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Class 4 Science MCQs Chapter 4


Updated: 02 Oct 2022

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Class 4 Science MCQs Chapter 4

Matter and its Characteristics

Chapter No. 4 Test # 1

1. Anything which occupies space and possesses mass is called________.
(a) Energy
(b) Matter
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Matter


2. Generally, matter occurs in _______states.
(a) Two
(b) Three
(c) Six
(d) Seven
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Three


3. Few things neither become smaller on pressing nor are their volume changes, such things called ________.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None
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Solids


4. Characteristics of solids
(a) Definite shapes
(b) Definite volume
(c) No definite shape
(d) Both a & b
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Both a & b


5. Water _______ its shape.
(a) Changes
(b) Does not change
(c) Definite
(d) None of these
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Changes


6. _______ gets the shape of that vessel in which it is poured.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Liquids


7. Characteristics of liquids
(a) Definite shapes
(b) Definite volume
(c) No definite shape
(d) Both b& c
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Both b& c


8. Air is the combination of various _______
(a)
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Gases


9. Gases are ________ to us.
(a) Visible
(b) Not visible
(c) Bad
(d) Good
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Not visible


10. Mostly we can feel the fragrance or odour of ________
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Gases


11. Fragrance of flower is the example of ________
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Gases


12. ________ have neither a fixed shape nor a definite volume.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Gases


13. The inflated balloon burst when placed in the sunshine due to ________
(a) Increase in K. E
(b) Decrease in K.E
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Increase in K. E


14. Quantity of matter in a body is called its_________.
(a) Mass
(b) Energy
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Mass


15. The mass of matter remains _________.
(a) Variable
(b) Constant
(c) Low
(d) High
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Constant


16. The S.I unit of mass is _______.
(a) Gram
(b) Milligram
(c) Kilogram
(d) None of these
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Kilogram


17. 1 kilogram=________
(a) 100 grams
(b) 1000 grams
(c) 10 grams
(d) 1 gram
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1000 grams


18. Space that an object occupies is called its ________.
(a) Mass
(b) Energy
(c) Gas
(d) Volume
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Volume


19. In solids, the particles are ________ attached with each other.
(a) Weakly
(b) Strongly
(c) Partially
(d) No
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Strongly


20. In solids, the particles have ________ force of attraction
(a) Weak
(b) Strong
(c) No force
(d) Minus
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Strong


21. The particles of _______ vibrate to and fro motion about their mean position.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Solids


22. Solids ________ be easily pressed.
(a) Can
(b) Cannot
(c) Never
(d) None of these
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Cannot


23. ________ maintain their definite shape and volume.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Solids


24. The particles of ________ are near each other.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Liquids


25. The force of attraction in liquids are ________ than in solids.
(a) Stronger
(b) Weaker
(c) Higher
(d) None of these
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Weaker


26. In ________ particles can move near or far from one another.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Liquids


27. When particles can move near or far from one another and thus ______ can flow.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Liquids


28. The particles in a ________ are much farther apart from one another.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Gases


29. The particles in a gas move fast because of ________ force of attraction.
(a) Stronger
(b) Weaker
(c) Higher
(d) None of these
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Weaker


30. The ________ particles can move freely in all directions.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Gases


31. ________ occupy all the available space.
(a) Solids
(b) Liquids
(c) Gases
(d) None of these
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Gases

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Chapter No. 4 Test # 2

32. The objects that allow heat to pass are called ________.
(a) Conductors
(b) Insulators
(c) Non – conductor
(d) None of these
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Conductors


33. _______ are conductors.
(a) Iron
(b) Copper
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Both a & b


34. The objects that do not allow heat to pass are called _______.
(a) Conductors
(b) Insulators
(c) Semi-conductor
(d) Both b & c
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Insulators


35. ________ are insulators.
(a) Wood
(b) Rubber
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Both a & b


36. The _______ is usually solids.
(a) Metal
(b) Non metals
(c) Mixture
(d) None of these
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Metal


37. All the metals are _______.
(a) Rough
(b) Shiny
(c) No color
(d) Yellow color
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Shiny


38. ________ is/are the example of hard and strong metals.
(a) Iron
(b) Copper
(c) Both a & b
(d) Silver
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Iron


39. ________ is/are the example of soft metals.
(a) Iron
(b) Copper
(c) Both a & b
(d) Steel
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Copper


40 Wires and foil sheets are made from _______ metals.
(a) Soft
(b) Hard
(c) Iron
(d) None of these
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Soft


41. ________ foil is used in beautification of sweets.
(a) Silver
(b) Iron
(c) Aluminum
(d) All of these
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Silver


42. ________ foil is used to cover cooked food and other things.
(a) Silver
(b) Iron
(c) Aluminum
(d) All of these
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Aluminum


43. Metals occur in _______.
(a) One color
(b) Various colors
(c) Yellow color
(d) Dark color
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Various colors


44. ________ is reddish.
(a) Copper
(b) Silver
(c) Light pink
(d) Light blue
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Copper


45. ________ is white.
(a) Copper
(b) Silver
(c) Light pink
(d) Light blue
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Silver


46. Tin and Nickle are _______ in color.
(a) Copper
(b) Silver
(c) Light pink
(d) Light blue
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Light pink


47. Zinc, Chromium and Aluminum are ________ in color.
(a) Copper
(b) Silver
(c) Light pink
(d) Light blue
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Light blue


48. Most of the metals are ________ in color.
(a) Grey
(b) Silver
(c) Light pink
(d) Light blue
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Grey

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Chapter No. 4 Test # 3

49. The floating and sinking of object depends on their _____.
(a) Mass
(b) Density
(c) Kinetic energy
(d) Potential energy
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Density


50. The objects having less density than the density of water ____on/in water.
(a) Sink
(b) Float
(c) Dive
(d) None of these
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Float


51. The object having more density than the density of water ___on/in water.
(a) Sink
(b) Float
(c) Dive
(d) None of these
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Sink


52. The mass present in definite volume is called its______.
(a) Mass
(b) Density
(c) Kinetic energy
(d) Potential energy
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Density


53. The metals usually have _______ density.
(a) Less
(b) More
(c) Equal
(d) No
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More



(a) Mass
(b) Density
(c) Kinetic energy
(d) Potential energy
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Density


55. Two objects having equal volume but different mass, then which one has high density.
(a) High mass
(b) Low mass
(c) Equal mass
(d) None of these
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High mass


56. On the basis of density, metals are called ________________
(a) Heavy metals
(b) Light metals
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Both a & b


57. Zinc, mercury, chromium are the examples of _______ metals.
(a) Heavy metals
(b) Light metals
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Heavy metals


58. Magnesium, aluminum and titanium are the examples of _______ metals.
(a) Heavy metals
(b) Light metals
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Light metals


59. Some metals have magnetic properties and attracted by a _______.
(a) Heavy metals
(b) Light metals
(c) Magnet
(d) None of these
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Magnet


60 Metals that allow electricity are _______ conductors of electricity.
(a) Good
(b) Bad
(c) No
(d) Less
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Good


61. Metals that allow heat are _______ conductors of heat.
(a) Good
(b) Bad
(c) No
(d) Less
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Good


62. Electric wires can make from which of the following metals.
(a) Copper
(b) Aluminum
(c) Silver
(d) All of these
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All of these


63. The metals which are good conductors of electricity are used to make
(a) Furniture
(b) Glass
(c) electric wires
(d) Bulb
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electric wires


64. The metals which are ______conductors of heat are used to make cooking utensils.
(a) Good
(b) Bad
(c) No
(d) Zero
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Good


65. The_______ are used to make cooking utensils.
(a) Metals
(b) Non metals
(c) Wood
(d) Glass
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Metals


66. Matter consists of _______ particles.
(a) Large
(b) Tiny
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these
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Tiny


67. Which one of these has the most volume?
(a) Book
(b) Pencil
(c) Eraser
(d) Cricket bat
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Book


68. Which of these groups is the correct example of the three states of matter?
(a) Snow, rain, cloud
(b) Dew, Rain, Water vapors
(c) Snow, Cloud, Steam
(d) Rain, Water vapors, cloud
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Snow, rain, cloud


69. Put two spoons made of steel and wood in a cup of hot water. After few minutes the steel spoon become hot whereas, the wooden spoon does not become hot, what does it show?
(a) The steel became hot soon in the presence of wood
(b) Metal is a better conductor of heat than wood
(c)Wood is better conductor of heat than metal
(d) Metal heats the water quickly than wood.
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Metal is a better conductor of heat than wood


70. Water, ice and steam all have different temperature. What is the order from coldest to hottest?
(a) Steam, Ice, Water
(b) Ice, Steam, Water
(c) Steam, Water, Ice
(d) Ice, water, steam
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Ice, water, steam

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