CBSE Class 6 Science Electricity And Circuit MCQs Set A

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5. ELECTRICITY AND CIRCUIT

Choose the correct answer from the bracket.

1. In electric bells electric energy transform in to ____________energy.

(a) Mechanical energy (b) Magnetic energy (c) Sound energy (d) Light energy

2.----------- is the positive terminal of an electric cell.

(a) Metal disc (b) Metal case (c) Metal cap (d) Metal base

3.The tiny coiled metal wire present inside the bulb is called____________.

(a) Element (b) Conductor (c) Filament (d) None of these

4. A combination of two or more electric cells is called___________.

(a) Electric circuit (b) Battery (c) Terminals (d) None of these

5. An electric bulb has ____________terminals.

(a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 1 (d) 2

6 ----------- is an electric device which easily closes or opens an electric circuit.

(a) Filament (b) Electric bulb (c) Electric switch (d) Electric cell

7. A material which does not allow the electricity to pass through it is___________.

(a) Conductor (b) Electric cell (c) Insulator (d) None of these.

8. Non metals like __________and __________are conductors of electricity.

(a)Wood and paper (b) Graphite and gas carbon (c) Glass and rubber (d) None of theses

9. A material which allows the electricity to pass through it is ________.

(a) conductor (b) Insulator (c) Transistor (d) None of these

10. Electric energy is produced from the____________ within the cell.

(a) Chemicals (b) Metals (c) Terminals (d) None of these

11. A complete electric circuit is called______________ electric circuit.

(a) open (b) Closed (c) Complete (d) None of these

12. ----------- is an insulator.

(a) Metal (b) acid (c) Rubber (d) Salt solution

13.__________is a conductor.

(a) Wood (b) Metal (c) Paper (d) Petrol

14. The electric current in a closed circuit always flows from the ___________terminal of the electric cell to the ______terminal.

(a) Negative to positive (b) Positive to negative (c) Positive to positive (d) None of these

15. The base of an electric cell is its ___________terminal.

(a) Positive terminal (b) Negative terminal (c) Negative and positive (d) None of these

16. The path along which electric current flows is_____________.

(a) Switch (b) Electric current (c) Electric circuit (d) Electric cell

17. In _____________ electrical energy is transformed in to mechanical energy.

(a) Transistor (b) Mixer grinder (c) Electromagnet (d) Electric bell.

18 ------------- is an energy which flows in an electric circuit.

(a)Electric circuit (b) Electromagnet (c) Electric current (d) None of these.

19. The central _____________of an electric cell is always positive.

(a) Circuit (b) Chemical (c) Terminal (d) None of these

20. Kerosene oil is an example of_______________.

(a) Conductors (b) Insulators (c) Electrolyte (d) None of these

21. The cylindrical container of electric cell is made of ___________ _and acts as negative terminal.

(a) Copper (b) Iron (c) Zinc (d) Silver

22. The wire which carries away the current to the power house is called____________.

(a) Earth wire (b) Neutral wire (c) Live wire (d) None of these

23._____________ is a safety wire which protect us from electric shocks and electric fire.

(a) Earth wire (b) Neutral wire (c) Live wire (d) None of these

24.____________ is a device which converts chemical energy in to electrical energy.

(a) Electrical bell (b) Electric lift (c) Electric cell (d) Electric bulb

25. An electric cell has ____________terminals. 

(a) 3 (b)4 (c)1 (d)2 

 

ANSWER KEY FOR ELECTRICITY & CIRCUITS

 

1)B 2)C 3)C 4)B 5)D 6)C 7)C 8)B 9)A 10)A 11)B 12)C 13)B 14)B 15)B 16)C 17)B 18)C 19)C 20)B 21)C 22)B 23)A 24)C 25)D

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