NSTSE Class 6: Questions 1147 - 1153 of 1253

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Question number: 1147

» Mathematics » Practical Geometry

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Which of the following angle can be constructed using a pair of compass and ruler?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

500

b.

450

c.

1100

d.

350

Question number: 1148

» Physics » Work and Energy

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________ is main source of all type of energy on the Earth.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Moon

b.

Petroleum

c.

Sun

d.

Coal

Question number: 1149

» Mathematics » Practical Geometry

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A line segment MN¯=15.6cm is bisected at point K then length of MK¯ and if MK further bisected by a point P then length of MP¯ will be

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

7.8 & 3.4 cm

b.

5.2 and 8.9 cm

c.

6.7 and 5.3 cm

d.

7.8 & 3.9 cm

Question number: 1150

» Physics » Work and Energy

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The form of energy stored in petroleum is ________.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Chemical energy

b.

Mechanical energy

c.

Heat energy

d.

Magnetic energy

Question number: 1151

» Physics » Work and Energy

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Solar cells use ________to produce electricity.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Heat energy of coal or petroleum

b.

Water stored by a dam

c.

Wind energy

d.

Solar energy

Question number: 1152

» Mathematics » Ratio and Proportion

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The ratio of elephants and lions in a jungle is 5: 3. If the count of elephants is 300, then find the count of lions.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

280

b.

80

c.

180

d.

140

Question number: 1153

» Physics » Work and Energy

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Which of the following is the formula of work done?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

W=velocity(v)×h(Height)

b.

W=Forceapplied(F)×Distancemovedbyobject(s)

c.

W=Forceapplied(F)×Energy(E)

d.

W=mass(m)×Energy(E)

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