NSO Level 2- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 6: Questions 32 - 34 of 100

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Question number: 32

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Read the features of a plant as given below.

(i) Roots are much reduced in size.

(ii) Stems are generally long and narrow.

(iii) Stems possess air spaces.

(iv) Leaves are large and flat.

(v) They have waxy upper surfaces.

To which of these habitats does this plant belong?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Desert

b.

Tropical rainforest

c.

Polar region

d.

Aquatic

Question number: 33

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A camel is shown here with some of its body parts labelled 1 - 4. Some adaptations of camel are given in the following list. Select the correct match of the adaptation and the body part.

Image of The Camel

Image of the Camel

Image of The Camel

(i). Stored fat can be respired to release water.

(ii). Help to eat thorny plants without injury.

(iii). Large area makes movement more efficient.

(iv). Can be closed to prevent entry of sand

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

i-4, ii-2, iii-3, iv-1

b.

i-2, ii-3, iii-4, iv-1

c.

i-3, ii-4, iii-1, iv-2

d.

i-1, ii-2, iii-3, iv-4

Question number: 34

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Which of the following statements are true?

i. A shadow is formed on the same side of the object as the source of light.

ii. The image formed by a pinhole camera is always erect.

iii. We see stars because they reflect light from the sun.

iv. The shadow of a pole is longest in the evening and shortest at the noon.

v. Minors are good reflectors of light.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

(iv) and (v)

b.

(i), (ii) and (iv)

c.

(i), (ii), (iii) and (v)

d.

(i), (ii) and (iii)