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SESSION 2016-17
(Multiple Choice Questions)
Q1a) A leaking water pipe can be fixed using a material A. The material A represents which
state of matter ?
a) solid b) liquid
c) gas d) none of these
b) The German scientist Otto Von Guericke invented-
a) oxygen pump (b) hand pump
c) vaccum pump (d) water pump
c) Substance A can be easily poured from one container to another and assumes the shape
of the container. This substance represents the following state of matter:
a) Solid b) Liquid
c) Gas d) Both a & b
d) The given molecular arrangement represents

a) Gases as the molecules are far apart.

b) Liquids as the molecules are loosely packed.
c) Solids as the molecules are close to each other.
d) Both (a) and (b)
e) The odour of a burning incense stick in the pooja room can be smelled in all the corners
of the house. This is because
a)Gas occupies all the space available b)Gas has no fixed volume
c)Gas flows from one room to another d)All of these
Q2 Each of the following statements are wrong. Correct and rewrite them .
a) In a solid, the molecules are completely free to move.
b) Melting of wax is a Chemical change.

Q3 Complete the following:

a) Burning of paper : Chemical change :: Crushing of bottle :______________
b) Melting of ice : ________________ :: Baking of cake : Irreversible change

Q4 What decided the nature of the three states of matter?
Q5 Why melting of ice is said to be a physical change?
Q6 Aasha came to know that Liquids and gases can flow from one place to another. Can
solids do the same? Explain why or why not.
Q7 Give reasons-
a) Increase in heat melts the ice.
b) Air is a state of matter
Q8 An inflated balloon has air, which is a gas. When you compress the balloon, air in it also
gets compressed. Do you think the same will happen in case of a brick? Justify your
Q9 Draw a well labeled diagram representing the molecular structure of different states of
Q1 Neelam is performing an activity in which she pours a liquid from container A which is
0 round shaped to container B which is a beaker. Help her to answer the following
a) When the liquid from A is poured in B, does the amount of liquid remain same?
Give suitable explanation for your answer.
b) Which property of liquids is responsible for the above activity?