NSO Level 2- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 6: Questions 57 - 59 of 100

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Question number: 57

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There are 18 girls and 24 boys in a class of the girls and of the boys play the piano. Find the ratio of the number of girls who play the piano to the total number of pupils who do not play the piano in the class.

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A hot liquid is carefully poured into a beaker. The graph shows how its temperature changes as it cools towards room temperature.

Image of The Temperature & Time

Image of the Temperature & Time

What processes are likely taking place at region X?

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Evaporation only.

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Solidification and evaporation.

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Condensation only.

d.

Boiling and evaporation.

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Study the given flow chart to identify food components ‘X’, ‘Y’ and ‘Z’. Read the following statements regarding ‘X’, ‘Y’, and ‘Z’ and select the correct ones.

Image of The given flow chart to identify food components

Image of the Given Flow Chart to Identify Food Components

(i) Cellulose is a ‘X’ which is not a food for humans because it cannot be digested or absorbed in the body.

(ii) ‘Z’ is the richest source of energy for the body but they require more oxygen for their combustion and hence are more expensive than ‘Y’.

(iii) When we consume more Z than required, our body stores the excess of Z as Y

(iv) X act as insulators and keep our body warm.

(v) X is essential for maintenance of the body tissues.

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Choice (4)Response

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(i) and (iv)

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(ii) and (v)

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(iii), (iv) and (v)

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(i), (ii) and (iii)

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