NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 3: Questions 476 - 479 of 504

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Question number: 476

» Light, Sound and Force

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Which of the following is the main source of light on the Earth?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Image shows the source of light : Choice A

Image Shows the Source of Light: Choice A

b.

Image shows the source of light : Choice B

Image Shows the Source of Light: Choice B

c.

Image shows the source of light : Choice C

Image Shows the Source of Light: Choice C

d.

Image shows the source of light : Choice D

Image Shows the Source of Light: Choice D

Question number: 477

» Human Body

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The given figure shows the human respiratory system. In which labelled part is air goes down it?

Figure shows the human respiratory system

Figure Shows the Human Respiratory System

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Q

b.

P

c.

R

d.

All of the above

Question number: 478

» Matter and Materials

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The given table shows the characteristics of three objects X, Y and Z. which of the following sets of objects best fits the description given in the table?

Table shows the characteristics of three objects X, Y and Z

Table Shows the Characteristics of Three Objects X, Y and Z

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Choice (4)Response

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Paper, Swimsuit, Rubberband

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c.

Rubberband, Sponge, Cardboard

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Question number: 479

» Human Body

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Arjun used dump-bell to exercise. Which body systems are involved in bending and straightening of the arm?

Picture shows Arjun used dump-bell to exercise

Picture Shows Arjun Used Dump-Bell to Exercise

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Digestive and Nervous systems

b.

Muscular and Skeletal systems

c.

Muscular and Excretory systems

d.

Skeletal system and Reproductive systems

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