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Quiz

1. An element is formed with such atoms which have same ?

(1) Atomic weight
(2) Number of neutrons
(3) Number of protons
(4) Number of nucleons

2. Which planet is nearest to the earth ?

(1) Jupiter
(2) Venus
(3) Mars
(4) Mercury

3. Which among the following rays have no charge ?

(1) X-rays
(2) Beta rays
(3) Alpha rays
(4) Cathode rays

4. Hooke's law is related with which among the following ?

(1) Elasticity
(2) Fluid pressure
(3) Radioactivity
(4) None of these

5. The I.C. chip used in a computer is made up of ?

(1) Chromium
(2) Lead
(3) Gold
(4) Silicon

6. The headquarter of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is in ?

(1) Moscow
(2) Vienna
(3) Tokyo
(4) Paris

7. Anemometer measures ?

(1) Depth of sea
(2) Humidity of air
(3) Height above sea level
(4) Speed of air

8. How many times will be the gravitational acceleration on moon to that on earth ?

(1) 1/6 Times
(2) 6 Times
(3) 1/10 Times
(4) 10 Times

9. Quantum theory explains which among the following ?

(1) Diffraction
(2) Photo electric effect
(3) Polarisation
(4) Interference

10. 'Newton second' is the unit of which among the following ?

(1) Power
(2) Energy
(3) Force
(4) Momentum

11. Which of the following hormones is released in excess quantity during excitement ?

(1) Adrenaline
(2) Serotonin
(3) Oestrogen
(4) Cortisone

12. Colour blindness in which all colours appear grey is ?

(1) Dichromatism
(2) Deuteronopia
(3) Monochromatism
(4) All of the above

13. Bhopal gas tragedy is associated with leakage of ?

(1) Carbon dioxide
(2) Sulphur dioxide
(3) Nitrogen dioxide
(4) Methyl isocyanate

14. A respiratory pigment is absent in ?

(1) Earthworm
(2) Cockroach
(3) Rabbit
(4) Frog

15. The acid rain destroys vegetations because it contains ?

(1) Sulphuric acid
(2) Ozone
(3) Carbon monoxide
(4) Nitric acid

16. Down's syndrome is caused by the presence of extrachromo some number ?

(1) 21
(2) X
(3) 22
(4) Y

17. The largest irrigated area in India is occupied by ?

(1) Wheat
(2) Sugarcane
(3) Cotton
(4) Rice

18. Toxicology is related to the study of ?

(1) Poisons
(2) Diseases
(3) Bacteria
(4) Viruses

19. Edible part of onion is ?

(1) Corm
(2) Rhizome
(3) Bulb
(4) Stem cutting

20. Which of the following is considered a cash crop in India ?

(1) Gram
(2) Maize
(3) Onion
(4) Wheat

21. What is the molecular weight of heavy water ?

(1) 16
(2) 18
(3) 20
(4) 22

22. The depth of a pond appears to be less because of ?

(1) Diffraction
(2) Refraction
(3) Reflection
(4) None of these

23. Which among the following possesses the characteristics of light ?

(1) Alpha rays
(2) Cathode rays
(3) X-rays
(4) None of these

24. Thalassaemia is a hereditary diseases which affects ?

(1) Blood
(2) Heart
(3) Lungs
(4) Kidney

25. Aspirin is__ ?

(1) Phenyl salicylate
(2) Acetyl salicylic acid
(3) Methyl salicylate
(4) Methoxy benzoic acid

26. The best conductor of heat among liquid is ?

(1) Alcohol
(2) Ether
(3) Mercury
(4) Water

27. A person climbing a hill bends forward in order to ?

(1) Increase stability
(2) Increased speed
(3) Avoid slipping
(4) Reduce fatigue

28. The universal law of gravitation was propounded by ?

(1) Newton
(2) Copernicus
(3) Galileo
(4) Kepler

29. The hygrometer is an instrument to measure ?

(1) The purity of milk
(2) Relative humidity
(3) Atmospheric pressure
(4) the relative density of liquids

30. What are primary colours ?

(1) Colours found in nature
(2) Colorus of the rainbow
(3) Colours in the spectrum of white light
(4) Colours which cannot be produced by mixing other colours

31. Which of the following diseases spreads through air ?

(1) Cholera
(2) Plague
(3) TB
(4) Typhoid

32. The largest producer of saffron in India is ?

(1) Kashmir
(2) Kerala
(3) Tamil Nadu
(4) West Bengal

33. Which vitamin is associated with clotting of blood ?

(1) Vitamin B
(2) Vitamin C
(3) Vitamin A
(4) Vitamin K

34. Astigmatism is a defect of eye, which can be rectified by using ?

(1) Biconvex lenses
(2) Convex lenses
(3) Cylindrical lenses
(4) Unevenly ground lenses

35. Extra glucose in body gets converted into glycogen and is stored in ?

(1) Bile
(2) Liver
(3) Pancreas
(4) Stomach

36. The material used for a fuse wire should have ?

(1) Low melting point
(2) High ductility
(3) High resistivity
(4) High melting point

37. A device used for measuring the depth of the sea is called ?

(1) Altimeter
(2) Manometer
(3) Fathometer
(4) Hydrometer

38. Milk tastes sour when kept in the open for sometime due to the formation of ?

(1) Acetic acid
(2) Citric acid
(3) Carbonic acid
(4) Lactic acid

39. The state of Indian which has the largest irrigated area, as a percentage of the cropped area, is ?

(1) Haryana
(2) orissa
(3) Uttar Pradesh
(4) Vishakhapatnam

40. In human being the digestion of proteins starts in which part of the alimentary canal ?

(1) Duodenum
(2) Ilium
(3) Mouth
(4) Stomach

41. Raindrops are spherical due to ?

(1) Air friction
(2) Continuous evaporation
(3) Surface tension
(4) Viscosity of water

42. Light coloured clothes are preferred in summer because ?

(1) They soak sweat faster
(2) They allow body heat to escape faster
(3) light colours are poor absorbers of heat
(4) light colours are good radiators of heat

43. When a ship enters a sea from a river ?

(1) It rises a little
(2) It rises or sinks depending on the material it is made of
(3) It sinks a little
(4) It remains at the same level

44. Two planents on which the Sun rises in the west are ?

(1) Mars and Neptune
(2) Venus and Uranus
(3) Saturn and Jupiter
(4) Uranus and Mars

45. Atmospheric pressure is measured with a ?

(1) Altimeter
(2) Barometer
(3) Hydrometer
(4) Hygrometer

46. Which of the following elements is obtained from sea weeds ?

(1) Argon
(2) Iodine
(3) Sulphur
(4) Vanadium

47. Oxygen released during photosynthesis of green plants comes from the break down of ?

(1) Carbohydrates
(2) Carbon dioxide
(3) Fatty acids
(4) Water

48. The impact of 'Green Revolution' was felt most in the production of ?

(1) Rice
(2) Oil seeds
(3) Pulses
(4) Wheat

49. Tuberculosis is caused by ?

(1) Bacterium
(2) Protozoan
(3) Fungus
(4) Virus

50. Which of the following is used as a moth repellant and insecticide ?

(1) Naphthalene
(2) Benzoic acid
(3) Nitric acid
(4) Urea

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