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  • 1. Matter in Our Surroundings - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. A gas has
    a) definite volume and no definite shape
    b) no definite volume no definite shape
    c) definite shape and volume
    d) definite shape but no definite volume

    2. Which one of the following statement is correct in respect of fluids:
    a) only gases behave as fluids
    b) gases and solids behave as fluids
    c) gases and liquids behave as fluids
    d) only liquids are fluids

  • 2. Is Matter Around Us Pure - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. One of the following is a solid foam. This one is:
    a) butter
    b) bread
    c) shaving cream
    d) ruby

    2. To separate the various coloured pigments present in a substance which method is used?
    a) Evaporation
    b) sublimation
    c) Centrifugation
    d) Chromatography

  • 3. Atoms and Molecules - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. Calculate the weight of 2.5 gram moles of oxygen.
    a) 70 g
    b) 90 g
    c) 80 g
    d) 50 g

    2. During the formation of an ionic bond the atom that receives electrons is the atom with :
    a) higher electronegativity
    b) lower oxidation number
    c) higher ionisation energy
    d) lower electronegativity

  • 4. Structure of the Atom - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. The correct electronic configuration of a chloride ion is:
    a) 2, 8
    b) 2, 8, 4
    c) 2, 8, 8
    d) 2, 8, 7

    2. Bohrs model of atom explains
    a) Zeeman effect
    b) Heisenbergs principle
    c) Stark effect
    d) none of these

  • 5. The Fundamental Unit Of Life - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. The supporting frame work of a cell consists of:
    a) Microtubules
    b) Microfilaments
    c) None of these
    d) Both a and b

    2. Unicellular organisms take in oxygen and pass out carbon dioxide through
    a) diffusion
    b) exosmosis
    c) endosmosis
    d) active transport

  • 6. Tissues - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. Nerve fiber differ from muscle fibres in having:
    a) Mycofibrils
    b) Sacrolemma
    c) Striations
    d) Dendrites

    2. Plasma content of blood is
    a) 0%
    b) 1%
    c) 1%
    d) 1%

  • 7. Diversity in Living Organisms - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. Algae are similar to plants and were classified together because:
    a) they have true leaves, stems and roots
    b) they make their own food through photosynthesis
    c) they produce seeds
    d) they do not prepare their own food by themselves

    2. In bionomial name, which is written in capital ?
    a) first alphabet of generic name
    b) all alphabets of generic word
    c) first alphabet of apecific word
    d) all alphabets of specific word

  • 8. Motion - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. Question: If you are travelling with a velocity of 20 m/s, how long will you take to travel 600 m?
    a) 25 s
    b) 30 s
    c) 25 min
    d) 2.8 s

    2. A bus moving along a straingh line at 20 m/s undergoes an acceleration of 4 m/s2. After 2 seconds, its speed will be:
    a) 8 m/s
    b) 12 m/s
    c) 16 m/s
    d) 28 m/s

  • 9. Force and Laws of Motion - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. When a hanging carpet is beaten with a stick, the dust particles start coming out of it. This phenomenon can be best explained by making use of:
    a) Newton third law of motion
    b) Newton law of gravitation
    c) Newton first law of motion
    d) Newton second law of motion

    2. By applying a force of 1 N, one can hold of approximate mass:
    a) 10 kg
    b) 100 g
    c) 100 mg
    d) 10 g

  • 10. Gravitation - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. The density of water is 100 kg/m3 and the density of copper is 8900 kg/m3. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
    a) The density of a certain volume of copper/The density of the same volume of water = 8.9
    b) The volume of a certain mass of copper/The volume of the same mass of water = 8.9
    c) The weight of a certain volume of copper /The weight of the same volume of water = 8.9
    d) The mass of a certain volume of copper/The mass of the same volume of water = 8.9

    2. A feather and a coin released simultaneously from the same height do not reach the ground at the same time because of the _______.
    a) force of gravitation
    b) resistance of the air
    c) force of gravity
    d) difference in mass

  • 11. Work and Energy - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. Two bodies of unequal masses possess the same  K.E. Then the heavier mass will have :
    a) greater momentum
    b) less momentum
    c) the same momentum
    d) greater speed

    2. A microphone converts:
    a) electrical energy into sound energy in ordinary telephone
    b) microwave energy into sound energy in a mobile phone
    c) sound energy into mechanical energy in a stereo system
    d) sound energy into electrical energy in public address system

  • 12. Sound - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. In an experiment with different tuning forks in different media, (data is recorded) as follows:
     
        Medium        Frequency         Wavelength    
    1512 Hz0.6 m
    2480 Hz1.0 m
    3256 Hz2.5 m

    Density of the medium in decreasing order is:
    a) 3, 2, 1
    b) 2, 3, 1 
    c) 1, 2, 3
    d) 3, 1, 2

    2. Two waves produced by different sources are represented by:
    y1 = A sin 200 pi t
    and y2= A sin 208 pi t where,  y1 and y2 are displacements and (A) is the amplitude of the two waves.
    The usual equation of a wave is given by:
    y = A sin 2 pi ft.
    If these two waves are sounded and heard simultaneously we would observe :
    a) 8 beats in every second
    b) 4 beats in every seconds
    c) resonanace
    d) destructive interference

  • 13. Why do we Fall ill - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. Which of the following is a cause for elephantiasis ?
    a) Leishmania
    b) It is genetic in origin
    c) Mastodonia gigantica
    d) Wucheria bancroftii

    2. AIDS cannot be transmitted by
    a) breast feeding
    b) blood transfusion
    c) hugs
    d) sexual contact

  • 14. Natural Resources - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. One of the following factors does not lead to soil formation in nature
    a) sunlight
    b) water
    c) wind
    d) polythene bags

    2. Solar radiation heat - up
    a) land faster than the water bodies
    b) land slower than the water bodies
    c) equally both land and water bodies
    d) neither land nor water bodies

  • 15. Improvement in Food Resources - Quiz


    SAMPLE QUESTIONS


    1. Polutry farming is undertaken to raise following
    (i) egg production
    (ii) feather production
    (iii) chicken meat
    (iv) meat production
    a) (i) and (ii)
    b) (i) and (iii)
    c) (ii) and (iii)
    d) (iii) and (iv)

    2. The component that causes eutrophication is:
    a) Compost
    b) Fertilizer
    c) Vermicompost
    d) Green manure