NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 3: Questions 408 - 411 of 504

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Question number: 408

» Earth and Universe

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Which of the following is NOT true about the Sun?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

It proves heat and light energy for the living things to survive on Earth.

b.

It is not safe to look directly at the Sun with our naked eye.

c.

It is made up of a huge mass of very hot gases.

d.

It looks bigger because it is the only big star found in the galaxy.

Question number: 409

» Light, Sound and Force

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Generally adult males have a low pitch voice than as compared to adult females. This means males have ________ and ________ voice.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Sharp, Shrilling

b.

Hoarse, Sharp

c.

Hoarse, Blunt

d.

Sharp, Loud

Question number: 410

» Matter and Materials

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Sejal tried to test two carrier bags X and Y made of two different materials. She put the same things of the same weight into the bags and the results are shown in picture. She concludes that ________.

 Picture shows Sejal tried to test two carrier bags X and Y

Picture Shows Sejal Tried to Test Two Carrier Bags X and Y

This picture shows Sejal tried to test two carrier bags X and Y

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Bag X is more cheaper than bag Y

b.

Bag Y is stronger than bag X

c.

Bag Y is bigger than bag X

d.

Bag X is stronger than bag Y

Question number: 411

» Matter and Materials

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Study the given classification chart carefully. Object P can be placed under both groups. What could object P be made of?

 Chart shows materials

Chart Shows Materials

This chart shows materials

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Plastic

b.

Glass

c.

Iron

d.

Wood

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