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Quiz

1. Which one of the following is also called stranger Gas ?

(1) Argon
(2) Nitrous oxide
(3) Neon
(4) Xenon

2. Cobalt -60 is commonly used in radiation therapy because it emits ?

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

3. Which one of the following is used as an explosive ?

(1) Graphite
(2) Mercuric oxide
(3) Nitroglycerine
(4) Phosphorus trichloride

4. Which one of the following is a mixed fertilizer ?

(1) Ammonium sulphate
(2) NPK
(3) CAN
(4) Urea

5. Which of the following statements are true regarding heat ?

(1) Heat is a form of energy
(2) Heat is an electromagnetic radiation
(3) Heat cannot pass through vacuum
(4) Heat can be reflected by a mirror

6. The minimum possible temperauire below which matter cannot be liquefiied is ?

(1) -459.40 Degrees
(2) -273.16 Degrees
(3) -98.10 Degrees
(4) -100.00 Degrees

7. Which among the following phenomenon is not exhibited by sound waves ?

(1) Diffraction
(2) Polarisation
(3) Reflection
(4) Refraction

8. The filament of electric bulb is made up of ?

(1) Carbon
(2) Iron
(3) Tungsten
(4) Nichrome

9. The speed of revolution of earth is ?

(1) 25 Km/min
(2) 28 Km/min
(3) 31 Km/min
(4) 39.5 Km/min

10. An iron needle sinks in water but a ship floats on it. This is based on which principle ?

(1) Archimedes principle
(2) Gravitational law
(3) Pascal's law
(4) Kepler's law

11. Which one of the following is called the 'Police Force' of the human body ?

(1) Erythrocytes
(2) Fibrinogen
(3) Thrombocytes
(4) Leucocytes

12. Which one of the following is not a disease caused by fungi ?

(1) Late Blight of Potato
(2) Soft rot
(3) Ringworm
(4) wheat rust

13. Which one of the following is not a disease caused by virus ?

(1) Chicken pox
(2) Influenza
(3) Measles
(4) Typhoid

14. Which among the following parts of plants are involved in gaseous exchange ?

(1) Lenticels
(2) Stomata
(3) Stomata and lenticels
(4) Vacuoles

15. Yeast is an example of which one of the following ?

(1) Algae
(2) Bacteria
(3) Fungi
(4) Virus

16. Which one of the following flowering plants completes its life cycle every two years (biennials) ?

(1) Carrot
(2) Dahlia
(3) Mustard
(4) Sunflower

17. The star (other than the sun) nearest to the earth is ?

(1) Alpha centauri
(2) Pole star
(3) Proxima Centauri
(4) Vega

18. Which planet has the maximum number of satellites ?

(1) Jupiter
(2) Mars
(3) Saturn
(4) Uranus

19. On a clear night we can see nearly stars with naked eyes ?

(1) 3,000
(2) 30,000
(3) 10,000
(4) 100,000

20. Which planet appears to be the brightest in the night sky ?

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

21. The internal energy of an ideal gas depends upon ?

(1) Shape of molecules
(2) Temperature
(3) Pressure
(4) Volume

22. A person weighting 80 kg is going in a lift. If the cable of the lift breaks suddenly then what will be the weight of the person ?

(1) 80 Kg
(2) 80*9.8 Kg-wt
(3) 80*19.6 Kg-wt
(4) Zero

23. Rain drops are spherical due to ?

(1) Gravitation
(2) Air pressure
(3) Surface tension
(4) Viscosity

24. The instrument which converts thermal energy into mechanical energy is called ?

(1) Dynamo
(2) Thermal engine
(3) Thermostat
(4) Space system

25. The velocity of sound in air is unaffected by ?

(1) Atmospheric pressure
(2) Direction of air
(3) Humidity
(4) Temperature

26. In the instruments that produce heat by the effect of current, wire of which among the following substance is used ?

(1) Aluminium
(2) Constantan
(3) Manganin
(4) Nichrome

27. Which among the following are electromagnetic waves ?

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

28. Which one of the following is used as a moderator in the nuclear reactor ?

(1) Graphite
(2) Radium
(3) Ordinary water
(4) Thorium

29. The visible range of solar radiation is ?

(1) 740-10000 Nm
(2) 100-400 Nm
(3) 400-780 Nm
(4) None of these

30. ISRO successfully conducted a rocket test using cryogenic engines. Where is the test-stand used for the purpose, located ?

(1) Balasore
(2) Karwar
(3) Mahendragiri
(4) Thiruvananthapuram

31. The world's highest ground based telescopic observatory is located in ?

(1) India
(2) Columbia
(3) Nepal
(4) Switzerland

32. Development of the natural systems is described as ?

(1) Evolution of the systems
(2) Self-sustained process of the systems
(3) Function of the system
(4) None of the above

33. Which one of the following is a herb ?

(1) Coffee
(2) China rose
(3) Jasmine
(4) Sunflower

34. Anthrax is a disease caused by which one of the following ?

(1) Fungi
(2) Bacteria
(3) Virus
(4) None of the above

35. Which one of the following tissue convert sugar into insoluble starch and store these up for future use ?

(1) Collenchyma
(2) Sclerenchyma
(3) Parenchyma
(4) All of the above

36. Which one of the following statements is in-correct about fish ?

(1) Fish are oviparous
(2) Eyelids are absent in fish
(3) The neck region is absent in fish
(4) The heart of fish is four-chambered

37. Which among the following is the group of vitamins made by bacteria in the intestine ?

(1) C, D and K
(2) H, M and K
(3) B1, M and K
(4) B3, H and K

38. Which one of the following cereals contains deficiency of nicotic acid which results in pellagara in human beings ?

(1) Bazra
(2) Rice
(3) Maize
(4) Wheat

39. The nearest star (other than the sun), which is visible to the naked eye is ?

(1) Alpha Centauri
(2) Pole star
(3) Proxima Centauri
(4) Vega

40. The heaviest among the inner planets is the ?

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

41. Stars appear to move from east to west because the ?

(1) Earth is rotating from west to east
(2) Earth is revolving around the sun
(3) Earth is rotating from east to west
(4) Whole universe is moving from east to west

42. Artificial satellites are used for ?

(1) TV transmission
(2) Detecting minerals
(3) Space research
(4) All (a), (b) and (c)

43. Which of the following has exactly equal periods of rotation and revolution ?

(1) Mercury
(2) The moon
(3) Uranus
(4) Venus

44. A Permanent magnet is made up of which type of substance ?

(1) Anti-ferromagnetic
(2) Diamagnetic
(3) Ferromagnetic
(4) All the three

45. Which among the following principles is used in an optical fiber ?

(1) Diffraction
(2) Refraction
(3) Scattering
(4) Total internal reflection

46. A green coloured leaf kept in a dark room is illuminated by light. What will be the colour of leaf in this condition ?

(1) Green
(2) Black
(3) Red
(4) Yellow

47. Cryopreservation is done at which temperature ?

(1) -196 Degree
(2) -180 Degree
(3) -20 Dergee
(4) -40 Degree

48. Comest Shoemaker-Levi I collided with which planet ?

(1) Jupiter
(2) Mars
(3) Pluto
(4) Saturn

49. Which among the following fuels causes minimum pollution ?

(1) Coal
(2) Diesel
(3) Hydrogen
(4) Kerosene

50. Which among the following inert gas is present in atmosphere in largest amount ?

(1) Argon
(2) Radon
(3) Helium
(4) Xenon

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