NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 4: Questions 389 - 392 of 435

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Question number: 389

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Meena planted tape grass in a pot of soil and watered it regularly. After a few days, the plant died. Which of the following is the most appropriate reason for it?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Tape grass does not require regular watering.

b.

Tape grass is an aquatic plant.

c.

Water might be of bad quality

d.

Tape grass flourishes more on ground than in pot.

Question number: 390

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Which of the following sense of organ is main gate of the respiratory system?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Mouth

b.

Eye

c.

Ear

d.

Nose

Question number: 391

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During a tug of war, force Y is applied by the team members to move to rope and force X is applied against the ground to move backward. What are forces X and Y?

Image shows a tug of war

Image Shows a Tug of War

This image shows a tug of war

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Choice (4) Response

a.

X-Pulling, Y-Pulling

b.

X-Pulling, Y-Pushing

c.

X-Pushing, Y-Pushing

d.

X-Pushing, Y-Pulling

Question number: 392

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Some students put water in the jug and to pour the water into the glass all the way to the top. Then put the card on the glass and turn the glass upside down. The card will look as though it is ‘holding’ the water in the glass. What does think has happened?

Diagram shows water glass with paper

Diagram Shows Water Glass with Paper

This diagram shows water glass with paper

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Air not support water in a glass

b.

Water can hold paper

c.

Paper is made up of water

d.

Air exerts pressure that supports water in a glass

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