Olympiad Test: Electricity And Circuits - 2


10 Questions MCQ Test Science Olympiad Class 6 | Olympiad Test: Electricity And Circuits - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Direction: To determine whether an object is a conductor or an insulator, you can build a simple circuit with a battery, light bulb, and three pieces of wire.

Q. Touch the free ends of the wire to the object you are testing. If the light bulb lights up, the object is a___________ . If it does not, then the object is an_______________ .

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QUESTION: 2

Which part of the bulb is an insulator?

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QUESTION: 3

The instrument that can measure current is called a/an:

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QUESTION: 4

The path of electricity is called:

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QUESTION: 5

Sanchit’s mother warned him to avoid contact with electrical appliances or even electrical outlets when his hands are wet. Because wet hands cause .

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QUESTION: 6

Identify the A and B from the following diagram:

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QUESTION: 7

This wire is the filament of the bulb which becomes red hot and glows when the current is switched on. It is made of a metal called .

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QUESTION: 8

Combination of two or more cells is called a .

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QUESTION: 9

The following diagram shows identical lamps X and Y connected in series with a battery. The lamps light with normal brightness. A third lamp Z is connected in parallel lamp X.

Q. What happens to the brightness of lamp Y?

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QUESTION: 10

If we touch a naked current-carrying wire, we get a shock. This is because our body is a:

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