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A tumbler can never be made with a piece of ______.
We cannot make cooking vessels with ______.
What do we choose a material to make an object for the purpose of its use?
The shiny part of a freshly cut material is also called _______.
The materials having lustre after they have been cut are known as ______.
The metals which have been cut before a long time appear to be _____ due to the action of air and moisture on them.
The materials which can be compressed or scratched easily are known as ______ materials.
Which of these materials are difficult to compress?
The substances such as salt and sugar which dissolves completely in the water are called _______ substance.
The substances which do not dissolve or mix with water even after continuous stirring are known as ______ substances.
Chalk powder and saw-dust are an example of ______ substance.
Which among these is a soluble substance?
Which of these gases dissolve in water?
The materials through which we can see are called _____ materials.
Ther materials through which we cannot see are called ______.
Through which materials we can see but not clearly?
The materials can either float or ___in water.
The palm of our hand is an _____object.
Which among these is a transparent object?
The earthen pitcher is an example of _____ object.
Which of these is not a wooden object?
Which of these is not a plant?
Which among these is not a metal?
Which among these is not a soluble substance?
Which among these is not a property of materials?
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