# MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 14 Electric Current and Its Effects with answer

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## MCQ Questions for Class 7 Science Chapter 14 Electric Current and Its Effects with answer pdf

Q1. Electromagnet loses its magnetic property when

(a) Current is very high
(b) Current is switched OFF
(c) Heat is increased
(d) Current is switched ON

Answer: (b) Current is switched OFF

Q2. Which of the devices use a battery?

(a) Torch
(b) Transistor
(c) TV remote control
(d) All of these

Q3. In making a battery

(a) positive terminal of one cell is connected to the negative terminal of the next cell
(b) positive terminal of one cell is connected to the positive terminal of the next cell
(c) negative terminal of one cell is connected to the negative terminal of the next cell
(d) none of the above

Answer: (a) positive terminal of one cell is connected to the negative terminal of the next cell

Q4. Bulbs, wires, cells and switches are known as the of a circuit.

(a) element
(b) switch
(c) filament
(d) none of these

Q5. A __ is used in torches.

(a) Generator
(b) Fuse
(c) Secondary cell
(d) Dry cell

Q6. Arrangement of cells in a device is

(a) side by side
(b) one after the other
(c) (a) or (b)
(d) none of these

Q7. Where can the key or switch be placed in the circuit?

(a) Left side of the battery
(b) Right side of the battery
(c) Can be placed anywhere in the circuit
(d) Near the positive terminal of the bulb

Answer: (c) Can be placed anywhere in the circuit

Q8. An element measure the flowing an electric current is:

(a) voltmeter
(b) filament
(c) circuit
(d) ammeter

Q9. Electromagnet is used in

(a) Battery
(b) Dry cell
(c) Electric bell
(d) Fuse

Q10. In an electric circuit, the bulb glows only when the switch is in the

(a) ‘ON’ position
(b) ‘OFF’ position
(c) (a) or (b)
(d) none of these

Q11. Which one of the following is based on the heating effect of current?

(a) Geyser
(b) Hair dryer
(c) Immersion rod
(d) All of these

Q12. An element measure the potential difference between two points in an electric circuit is:

(a) voltmeter
(b) filament
(c) circuit
(d) ammeter

Q13. A device which prevents or allows the current to flow through it

(a) Motor
(b) Terminal
(c) Conductor
(d) Switch

Q14. When the switch is in the ‘ON’ position, the electric circuit is said to be

(a) closed
(b) open
(c) complete
(d) both (a) and (c)

Answer: (d) both (a) and (c)

Q15. The coil of wire contained in an electric heater is known as

(a) component
(b) element
(c) circuit
(d) spring

Q16. Electric current has energy called:

(a) voltmeter
(b) filament
(c) electrical energy
(d) none of these

Q17. The metal which is poor conductor of electricity is

(a) Gold
(b) Iron
(c) Aluminium
(d) Mercury

Q18. Which of the following precaution need not be taken while using electric appliances?

(a) Never touch lighted electric bulb connected to mains.
(b) Never experiment with the electric supply from mains.
(c) Never use any wire to replace fuse wire.
(d) Never turn switch in ‘ON’ position.

Answer: (d) Never turn switch in ‘ON’ position.

Q19. The amount of heat produced in a wire depends on

(a) material
(b) length
(c) thickness
(d) all of these