NSO Level 2- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 6: Questions 24 - 26 of 100

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Question number: 24

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Which among the following statements is incorrect?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Cigarette paper is commonly made from flax fiber.

b.

Silk is obtained from larva of silkworm, fed on leaves of mulberry trees.

c.

Cotton grows well in black soil rich in humus.

d.

Coir is obtained from husk, which is separated from coconut by soaking them In water.

Question number: 25

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Which statement is incorrect regarding the given figure?

Image shows The Dewdrops

Image Shows the Dewdrops

Image shows The Dewdrops

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The mirror in the bathroom becomes foggy when we take hot shower due to process P.

b.

Process S results in dewdrops on surface of leaves in winter morning.

c.

Process Q helps to obtain salt from seawater.

d.

Process R is decelerated if humidity in the air is high.

Question number: 26

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Read the given passage and select the option, which correctly fills any three of the blanks.

(i) is the main source of water on Earth however

(ii) is considered more pure than (i) as it is free from contaminants.

City roads flooded with water, dry up due to the process of (iii).

Rate of (iii) increases with (iv) in temperature.

The process of (v) changes water Vapour present in air into water.

(iii) and (v) help in circulating water between hydrosphere and atmosphere.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

(i) -Groundwater, (ii) -Rainwater, (iv) -Decrease

b.

(ii) -Underground water, (iii) -Evaporation, (v) -Transpiration

c.

(i) -Surface water, (ii) -Groundwater, (iv) -Decrease

d.

(ii) -Groundwater, (iv) -Increase, (v) -Condensation