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Question number: 1

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An object casts a shadow when ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Light passes through it.

b.

It blocks the path of light.

c.

It absorbs light.

d.

Light bends around the object.

Question number: 2

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An object receives a shadow when ________.

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a.

we display shadow cast by other object.

b.

we display light passes through it.

c.

It blocks the path of light.

d.

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Question number: 3

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Which of the following is Earth’s sister planet?

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a.

The Sun

b.

The Jupiter

c.

The Moon

d.

The Venus

Question number: 4

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A moon in the lunar eclipse. A shadow is formed on the earth behind the sun.

The image of the lunar eclipse

The Image of the Lunar Eclipse

When the shadow of earth falls on the moon. What will happen to the moon?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

The moon is hidden

b.

The shadow of moon larger

c.

The sun is hidden

d.

It changes in shape

Question number: 5

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The first Indian woman in space is:

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a.

Kiran Bedi

b.

Laurel Clark

c.

Kalpana Chawla

d.

Sunita Williams

Question number: 6

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The light that bounces back is called:

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a.

Reflected light

b.

Artificial

c.

Bounces

d.

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