Q. 173.7( 6 Votes )
Conversion of ice into water and water into ice is an example of change which can be reversed. Give four more examples where you can say four more examples where you can say that the changes can be reversed.
Four examples of changes which can be reversed are:
1. Blowing of a balloon, which comes back to its original form when the air escapes out.
2. Rolling of the ball from a dough, which is a change only in the shape of the dough
3. Making a paper boat, by folding the paper. This can be reversed by opening up the folded paper.
4. Melting of ice cream in a hot room, which can be reversed by keeping it in the refrigerator.
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