# 6th Class Science Magnetism Question Bank

### done Magnetism

• A) temporary magnet

B) artificial magnet

C) natural magnet

D) None of these

• A) natural magnet

B) artificial magnet

C) permanent magnet

D) temporary magnet

• A) always points in N-S direction

B) used to find directions

C) is a magnet

D) all of these

• A) repel each other

B) attract each other

C) sometimes repel sometimes attract each other

D) cann't say

• A) its magnetic property increases

B) its magnetic property decreases

C) its magnetic property remains same

D) none of these

• A) to conserve its magnetic property

B) to increase its magnetic property

C) to make it demagnetise

D) to decrease its magnetic property

• A) North Pole only

B) South Pole only

C) both North and South Poles

D) None of these

• A) horse-shoe

B) irregular

C) cylindrical

D) regular

• A) Indians

B) Chinese

C) Greeks

D) Japanese

• A) Attraction

B) Rotation

C) Repulsion

D) None of these

• A) Plastic ruler

B) Compact disc

C) Glass tumbler

D) Wood

• A) keeping in a box

B) heating

C) hammering

D) Both (b) and (c)

• A) compact disc

B) iron container

C) cell phone

D) comb

• A) barometer

B) thermometer

C) magnetic compass

D) none of these

• A) east pole and west pole

B) north pole and south pole

C) north pole and west pole

D) south pole and east pole

• A) only one pole

B) two poles

C) can't say

D) unlimited number of poles

• A) north-south direction

B) south-north direction

C) east-west direction

D) Both (a) and (b) are correct

• A) north seeking end

B) south seeking end

C) east seeking end

D) west seeking end

• A) Iron

B) Cobalt

C) Nickel

D) All of these

• A) Iron

B) Cobalt

C) Nickel

D) All of these

• A) Plastic and wood

B) Wood and iron

C) Iron and cobalt

D) Plastic and nickel

• A) time

B) mass

C) temperature

D) direction

• A) white colour

B) blue colour

C) red colour

D) None of these

• A) Hand picking

B) By using a magnet

C) Either of the two

D) None of these two

• A) it is wrapped in cotton wool

B) it is struck with a hammer

C) it is kept in a cool room

D) None of the above is correct

• A) it may cause your magnet to rust

B) it may make you magnet weaker

C) it may erase the information stored in your disk

D) it may break your disk

• A) North pole

B) South pole

C) Middle portion

D) Near both poles

B) Fan

C) Refrigerator

D) Torch

• A) The metal box

B) The glass cover on metal box

C) The magnetic needle

D) The dial

• A) Copper

B) Aluminium

C) Cobalt

D) Zinc

• A) (1), (2) and (4)

B) (1), (3) and (4)

C) (1), (2) and (3)

D) (2), (3) and (4)

• A) A freely suspended bar magnet always points in East-North direction.

B) Glass is not a magnetic substance

C) Plastic is a magnetic substance

D) All the above are correct

• A) A magnetic needle used in compass is not a magnet

B) The dial of a compass can rotate freely

C) One end of the magnetic needle of compass is generally painted with red colour

D) All the above are correct

• A) towards south

B) towards north

C) towards east

D) towards west

• A) Magnes

B) Magnesia

C) Magnetite

D) None of these

• A) a point in a bar magnet where magnetic forces are strongest

B) the central point of a bar magnet where the magnetic forces are least

C) Both the above are correct

D) None of the above is correct

• A) They can be converted into any shape by heating.

B) They get attracted by a magnet.

C) They get repelled by a magnet.

D) None of the above is correct.

•  Column-I Column-II A. North-seeking pole (p) Pole of a freely suspended magnet which points to south. B. South-seeking pole (q) cannot exists independently. C. Electromagnet (r) Pole of a freely suspended magnet which points to north. D. Magnetic poles (s) are used to lift heavy weights.

A) $A\to (p);B\to (q);C\to (r);D\to (s)$

B) $A\to (p);B\to (r);C\to (q);D\to (s)$

C) $A\to (s);B\to (p);C\to (r);D\to (q)$

D) $A\to (r);B\to (p);C\to (s);D\to (q)$

• A) His stick was stuck in the bushes on the mountain.

B) He was holding his stick in such a way that the portion of stick having small piece of iron attached was held by him in his hand.

C) The portion of stick having iron piece attached to it was pointing towards rock and get attracted strongly by the rock

D) None of these

• A) Mendes

B) Mendel

C) Magnes

D) None of these

• A) Ancient India

B) Ancient China

C) Egypt

D) Ancient Greece

• A) east-west direction

B) north-south direction

C) west-north direction

D) None of these

• A) we can look at the rising sun at that place and then our face is in east direction, on our left will be north.

B) we can use a magnetic compass and find the direction by looking at its dial.

C) both the above methods give us an exact knowledge of the directions.

D) None of the above is correct

• A) towards south

B) towards north

C) towards east

D) towards west

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Statement (1) is correct while statement (2) is incorrect.

B) Statement (2) is correct while statement (1) is incorrect.

C) Both statements are correct

D) Both statements are incorrect.

• A) Statement (1) is correct while statement (2) is incorrect.

B) Statement (2) is correct while statement (1) is incorrect.

C) Both statements are correct

D) Both statements are incorrect.

• A) A - North, B-North

B) A - North, B-South

C) A - South, B ? South

D) A - South, B-North

• A) Magnetic substances and non-magnetic substances

B) Metals and non-metals

C) Conductors and insulators

D) All the above

• A) a naturally occurring mineral

B) an artificial magnet

C) Both the above

D) None of these

• A) it can lift load

B) it is like a stone

C) it helps us to locate directions

D) All the above are correct

• A) bar magnets should be kept in pairs

B) bar magnets should be kept in pairs with their unlike poles on the same side

C) bar magnets should be kept in pairs with their unlike poles on the opposite sides

D) All the above are correct

• A) demagnetisation

B) magnetisation

C) dropping of magnet

D) None of these

• A) magnetisation

B) demagnetisation

C) method of demagnetisation of an iron needle

D) None of the above is correct

• A) By trying to attract another magnet

B) By trying to repel another magnet

C) By bringing another piece of iron near to it

D) By trying to attract small pieces of paper.

• A) To mix iron objects to trash

B) To melt iron objects from trash

C) To separate iron objects from trash

D) To repel magnetic substances

• A) A magnetic substance when brought near the north pole of a bar magnet gets attracted towards it

B) A magnetic substance when brought near the south pole of a bar magnet gets attracted towards it

C) A magnetic substance when brought near the middle of a bar magnet gets attracted towards it

D) All the above are correct

• A) A bar magnet loses its magnetic properties to a large extent if it is dropped from some height

B) A bar magnet that has been demagnetized can be again converted into a magnet

C) Both the above are correct

D) None of these are correct

• A) and (ii)

B) (i), (ii) and (iii)

C) (ii) and (iv)

D) (ii) only

• A) that pole of the magnet which points in north direction when the magnet is freely suspended

B) that pole of the magnet which is known as north seeking end when magnet is freely suspended

C) that pole of the magnet which is attracted towards the south pole of earth's magnet

D) All the above are correct

• A) is a device used by navigators to find the directions at a place

B) is a device that makes use of a magnetic needle to locate the directions at a place

C) Both the above are correct

D) None of these are correct

• A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

• A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

• A) at the middle of the magnet

B) at the ends of the magnet

C) all around the magnet

D) None of these

• A) Glass

B) Wood

C) China ware

D) Nickel

• A) Cobalt

B) Iron

C) Ebonite

D) Steel

• A) Magnetite

B) Ebonite

C) Cobalt

D) Nickel

• A) All things fall towards Earth's centre.

B) All compass needle lines up with it.

C) Winds blows from east to west.

D) Earth's oceans have current.

• A) It has North and South poles

B) It is hundreds of miles long.

C) It is made in Earth's core.

D) It is shaped like a horseshoe,

• A) geographical East

B) geographical North

C) geographical West

D) geographical South

• A) It must be heated

B) It has to be touching another magnet

C) It must be lined up with Earth's magnetic field

D) It must be connected to an electrical source

• A) to start fires

B) for compasses

C) for sculptures

• A) They can give a "shock" when you touch them.

B) They can push or pull objects they are not touching,

C) They are always black and cold to touch.

D) They fall faster than other objects when you drop them.

• A) bar magnet

B) cylindrical magnet

C) electromagnet

D) horseshoe magnet

• A) Electric bell

B) Ceiling fan

C) Electric motor

D) All of the above

•  Column-I Column-II A. Iron (p) Can be magnetised easily B. Magnetite (q) A magnetic material C. Aluminium (r) A light metal that is not a magnetic material D. Nickel (s) A natural magnet

A) $A\to (p);B\to (q);C\to (r);D\to (s)$

B) $A\to (s);B\to (r);C\to (q);D\to (p)$

C) $A\to (p);B\to (s);C\to (r);D\to (q)$

D) $A\to (r);B\to (q);C\to (p);D\to (s)$

•  Column - I Column - II A. Magnets (p) Occurs when a magnet is heated B. Horse shoe magnet (q) Should be kept in pairs with their opposite poles on the same side. C. Bar magnet (r) It is U-shaped D. Demagnetisation (s) Must always be kept away from mobiles, T.V., Music system, computers, etc.

A) $A\to (p);B\to (r);C\to (q);D\to (s)$

B) $A\to (s);B\to (q);C\to (r);D\to (p)$

C) $A\to (r);B\to (p);C\to (s);D\to (q)$

D) $A\to (s);B\to (r);C\to (q);D\to (p)$

• A) only

B) and (3)

C) (3) only

D) (1), (2) and (3)

• A) like poles repel each other

B) unlike poles attract each other

C) both (a) and (b)

D) None of these

• A) Bar magnets

B) Horse shoe magnets

C) Natural magnets

D) Electromagnets

• A) contains magnetic substance

B) does not contain any magnetic substance

C) Both the above are correct

D) None of the above is correct

• A) iron

B) cobalt

C) nickel

D) any magnetic substance

• A) attracted through out the length of bar magnet with the some force

B) attracted more near north pole and less near south pole

C) attracted more near south pole and less near north pole

D) attracted more near the poles and less near the middle portion

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

C) A is true but R is false.

D) A is false but R is true.

• A) Statement (1) and (3) are incorrect while statement (2) is correct.

B) Statement (1) and (2) are incorrect while (3) is correct.

C) All the statements are correct.

D) All the statements are incorrect.

• A)

B)

C)

D) Cannot say

• A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

• A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

• A) 1 and 2

B) 2 and 3

C) 3 and 4

D) 4 and 5

• A) It will show repulsion

B) It will show attraction

C) Nothing will happen

D) Can'(predict)

• A)

B)

C)

D)

• A) Pins get converted into artificial magnet in fig. (ii)

B) Pins gets demagnetised in fig. (i)

C) The iron nail becomes an artificial magnet in fig. (ii)

D) None of the above occurs

• A) (i)

B) (ii)

C) (iii)

D) (iv)

• A) as shown in fig. (i)

B) as shown in fig. (ii)

C) Both are correct

D) None of these is correct