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Class - 4 - Science -Matter and Materials -1

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We can separate sand from water by:

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Soda water contains dissolved:

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Sunil took some water and dissolved some salt in it. Later he placed the salty water under sunlight for four days. He found only the crystals of salt but not the water. The process demonstrated in the above experiment is:

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Which of the following is/are in a liquid state normally?

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The object in the given figure is made of a combination of and

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The bubbles that come out rapidly when we open a soda water bottle are:

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Air is different from water; it:

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Which of the following can vary in volume?

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Which of the following states of matter has the strongest forces of attraction between its molecules?

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Which of the following is incorrectly written?

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The intermodular space is more in:

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Look at the given pictures carefully. They show particles of the same matter. In which picture is the matter coldest?

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Which of the following is not solid?

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One day Surya's father put naphthalene balls between woolen clothes to keep them protected from insects. After a few days he saw that the size of the naphthalene balls had reduced. This process is called:

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The homogeneous mixture of two or more substances is called:

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Which of the following has a fixed volume but no fixed shape?

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Three different containers shown below contain 500 ml of water in each of them.

This indicates that water has

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When gas changes into liquid, it is called:

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The amount of space taken up by matter is called:

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Which of the following objects is incorrectly classified?

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Class - 4 - Science -Matter and Materials -2

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Which of the following is not an outcome of condensation?

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A syrup is a ………….. of sugar in water.

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Name the solutes that are soluble in water ?

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When a plunger is pushed in, the air is compressed because it has:

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A chemical change takes place when one form of matter changes to___.

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When describing the colour, size, shape, or smell of an object, you are describing the :

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This is a chemical change :

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Look at the following picture carefully and find out which material the below object is made of.

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Solids can keep their shape because:

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Which of the following is an insoluble substance in water?

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