Sorting materials into groups Worksheet-3
(A) Natural gas (B) Carbon dioxide
(C) Helium (D) Oxygen
(A) particles vibrate faster (B) particles break free
(C) particles move in lines (D) particles stop moving
(A) Shopkeepers use glass containers or transparent jars to keep eatables.
(B) Shopkeepers use opaque containers to keep eatables.
(C) Shopkeepers use translucent containers to keep eatables.
(A) Attraction (B) Conduction (C) Induction (D) Repulsion
(A) Hard materials (B) Rough materials
(C) Soluble materials (D) Soft materials
(A) Aluminium (B) Bronze
(C) Stainless steel (D) None of these
(A) Sorting similar things together.
(B) The process of grouping things on the basis of similarities and dissimilarities.
(C) The substance or substances out of which a thing is or can be made.
(D) None of these
(A) All of these
(B) Different materials have different properties, so grouping of things are done.
(C) We have to choose materials with the right properties, therefore grouping of things are done.
(D) Materials can only be grouped on the basis of their properties.
(A) Materials can be grouped on the basis of their properties.
(B) Materials can be grouped on the basis of their mass.
(C) Materials can be grouped on the basis of their weight.
(D) Any of these
(A) Yes, all liquids are transparent.
(B) No, all liquids are not transparent.
(C) Some are transparent and some are not.
(D) None of these
(A) Cloth allows the electricity to pass through it.
(B) Cloth does not allow the electricity to pass through it.
(C) Depends upon the type of cloth used
(D) It is neither an insulator nor conductor
(A) Sponge is a soft material.
(B) Sponge is a hard material.
(C) Any of these
(A) Particles in gases are more loosely packed as compared to liquids.
(B) The particles are more loosely packed in liquids as compared to gases.
(C) Gases have a definite volume whereas liquids do not have a definite shape.
(D) All of these