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100 questions for class 6 subject science || Answers School Based Assessment Science Class 6 2021

   

100 questions for class 6 subject science


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Assessment Science Class 6

Q No. 20         Identify the equation which represents the phenomenon of photosynthesis.

a)      Carbon dioxide + Oxygen + Sunlight → Glucose + Oxygen

b)      Carbon dioxide + Water + Sunlight → Glucose + Oxygen + Carbon

c)      Carbon dioxide + Water → Glucose + Oxygen

d)     Carbon dioxide + Water + Sunlight → Glucose + Oxygen

Q No. 21  Identify the photosynthesis products which are used in respiration to produce energy.           

a) Glucose and Carbon                       b) Glucose and Oxygen

c) Glucose and Hydrogen                   d) Glucose and Nitrogen

Q No. 22         Which gas is produced during photosynthesis?

a) Oxygen                                                       b) Nitrogen

c)Carbon dioxide                                d) Water Vapors

Q No. 23         Which gas is consumed during photosynthesis?

a) Water Vapours                                b) Nitrogen

c)Carbon dioxide                                d) Chlorine

Q No. 24         What is the reason for the green color of the leaves? 

a) Water                                              b) Light

c) Chlorophyll                                     d) Carbon dioxide

Q No. 25         Identify biotic factors from the following.                           

a) Light                                   b)Water

c) Air                                          d) Plantا

Q No. 26         Which of the following organisms likes to live in dark places?    

a) Goat                                    b) Cow                       

       c) Cat                                             d) Woodlice   

Q No. 27         From where do the plants get water and necessary minerals?

a) Air                                                               b) Soil

c) Fire                                                              d) Sun

Q No. 28         Identify the direct source of energy.                                   

a) Air                                                                           b) Water

c) Sunlight                                                       d) Temperature

 Q No. 29         What is the role of spines in the body of the Cactus?                         

a) To conserve minerals                                    b)To conserve water

c)To conduct water                                         d)To conduct minerals

Q No.30          Which of the following a-biotic components provides water and minerals to plants?

a)Light                                              b) Air

c) Temperature                                         d) Soil

Q No. 31         Which of the following is an abiotic component of the environment?

a) Water                                                                      b) Light

c) Air                                                      d) Bacteria

Q No. 32         Which of the following is the ultimate source of energy in an ecosystem?

a) Plants                                                                      b) Petrol

c) Sun                                                                          d) Biomass

Q No. 33         Which of the following is the symbol of gold?                               

a) Ga                                                                           b) Gd

c) Au                                                                           d) Ar

Q No. 34         Which of the following is it the symbol of mercury?

a) Ag                                                                           b)Hg

c) Ca                                                                            d) Na

Q No. 35         What is the symbol of silver?          

a) Ag                                                                           b) Mg

c) Hg                                                                           d) Mn

Q No. 36         Select the metal which is filled in thermometers to measure temperature.

a) Zinc                                                 b) Iron

c) Mercury                                  d)Silver

Q No. 37         Select the compound from the following.                           

a) Hydrogen                b) Nitrogen                  c) Oxygen                   d) Carbon dioxide      

Q No. 38         Which of the following has different types of atoms chemically combined together?   

       a) Water                      b) Nitrogen                  c) Oxygen                   d) Hydrogen            

Q No. 39         Which of the following CANNOT exist independently?  

a) Hydrogen atom                               b) Helium Atom

c)Oxygen molecule                                         d) Nitrogen molecule

Q No. 40         Choose the element which can be molded or shaped by heating and pressing.

a) Sodium                    b)Sulphur                    c) Chlorine                  d) Copper       

Q No. 41         Which one of the following kills the germs?          

a) Water          b) Nitrogen      c) Carbon dioxide                   d) Tincture of iodine

Q No. 42         Respiration and photosynthesis maintains the level of ——– in nature.

                    a) Hydrogen                                                      b) Nitrogen     

                    c) Chlorine                                      d) Carbon dioxide      

Q No. 43         Which of the following is an example of homogenous mixture?

a) Soil and water                                             b) Sulphur and water                         

c) Milk and water                                d) Oil and water                     

Q No. 44         Which gas is present in the soda water bottles?                            

a) Oxygen                   b) Nitrogen                  c) Hydrogen                d) Carbon Dioxide     

Q No. 45         What is the percentage of oxygen in the air?                     

a)  78%                                    b) 73%                         c) 23%                                     d)21%

Q No. 46         Which of the following gas forms the largest part of air?

a) Oxygen                                                       b) Hydrogen

c) Nitrogen                                                      d) Carbon dioxide

Q No. 47         Which constituent of air is used to make food by plants?

a) Nitrogen                  b) Oxygen                   c)  Helium                   d) Carbon dioxide      

Q No. 48         Which of the following gas is used in packing medicines?           

a) Oxygen                   b) Nitrogen           c) Carbon dioxide              d) Hydrogen              

Q No. 51         A solution is made by mixing sugar, salt, and turmeric in milk. Identify the solvent in this solution:                                                         

a) Sugar                       b) Salt                          c) Turmeric                  d) Milk                              .

Q No. 53         What is formed when we dissolve salt in water?   

a) Solute                                                                      b) Solvent

c) Solution                                                                   d) Suspension

Q No. 54         If we dissolve salt in the water to form a solution, the salt in this solution is a:

a) Suspension                                                  b)Solute

c)Solvent                                                         d)Slurry

Q No. 55         What is the solvent used in making lemonade?                 

a) Water                                                                      b)Salt

c)Lemon                                                          d)Sugar

Q No. 56         In which solution do we breathe?        

a) Air               b) Steel            c) Vinegar       d) Lemonade  

Q No. 57         Which of the following is it an example of suspension?

a) Ocean water                                                b)Lassi

c) Lemonade                                                   d) Steel           

Q No. 58         Identify the example of suspension from the following.         

            a) Milk                                     b) Blood         

c) Tea                                                              d) Juice

Q No. 59         Solution having a lesser quantity of solute is called:

a) Aqueous solution                                        b) Dilute solution                   

c) Concentrated solution                                 d) Saturated solution             

Q No. 60         Solution having a maximum quantity of solute is called:

a)Aqueous solution                             b) Dilute solution               

c) Concentrated solution                                 d) Saturatedsolution    

Q No. 62         Which form of energy is shown in the given image?.           

a) Light Energy                                              

b) Heat Energy           

c) Kinetic Energy                               

d) Potential Energy    

Q No. 64         Which type of energy is possessed by a stretched rubber band?

a) Kinetic energy                  b) Potential energy

c) Chemical energy                 d) Sound energy        

Q No. 65         Which of the following is a renewable energy source?

a) Coal                                                             b)Natural gas  

c)Oil                                                    d)Wind                       

Q No. 66         Which form of energy is produced in the vibrating bodies?

a) Nuclear energy                                           b)Heat energy            

c)Light energy                         d)Sound energy         

Q No. 68         Identify the pollution-free energy from the following.

a) Biogasenergy                                  b) Wind energy                      

c) Nuclear energy                                d) Fossil fuel energy              

Q No. 69         Which kind of simple machine helps to raise the water bucket from the well?

a) Lever                                  b)Pulley                                  c)Gear                               d)Wheel and axle                   

Q No. 70         Which simple machine helps to raise the flag to the top of the flagpole?

a) Gear                                                                        b) Pulley                                             

c)Lever                                                            d) Wheel and axle                  

Q No. 71         Which of the following is used in a wind-up clock?

a) Gear                                                                        b) Pulley                                             

c)Lever                                                            d) Wheel and axle                  

 Q No. 72         Which one of the following is an example of wheel and axle?.Q No. 75         Identify the labeled part X of the simple machine given in the figure below.

a) Wheel          b)Axle             c)Gear             d)Pulley          

Q No. 76         Pulley is a simple machine consisting of:    

a)a wheel with grooves           b)awheel without a groove    

c)an axle with a groove             d)an axle without a groove  

Q No. 77         What happens when light falls on rough opaque objects?

a) Transmission occurs                                    b) Absorption occurs

c) Diffused reflection occurs                          d) Refraction occurs

Q No. 78         The process in which light rays bounce off from a shiny surface is called:

a) Transmission                                                    b) Absorption

c) Reflection                                                               d)Refraction

Q No. 79         How can we turn the sunlight towards dark places?

a) By regular reflection of light                      b) By regular absorption of light

c) By diffused transmission of light               d) By diffused reflection of light

 Q No. 80         How can we see things around us just after the sunset?

a) By regular reflection of light          b) By regular absorption of light

c) By transmission of light,         d) By diffused reflection of light

Q No. 81         When light falls on a transparent object it is:

a) Transmitted                                                 b) Reflected               

c) Absorbed                                                    d) Refracted               

Q No. 82         What happens to light when light passes through a clear glass window?

a) Transmission                                                           b) Absorption             

d) Reflection                                                               d) Refraction                 

Q No. 83         What happens to light when light passes through a black dress?

a) Transmission                                                           b) Absorption                         

c) Reflection                                                               d) Refraction                 

Q No. 84         Identify the angle of reflection in the given diagram.

a) QPN            b)TPN             c)QPA             d)TPB

Q No. 85         Which of the following makes you able to see your face in a mirror?

a) Transmission                                                           b) Absorption             

c) Reflection                                                               d) Refraction                 

Q No. 86         Which of the following mirrors is used in periscope?

a) Concave mirror                                                       b) Convex mirror        

c) Plane mirror                                                d) Curved mirror              

Q No. 87         How many types of curved mirrors are?

a) 2                              b) 3                  c) 4                              d) 5

Q No. 88         Identify the concave mirrors from the following. 

a) Sunglasses                                                              b) Vehicle side Mirrors          

c) Street Mirrors                                  d) Headlights mirrors    

Q No. 89         Identify the substance through which sound waves travel the slowest?

a) Air                                                                           b) Water         

c) Steel                                                                        d) Copper       

Q No. 90         What type of energy, you can sense with your ear?

a) Light                                                                       b) Thermal      

c) Sound                                                                      d) Chemical    

Q No. 91         Sound travels the fastest in:

a) Liquids                                b) Gases                      c) Vacuum                               d) Solids         

Q No. 92         Which sequence is best describing the functioning of ear?

a) Sound waves, Signals, Brain         

b) Signals, Sound waves, Brain

c) Sound waves, Brain, Signals         

d) Brain, Sound waves, Signals

Q No. 93         Which of the following heavenly bodies revolve around the earth?

a) Satellite                                                                   b) Mars                       

c) Meteoroid                                                               d) Asteroid     

Q No. 94         Which of the following is a large ball of ice and dust?

a) Comet                                                                     b)Asteroid                  

 c)Meteor                                                                     d)Sun                                     

Q No. 95         What meteoroids make when they burn up in the atmosphere?

a) Meteoroid belt                                            b)Head and coma       

c) Head and tail                                              d)Streaks of light       

Q No. 96         What we call a meteor when it gets fire from the friction of air?

a) Comet                                                                     b) Asteroid          

c) Satellite                                                                   d) Fireball     

Q No. 97         Which satellite sent information about radiations in the environment?

a) Sputnik-I                                                                 b) Explorer-1              

c) Polar satellite                                               d) Landsat satellite    

Q No. 98         Sailors get help from ——— in locating their position.

a) GRS                                         b) GMS                       c) GPS                                     d) PGS           

Q No. 99         The heavenly body that moves around a planet is called:

a) Comets                                                                   b) Satellite                  

c) Meteors                                                                   d) Asteroids                 

Q No. 100       The system used to locate the position of an object on earth with the help of satellite is called:

a) GRS                                    b) GMS                       c) GPS                                     d) PGS           

 

 

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