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Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board chapter 3 - Matter around Us [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: Matter around Us

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Evaluation [Page 50]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 50]

Choose the correct answer.

Evaluation | Q I. 1. | Page 50

______ is not made of matter.

  • Gold ring

  • Iron nail

  • Light ray

  • Oil drop

Evaluation | Q I. 2. | Page 50

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

  • 400 ml

  • 600 ml

  • 200 ml

  • 800 ml

Evaluation | Q I. 3. | Page 50

Seeds from water-melon can be removed by ______

  • hand-picking

  • filtration

  • magnetic separation

  • decantation

Evaluation | Q I. 4. | Page 50

Lighter impurities like dust when mixed with rice or pulses can be removed by ______.

  • filtration

  • sedimentation

  • decantation

  • winnowing

Evaluation | Q I. 5. | Page 50

______ is essential to perform winnowing activity.

  • Rain

  • Soil

  • Water

  • Air

Evaluation | Q I. 6. | Page 50

Filtration method is effective in separating ______ mixture.

  • solid-solid

  • solid-liquid

  • liquid-liquid

  • liquid-gas

Evaluation | Q I. 7. | Page 50

Among the following ______ is not a mixture.

  • coffee with milk

  • lemon juice

  • water

  • ice cream embedded with nuts

Evaluation [Pages 50 - 51]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Pages 50 - 51]

Fill in the blanks.

Evaluation | Q II. 1. | Page 50

Matter is made up of ______.

Evaluation | Q II. 2. | Page 50

In solids, the space between the particles is less than in ______.

Evaluation | Q II. 3. | Page 51

Grains can be separated from their stalks by ______.

Evaluation | Q II. 4. | Page 51

Chillies are removed from ‘Upma’ by ______ method.

Evaluation | Q II. 5. | Page 51

The method employed to separate clay particles from water is ______.

Evaluation | Q II. 6. | Page 51

Water obtained from tube wells is usually ______ water.

Evaluation | Q II. 7. | Page 51

Which among the following ______ will get attracted to by magnet?

  • safety pins

  • pencil

  • rubber band

Evaluation [Page 51]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 51]

State True or False. If false, correct the statement.

Evaluation | Q III. 1. | Page 51

Air is not compressible.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q III. 2. | Page 51

Liquids have no fixed volume but have fixed shape.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q III. 3. | Page 51

Particles in solids are free to move.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q III. 4. | Page 51

When pulses are washed with water before cooking, water is separated from them by filtration.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q III. 5. | Page 51

Strainer is a kind of sieve which is used to separate a liquid from solid.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q III. 6. | Page 51

Grain and husk can be separated by winnowing.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q III. 7. | Page 51

Air is a pure substance.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation | Q III. 8. | Page 51

Butter from curd is separated by sedimentation.

  • True

  • False

Evaluation [Page 51]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 51]

Evaluation | Q IV. 1. | Page 51

Complete the given analogy.

Solid: Rigidity:: Gas: ______

Evaluation | Q IV. 2. | Page 51

Complete the given analogy.

Large Inter-particle space: Gas:: ______ :solid.

Evaluation | Q IV. 3. | Page 51

Complete the given analogy.

Solid: Definite shape:: ______: Shape of the vessel.

Evaluation | Q IV. 4. | Page 51

Complete the given analogy.

Husk-Grains : Winnowing :: SawdustChalk piece : ______

Evaluation | Q IV. 5. | Page 51

Complete the given analogy.

Murukku from hot oil: ______:: Coffee powder residue from decoction: ______

Evaluation | Q IV. 6. | Page 51

Complete the given analogy.

Iron – sulphur mixture : ______:: Mustard seeds from Urad-dhal: Rolling

Evaluation [Page 51]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 51]

Evaluation | Q V. a) | Page 51

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
Evaluation | Q V. b) | Page 51

Match the following.

Srl. no. A B C
i Separation of visible undesirable components Water mixed with chalk powder Magnetic Separation
ii Separation of heavier and lighter components Sand and water Decantation
iii Separation of insoluble impurities Iron impurities Filtration
iv Separation of magnetic components from non-magnetic components Rice and stone Hand-picking
v Separation of solids from liquids Husk and paddy Winnowing
Evaluation [Page 52]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 52]

Answer very briefly.

Evaluation | Q VI. 1. | Page 52

Define the term matter.

Evaluation | Q VI. 2. | Page 52

How can husk or fine dust particles be separated from rice before cooking?

Evaluation | Q VI. 3. | Page 52

Why do we separate mixtures?

Evaluation | Q VI. 4. | Page 52

Give an example for mixture and justify your answer with reason.

Evaluation | Q VI. 5. | Page 52

Define - Sedimentation.

Evaluation | Q VI. 6. | Page 52

Give the main difference between a pure substance and an impure substance.

Evaluation [Page 52]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 52]

Answer briefly.

Evaluation | Q VII. 1. | Page 52

A rubber ball changes its shape on pressing. Can it be called a solid?

Evaluation | Q VII. 2. | Page 52

Why do gases not have fixed shape?

Evaluation | Q VII. 3. | Page 52

What method will you employ to separate cheese (paneer) from milk? Explain.

Evaluation | Q VII. 4. | Page 52

Look at the picture given below and explain the method of separation illustrated.

Evaluation | Q VII. 5. | Page 52

How can you separate a large quantity of tiny bits of paper mixed with pulses/dal?

Evaluation | Q VII. 6. | Page 52

What is meant by food adulteration?

Evaluation | Q VII. 7. | Page 52

Mr. Raghu returns home on a hot summer day and wants to have buttermilk. Mrs. Raghu has the only curd. What can she do to get buttermilk? Explain

Evaluation [Pages 52 - 53]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Pages 52 - 53]

Higher Order Thinking Questions.

Evaluation | Q VIII. 1. | Page 52

Distinguish the properties of solid, liquid, and gas. Draw a suitable diagram.

Evaluation | Q VIII. 2. | Page 52

Using suitable apparatus from your laboratory separate the mixture of chalk powder, mustard oil, water, and coins. Draw a flow chart to show the separation process.

Evaluation | Q VIII. 3. | Page 52

Justify your answer.

Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3

The arrangement of particles in three different phases of matter is shown above.

  1. Which state is represented by Fig. 1?
  2. In which state will the inter-particle attraction be maximum?
  3. Which one of them cannot be contained in an open vessel?
  4. Which one can take the shape of its container?
Evaluation | Q VIII. 4. | Page 53

Malar’s mother was preparing to cook dinner. She accidentally mixed ground nuts with urad-dhal. Suggest a suitable method to separate the two substances so that Malar can have ground nuts to eat.

Evaluation | Q VIII. 5. | Page 53

In a glass containing some water, tamarind juice and sugar are added and stirred well. Is this a mixture? Can you tell why? Will this solution be sweet or sour or both sweet and sour?

Evaluation [Page 53]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 53]

Evaluation | Q IX. | Page 53

Life Skills - Debate

Debate on 'Food adulteration and detection'

Evaluation [Page 53]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 53]

Field Trip

Evaluation | Q X. | Page 53

Visit a nearby paddy field and rice mill and note down the different separating techniques used there. Is technology replacing some traditional practices?

Evaluation [Page 53]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 53]

Sequence Type

Evaluation | Q XI. | Page 53

Write the sequence of steps you would use for making tea. (Use the words: mixture, dissolve, filtrate and residue).

Evaluation [Page 53]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Matter around Us Evaluation [Page 53]

Topic enrichment – Project

Evaluation | Q XII. 1. | Page 53

Make a fruit or vegetable salad. Give reasons why you think it is a mixture.

Evaluation | Q XII. 2. | Page 53

Connect with sports Air is not a pure substance. It helps us in many ways from breathing to playing. Balloon sports are a very popular sport. Hot air is lighter than cool air. So, the balloons filled with hot air rise up. Find out more about hot air balloons.

Chapter 3: Matter around Us

Evaluation
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Concepts covered in Science Term 1 - Class 6th Tamil Nadu State Board chapter 3 Matter around Us are Threshing Method, Elements, Matter, Characteristics of Particles (Molecules) of Matter, Compound, States of Matter, Winnowing Method, The Solid State, The Liquid State, The Gaseous State, Mixture, Filtration Method, Types of Matter, Separation of Mixtures, Sieving Method, Pure Substances, Impure Substance, Churning Method, Methods of Separation, Handpicking Method, Magnetic Separation Method, Sedimentation Method, Decantation Method, Food Adulteration.

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