NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 4: Questions 1398 - 1402 of 1971

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Observe the following food pyramid and answer the questions below.

Figure shows the food pyramid

Figure Shows the Food Pyramid

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Level 4 contains oils, sweets and ghee. These are rich in:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Fats

b.

Carbohydrates

c.

Vitamins

d.

Proteins

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The food items rich in vitamins and minerals are essential because:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

They fight disease and make our bones stronger

b.

They keep our body warm

c.

They give us energy

d.

They build the cells in our body

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The food items in level 1 are rich in:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Carbohydrates

b.

Vitamins

c.

Fats

d.

Proteins

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Level 3 contains food items which are rich in proteins. The primary function of proteins is:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

To give energy

b.

To build stronger bones

c.

To build and repair parts of the body

d.

To give warmth to the body

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Which of the following table representing different levels and the main constituents in the food items of that level is true?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Level 1 – carbohydrates

Level 2 – vitamins and minerals

Level 3 – proteins

Level 4 – fats

b.

Level 1 – carbohydrates

Level 2 – proteins

Level 3 – vitamins and minerals

Level 4 – fats

c.

Level 1 – fats and vitamins

Level 2 – carbohydrates

Level 3 – minerals

Level 4 – proteins

d.

Level 1 – proteins

Level 2 – fats

Level 3 – vitamins and minerals

Level 4 – carbohydrates

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