Sunday, 23 June 2013

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH 10 - Motion and Measurement of Distances (MCQs)

Motion and Measurement of Distances


Q1: Name the scientist who suggested MKS (metre, kilogram, second) system which later became SI (International System of Units)?

(a) Isaac Newton
(b) Giovanni Giorgi
(c) Napoleaon Bonaparte
(d) Galileo Galilei

Q2(NCERT): The distance between Delhi and Mumbai is usually expressed in units of

(a) decametre
(b) metre
(c) centimetre
(d) kilometre

Q3: One metre has 10 equal parts called ________

(a) millimeters
(b) centimeters
(c) decimeters
(d) nanometers

Q4: Standard (SI) unit of length is _____

(a) metre
(b) centimetre
(c) inches
(d) kilometre

Q5: Which of the following is not a fundamental unit?

(a) metre
(b) kilogram
(c) kelvin
(d) cubic metre

Q6: The motion of a drawer table can be termed as __________

(a) periodic motion
(b) circular motion
(c) translatory motion
(d) random motion

Q7: Motion of a butterfly can be described as _________

(a) periodic motion
(b) circular motion
(c) translatory motion
(d) random motion

Q8: What is the correct measurement of the red thread as shown in the scale below:

(a) 1.5 cm
(b) 1.9 cm
(c) 3.4 cm
(d) 4.4 cm

Q9: Beating of a drum can be term as which of the following type of motion?

(a) periodic motion
(b) rectilinear motion
(c) rotatory motion
(d) circular motion

Q10: Motion of wheel of a car is an example of _________

(a) translatory motion
(b) rectilinear motion
(c) curvilinear motion
(d) circular motion

Q11: In _________ an object moves such that its distance from a fixed point remains the same. 

(a) translatory motion
(b) rectilinear motion
(c) circular motion(d) curvilinear motion

1: (b) Giovanni Giorgi
2: (d) kilometre
3: (c) decimeters
4: (a) metre
5: (d) cubic metre
6: (c) translatory motion
7: (d) random motion
8: (b) 1.9 cm
9: (a) periodic motion

10: (d) circular motion
11: (c) circular motion