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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

A spring balance has 5 marks between 10g to 20g.What is it's least count and range?  

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

The distance between Radha's home and her school is 3250 m. Express it in kilometres

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

Why is standard unit used in measurement

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

What is meant by a standard unit of measurement what is it necessary to have standard units of measurement name the SI unit of length write its symbol

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what is standard unit?  

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what is meaning of si unite  

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

Measure the circumference of the trunk of a tree near your school. Explain how you measure this length?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

What will you use to measure the length of a line segment which you have drawn or the length of a pencil?

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Name the old devices of measurement. What were their disadvantages?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

Define measurement and unit.

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 Write an activity to measure the diameter of a spherical object. 

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

 IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MEASUREMENTS, LENGTH IS BEING MEASURED?
 
1. Distance moved by the car in one second 
2.Circumference
3. Change in position
4.Change in position with time
 
 

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 What is the principle used in beam balance?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

Railway track is to be laid between Delhi and Mumbai. The distance between Delhi and Mumbai is 1400 km. If the length of one beam of the track is 70m, what is the number of beams needed for the track?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

A museum is 3245 metres from the school. State this distance in kilometres.

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A maths book has 200 pages, and the thickness of each page is 0.1 mm. What is the thickness of the book?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

A string of length 30 cm has two knots that divides it in three equal parts. A stick is one knot longer than three times the string. What is the length of the stick?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

An eraser is one fifth the length of a pencil. A pencil is twice the length of a compass. If the length of the compass is 7.5 cm, what is the length of the eraser?

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Convert 1 centimetre into kilometre.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

A cricket bat is 10 times longer than the scale in your geometry box. If the length of the scale is 16 cm, what is the length of the cricket bat?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

A girl measures a desk with her mutthi, and finds that the desk is 20 mutthi long. A boy measures it using a 15 cm long scale, and finds it 8 times the length of the scale. Then what is the length of girl's mutthi?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

Express 5 kilometres and 450 metres in centimetres.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

What is meant by a 'standard unit of length'? Why is it necessary to have standard units of measurement? Name the SI unit of length. Write its symbol.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

While measuring the length of a pencil with a scale, one end is at 2.5 cm and the other end at 9.2 cm. What is the length of the pencil in millimetres?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances

(a) Explain how to measure the length of an object. (b) Fill in the following blanks: i) For measurement, our senses are not always ___________ . ii) The length of forearm from elbow to finger tips is called ___________ .

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