NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 4: Questions 1173 - 1179 of 1971

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Question number: 1173

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The line that divides the object or figure into two identical halves is called:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Line of symmetry

b.

Dotted line

c.

Common line

d.

All of the above

Question number: 1174

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Through two given points we can draw ________.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

2 lines

b.

4 lines

c.

Many lines

d.

1 lines

Question number: 1175

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A line segment has ________ end points.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Infinite

b.

1

c.

2

d.

0

Question number: 1176

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This is a part of chocolate wrapper. Which of these can be found put from the information on it?

This image shows a part of chocolate wrapper

This Image Shows a Part of Chocolate Wrapper

This is a part of chocolate wrapper

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

The cost of per piece of the chocolate.

b.

The weight of each piece of chocolate

c.

The price of chocolate.

d.

The number of chocolate in this pack.

Question number: 1177

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In closed figures, bounded by line segments are called:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Line

b.

Polygon

c.

Dotted line

d.

None of the above

Question number: 1178

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A ________ is bounded by three line segments.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Square

b.

Circle

c.

Triangle

d.

Rectangle

Question number: 1179

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In the grid below, I took 3 steps east, 2 steps south, 1 step east and 2 steps south and start X. Where did I reach?

Quadrilateral poly1 Quadrilateral poly1: Polygon E, F, G, H Segment f Segment f: Segment [A, B] Segment g Segment g: Segment [C, D] Segment e Segment e: Segment [E, F] of Quadrilateral poly1 Segment f_1 Segment f_1: Segment [F, G] of Quadrilateral poly1 Segment g_1 Segment g_1: Segment [G, H] of Quadrilateral poly1 Segment h Segment h: Segment [H, E] of Quadrilateral poly1 Segment i Segment i: Segment [I, J] Segment j Segment j: Segment [K, L] Segment k Segment k: Segment [M, N] Segment l Segment l: Segment [O, P] Segment m Segment m: Segment [Q, R] Segment n Segment n: Segment [S, T] Segment p Segment p: Segment [U, V] Segment q Segment q: Segment [W, Z] Segment r Segment r: Segment [A_1, B_1] Segment s Segment s: Segment [C_1, D_1] Segment t Segment t: Segment [E_1, F_1] Segment a Segment a: Segment [G_1, H_1] Segment b Segment b: Segment [I_1, J_1] Segment c Segment c: Segment [K_1, L_1] Point M_1 Point M_1: Intersection point of l, c Point M_1 Point M_1: Intersection point of l, c Point N_1 Point N_1: Intersection point of n, c Point N_1 Point N_1: Intersection point of n, c Point O_1 Point O_1: Intersection point of l, b Point O_1 Point O_1: Intersection point of l, b Point P_1 Point P_1: Intersection point of n, s Point P_1 Point P_1: Intersection point of n, s Point Q_1 Point Q_1: Intersection point of j, a Point Q_1 Point Q_1: Intersection point of j, a N text1 = “N” E text2 = “E” W text3 = “W” S text4 = “S” P text5 = “P” Q text6 = “Q” R text7 = “R” S text8 = “S” T text9 = “T” X text9_1 = “X”

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In this grid define in form of directions

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Q

b.

S

c.

P

d.

R

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