NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 3: Questions 144 - 151 of 504

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Question number: 144

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Study the number line below. Fill in each box with the correct answer.

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Passage

DIRECTION: The graph below shows the number of visitors to the Fish Farm in various months. Study the graph carefully and answer the questions.

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There were ________ visitors in February and May.

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40

b.

45

c.

60

d.

55

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There were ________ visitors in April.

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Choice (4) Response

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40

b.

45

c.

55

d.

60

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There were ________ more visitors in March than in January.

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40

b.

20

c.

30

d.

60

Question number: 148

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What is the value of 6 in 657?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

607 ones

b.

60 ones

c.

600 ones

d.

650 ones

Question number: 149

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If

stands for 30 people, 5

‘s will stand for ________ people.

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Choice (4) Response

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100

b.

150

c.

350

d.

120

Question number: 150

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Study the given flowchart carefully. Where would peacock and sparrow?

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r and s

b.

p and s

c.

s and r

d.

q and r

Question number: 151

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Rahul and Akash played a drama. They narrated a conversation between two birds as following:

Identify from the above conversation, the birds Rahul and Akash have narrated?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Tailor and Woodpecker

b.

Crow and Cuckoo

c.

Parrot and Tailor

d.

Hawk and Woodpecker

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