6th Class Science Electricity Question Bank

done Electrcity and Circuits

• A) conductor of electricity.

B) insulator of electricity.

C) source of electricity.

D) both (b) and (c).

• A) Electricity can be created.

B) Electricity flows in a circuit with gaps.

C) A cell converts chemical energy to electrical energy.

D) A cell consists of three terminals.

• A) Air is not affected by gravity.

B) Air is a bad conductor of electricity.

C) Electricity flows very fast near highways.

D) Current rating is high near highways.

• A) A thin wire with many coils

B) A thick wire with many coils

C) A thin straight wire

D) A thick straight wire

•  (i) It is a bad conductor of heat. (ii) It is a bad conductor of electricity. (iii) It is porous.

A) Only (i) and (ii)

B) Only (ii) and (iii)

C) Only (i) and (iii)

D) (i), (ii) and (iii)

• A) To prevent rusting

B) To make handling easier

C) To prevent shock and short circuits

D) To make them look beautiful

• A) To save energy

B) To complete or break a circuit

C) To prevent electric shocks

D) To make the bulb glow easily

• A) Aluminium

B) Salt solution

C) Ceramic articles

D) Silver

• A) Electrical $\to$ chemical $\to$ light

B) Chemical $\to$ electrical $\to$ light

C) Electrical $\to$ light $\to$ chemical

D) Light $\to$ chemical $\to$ electrical

• A) It is non-luminous.

B) It is a soft metal.

C) It has a high melting point.

D) It has a low melting point.

• A) Graphite

B) Iron

C) Copper

D) Zinc

• A)

B)

C)

D)

• A) They do not glow.

B) They glow less brightly.

C) They glow more brightly.

D) They get fused.

• A) It can give a shock.

B) The bulb gets fused.

C) The switch blows off.

D) The wires are disconnected.

• A) Replace one cell with a piece of chalk

B) Replace one cell with a piece of wire

C) Replace one bulb with a piece of wire

D) Replace one bulb with another cell

• A) Switches

B) Filaments

C) Terminals

D) Insulators

• A) The circuit is complete.

B) There is a gap in the circuit.

C) Electricity flows continuously.

D) Electricity flows intermittently.

• A) Iron

B) Tin

C) Glass

D) Steel

• A) A dry cell produces a small amount of electrical energy.

B) A dry cell is used in TV remotes.

C) All dry cells are rechargeable.

D) The symbol of a dry cell is

• A) A simple circuit with one bulb and one cell

B) A simple circuit with one bulb and two cells

C) A simple circuit with two bulbs and one cell

D) A simple circuit with two bulbs and two cells

• A) Only P and Q

B) Only Q and R

C) Only R and P

D) P, Q and R

• A) Copper

B) Silver

C) Aluminium

D) Iron

• A) Consumers

B) Connectors

C) Components

D) Sources

• A) Wires and a switch

B) A cell and a switch

C) A bulb and wires

D) Wires, a cell, a bulb and a switch.

• A)

B)

C)

D)

• A) It produces white light.

B) It has a high melting point.

C) It is a good conductor of current.

D) It produces heat.

• A)

 Electrical Insulators Electrical Conductors Plastic/wood Mercury, tungsten

B)

 Electrical Insulators Electrical Conductors Carbon, steel Iron, paper

C)

 Electrical Insulators Electrical Conductors Copper, gold Nickel, clay

D)

 Electrical Insulators Electrical Conductors Iron, rubber Silver, plastic

• A) It is soft.

B) It is water proof.

C) It is an insulator.

D) It is inexpensive.

• A) Graphite, wood, rubber

B) Rubber, glass, wood

C) Pure water, wood, silver

D) Copper, iron, silver

• A) Dry cell

B) Car battery

C) Button cell

D) Solar cell

•  (i) Battery is dead. (ii) Filament is broken. (iii) Switch is closed.

A) Only(i)

B) Only(ii)

C) Only(iii)

D) Only (i) and (ii)

• A) To prevent the escape of air inside the bulb

B) To prevent the contact between the two terminals

C) To have a better contact of terminals with one another

D) To give support to the supporting wires holding the filament

• A)

 X Y Z Switch Cell Bulb

B)

 X Y Z Battery Cell Bulb

C)

 X Y Z Battery Switch Bulb

D)

 X Y Z Switch Cell Battery

• A) flows through its filament.

B) flows through the glass covering.

C) stops flowing to the bulb.

D) flows into the air through the bulb.

• A) A minimum of two terminals

B) A minimum of three terminals

C) A cell and a switch

D) A bulb and a switch

• A)

 X Y Z $\uparrow$ $\downarrow$ $\uparrow$

B)

 X Y Z $\downarrow$ $\uparrow$ $\downarrow$

C)

 X Y Z $\to$ $\leftarrow$ $\to$

D)

 X Y Z $\leftarrow$ $\to$ $\leftarrow$

• A) PQRS

B) PSRQ

C) PRQS

D) SQRP

• A) Dry cells

B) Dynamos

C) Solar cells

D) Accumulators

• A) bulbs give more light.

B) bulbs are cheaper.

C) bulbs get fused easily/frequently.

• A) The bulb lights up.

B) Electrical energy is converted into sound energy.

C) The bulb does not glow.

D) Light energy is converted into heat energy.