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Question number: 891

» Chemistry » Matter

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When Tina fell down from her bicycle, she got hurt on her knee. Mother took her to the nearby clinic. Nurse cleaned her wound with a cotton piece dipped in spirit. It was cool. Tina thought the spirit is also as cold as ice. When she discussed this with her friends, they had different opinions. Help her to find out the correct opinion.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Spirit is as cold as ice.

b.

Spirit takes heat from the surroundings to evaporate.

c.

Spirit is a liquid.

d.

None of the above

Question number: 892

» Mental Ability

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Group the given figure into three classes using each figure only once.

Figure shows group in 6 images

Figure Shows Group in 6 Images

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Question number: 893

» Mental Ability

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In a certain code, EXPLANATION is written as PXEALNNOITA. How is UNDERSTAND written in that code?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

REDNUDNATS

b.

DNURESDNAT

c.

DNUESRATDN

d.

NUEDRSDNAT

Question number: 894

» Biology » Diversity of Living Organisms

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In this plant phylum, there is no specialised tissue for conduction of water and other substances from one part of the plant body to another. Identify the phylum.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Bryophyta

b.

Pteridophyte

c.

Gymnosperm

d.

Thallophyta

Question number: 895

» Biology » Natural Resources

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During the burning of fossil fuels, the percentage of a gas is said to have doubled. Identify the gas.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Oxygen

b.

Carbon monoxide

c.

Nitrogen

d.

Carbon dioxide

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