NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 10: Questions 99 - 102 of 986

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DIRECTION: In a certain code, “hi to koo” means “roses are white”; “silk hee” means “yellow flowers” and “koo mit hee” means “flowers are vegetable”.

Question number: 99 (1 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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How is “yellow” written in that code?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Flowers

b.

Are

c.

Silk

d.

To

Question number: 100 (2 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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How is “roses” written in that code?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Can’t be determined

b.

To

c.

Hi

d.

Hee

Question number: 101

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Select a figure from amongst the four alternatives of answer set, which when placed in the blank space of problem figure would complete the pattern.

Figure shows four alternatives of problem figure

Figure Shows Four Alternatives of Problem Figure

This figure shows four alternatives of problem figure

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Figure shows part of problem figure – Choice A

Figure Shows Part of Problem Figure – Choice A

This figure shows part of problem figure

b.

Figure shows part of problem figure – Choice B

Figure Shows Part of Problem Figure – Choice B

This figure shows part of problem figure

c.

Figure shows part of problem figure – Choice C

Figure Shows Part of Problem Figure – Choice C

This figure shows part of problem figure

d.

Figure shows part of problem figure – Choice D

Figure Shows Part of Problem Figure – Choice D

This figure shows part of problem figure

Question number: 102

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Which of the following Venn diagram correctly represents “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Relation of class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun” : Choice A

Relation of Class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”: Choice A

This diagram shows relation of classes “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”

b.

Relation of class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun” : Choice B

Relation of Class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”: Choice B

This diagram shows relation of classes “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”

c.

Relation of class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun” : Choice C

Relation of Class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”: Choice C

This diagram shows relation of classes “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”

d.

Relation of class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun” : Choice D

Relation of Class “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”: Choice D

This diagram shows relation of classes “Sweets, Mango and Gulabjamun”