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Question number: 305

» General Science » Air, Water and Weather

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Which process is responsible to changing of water to water vapor?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Evaporation

b.

Condensation

c.

Sedimentation

d.

Transpiration

Question number: 306

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An experiment is carried out by a group of students and their results are shown in the given figure.

This diagram shows the experiment with water

This Diagram Shows the Experiment with Water

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Air in the surroundings formed air bubbles.

b.

Air in the through escaped as air bubbles.

c.

Air inside the glass escaped out in the form of bubbles.

d.

The air present in the water formed bubbles.

Question number: 307

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One day, Ram and Shyam caught two beautiful butterflies. They wanted to show these to their friends at school. What happen the next morning they took their bottles to school?

Shows the Ram and Shyam caught two beautiful butterflies in jar

Shows the Ram and Shyam Caught Two Beautiful Butterflies in Jar

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Shyam’s butterfly cannot fly.

b.

Ram’s butterfly is not alive since it did not get enough oxygen.

c.

Ram’s butterfly size is decrease and Shyam’s butterfly size is increase.

d.

All of the above

Question number: 308

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Which gas in the air is represented by Part N?

This image shows the parts filled of gas

This Image Shows the Parts Filled of Gas

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Carbon dioxide

b.

Water vapour

c.

Nitrogen

d.

Oxygen

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