CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA1 2014 (3)

CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA1 2014 (3)

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I. Tick the most appropriate answer : (1×10=10)

1. Mixture of sand, water and mustard oil can be separated by :

a) Sedimentation, decantation and separating funnel

b) Sedimentation, decantation and evaporation

c) Coagulation, evaporation and distillation

2. Synthetic fibres are obtained from :

a) plants b) Animals c) None of these

3. Which is a bad conductor of heat?

i) Iron ii) rubber iii) oxygen

a) I &ii b) ii & iii c) I & iii

4. In which of the following sets, is each substance a gas?

a) Mercury, iron and air

b) Steam, oxygen and carbon dioxide

c) Nitrogen, milk and oxygen

5. Which of the following is a reversible change?

a) Milk getting sour

b) Burning of water

c) Melting of wax

6. Spinning was earlier done by :

a) Charkha b) Sickle c) pulley

7. Breaking of glass is :

a) Chemical change b) slow change c) physical change

8. Malnutrition occurs due to :

a) Overeating

b) eating a proper diet

c) eating a poor diet

9. Which one of these is not a physical quantity?

a) Area b) time c) magnetism

10. The S.I unit of time is :

a) Hour b) second c) minute

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