NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 4: Questions 1455 - 1459 of 1971

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Passage

Answer the question based on the diagram given below.

Diagram Shows the Plant and Animals

Question 1455 (4 of 8 Based on Passage)

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Plants and animals help in maintaining the balance of:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Water and minerals

b.

Trees and animals

c.

Green plants and plant eaters

d.

Oxygen and carbon dioxide

Question 1456 (5 of 8 Based on Passage)

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MCQ▾

What might happen if plants stop releasing oxygen into the atmosphere?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Number of plants will increase

b.

Number of animals will increase

c.

Plants will be more healthier

d.

Animals will die from the lack of oxygen

Question 1457 (6 of 8 Based on Passage)

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MCQ▾

What could arrow 1 in the diagram possibly represent?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Oxygen

b.

Carbon dioxide

c.

Water

d.

Energy

Question 1458 (7 of 8 Based on Passage)

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MCQ▾

What does the diagram represent?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Food chain

b.

Interdependence of plants and animals

c.

Evolution of plants and animals

d.

Life cycle of plants and animals

Question 1459 (8 of 8 Based on Passage)

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By observing the interdependence of plants and animals and circulation of oxygen and carbon dioxide we can say that:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Some day all the carbon dioxide will be used up by the plants

b.

Some day all the oxygen will be used up by the animals

c.

The amount of oxygen is increasing and that of carbon dioxide is decreasing in our atmosphere

d.

The level of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is kept constant

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