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Question number: 442

» Earth and Universe

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You are making a model of the Earth and Moon to show their relative sizes and masses. If you take cricket ball as an Earth, then ________ can be taken as Moon.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Basket ball

b.

Table tennis ball

c.

Volley ball

d.

Lawn tennis ball

Question number: 443

» Earth and Universe

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Which of the following is waxing crescent phase of moon?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Image shows the waxing crescent phase of moon – Choice A

Image Shows the Waxing Crescent Phase of Moon – Choice A

b.

Image shows the waxing crescent phase of moon – Choice B

Image Shows the Waxing Crescent Phase of Moon – Choice B

c.

Image shows the waxing crescent phase of moon – Choice C

Image Shows the Waxing Crescent Phase of Moon – Choice C

d.

Image shows the waxing crescent phase of moon – Choice D

Image Shows the Waxing Crescent Phase of Moon – Choice D

Question number: 444

» Light, Sound and Force

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In the chart given below, what could X, Y and Z represent?

Chart shows three types of objects

Chart Shows Three Types of Objects

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Choice (4)Response

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b.

c.

d.

Question number: 445

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Renuka observed the Moon from 5th March to 19th March. She noted that Half Moon appeared on 11th March. Which of the following options correctly shows the phases of the Moon, Renuka observed on 5th March and 19th March respectively?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Image shows the Moon on 5<sup/>th</sup> March and 19<sup>th</sup> March – Choice A

Image shows the Moon on 5th March and 19th March – Choice A

b.

Image shows the Moon on 5<sup/>th</sup> March and 19<sup>th</sup> March – Choice B

Image shows the Moon on 5th March and 19th March – Choice B

c.

Image shows the Moon on 5<sup/>th</sup> March and 19<sup>th</sup> March – Choice C

Image shows the Moon on 5th March and 19th March – Choice C

d.

Image shows the Moon on 5<sup/>th</sup> March and 19<sup>th</sup> March – Choice D

Image shows the Moon on 5th March and 19th March – Choice D

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