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Why do solid have  a fixed  shape 

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Define matter?

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Why is tumbler not made up of cotton ?Give valid reason and mention the properties  

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Which of the following are soluble in water and which are insoluble in water? Groundnut oil, salt, Alum, Wax, Sugar, Sand, Petrol, Copper sulphate

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Name two gases which do not dissolve in water.

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some metals often lose their shine and appear dull after some time .why?

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some metals often lose their shine and appear dull after some time .why?

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some metals often lose their shine and appear dull after some time .why?

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some metals often lose their shine and appear dull after some time .why?

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(a) What is meant by transparent materials, translucent materials and opaque materials? Give two examples each of transparent, translucent and opaque materials. (b) Why are we not able to see behind the wall?

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Classify the following into materials having lustre (shine) and those having no lustre (no shine): Sand, Aluminium sheet, Sheet of paper, Gold coin, Leather sofa, Brass door handle, Stainless steel tumbler, Jute bag.

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Write any 2 points of difference between transparent and opaque materials.

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What happens when dried leaves fall on the surface of water in a pond? What is the parameter used for classifying materials on the basis of heaviness or lightness.

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(a) Name two materials which are lighter than water and two which are heavier than water. (b) Name two materials which are miscible with water and two which are immiscible with water.

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You are given two materials A and B. The material A can be compressed easily while material B cannot be compressed easily. What can you say about the hardness of these two given materials?

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Group the following materials on the basis of whether they are lustrous or not. Gold earrings, plastic bag, newspaper, copper wire

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You are given an object A. State the 3 important properties of materials which you can use to describe the object.

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Classify the following materials as hard and soft. (a) Wood (b) Cotton (c) Stone (d) Sponge

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What is the importance of oxygen gas and carbon dioxide gas dissolved in water?

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Classify the following as soluble and insoluble in water. Potassium permanganate, Petrol, Marsh gas, Alum, Sulphur, Glycerine.

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Explain an activity to know whether the following materials is soluble in water or not. Alcohol, kerosene oil and vinegar

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(a) What is the importance of oxygen gas dissolved in water? (b) How is the carbon dioxide gas dissolved in water helpful to the plants which live in water? (c) Name two examples of gases which do not dissolve in water.

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What is meant by hard materials and soft materials? Give two examples of hard materials and two of soft materials.

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