shine and appear dull after sometime. Why???
    Due to effect of air and moisture.
    NO reason
    They become non lustrous after some time.
    Nothing is permanent in nature
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  • Q9
    Yo are given two materials A and B. The material A can be compressed easily while material B cannot be compressed easily. What can you say about the hardness of these two given materials?
    Material A is hard
    Material B is hard
    Material A and B are soft.
    Material A and B, both are hard.
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  • Q10
    An iron nail is kept in each of the following liquids. In which case would it lose its shine and appear dull?
    Kerosene
    Coconut oil
    Mustard oil
    Carbonic Acid
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  • Q11
    Pick one material from the following which is completely soluble in water.
    Saw dust
    Glucose
    Tea leaves
    Chalk powder
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  • Q12
    You are provided with the following materials (i) Magnifying glass (ii) Mirror (iii) Stainless steel plate (iv) Glass tumbler Which of the above materials will you identify as transparent?
    (iii) and (iv)
    (i) and (iv)
    (i) and (ii)
    (i) and (iii)
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  • Q13
    Boojho found a bag containing the following materials (i) Mirror (ii) Paper stained with oil (iii) Magnet (iv) Glass spectacles Help Boojho in finding out the material(s) which is/are opaque.
    (ii) and (iv)
    (i) and (iii)
    (iv) only
    (i) only
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  • Q14
    Which pair of substances among the following would float in a tumbler half filled with water?
    Pin, oil drops
    Rubber band, coin
    Cotton thread, thermocol
    Feather, plastic ball
    45s
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  • Q15
    Find the odd one out from the following
    Eraser
    Tawa
    Spade (Serving spoon)
    Pressure Cooker
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  • Q16
    Classification is
    grouping non-living things on the basis of common properties.
    grouping things as living and non-living
    grouping living things on the basis of common properties.
    grouping all things, living or non-living, on the basis of common properties.
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  • Q17
    Which of the following is a soft material???
    Sponge
    Iron
    None of these
    Plastic
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  • Q18
    Disha prepared the given flowchart for sorting materials into different groups. Fill the blanks left by her from the given options.
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    Glass Sugar Rubber Honey Petrol
    Rubber Sugar Glass Petrol Honey
    Rubber Glass Sugar Honey Petrol
    Glass Sugar Rubber Petrol Honey
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  • Q19
    Take 10 mL of water in 6 test tubes each and add different samples of substances to each test tube as shown in the given figure. Shake the test tubes vigorously for a couple of seconds and leave them undisturbed. In which of these test tubes, sample substances will remain insoluble in
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    3, 4 and 5
    2, 3 and 4
    4, 5 and 6
    1, 2 and 3
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  • Q20
    The table below shows the properties of four substances K, L, M and N. Which two substances would be most difficult to separate when mixed in water?
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    M and N
    K and M
    K and L
    L and M
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