General Science-Living and Non-Living Things (NSTSE Class 3): Questions 51 - 53 of 68

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Question number: 51

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What will happen to us if we do not take air?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

We will be grow

b.

We cannot live without air

c.

We will not breathe

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 52

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The diagrams show a plant in a beaker on a Sunday and again next Tuesday with layer of oil on top of water. In the beginning the cup was filled to the top with water has decreased. What is the reason?

This diagram shows a plant in a beaker

This Diagram Shows a Plant in a Beaker

The diagrams show a plant in a beaker on a Sunday and again next Tuesday

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Water has been absorbed by the roots

b.

Water in the cup has condensed

c.

Water in the cup has frozen

d.

Water has disappeared from the cup

Question number: 53

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Put two frogs one in container A and the other in container B. Container A has no holes but container B has holes in it. After a day, it was observed that the frog in container A died. What is the reason?

This diagram shows the frog in container A and container B

This Diagram Shows the Frog in Container a and Container B

In this container A has no hole but container B has holes in it

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Container A is poisonous but container B is good

b.

To live, frogs need to breathe in air which is available in container B but not in container A

c.

Containers without holes are bad

d.

The frog in container A is weak and the frog in the container B is strong

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