Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary EducationSSLC (English Medium) (5 to 8) Class 6

200 ml of water is poured into a bowl of 400 ml capacity. The volume of water will be ______. - Science

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200 ml of water is poured into a bowl of 400 ml capacity. The volume of water will be ______.

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  • 800 ml

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200 ml of water is poured into a bowl of 400 ml capacity. The volume of water will be 200 ml.

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Chapter 3: Matter around Us - Evaluation [Page 50]

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Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi Class 6th Science Term 1 Answers Guide
Chapter 3 Matter around Us
Evaluation | Q I. 2. | Page 50

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