CBSE Class 6 Physics Syllabus

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Here is a list of units in class 6 Physics which can be found in the science textbook from chapters 10 to 13:

  • Motion and Measurements of Distances
  • Light, Shadows and Reflection
  • Electricity and circuits
  • Fun and magnets

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CHAPTER 10:Motion and Measurement of Distances

10.1 Story Of Transport

10.2 How Wide Is This Desk?

10.3 Some Measurements

10.4 Standard Units Of Measurements

10.5 Correct Measurement Of Length

10.6 Measuring The Length Of a Curved Line

10.7 Moving Things Around Us

10.8 Types Of Motion

CHAPTER 11:Light, Shadows and Reflections

11.1 Transparent, Opaque and Translucent Objects

11.2 What Exactly are Shadows?

11.3 A Pinhole Camera

11.4 Mirrors and Reflections

CHAPTER 12:Electricity and Circuits

12.1 Electric Cell

12.2 A Bulb Connected To An Electric Cell

12.3 An Electric Circuit

12.4 Electric Switch

12.5 Electric Conductors and Insulators

CHAPTER 13:Fun With Magnets

13.1 Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Materials

13.2 Poles Of Magnet

13.3 Finding Directions

13.4 Make your own Magnet

13.5 Attraction and Repulsion Between Magnets

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We know centre of mass of a body can lie outside of the body, like in case of a ring. Now let’s take a semicircular ring whose centre is at 0,0. Find the coordinate of it's center of mass.