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NCERT 6th Class (CBSE) Science: Electricity and Circuits

Question: Draw a circuit diagram showing a bulb connected with a cell.

Answer:

Circuit diagram showing a bulb connected with a cell
Circuit diagram showing a bulb connected with a cell

Bulb connected with a cell
Bulb connected with a cell

Question: What is an electric circuit?

The classed path around which an electric current flows is known as electric circuit.

Question: Why is an electric cell needed in an electric circuit?

Answer: An electric cell is needed in an electric circuit to act as a source in the circuit.

Question: What is the function of the switch in an electric circuit?

Answer: The function of the switch in an electric circuit is to switch on and of the circuit as and when required.

Question: Differentiate between insulators and conductors. Give three examples of each. One of them being a liquid.

Answer: Conductors:

  1. The substance that conducts electricity and allows current to flow through.
  2. For Eg: Metals like copper and aluminium, sea water.

Insulators:

  1. The substance that does not bulb electric current to flow through.
  2. For Eg: Rubber, plastic, distilled water.

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