Class 7 Science Chapter 4 MCQ

Class 7 Science Chapter 4 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of Heat. These Multiple Choice Questions with four choices contains about 120 questions divided into 24 sets in the format of test series, updated for new academic session 2020-21.

All the questions are taken form NCERT Textbook and Exemplar books only. It covers the entire chapter 4 of grade 7 Science including all important terms.




Class 7 Science Chapter 4 MCQ for 2020-21

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Class 7 Science Chapter 4 MCQ Tests for 2020-21

Class 7 Science Chapter 4 MCQ are given below with explanation of each answer. There are sufficient number of tests to practice chapter 4 of 7th Science. These tests make a student confident about the concepts related to standard 7 Science. Give test and practice with important questions if required. If you have more questions to ask, please visit to Discussion Forum.

Q1

In which of the statement is or are correct about “thermometer”?

[A]. Don’t hold the thermometer by the bulb
[B]. Don’t washed thermometer by any liquid
[C]. Don’t jerks the thermometer before use
[D]. Don’t use clinical thermometer for the person who works in sunlight
Q2

Wooden spoon is used to prepare vegetables its other end

[A]. Becomes hot due to conduction
[B]. Becomes hot due to conviction
[C]. Does not become hot
[D]. Both [A] and [B].




Q3

Who invented thermos flask?

[A]. Sir James Dewar
[B]. Sir Isaac Newton
[C]. Sir Thomas Alva Edison
[D]. Sir Antoine Lavoisier
Q4

Which of the following statement is or are incorrect?

[A]. Joule (J) is the SI unit of Temperature.
[B]. Air, water and wood are the poor conductor of heat.
[C]. Movement of molecule of liquid possible through convection.
[D]. None of the above.




Q5

Paheli and Boojho measured their body temperatures. Paheli found her’s to be 98.6 degree Fahrenheit and Boojho recorded 37° Celsius. Which of the following statement is true?

[A]. Paheli has a higher body temperature than Boojho
[B]. Paheli has a lower body temperature than Boojho
[C]. Both have normal body temperature
[D]. Both are suffering from fever
Q6

“We should avoid keeping the thermometer in the sun or near a flame”: Why?

[A]. Automatically it may break
[B]. It measures flame temperature
[C]. Sun temperature can be measured
[D]. Vapour can create under thermometer




Q7

Boojho has three thermometers. He wants to measure the temperature of his body and that of boiling water. Which thermometer(s) should he choose?

[A]. Clinical thermometer for measuring body tem. and laboratory thermometer for measuring the tem. of boiling water
[B]. Clinical thermometer for measuring temperature of both.
[C]. Laboratory thermometer for measuring temperature of both.
[D]. Digital thermometer for measuring temperature of both.
Q8

Paheli wants to measure the body temperature of Boojho. She got 36.4 degree Celsius, 37.4 degree Celsius and 36.6 degree Celsius in first, second and third times respectively. What is the average body temperature of Boojho?

[A]. 37.8 degree Celsius
[B]. 36.4 degree Celsius
[C]. 37.4 degree Celsius
[D]. 36.8 degree Celsius



Q9

Once in a summer day, Paheli keeps an iron chair in sunlight. After few hours, iron chair gets heated because

[A]. Heat is transferred by conduction
[B]. Heat is transferred by convection
[C]. Heat is transferred by radiation
[D]. Heat is transferred by all the process
Q10

At a campsite there are tents of three shades. One made with black fabric and other is white fabric and one is black and white combination. Which will you prefer for resting on a hot summer afternoon?

[A]. Black fabric
[B]. White fabric
[C]. Combination of both
[D]. None of the above.



Thermos flask

Thermos flask is a special type of vessel which keeps hot liquids hot and cold liquids cold. It is made in such a way as to reduce the loss of heat by conduction, convection and radiation to minimum. It is a double walled glass vessel. The space between the two walls has no air in it. It is a vacuum indeed. The inside of the outer wall and outside of the inner wall are brightly polished with silver. The whole system is enclosed in a metal case. It is supported on corks or rubber pieces on all sides. The mouth too is closed with a cork.

How it Works

The vacuum between the walls prevents the flow of heat of conduction and convection. As for radiation, the brightly polished outer surface of the inner wall is a slow radiator of heat. The little heat that radiates is reflected back by the inner brighter surface of the outer wall. So, the hot liquid remains hot for a long time in the flask.



What is thermometer?

The device which measures the degree of hotness is called thermometer.

Which type of surfaces are good absorbers of heat?

Black and rough surfaces are good absorbers of heat.

Which type of surfaces are poor absorbers of heat?

White and smooth surfaces are poor absorbers of heat.

Which scale is used for measuring heat in scientific work?

Temperature is generally measured in Celsius or Fahrenheit scale. Kelvin scale is used for scientific work.