NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 9: Questions 659 - 664 of 2000

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Question number: 659

» Mathematics » Number Systems

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The distance between and is

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Choice (4) Response

a.

8

b.

Can’t say

c.

0

d.

All of the above

Question number: 660

» Chemistry » The Nature of Matter

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The colloidal solutions are ________

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Suspensions of one phase in another

b.

Two phase systems

c.

Contain only water soluble particles

d.

Are formed by solids in liquids.

Question number: 661

» Mathematics » Statistics

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Mean of a set of observation is the value which

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Occurs most frequently

b.

Is a representative of whole group

c.

Divides observations into two equal parts

d.

Is the sum of observations

Question number: 662

» Mathematics » Constructions

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If in a , and then is

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Choice (4) Response

a.

An isosceles triangle

b.

A right angled triangle

c.

An isosceles right angled triangle

d.

An equilateral triangle

Question number: 663

» Mathematics » Surface Areas & Volumes

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The height of a cone is 21 cm. A small cone is cut off at the top by a plane parallel to the base. If its volume is the volume of cone, the height at which the section is made is ________.

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a.

16.52 cm

b.

8.86 cm

c.

10.02 cm

d.

10.53 cm

Question number: 664

» Mathematics » Linear Equations in Two Variables

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Which of the following graph represents ?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Point A A = (-4, -2) Point A A = (-4, -2) Point A A = (-4, -2) Point B B = (2,2) Point B B = (2,2) Point B B = (2,2) (2,2) text1 = ” (2,2) “ (-4, -2) text1_1 = ” (-4, -2) “

Image of a Graph Represents a Linear Equation: Choice A

Representing the image of a graph represents a linear equation

b.

Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Point A A = (-1,0) Point A A = (-1,0) Point A A = (-1,0) Point B B = (3,4) Point B B = (3,4) Point B B = (3,4) (3,4) text1 = ” (3,4) “ (-1,0) text1_1 = ” (-1,0) “

Image of a Graph Represents a Linear Equation: Choice B

Representing the image of a graph represents a linear equation

c.

Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Point A A = (-3, -4) Point A A = (-3, -4) Point A A = (-3, -4) Point B B = (5,2) Point B B = (5,2) Point B B = (5,2) (5,2) text1 = ” (5,2) “ (-3, -4) text1_1 = ” (-3, -4) “

Image of a Graph Represents a Linear Equation: Choice C

Representing the image of a graph represents a linear equation

d.

Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, C] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Vector v Vector v: Vector [A, D] Point A A = (-1, -2) Point A A = (-1, -2) Point A A = (-1, -2) Point B B = (4,1) Point B B = (4,1) Point B B = (4,1) (4,1) text1 = ” (4,1) “ (-1, -2) text1_1 = ” (-1, -2) “

Image of a Graph Represents a Linear Equation: Choice D

Representing the image of a graph represents a linear equation

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