NTSE Stage-2 (National-Level) Scholastic-Aptitude & Language Comprehension: Questions 785 - 788 of 816

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Question number: 785

» Chemistry » Acid Bases and Salt

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Matching-Pair▾

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Find matching pair:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Lemon

Citric acid

b.

Bauxite

Aluminum oxide

c.

Sting

Acetic acid

d.

Both a. and b. are correct

Question number: 786

» Geography » Maps and Globe

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Stars of big dipper and small dipper

Stars of Big Dipper and Small Dipper

Which of the above represent pointer stars?

(i) 1 and 2

(ii) 3 and 4

(iii) 4 and 5

(iv) 1 and 3

(v) 2 and 4

(vi) 6

Then the correct option is

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

(i) and (iv)

b.

(ii), (iii) and (iv)

c.

Only (i)

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 787

» Chemistry » Periodic Classification of Elements

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Appeared in Year: 2013

MCQ▾

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A metal carbonate X on treatment with a mineral acid liberates a gas, which when passed through aqueous solution of a substance Y gives back X. The substances Y on reaction with the gas obtained at anode during electrolysis of brine gives a compound Z which can decolourise coloured fabrics. The compounds X, Y and Z respectively are

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

b.

c.

d.

Question number: 788

» Physics » Magnetism & Electricity at Work

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Appeared in Year: 2013

MCQ▾

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Consider a simple circuit containing a battery and three identical incandescent bulbs A, B and C. Bulb A is wired in parallel with bulb B and this combination is wired in series with bulb C. What would happen to the brightness of the other two bulbs if bulb A were to burn out?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Bulb B would get brighter and bulb C would get dimmer

b.

Only bulb B would get brighter

c.

There would be no change in the brightness of either bulb B or bulb C

d.

A and B would get brighter

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