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Class 6 Science Chapter 13 MCQ Online Test for 2022-2023

Class: 6Science
Chapter: 13Fun with Magnets
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Which of the following statement is or are correct?

[A]. A magnet is an object which attracts thing made of iron steel, nickel and cobalt.
[B]. Magnets are made of iron, steel or other alloys of iron by the process of magnetization.
[C]. A bar magnet is a long rectangular magnetized bar of iron or steel.
[D]. All the above

Attraction is seen between the poles of two bar magnet in the case of

[A]. North pole of one magnet with North pole of other.
[B]. North pole of one magnet with South pole of other
[C]. South pole of one magnet with South pole of other
[D]. All of these cases will show attraction

When a magnet is placed on a plastic plate with common pins spread on it, then what will happen:

[A]. Pins stick all around the magnet.
[B]. Pins stick at the middle of the magnet.
[C]. Pins stick at the ends of the magnet.
[D]. None of the above.

Which of the following action will not make a magnet lose its magnetic properties?

[A]. Drop a magnet from height
[B]. Hammer a magnet
[C]. Pass electric current
[D]. Heat a magnet

Temporary magnets are made from

[A]. Silver
[B]. Soft iron
[C]. Steel
[D]. Copper

Badal appeared in class test but he confused to know the incorrect statement. Would you help him to know that?

[A]. Non-magnetic materials cannot be converted into magnets.
[B]. If a large number of pins from a pin box fall on the floor and get scattered, we cannot collect all the pins quickly by using a magnet.
[C]. Wood shavings are non-magnetic and hence they do not stick to the magnet.
[D]. None of the above

Which of the following two metals would be attract to a magnet?

[A]. Gold and silver
[B]. Silver and copper
[C]. Iron and lead
[D]. Iron and nickel.

A magnetic compass can be used to navigate:

[A]. During any time of the day
[B]. Only after sunset and before sunset
[C]. Only before sunrise and after sunset
[D]. None of these

When iron fillings are kept near a magnet:

[A]. It aligns itself along magnetic field lines
[B]. It gets attracted towards north pole of magnet.
[C]. It gets attracted towards south pole of magnet
[D]. Nothing happens.

Which of the following statement is not true about poles of a magnet?

[A]. North pole of a magnet is attracted towards south pole of other magnet.
[B]. North pole of two magnets each other.
[C]. Each magnet has a north and south pole.
[D]. A magnet can have two north pole

Needle of a compass, if free to move will always orient:

[A]. In geographical north-south direction
[B]. In geographical east west direction
[C]. Along equator
[D]. In any arbitrary direction

What will happen when the two magnets (south A and south B) come towards each other?

[A]. They will heat up
[B]. They will repel each other
[C]. They will attract each other
[D]. Nothing will happen

A magnet can attract a:

[A]. Steel ring
[B]. Copper plate
[C]. Rubber band
[D]. Glass rod

Which one of the following things can be made into a magnet?

[A]. An eraser
[B]. A pencil
[C]. A plastic
[D]. A razor

Which of the following items cannot be picked up by a magnet?

[A]. Hair pins
[B]. Paper clips
[C]. Aluminum false
[D]. Iron nails

The electromagnet is a:

[A]. Bar magnet
[B]. Damaged magnet
[C]. Temporary magnet
[D]. Permanent magnet

We can use a magnet to separate:

[A]. Rubber bands from pieces of aluminum foil
[B]. Pieces of copper wire from glass beads
[C]. Steel staples from sand
[D]. Steel bottle caps from iron fillings

What happens when we hit a magnet with a hammer?

[A]. It gains more magnetic force
[B]. It demagnetizes
[C]. The north and south poles change positions
[D]. Nothing happens

Which of the following makes use of a magnet?

[A]. A shirt button
[B]. A screw-driver
[C]. A can opener
[D]. A door stopper

Tarun is writing some precautions related handling of magnets. Choose the incorrect statements from the given sentences:

[A]. We should never store magnets.
[B]. We should never heat a magnet over burner.
[C]. We should never hit a magnet with hammer.
[D]. We should never drop a magnet on the floor.

Ruhi is writing some statements, choose the incorrect statement and help him:

[A]. Magnet is used in refrigerator door to keep it tightly closed.
[B]. Magnets are used in some pencil boxes to keep their lids shut tightly.
[C]. Needle of a compass deflects when we brought a magnet near it.
[D]. Electromagnet is a permanent magnet.

Consider the following statements and choose the correct one:

[A]. North pole brought near to north pole of another magnet which attracts.
[B]. South pole brought near to south pole of another magnet which attracts.
[C]. South pole brought near to north pole of another magnet which repels.
[D]. North pole brought near to south pole of another magnet which attracts.

Which of the following statement is or are incorrect?

[A]. The same type of magnetic poles are called like poles.
[B]. The different types of magnetic poles are called unlike poles.
[C]. Like magnetic poles repel each other, unlike magnetic poles attract each other.
[D]. A freely suspended magnet always point in a west-south direction.

Neelima is writing some statements but she confused to know whether the statements are correct or not? If you know the answer to this question, then tell her:

[A]. Every magnet, whether big or small, has a north pole and south pole.
[B]. It is impossible to have a magnet having only one pole.
[C]. The maximum amount of iron filings sticks on the two ends or two poles of the bar magnet.
[D]. None of the above

Choose the correct statements:

[A]. A cylindrical magnet has only one pole.
[B]. Maximum iron filings stick in the middle of a bar magnet when it is brought near them.
[C]. Rubber is a magnetic material.
[D]. A nickel wire is attracted by magnet.

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