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Ncert exemplar Solutions Class 6 Science Body Movement
Welcome to NCTB Solutions. Here with this post we are going to help 6th class students for the Solutions of NCERT Exemplar Class 6 Science Book, Chapter 8, Body Movement. Here students can easily find step by step solutions of all the problems for Body Movement, Also here our Science teacher’s are solved all the questions with easily understandable language with proper guidance so that all the students can understand easily.
Body Movement all Questions Solution :
Multiple Choice Questions :
Question no – (1)
Which of the following parts of our body help us in movement?
The correct answer is option – (a) (i) and (iii)
Bones and Muscles are help us in movement.
Question no – (2)
Which of the following joints is immovable?
The correct option is – (c)
Upper jaw and skull joints is immovable.
Question no – (3)
Which of the following organisms does not have both muscles and skeleton for movement?
Option (c) is the correct answer.
Earthworm does not have both muscles and skeleton for movement.
Question no – (4)
Underwater divers wear fin-like flippers on their feet to
The correct answer is alternative – (a)
Underwater divers wear fin-like flippers on their feet to swim easily in water.
Question no – (5)
Snail moves with the help of its
The correct option is – (c)
Snail moves with the help of its muscular foot.
Question no – (6)
How many muscles work together to move a bone?
The correct answer is option – (b)
Two muscles work together to move a bone.
Very Short Answer Questions :
Question no – (7)
The hinge joints in our finger helps us to grasp a badminton racquet.
Question no – (8)
If our backbone was made up of one single bone then we would be unable to twist or bend our upper body like a curve.
Question no – (9)
(1) Ball and Socket Joints are allows movement in all directions.
(2) Bones forms the skeleton.
(3) Head is the body part with a fixed joint.
(4) Muscles help in the movement of body by contraction and relaxation.
(5) The name of the bone is Ribs.
(6) Skeleton gives shape to our body.
(7) Pelvic Bones are enclose the organs of our body that lie below the abdomen.
(8) The name of the join is Pivot joint.
(9) The name of the part is Cartilage.
Question no – (10)
(a) A cricket bowler bowls the ball.
= Ball and Socket Joint.
(b) A girl moves her head in right and left direction.
= Pivot Joint.
(c) A person lifts weights to build up his biceps.
= Hinge joints.
Short Answer Questions :
Question no – (11)
(a) → (iii) Legs.
(b) → (v) Limbs.
(c) → (iv) Whole body.
(d) → (ii) Wings.
(e) → (i) Fins.
Question no – (12)
(a) Duck → swimming or walking.
(b) Horse → running or walking.
(c) Kangaroo → jumping.
(d) Snail → slithering.
(e) Snake → slithering.
(f) Fish → swimming.
(g) Human Beings → walking, running.
(h) Cockroach → crawling, flying.
Question no – (13)
The fracture was detected through an x-ray scan.
Question no – (14)
Even though our knee, ankle are hard structures but we are still able to move them because our bones meet at a place to form a joint. The joint along with the muscles help them to move.
Question no – (15)
(a) If our elbow had a fixed joint then we would be unable to bend our elbow but our arm will still move.
(b) If our head and neck were joined by ball and socket joint then we would be able to move our head in all the direction just like our arms.
Question no – (16)
Earthworms are known as farmer’s friend because when they move they burrow the soil and make it more porous for water and minerals. Their waste also makes the soil fertile for farming.
Long Answer Questions :
Question no – (17)
(i) neosb → Bones.
(ii) tnemevom → Movement.
(iii) iontcaronct → Contraction.
(iv) lsecsum → Muscles.
(v) arctigeal → Cartilage.
(vi) epahs → Shape.
(vii) sangro inerlan → Internal Organs.
(viii) laxaeriont → Relaxation.
Question no – (18)
Bones and Cartilage form the skeleton of the human body. They provide the framework, give Shape to the body and help in Movement. They protect the Internal Organs. The bones are moved by alternate Contraction and Relaxation of two sets of Muscles attached to them
Question no – (19)
The skeleton of a bird is well suited for flying because the bones of a bird are light and hollow, their bones of the forelimbs are modified as wings, their shoulder bones are strong and their breasts bones are modified to hold flight muscles which let them move up and down.
Question no – (20)
The snake A will move faster because the more loops a snake has while moving the more thrust it will have and thus it will move much faster.
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