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Question number: 1888

» General Science » Birds

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Identify the one that does not belong to the given group.

Diagram shows group of birds

Diagram Shows Group of Birds

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Sparrow

b.

Pigeon

c.

Ostrich

d.

Parrot

Question number: 1889

» General Science » Our Body

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Identify the given organ and its organ system.

Diagram shows the organ of human body

Diagram Shows the Organ of Human Body

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Stomach – Digestive System

b.

Lung – Respiratory system

c.

Kidney – Excretory system

d.

Heart – Circulatory system

Question number: 1890

» Mathematics » Multiplication

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Observe the given product.

Figure shows the product

Figure Shows the Product

What is the value of

Image shows two triangles

Image Shows Two Triangles

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Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

12

b.

1

c.

6

d.

36

Question number: 1891

» Mathematics » Multiplication

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Nani bought 25 packets of balloons. Each packet has 4 balloons. Identify the number sentence that can be used to find the number of balloons Nani bought.

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Question number: 1892

» General Science » Our Body

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Richa wants to buy a piece of soft and bright coloured cloth to make some cushion cover. Which sense organs would she use to choose the piece of cloth?

Image of sense organs

Image of Sense Organs

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Only P and Q

b.

Only P and S

c.

Only P, Q and R

d.

Only Q, R and S

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