CBSE Class 6 Science Question Paper Set M

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Q1 Give one word/name/example for the following: 

i) The gas used by plants in photosynthesis.

ii) The liquid waste is called:

iii) An image that turns upside down.

iv) The changes which can be reversed.

v) A device used by an electrician to determine the presence of current in a circuit.

vi) A plant that grows with the help of a support.

vii) A plant having leaves modified to spines.

viii) The process to separate tea leaves from tea.

ix) The process of making cloth from yarn.

x) A substance that can be recycled.

xi) A process used for separating stone pieces from rice.

xii) A condition occurring due to lack of rainfall.

Q2 Give reason for the following: 

i) We prefer wearing cotton clothes during summers.

ii) The visibility increases after rainfall.

iii) The cooking of food is an irreversible change.

iv) The plants are called air purifiers.

v) The mountain goats have small hooves.

vi) A fused bulb cannot glow.

Q3 Answer the following questions: 

i) Differentiate between hydrophytes and mesophytes.

ii What is a pinhole camera? What kind of image is formed by it?

iii) What is chemical reaction? Explain with an example.

iv) Bursting of cracker involves two types of changes. Name them.

v) Write any two applications of electric energy.

vi) Plants play an important role in water cycle. Explain. 

Please refer to attached file for CBSE Class 6 Science Question Paper Set M.

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