CBSE VI

CBSE VI Science Set - 2

Question 1

If you stand at the center of a circular track and watch athletes run around it, their distance from you remains the same while running, that means they are at rest.
A) True
B) False

Question 2

When the moon comes in between the sun and the earth in a straight line, then a solar eclipse is formed. This formation of a solar eclipse is based on the concept of the ____.
A) formation of a shadow of the earth on the moon
B) reflection of light by the moon
C) formation of a shadow of the moon on the earth
D) reflection of light by the earth

Question 3

A bulb does not glow when a/an ____ is used in the place of a switch.
A) iron nail
B) matchstick
C) aluminium
D) copper

Question 4

Maximum iron filings stick in the middle of a bar magnet when it is brought near them.
A) True
B) False

Question 5

Which of the following fibres are obtained from the fleece of animals?
A) Jute
B) Cotton
C) Nylon
D) Wool

Question 6

Materials that cannot be easily compressed are called ____ materials.
A) soft
B) rough
C) scaly
D) hard

Question 7

The technique that separates a liquid from an insoluble solid by carefully pouring off the liquid is called ____.
A) evaporation
B) decantation
C) filtration
D) distillation

Question 8

Species adapt themselves in a very quick time.
A) True
B) False

Question 9

____ on large scale should be practiced to avoid drought.
A) Deforestation
B) House construction
C) Afforestation
D) No - forestation

Question 10

Which of the following is the odd one?
A) Incineration
B) Composting
C) Segregation
D) Leaching