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## Fun with Magnets Class 6 MCQs Questions with Answers

Choose the correct option in the following questions:

Fun With Magnets Class 6 MCQ Question 1.
Which is an example of a magnetic substance?
(a) Iron
(b) Nickel
(c) Cobalt
(d) All of these

Explanation:
All of these are attracted towards a magnet.

MCQ Questions For Class 6 Science Chapter 13 Question 2.
Magnets have a shape
(a) cylindrical
(b) ball ended
(c) horse shoe
(d) all of these

Explanation:
Magnets may be of various shapes including bar magnets.

Class 6 Science Chapter 13 MCQ Question 3.
When a bar magnet is brought near iron dust, most of the dust sticks
(a) near the middle
(b) equally everywhere
(c) near two ends
(d) at the middle and ends

Explanation:
Magnetic field intensity is maximum at the poles of a bar magnet.

Fun With Magnets Class 6 MCQ With Answers Question 4.
A freely suspended bar magnet rests in
(a) north-south directions
(b) east-west directions
(c) upside down
(d) any direction by chance

Explanation:
A bar magnet always rests in N-S directions when suspended freely.

Class 6 Fun With Magnets MCQ Question 5.
Attraction is seen between the poles of two bar magnets in the case of
(a) N-pole of one magnet with N-pole of other
(b) N-pole of one magnet with S-pole of other
(c) S-pole of one magnet with S-pole of other
(d) all of these cases will show attraction

Answer: (b) N-pole of one magnet with S-pole of other
Explanation:
Unlike poles attract and like poles repel each other.

Ncert Class 6 Science Chapter 13 MCQ Question 6.
Which is a natural magnet?
(a) Magnetite
(b) Haemetite
(c) Bakelite
(d) Copper

Explanation:
Magnetite is a natural magnet.

Fun With Magnets Class 6 Quiz Question 7.
Choose the wrong statement
(a) Heat can destroy magnetic properties of a magnet.
(b) Magnets are made up of different materials and different shapes.
(c) There is a maximum attraction in middle of a magnet.
(d) Magnetite does not show magnetic properties.

Answer: (d) Magnetite does not show magnetic properties.
Explanation:
Magnetite does not show magnetic properties.

MCQ On Fun With Magnets For Class 6 Question 8.
The magnetic properties of a magnet cannot be destroyed by
(a) hammering
(b) heating
(c) dropping on a hard surface
(d) boiling

Explanation:
Magnetic properties of a magnet cannot be destroyed by boiling, because magnetic properties are destroyed by hammering, dropping on hard surface and by heating.

Class 6 Science Fun With Magnets MCQ Question 9.
Which two ends of a magnet are called magnetic poles?
(a) North pole
(b) South pole
(c) North and south pole
(d) Self demagnetisation

Answer: (c) North and south pole
Explanation:
Magnetic poles (North pole and South pole)

MCQ Of Fun With Magnets Class 6 Question 10.
Magnets attract
(a) wood
(b) plastic
(c) paper
(d) iron

Explanation:
Iron is attracted by magnet.

Match the following items given in Column A with that in Column B:

 Column A Column B (a) Magnetite (i) Non-magnetic substances (b) Iron, nickel, cobalt (ii) Used to find out N-S directions (c) Leather, plastic, wax (iii) Attract each other (d) Lodestone (iv) Natural magnet (e) Compass (v) Repel each other (f) Like poles of two magnets (vi) Discovered magnet incidently (g) Opposite poles of two magnets (vii) Magnetic, substances (h) Magnus (viii) Name of first magnet

 Column A Column B (a) Magnetite (iv) Natural magnet (b) Iron, nickel, cobalt (vii) Magnetic substances (c) Leather, plastic, wax (i) Non-magnetic substances (d) Lodestone (viii) Name of first magnet (e) Compass (ii) Used to find out N-S directions (f) Like poles of two magnets (v) Repel each other (g) Opposite poles of two magnets (iii) Attract each other (h) Magnus (vi) Discovered magnet incidently

Fill in the blanks with appropriate words:

1. When north-pole of one magnet is brought near the …………….. of another magnet, they attract one another.

2. When the north-pole of one magnet is brought close to the …………… of another magnet, they repel each other.

3. Similar poles of two magnets …………………. one another.

4. A compass needle always points in a direction …………………….

5. Stickers with pieces of magnet inside them easily stick to ………………… surfaces like the doors of refrigerator.

6. Materials which get ……………….. towards magnet are known as magnetic.

7. The ……………………… of magnet where maximum iron filings get clung, ape known as ………………..

8. Magnetic effect can pass through …………………………

9. We should not drop the magnet, shouldn’t heat it, shouldn’t …………………. it.

10. The south pole of the earth’s magnet is near the geographical ………………… pole.

11. Magnetic poles always …………………….. in pairs.

12. Hammering destroys the ………………… of small magnets inside.

State whether the statements given below are True or False:

1. Lodestone is composed of oxides of iron.

2. North and south poles are found to exist separately.

3. Magnetite doesn’t show magnetic properties.

4. If we cut a bar magnet in two halves we will have two magnets.

5. Heat can destroy magnetic properties of a magnet.

6. Magnets are made up of different materials and in different shapes.

7. Compass needle is made of a magnet.