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Question number: 1463

» General Science » The Earth and the Moon

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When we observe a ship sailing away from the shore the lower part of the ship disappears first from the sight. Then at last, the flag at the top pole disappears. This is possible only if the Earth is:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Flat

b.

Round shaped

c.

Slate shaped

d.

Zig zag shaped

Question number: 1464

» General Science » Air and Water

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What does the figure given below represent?

This diagram shown the clouds, sea and sun

This Diagram Shown the Clouds, Sea and Sun

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Formation of clouds

b.

Path of germs in air

c.

Water cycle

d.

River cycle

Question number: 1465

» General Science » Birds and Their Nests

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Which of the following bird weaves its nest with leaves?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Bulbul

b.

Penguin

c.

Tailor bird

d.

Woodpecker

Question number: 1466

» General Science » Safety and First Aid

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Which of the following is a road safety measure?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Overtake without using your indicator lights

b.

Drive under the influence of alcohol

c.

Ignore traffic signals after midnight

d.

Wear a safety helmet while riding a motorcycle

Question number: 1467

» General Science » The Earth and the Moon

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Which part of the Earth will receive almost the same amount of sunlight throughout the year?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Equator

b.

Any part of Earth

c.

South pole

d.

North pole

Question number: 1468

» General Science » The Earth and the Moon

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The motion around its own axis is called:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rotation

b.

Sun

c.

Revolution

d.

Earth

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