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26. Constellation is:
(A) Classification of stars satellites
(B) Classification of stars
(C) Patterns or groups of stars in the sky
(D) Patterns or groups of satellites in the sky
27. The sun takes years to travel around the galaxy.
(A) One hundred years
(B) One millions years
(C) 225 million years
(D) 225 years
28. Days and nights are equal throughout the year at:___________.
(A) North America
(B) South Africa
(D) North Pole
29. Celestial body that affects tides of oceans is:
30. Huge cloud of gas and dust In universe is called:
31. Outer surface of the sun is called:
32. Sun’s diameter is:
(A) 3 million Km
(B) 2.5 million Km
(C) 1.4 million Km
(D) 1 million Km
33. The largest planet is:
34. The continuous movement of continents is called Continental:
35. The layer of atmosphere in which we live is called_________.
“None of above” option is not available here. However, All options are wrong. The troposphere is the lowest layer of the atmosphere. This is the layer where we live and where weather happens. Temperature In this layer generally decreases with height. The boundary , between the stratosphere and the troposphere is called the tropopause.
36. Study of fingerprints is called:
37. Which rocks make the earth’s surface or crust:
(D) All of these
38. Area in a desert where there is sufficient water for plants is called:
(C) Green desert
39. Plate tectonics theory explains the movements of_________.
40. Silicon is also called:
(A) Stone Maker
(B) Ocean Maker
(C) Earth Maker
(D) Mountain Maker
41. Days and nights are equal all the year at:
(A) New York
42. When Magma reaches the surface it is called:
(A) Moller magma
(D) Igneous lava
43. Which star is known as the Constant Star?
(B) Canopus star
(C) North star
(D) The sun
Note: A pole star is a visible star, preferably a prominent one, that is approximately aligned with the Earth’s axis of rotation; that is, a star whose apparent position is close to one of the celestial poles, and which lies approximately directly overhead when viewed from the Earth’s the North Pole or the South Pole. A similar concept also applies to planets other than the Earth. In practice. The term pole star usually refers to Polaris, which is the current northern pole star. also known as the North Star.
44. Which area is known as World’s earthquake belt?
(A) Pacific ring of fire
(B) Andes Range
(C) Sharm-ei-Sheikh. Egypt
(D) Central and Atlantic Ridge
45. Which of the following is the physics law of moments?
(A) The product of clockwise moments is equal to the product of anti-clockwise moments
(B) The sum of clockwise moments is equal to the sum of anticlockwise moments
(C) The product of clockwise moments is equal to the value of anti-clockwise moments
(D) The sum of clockwise moments equal to the value of anti-clockwise moments.
46. Which chemical element has properties of a metal and non-metals?
47. Which tube extends from mouth to anus?
(A) Alimentary canal
(B) Root canal
(C) Basic canal
(D) Back canal
48. Where is the bile stored and intermittently released into the small intestine to aid digestion?
(C) Gail Bladder
49. Blood circulates in which parts of the body?
(D) All of these
50. Which blood group is a Universal Donor?
(A) Group A
(B) Group B
(C) Group AB
(D) Group O negative
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