NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 3: Questions 1607 - 1611 of 2216

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Question number: 1607

» General Science » Air and Water

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When Suresh blew air into a balloon it expanded. This shows that:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Air is invisible

b.

Air has no mass

c.

Air has no weight

d.

Air occupies volume and space

Question number: 1608

» General Science » Safety and First Aid

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In traffic signals to allow traffic to proceed in direction, ________ light is used.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Green

b.

Yellow

c.

Blue

d.

Red

Question number: 1609

» General Science » Birds and Their Nests

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Which of the following dig holes in the grounds with their beaks and feet to make their nests?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

This figure shows the birds and make their nests – Choice A

This Figure Shows the Birds and Make Their Nests – Choice A

b.

This figure shows the birds and make their nests – Choice B

This Figure Shows the Birds and Make Their Nests – Choice B

c.

This figure shows the birds and make their nests – Choice C

This Figure Shows the Birds and Make Their Nests – Choice C

d.

This figure shows the birds and make their nests – Choice D

This Figure Shows the Birds and Make Their Nests – Choice D

Question number: 1610

» General Science » Our Clothes

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Which of the following is NOT true for cotton plants?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

They let the air to circulate freely

b.

They keep our body warm

c.

They allow body heat to escape

d.

They absorb body heat

Question number: 1611

» General Science » Birds and Their Nests

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Woodpecker builds its nests:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

In hedges and bushes

b.

In the burrows under the ground

c.

By weaving leaves on tall trees

d.

In the trunks of the trees

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