NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials

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NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 1

In the Venn diagram below, where would you place a mirror?

 

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      NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 2

      Ram set up the experiment as shown in diagram 1 below. When he poured some water into the funnel, only some water flowed into the flask while the rest of the water remained in the funnel.

      Mohan then set up a similar experiment as shown in diagram 2. When he poured water into the funnel, all the water flowed into the flask as shown below.

      Why was the result different in both the experiments?

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      1  Mohan poured the water quickly 
      2 Mohan fixed the stopper loosely 
      3 Ram used hot water 
      4 Ram did the experiment on a cold day 

          NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 3

          Select a material from the table below which would be best material to make the windscreen of a car.
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            NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 4

            Mohan used an iron nail to make scratches on Material X and Material Y as shown below. 
            Based on the scratch marks on the two materials, which of the following is true about the materials X and Y ?      
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            Material X is harder than Material Y.
            Material X is stronger than Material Y.
            Material Y is stronger than Material X.
            Material Y is more flexible than Material X.

              NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 5

              Mahika classified 6 objects into two groups using the classification chart below .

              Which of the following OPTIONS from the table could be the most suitable headings for groups P and Q ?

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                NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 6

                Study the flow chart carefully and choose the material which you think would be suitable for making a shower cap.
                 
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                  NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 7

                  Study the classification table.
                  Which one of the following has been classified wrongly ?

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                    NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 8

                    Sheela used a 30 ml syringe to draw out 30 ml air from a football which can hold 300 ml of air.

                    Which of the following shows the expected volume of air in the football?

                    ic: NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 8

                    30 ml 230 ml
                    270 ml 300 ml 

                      NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 9

                      Radha draws 20 ml of air using a 50 ml syringe from a football. What would be the expected amount of air in the syringe?

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                        NSO Class 3 Sample paper on Matter and Materials - Question 10

                        Study the flow chart below. What are the possible identities of A and B ?

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                        A: Book
                        B: Oxygen
                        A: Rubber ball
                        B: Argon
                         A: Pencil
                        B: Heat
                        A: Shadow
                        B : Light

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