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Question number: 189

» General Science » Human Body

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The longest and strongest bone in the body is ________.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Tendons.

b.

Girdle bones.

c.

Sternum.

d.

Femur bones.

Question number: 190

» General Science » Plant Life

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An orchid seeds are carried to a new place. What type of dispersal is it?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Animal dispersal

b.

Wind dispersal

c.

Water dispersal

d.

Explosion mechanism

Question number: 191

» General Science » Plant Life

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The figures given below shows four different fruits/seeds.

In this figure shows four different fruits/seeds

In this Figure Shows Four Different Fruits/Seeds

Which two fruits/seeds are dispersed by wind?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

P and S

b.

P and R

c.

P and Q

d.

S and Q

Question number: 192

» General Science » Human Body

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________is the controlling centre of all activities that take place in your body.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Brain

b.

Spinal cord

c.

Nose

d.

Eyes

Question number: 193

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Look at the picture given below carefully.

This image shows the women doing exercise

This Image Shows the Women Doing Exercise

Which joint is Gita using to move her legs and hands?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Pivot

b.

Ball and socket

c.

Hinge

d.

Sliding

Question number: 194

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What enables us to move our hands as shown in the picture?

This picture shows the move our hands

This Picture Shows the Move Our Hands

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Pivot joint

b.

Hinge joint

c.

Ball and socket joint

d.

Sliding joint

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