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Question number: 1699

» General Science » Measurements

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To measure the VOLUME of petrol, which of the following units can be used?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Minutes

b.

Kilogram

c.

Metre

d.

Millilitre

Question number: 1700

» General Science » Means of Communication

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E–mails are sent through:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

This image shows the device we can used in the world – Choice A

This Image Shows the Device We Can Used in the World – Choice A

b.

This image shows the device we can used in the world – Choice B

This Image Shows the Device We Can Used in the World – Choice B

c.

This image shows the device we can used in the world – Choice C

This Image Shows the Device We Can Used in the World – Choice C

d.

This image shows the device we can used in the world – Choice D

This Image Shows the Device We Can Used in the World – Choice D

Question number: 1701

» General Science » Means of Communication

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Which of the following is/are audio-visual mode of communication?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Computer

b.

Television

c.

Radio

d.

Both a. and b. are correct

Question number: 1702

» General Science » Measurements

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Four students measured the length of a box using their own spans and measurements as given below. What do you conclude from the data?

This table shows the students measured the length of a box

Find what you conclude from the data

Student

Length of box (in spans)

M

4

N

O

5

P

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Student ‘O’ has the shortest finger

b.

The length of a span differs from person to person

c.

The fingers of the student M are longer than those of student P

d.

Span is suitable for measuring length

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