**Chhattisgarh State Class 6 Science Chapter 6 Solution**

Chhattisgarh State Board Class 6 Science Chapter 6 Measurement Exercise Multiple Choice, Fill in the Blanks, Questions and Answers here.

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1.) Measurement is a process to – c. Compare

2.) For a measure to be complete it should have a – c. Unit and numeric value

3.) The SI unit of length is – a. Metre

4.) The SI unit of temperature – a. Kelvin

5.) The temperature of a healthy human body is – d. 37 . 0 ° C

**(2)**

1.) One tonne has ( 1000 ) kilograms .

2.) One kilometre has ( 1000 ) metres .

3.) The clinical thermometer measures temperature between ( 35°C ) and ( 42°C ) .

4.) The goldsmith uses ( Physical ) balance .

5.) The length of the field is measured using ( Metre ) .

**(3)**

A B

Unit of length – Metre

Unit of mass – Kilogram

Unit of time – Second

Unit of temperature – Kelvin

Unit of volume – Cubic metre

**(4)**

**1.) What is a physical quantity? Give three examples.**

The physical property that can be measured , is called a physical quantity . For example – mass , length , temperature .

**2.) What are the two most important things to mention when writing the result of a measurement?**

The two most important things to mention when writing the result of a measurement are , one is numeric value and other one is unit .

**3.) ****Write the following lengths in descending orderkilometre, millimetre, metre, centimetre **

Lengths in descending order – kilometre , metre , centimetre , millimetre .

**4.) ****Place the following masses in ascending order**

**Quintal, tonne, milligram, kilogram, gram**

Masses in ascending order – milligram , gram , kilogram , quintal , tonne .

**5.) How is stop clock different from an ordinary clock?**

Stop clock is different from an ordinary clock because , Stop clock can be switched on or off as desired . These clock is normally used to measure time in a laboratory or in racing competitions . While in an ordinary clock , time keeps moving .

**6.) In India who has the responsibility to ensure the availability of the correct instruments for measurements?**

In India , The Government of India’s Department of Weights and Measures has the responsibility to ensure the availability of the correct instruments for measurements .

**7) ****How will you know whether the metre rod used by the cloth trader is correct or not?**

I will know whether the metre rod used by the cloth trader is correct or not , by finding the sign (<- ->) at the ends of the metre rod . If the sign is present then the metre rod is correct otherwise not correct .

**8.) How will you know whether the weights and balance used to measure weight is correct or not?**

I will know whether the weights and balance used to measure weight is correct or not , by finding the seal of the

Department of Weights and Measures at the central point of the beam balance and at the bottom of weight . If the seal is present then the balance and weights are correct otherwise not correct .

**10.) The smallest division of a measuring cylinder is 1.0 ml Water is poured in it such that the water level reaches the 35 mark. When we put a stone into the water now the level reaches the 56 mark. What is the volume of the stone?**

The smallest division of a measuring cylinder is 1.0 ml .

( 1.0 ml = 1 cm³ )

Water is poured in cylinder such that the water level reaches the 35 mark means 35 ml .

The volume of water is 35 cm³ .

After putting a stone into the water , now the level reaches the 56 mark means 56 ml .

Now the volume of water is 56 cm³ .

So , the volume of the stone is = ( 56 – 35 ) cm³ = 21 cm³ .

**11.) Each of the following shows a measure. Find out what is wrong with the way they ****are written and correct them.**

**1.) The pencil is 15 cm. long.**

**2.) The temperature of water is 300 k.**

**3.) The bag has 40 Kg rice.**

**4.) The volume of water in the drum is 100 l.**

**5.) Neeraj swims 100 m distance in 10 Sec**

(1) The length of the pencil is 15 cm .

(2) The water has a temperature of 300 K .

(3) The mass of the rice bag is 40 Kg .

(4) The volume of the drum of water is 100 l .

(5) Neeraj swims a distance of 100 m in 10 Sec .