Physics-Some Natural Phenomena [NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 8]: Questions 1 - 6 of 30

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Question 1

Some Natural Phenomena
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Which of the following is not a safe place, during the lightning?

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a.In an open ground
b.Bus stop
c.Elevated hills
d.In a house

Question 2

Some Natural Phenomena
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Which of the following state lies in seismic zone in India?

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a.Rajasthan
b.Madhya Pradesh
c.Gujarat
d.Chhattisgarh

Question 3

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The scientist, who first noticed the lightning and the spark from the clothes are essentially the same phenomena, was:

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a.Benjamin Franklin
b.Thomas Alva Edison
c.Franklin D. Roosevelt
d.Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question 4

Some Natural Phenomena
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From law of electrostatics, a charged body:

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a.A charged body attracts all types of other charged bodies.
b.Attracts the bodies carrying similar charge and repels the bodies possessing opposite charge
c.Repels the bodies possessing similar charge and attracts the bodies with opposite charge
d.Attracts similar charged bodies but repels uncharged bodies

Question 5

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At which of the following temperature rise of the gas will be lowest?

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d.

Question 6

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If a glass rod is rubbed with silk, then glass rod is charged with:

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a.Negative charges
b.Neutral charges
c.Positive charges
d.Either positive or negative