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Class 5 Science Question Answers - Solids, Liquids and Gases

Q1: What is anything that occupies space and has mass called?
Ans: Matter


Q2: How many states of matter are there?
Ans: 
Three (solids, liquids, gases)


Q3: What are tiny particles that make up matter called?
Ans:
Molecules


Q4: What is the smallest unit of matter that cannot be divided further?
Ans:
Atoms


Q5: What do atoms of the same kind combine to form?
Ans:
Elements


Q6: What do atoms of different kinds combine to form?
Ans:
Compounds


Q7: Give an example of a compound.
Ans:
Water


Q8: In which state of matter are molecules tightly packed?
Ans: 
Solids


Q9: Which state of matter has definite shape and volume?
Ans: 
Solids


Q10: In which state of matter can molecules move freely?
Ans: 
Gases


Q11: What is a mixture formed when a solute dissolves in a solvent called?
Ans:
Solution


Q12: What are some substances that dissolve in water called?
Ans: 
Soluble substances


Q13: Give an example of an insoluble substance.
Ans: 
Sand


Q14: What happens to the solubility of sugar in water when the water is heated?
Ans:
It increases


Q15: What is the process of changing a solid into a liquid on heating called?
Ans:
Melting

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1. What are the three states of matter?
Ans. Solids, liquids, and gases are the three states of matter.
2. What are some examples of solids?
Ans. Examples of solids include wood, metal, and stone.
3. How do solids differ from liquids?
Ans. Solids have a fixed shape and volume, while liquids take the shape of their containers and have a fixed volume.
4. What are some properties of gases?
Ans. Gases have no fixed shape or volume, and they can be compressed and expand to fill their containers.
5. How does matter change from one state to another?
Ans. Matter can change from one state to another through processes such as melting, freezing, evaporation, and condensation.
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