NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 2: Questions 305 - 309 of 524

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Question number: 305

» Animals

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Which option when unscrambled will give the names of the housed of Bee and Cattle?

Bee - Cattle

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

SEHD - OEHL

b.

OHLE - ARBN

c.

NED - ARBN

d.

IVEH - DESH

Question number: 306

» Housing and Clothing

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Study the given flowchart. Which of the marked ends d, e, f or g best represents caravan and tent respectively?

 Diagram shows the classification chart of house

Diagram Shows the Classification Chart of House

This diagram shows classification chart

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

e, g

b.

e, f

c.

f, g

d.

d, f

Question number: 307

» Food

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Study the given flowchart and select the correct option which can fill empty spaces d, e and f.

Flowchart shows the types of food

Flowchart Shows the Types of Food

This flowchart shows the types of food

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

d – chicken, e – nuts, e – fish

b.

d – rice, e – milk, e – vegetables

c.

d – fish, e – bread, e – cheese

d.

d – bread, e – butter, e – vegetables

Question number: 308

» Housing and Clothing

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According to the weather forecast given below, which of these should be worn on 4th January 20XX?

Picture shows the weather forecast chart

Picture Shows the Weather Forecast Chart

This picture shows the weather forecast chart

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Umbrella

b.

Silk kurti

c.

Woollen gloves

d.

Leather jacket

Question number: 309

» Housing and Clothing

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A pucca house is very expensive to build because it is made from ________.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Brick, wood, glass and iron

b.

Blocks of ice

c.

Bamboo sticks, glass and iron

d.

Jute and cotton clothes

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