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

Match the following. Property Example Breaks easily (Brittle) Metal pan Bends readily Rubber band Can be stretched easily Cotton wool Gets compressed easily Mud pot Gets heated readily Plastic wire - Science

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Match the following.

Property Example
Breaks easily (Brittle) Metal pan
Bends readily Rubber band
Can be stretched easily Cotton wool
Gets compressed easily Mud pot
Gets heated readily Plastic wire
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Solution

Property Example
Breaks easily (Brittle) Mud pot 
Bends readily Plastic wire
Can be stretched easily Rubber band
Gets compressed easily Cotton wool
Gets heated readily Metal pan
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Chapter 3: Matter around Us - Evaluation [Page 51]

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Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi Class 6th Science Term 1 Answers Guide
Chapter 3 Matter around Us
Evaluation | Q V. a) | Page 51

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