# Class 6 Science MCQ Chapter 10 Motion and Measurement of Distance

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## Class 6 Science MCQ Chapter 10 Motion and Measurement of Distance

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### Motion and Measurement of Distance

Chapter – 10

1. The objects which do not change their position with time are called?

(a) Rest.

(b) Motion.

(c) Transparent.

(d) Measure.

Ans: (a) Rest.

2. The objects which change their position with time are said to be in?

(a) Rest.

(b) Motion.

(c) Measurement.

(d) Transport.

Ans: (b) Motion.

3. Motion in a straight line is called?

(a) Periodic motion.

(b) Unit of motion.

(c) Rectilinear motion.

(d) Motion.

Ans: (c) Rectilinear motion.

4. Motion that repeats itself after some period of time, is called?

(a) Rectilinear motion.

(b) Periodic Motion.

(c) Circular motion.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) Periodic Motion.

5. You may have observed the motion of a vehicle on a straight road, march-past of soldiers in a parade, what kind of motion is this?

(a) Circular motion.

(b) Periodic motion.

(c) Rectilinear motion.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (c) Rectilinear motion.

6. The unit that could be used everywhere as a basic unit of measurement is called?

(a) Motion.

(b) Measurement.

(c) Pendulum.

(d) Standard unit.

Ans: (d) Standard unit.

7. A movement of an object while rotating along a circular path, is called?

(a) Periodic Motion.

(b) Pendulum.

(c) Circular motion.

(d) Motion.

Ans: (c) Circular motion.

8. One meter in cm?

(a) 100cm.

(b) 1000cm.

(c) 200cm.

(d) 50cm.

Ans: (a) 100cm.

9. 1 kilometer in a meter?

(a) 100 meters.

(b) 200 meters.

(c) 1000 meters.

(d) 2000 meters.

Ans: (c) 1000 meters.

10. 6 kilometers in a meter?

(a) 600 meters.

(b) 500 meters.

(c) 60 meters.

(d) 6000 meters.

Ans: (d) 6000 meters.

11. Meter is the unit of length in?

(a) SI unit.

(b) Unit of measurement.

(c) Motion.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (a) SI unit.

12. Motion in a straight line is called?

(a) Periodic Motion.

(b) Rectilinear motion.

(c) Circular motion.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) Rectilinear motion.

13. Motion of a child on swing is?

(a) Motion.

(b) Circular motion.

(c) Periodic motion.

(d) Rectilinear motion.

Ans: (c) Periodic motion.

14. The total movement of an object without any regard to direction is called?

(a) Motion.

(b) Measurement.

(c) Standard.

(d) Distance.

Ans: (d) Distance.

15. Full form of SI unit is?

(a) System of Internet unit.

(b) International System of Unit.

(c) System of Unit.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) International System of Unit.

16. In 1790, the French created a standard unit of measurement called the?

(a) Metric system.

(b) International system.

(c) System of Unit.

(d) SI unit.

Ans: (a) Metric system.

17. Motorized boats and ships were used as means of?

(b) Transport on water.

(c) Transport on air.

(d) No one of these.

Ans: (b) Transport on water.

18. What is 3 km equal to in meters?

(a) 300 meters.

(b) 3000 meters.

(c) 3.100 Meters.

(d) 100 meters.

Ans: (b) 3000 meters.

19. The height of a person is 4.7 m. Express it into c.m -?

(a) 447 cm.

(b) 440 cm.

(c) 444 cm.

(d) 470 cm.

Ans: (d) 470cm.

20. One example of a periodic motion is?

(a) Swinging pendulum.

(d) Motion of wheel of a bicycle.

(c) Motion in a straight line.

(d) No one of.

Ans: (a) Swinging pendulum.

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