CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA2 2013 (1)

CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA2 2013 (1)

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Q1 Name any one technique that can keep milk free from germs for a longer period

of time.

Q2 How are spines helpful to Opuntia (Cactus)?

Q3 What do you mean by Pollination?

Q4 During which phenomenon Light energy from Sun turns into chemical energy?

Q5 Mention one use of Kinetic energy..

Q6 Which type of soil is suitable to grow Cotton?

Q7 What is meant by Translucent object?

Q8 What can we obtained Keora or Lavender flower?

Q9 If you touch the flower, some yellow thing sticks to your finger. What does that

yellow thing represents? b) What is its function?

8*2=16

Q10 Define the term Work.

Q11 Is turning of milk to curd a physical change. Justify your answer by giving one

reason.

Q12 Classify the following into the male and female parts of the flower. 1, anther 2.

Stigma 3. Filament 4 Ovule,

Q13 Name the part of the Brinjal tree which forms Brinjal and its seed. Name any one

spice that is a dried floral bud.

Q14 List down any two functions of a fruit.

Q15 Discuss any two modification of stem.

Q16 What is meant by electromagnet?

Q17 If you are given with a pair of iron rods, what will you do to convert them into a

magnet?

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marks

Q19 Give three examples of a stem that stores food. Explain about the parasitic root.

.

Q20

Name the protective covering around the Brain and spinal chord.

What is the approximate weight of a normal adult brain,

Q21 a) Write down the names and function of any four types of teeth present in

your mouth. b) Draw a well labeled diagram of a tongue showing the

location of taste buds

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Q22 a) Draw a well labeled diagram of a system that helps in excreting out urea

from

your body.

Q23 Differentiate between chemical and physical change (4 points, including

examples).

Q24 What is the formula to find out the work done? List down the names of any six

types or forms of energy.

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