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Question number: 340

» Earth and Universe

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Look at the figure. It shows solar eclipse. Where will be the Moon in it?

Figure shows solar eclipse

Figure Shows Solar Eclipse

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

s

b.

q

c.

r

d.

p

Question number: 341

» Earth and Universe

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The first Indian woman in space ________

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a.

Valentina Tereshkova

b.

Sally Ride

c.

Sunita Williams

d.

Kalpana Chawla

Question number: 342

» General Science

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What are the two different simple machines used in the water well as shown in the given figure?

Figure shows simple machine used in the well

Figure Shows Simple Machine Used in the Well

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Pulley and wheel and axle

b.

Lever and inclined plane

c.

Pulley and inclined plane.

d.

Wheel and axle only

Question number: 343

» Matter

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Anmol has three objects, X, Y and Z. He puts X into a measuring cylinder with 30 mL of water. Then he puts Y and Z into the same measuring cylinder. The given diagram shows the changes in water level as each object is put in.

Diagram shows three objects X, Y and Z

Diagram Shows Three Objects X, Y and Z

Which of the objects has/have a volume of less than 30 mL?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

X only

b.

Y only

c.

X, Y and Z

d.

X and Y only

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DIRECTION: The given pie chart shows the energy sources of a country. Refer the graph to answer below.

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Created with Highcharts 6.0. 3The energy sources of a countryOil (39%) Oil (39%) Coal (23%) Coal (23%) Hydroelectric, solar and other renewable sources (6%) Hydroelectric, solar and other renewable sources (6%) Nuclear (8%) Nuclear (8%) Natural gas (24%) Natural gas (24%) Hydroelectric, solar and other renewable sources (6%) Energy sources: 6

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» Natural Resources and Calamities

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Which group makes up nearly all the energy presently used in this country?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Oil and gas

b.

Coal and nuclear

c.

Nuclear and hydroelectric, solar and other sources

d.

Fossil fuels

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