ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS V

20/08/19

Subject:MATHS
Which of these is a correct way of calculating 47 × 23?
A
Find 47 × 2 and 47 × 3 and ADD the answers.
B
Find 47 × 20 and 47 × 3 and ADD the answers.
C
Find 47 × 2 and 47 × 3 and MULTIPLY the answers.
D
Find 40 × 20 and 7 × 3 and ADD the answers.

19/08/19

Subject:ENGLISH
Identify the sentence that answers the question given below.


How long will it take to reach the airport from the hotel?
A
The airport is just 4 kms away from the hotel.
B
The hotel is closer to my house than the airport.
C
It's about a 20-minute drive from the hotel to the airport.
D
The airport is outside the city but the hotel is at its centre.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

17/08/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Opposite to Rajghat in Delhi is the National Gandhi Museum, which exhibits documents and objects related to Mahatma Gandhi. Which of these are we likely to find there?
A
images of Gautam Buddha
B
ancient gold coins
C
photographs of the freedom struggle
D
pictures of Rajasthani folk art

CORRECT ANSWER:C

16/08/19

Subject:SCIENCE

This picture shows you the different layers on the earth's crust. On which of these layers do we live?

A
Inner core
B
Inner mantle
C
Outer mantle
D
Crust

Correct Answer: D

15/08/19

Subject:MATHS
6 × 30 = how many times 15?
A
3
B
12
C
30
D
60

CORRECT ANSWER:B

14/08/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Carefully observe the two groups of animals given below.

The best classification for the above groups would be:
A
Group 1 - pet animals Group 2 - wild animals
B
Group 1 - land animals Group 2 - water animals
C
Group 1 - birds Group 2 - fish
D
Group 1 - insects Group 2 – fish

CORRECT ANSWER:B

13/08/19

Subject:MATHS

Mr. Dey took out Rs. 5000 from his bank. He took 40 notes of 50 Rupees each, and the remaining amount in 20-Rupee notes. How many 20-Rupee notes did he take?

A
15
B
100
C
150
D
300

Correct Answer: C

12/08/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose the part of the sentence in the table below which shows a MISTAKE.



The length of my nails
were too long
to leave them
untrimmed.

A
B
C
D

A
The length of my nails
B
were too long
C
to leave them
D
untrimmed

Correct Answer: B

10/08/19

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE

One of India's major irrigation schemes is 'Nagarjunasagar', on the River Krishna. Which of the following states directly benefits from this irrigation scheme?

A
Andhra Pradesh
B
Madhya Pradesh
C
Gujarat
D
Kerala

Correct Answer: A

9/08/19

Subject:SCIENCE

What should Avanika do to avoid tooth decay?
1. Brush her teeth regularly, and after meals.
2. Wear braces on her teeth.
3. Have less sweets and carbonated drinks.
4. Eat more white coloured sweets.

A
only 1 and 2
B
only 1 and 3
C
only 1 and 4
D
only 1, 2 and 3

Correct Answer: B

8/08/19

Subject:MATHS
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:D

7/08/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Which of the following is NOT part of the solar system?
A
earth
B
moon
C
jupiter
D
pole star

CORRECT ANSWER:D

6/08/19

Subject:MATHS
Which circle is two thirds shaded?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

5/08/19

Subject:ENGLISH
Which of these BEST answers the question:

What happened today?
 
A
The chain snapped.
B
I will watch a movie.
C
We are making a scrap book.
D
They laugh at me always.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

3/08/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
You want to gain a better understanding of the history of ancient Egypt. Which of these buildings would you choose to study?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

2/08/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Different soils have different water holding capacities. 50 ml of water was added to equal amounts of clay and humus as shown in the experiment.

What can you conclude from this activity?

A
Both clay and humus hold water equally.
B
Clay holds less water than humus.
C
Water drains off completely from both clay and humus.
D
Clay holds more water than humus.

Correct Answer: D

1/08/19

Subject:MATHS
By how much is 101+202+303+404 greater than 1+2+3+4?

(You need not do the actual addition)
A
100 + 200 + 300 + 400
B
10 + 20 + 30 + 40
C
10 + 10 + 10 + 10
D
1 + 2 + 3 + 4

CORRECT ANSWER:A

31/07/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Translucent objects are those that allow a little light to pass through them. Which of these objects is an example of these?
A
Magnifying lens
B
Mirror
C
Tracing paper
D
Glass of water

CORRECT ANSWER:C

30/07/19

Subject:MATHS

350 multiplied by which of these gives a number between 3000 and 3500?

A
5
B
7
C
9
D
12

Correct Answer: C

29/07/19

Subject:ENGLISH
When the teacher showed the picture of a tiny baby kangaroo, the entire class was 'interested'. But when she showed them the picture of a tiny rat, they were '__________'.
Which of these words is OPPOSITE in meaning to 'interested' and can be used to complete the sentence given above?
A
afraid
B
upset
C
bored
D
unhappy

10/07/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Ramesh was applying paint on the wall during which some of the paint fell on his hands. Instead of using water, Ramesh used kerosene oil to wash his hands. 
Which of the following options explains Ramesh's decision?
A
Kerosene is softer than water.
B
Kerosene smells better than water.
C
Paints dissolve in kerosene and not in water.
D
Kerosene is more easily available than water.

09/07/19

Subject:MATHS
What number should come in place of X?

 
A
2501
B
2510
C
2600
D
2996

08/07/19

Subject:ENGLISH
Choose the sentence with no mistake.
A
Zebra's look very beautiful.
B
Zebras, look very beautiful.
C
Zebras look, very beautiful.
D
Zebras look very beautiful.

06/07/19

Subject:SCOCIAL STUDIES
During the rainy season, the area where Adi lives, got flooded. While making enquiries about the cause of the flood, Adi discovered that the drains were overflowing because they were blocked by garbage. Adi wanted to lodge a complaint with a government body. Adi PROBABLY went to the office of the ____________________________ to file his complaint.
A
Police Commissioner
B
Municipal Corporation
C
Transport Commissioner
D
District Judge

05/07/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Shown here is the picture of an animal called a giant mammoth which used to live on Earth hundreds of years ago. However, today we find no living mammoths left on Earth. Such animals are called extinct animals.



Which of the following could cause the extinction of animals?

1. hunting 
2. pollution
3. destruction of forests
A
only 1
B
only 3
C
only 2 and 3
D
all - 1, 2 and 3

04/07/19

Subject:MATHS
Mansi folded a paper once. Then she cut out a shape from it as shown.



How would the paper look when opened out?
A
B
C
D

03/07/19

Subject:SCIENCE
What could be a possible effect of rapid cutting down of trees in the forests?
A
Increased soil erosion
B
Increase in wildlife population
C
Increase in human population
D
Increase in soil fertility

02/07/19

Subject:MATHS
If we start from 1000 and count in thirties, which of the following numbers will be in the resulting series?
A
1300
B
1200
C
1100
D
1050

01/07/19

Subject:ENGLISH
His pleasing manners make him a very likeable person.

In which word does able mean the SAME as it does in likeable?
A
stable
B
fable
C
breakable
D
constable

29/06/19

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Ravi saw a beautiful dance performance when he went for a South India tour with his parents. This is what he wrote in his diary, ''The dancers had put green and red colored make-up on their faces. They were wearing a large crown like thing on their heads and a large skirt around their waists. All of them were male dancers.'' 

Which dance form has Ravi described?
A
Kathak
B
Kathakali
C
Bharatnatyam
D
Kuchipudi

28/06/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Which of the organs marked in the picture helps to remove wastes from the body?
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

27/06/19

Subject:MATHS
10 millimetres = 1 centimetre
100 centimetres = 1 metre
From this, we can say that:
A
1 metre is 110 times a millimetre.
B
1 centimetre is one tenth of a millimetre.
C
1 metre is one hundredth of a centimetre.
D
1 millimetre is one thousandth of a metre.

26/06/19

Identify the parts of the plant shown in the figure:
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

Subject: SCIENCE

25/06/19

Subject: MATHS

3400 is divisible by
A
10 but not 100.
B
100 but not 10.
C
both 10 and 100.
D
neither 10 nor 100.

24/06/19

Subject: ENGLISH

Choose the sentence with no spelling error.
A
Sheela wanted to iron her crumpeled dress.
B
Everyone likes to have many friends.
C
No one likes to be aloan.
D
Sunday is a holliday for everyone.

22/06/19

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES

Study carefully the map of Australia carefully and identify the region in which the number of big cities is more. 
A
north-eastern Australia
B
south-eastern Australia
C
north-western Australia
D
south-western Australia

21/06/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Look at the following groups

These are divided on the basis of their being
A
Group 1 - food rich in vitamins only Group 2 - body building food
B
Group 1 - energy giving food Group 2 - body building food
C
Group 1 - balanced diet Group 2 - food with mineral salts
D
Group 1 - body building food Group 2 - energy giving food

20/06/19

Subject: MATHS

 

When Mr. Sharma parked his car in the parking lot of a shopping mall, the time stamped on his ticket was 11:12 AM. When he left the mall that afternoon, in order to calculate the parking charges, the security guard at the gate noted the time to be 1:05 PM.


For how much time was Mr. Sharma's car in the parking lot?
A
1 hour and 7 minutes
B
2 hour and 7 minutes
C
1 hour and 53 minutes
D
2 hour and 53 minutes

19/06/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Which of these may be the footprints of a bird?
A
B
C
D

18/06/19

Subject: MATHS

The sum of 2 numbers is 100. By how much will the sum increase if one of
the numbers is increased by 30 and the other is increased by 20?

A 20
B 30
C 50
D 150

13/06/19

Subject: MATHS

A
119
B
117
C
1118
D
718

12/06/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Students of a class were asked to select a source of energy that is ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY. Which among these should they select?
A
Petrol
B
Solar energy
C
Cooking gas
D
Coal

11/06/19

Subject: MATHS

This is part of a biscuit packet wrapper. Which of these can be found out from the information on it?
A
The number of biscuits in this packet.
B
The price of each biscuit
C
The weight of each biscuit
D
The cost per kg of the biscuits

10/06/19

Subject: ENGLISH

Which option is the BEST way to support Megha's statement?

Megha: I love ice cream!

Mithali: Mmmm, _________

 
A
also I!
B
so do I!
C
so am I!
D
I like also!

08/06/19

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES

Shown below are two pictures meant to make heritage tourism popular in a particular state of India. Which state could it be? 




 
A
Madhya Pradesh
B
Assam
C
Maharashtra
D
Tamil Nadu

07/06/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Animals that are active in the night and sleep during the day are called NOCTURNAL. Which of the following is a NOCTURNALanimal?
A
B
C
D

29/05/19

Subject: SCIENCE

During big sports competitions, a special type of watch is used to record the time during the races. Identify the watch used from the figures given below.
A
B
C
D

27/05/19

Subject: MATHS

A solid object , when seen from one side, looks like this:



The same solid, when viewed from top, looks like this:



Which of these shapes could it be?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

27/05/19

Subject: MATHS

I took a lot of time to ______ a clay model of a hand cart for the Social Studies project. But it took my naughty brother a few seconds to _______ it. I don't know what to do now.

Identify the option that BEST COMPLETES the sentence given above with a pair of OPPOSITES.
A
plan and close
B
make and form
C
build and separate
D
create and destroy

CORRECT ANSWER: D

25/05/19

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES

On her way to school, Pinky sees the post box shown here. Almost all post boxes in India are marked with the India Post symbol.

Which one of the following symbols would Pinky see on the post box?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

24/05/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Indu weighed a brinjal and a tomato. She then baked them in a hot oven for about 15 minutes, and weighed them again after that. 
How would their weight have changed, and why?

A
INCREASED, because they absorb heat during baking.
B
INCREASED, because they absorb water from the oven.
C
DECREASED, because they lose water during baking.
D
DECREASED, because a part of them burnt.

Correct Answer: C

23/05/19

Subject: MATHS

Rhea's friend is in a place in Canada where the time is 10 hours 30 minutes behind the local time in India. Rhea called her on a Sunday at 6:30 PM from India. What time was it in Canada?
A
4 PM
B
5 AM
C
8 AM
D
8 PM

CORRECT ANSWER:C

21/05/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Pratixa poured 5 cups of water into an empty bottle. The water level came up to half the height of the bottle as shown here. 


If she wants to fill the bottle to the top, how many MORE cups of water will she require?
A
exactly 5
B
less than 5
C
more than 5
D
We cannot say for sure.

20/05/19

Subject: ENGLISH

Which option completes the sentence below CORRECTLY?
Yesterday, my cousin Anila and I ____________________.

A
built sand castles on the beach
B
builds sand castles on the beach
C
will build sand castles on the beach
D
has built sand castles on the beach

Correct Answer: A

19/05/19

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE

Kirti went with her parents for a safari in the Sahara Desert. Suddenly, they came across a place which had a big pond and many date trees. Kirti was surprised as she always thought that deserts do not have water or greenery. Kirti and her group had probably come across _______________ in the desert.

A
an island
B
a hill station
C
a plateau
D
an oasis

Correct Answer: D

18/05/19

Subject: SCIENCE

See the figure below. It is currently summer at X and winter at Y. Which of these could be the date?

A
December 22nd
B
January 15th
C
May 3rd
D
January 1st

CORRECT ANSWER:D

16/05/19

Subject: MATHS
Dennis is trying to balance a watermelon weighing 2 kg.





Right now, the pan with the watermelon is lower. How much MORE weight should he add to the right pan to balance the watermelon?
A
B
C
D
We cannot add any more weight - the right pan is already heavier.

14/05/19

Subject: SCIENCE

See the flow chart on identification of states of matter given below.
For a substance, the answer to both the questions below were YES.


Which of these could it be?.

A
Ice cubes
B
Water
C
Air
D
Honey

Correct Answer: A

13/05/19

Subject: ENGLISH

Which sentence has a GRAMMAR MISTAKE?

A
My mother told me to put the book back in it's place.
B
Tennis has lost its charm for me since Steffi Graf retired.
C
My neighbour's dog tries to catch its own tail all day long.
D
It's Sunday tomorrow so I will watch my favourite cartoons.

Correct Answer: A

11/05/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

The South Indian state of Kerala is known for its beautiful backwaters. If you visit this region you may find small boats moving across the backwaters. Which of the pictures here shows the backwaters of Kerala?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

10/05/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Saplings planted along streets and roads are often fenced. Why?

A
To provide them shade from the sunlight.
B
To collect rain water.
C
So that stray animals will not eat them.
D
To make them look better.

Correct Answer: C

9/05/19

Subject: MATHS

If 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 = ( * times 8 ) + 8 
Here, * stands for

A
4
B
5
C
6
D
8

Correct Answer: A

8/05/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Two students are trying to measure how high a ball bounces when it is dropped from different heights. They dropped a ball from P and it bounced up till Q. They now have to record two measurements as shown below. Which measurements should they take?

A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

correct answer:A

7/05/19

Subject:MATHS
Which of the following will have the same value as 350 × 10?
A
30 × 50
B
7 × 50
C
500 × 7
D
310 × 5

CORRECT ANSWER:C

6/05/19

Subject:ENGLISH

There has been a __________ change in Tara's behaviour since she started going to the new school. She has become quiet and attentive in classwork.
Which of these words best completes the above sentence?

A
fat
B
tall
C
great
D
hard

Correct Answer: C

4/05/19

Subject:SOCIAL STUDIES

Adi's father was away on a visit to a foreign country. He sent Adi the photograph shown below. He had clicked this picture on a highway in that country. The picture is a traffic sign showing a 'kangaroo crossing'. Which country did Adi's father visit? 

A
Cuba
B
Kenya
C
Australia
D
Bangladesh

Correct Answer: C

3/05/19

Subject:SCIENCE

There is a Full Moon on September 14th. On which date will the New Moon occur?

A
September 21st
B
September 28th
C
October 13th
D
October 31st

Correct Answer: B

2/05/19

Subject:MATHS
The sum of 2 numbers is 250. One of them is greater than 150.

Which of these is definitely true about the other number?
A
It is equal to 100.
B
It has to be less than 100.
C
It has to be greater than 100.
D
It has to be a number between 150 and 250.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

1/05/19

Subject:SCIENCE

From the figure identify the type of food that you need to eat the most.

A
Food that is sweet in taste.
B
Food that is rich in proteins.
C
Food that is rich in minerals
D
Food that gives us energy

Correct Answer: D

30/04/19

Subject: MATHS
Twice a certain number is 58. Four times that number will be
A
4 X 58
B
58 + 4
C
58 X 2
D
8 X 58

CORRECT ANSWER:C

29/04/19

Subject: ENGLISH
In which option is the sound of ''i'' the same in all the words?
A
like, pink, sight, brick
B
spit, drink, island, write
C
spin, kitten, signal, final
D
list, spill, twist, wicked

CORRECT ANSWER:D

27/04/19

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Kirti went with her parents for a safari in the Sahara Desert. Suddenly, they came across a place which had a big pond and many date trees. Kirti was surprised as she always thought that deserts do not have water or greenery. Kirti and her group had probably come across _______________ in the desert.
A
an island
B
a hill station
C
a plateau
D
an oasis

CORRECT ANSWER:D

26/04/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Ram is travelling in a train in a coach next to the engine and Shyam is in the last coach. Assuming both Ram and Shyam have the same hearing power, when the train blows a whistle,

A
both Ram and Shyam would hear the sound equally loud.
B
Ram would hear the sound louder than Shyam.
C
Shyam would hear the sound louder than Ram.
D
Shyam would hear it louder, if it were shriller.

Correct Answer: B

25/04/19

Subject: MATHS

The system of telling the time using 'am' and 'pm' is called the 12 hour clock. Many timetables use the 24 hour clock instead. Study this table:



If the Karnataka Express leaves Itarsi at 0840 hours and reaches Bhusaval at 1310 hours on the same day, how long does it take for this journey?

A
4 hours 30 minutes
B
5 hours 30 minutes
C
6 hours 30 minutes
D
8 hours 40 minutes

Correct Answer: A

24/04/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Riddhi has written down some points about a living thing. They are as follows:

- It cannot move
- It can live for many years
- In the day it can take in carbon dioxide and give out oxygen 

Which of the following organisms might Riddhi be talking about?

A
polar bear
B
fish
C
tortoise
D
neem tree

Correct Answer: D

23/04/19

Subject: MATHS
Two jars, as shown below, are filled with water. 


 


Which of them contains more water?
A
Jar 1, because it is broader than jar 2.
B
Jar 2, because it is taller than jar 1.
C
Both have equal amount of water, because one is broader but the other is taller.
D
We can't say for sure till we measure the amount of water in each jar.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

22/04/19

Subject: ENGLISH
Which set of words is arranged in the correct alphabetical order?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER: C

20/04/19

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE

Arrange the historical events or scenes shown in the paintings below from the oldest to the most recent. 

A
A-B-C
B
C-B-A
C
C-A-B
D
B-A-C

Correct Answer: B

19/04/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Given below is a portion of a notice that appeared in a newspaper.

What kind of pollution is being addressed through this notice?

A
Air pollution
B
Over crowding
C
Noise pollution
D
Water pollution

Correct Answer: C

18/04/19

Subject: MATHS
If 300 ml of water is poured into each of these containers, in which one will the increase in height of the water be maximum?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

17/04/19

Subject: SCIENCE

When Sati opened her lunch box her mouth started watering on seeing the food. Which ORGAN SYSTEM is working here in her body?

A
Mouth
B
Tongue
C
Respiratory system
D
Digestive system

Correct Answer: D

16/04/19

Subject: MATHS

The points 0, 1/2 and 1 are marked on the number line below. 



Which point shows 1/3 on this line?

A
Point P
B
Point Q
C
Point R
D
The point is not shown here. It will be on the right side of 1.

Correct Answer: B

15/04/19

Subject: ENGLISH
Identify the sentence which is CORRECT in every way.

Sunday - every - Rashmi - Veena - and - church - near - house - the - their- go- to
A
Rashmi and Veena every Sunday go to the church near their house.
B
Rashmi and Veena go to the church near their house every Sunday.
C
Every Sunday near the church Rashmi and Veena go to their house.
D
Every Sunday near their house Rashmi and Veena go to the church.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

13/04/19

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE

The images below show the historical places of an Indian city, one from the past and one from the present. Which city is it? 


A
Chandigarh
B
Mumbai
C
Delhi
D
Agra

Correct Answer: C

12/04/19

Subject: ENGLISH

Study the shapes of the beaks and identify which two birds eat the same type of food?

A
1 and 2
B
1 and 4
C
2 and 3
D
2 and 4

Correct Answer: B

11/04/19

Subject: MATHS

Yesterday's Question



If this number triangle is extended, how many numbers will be there in the 8th ROW?

A
8
B
12
C
15
D
17

Correct Answer: C

10/04/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Which of the following statements about plants is FALSE?

A
Plants help maintain the level of oxygen in the atmosphere.
B
All plants supply nutrients and enrich the soil.
C
Plants are the only organisms that produce their own food.
D
Plants help prevent soil erosion.

Correct Answer: B

9/04/19

Subject: MATHS

217 + 398 + 783 - 308 + 7 equals

A
1195.
B
1097.
C
1083.
D
997.

Correct Answer: B

8/04/19

Subject: ENGLISH
Some words are listed below. Which word will appear fourth in the list, if the words are arranged in alphabetical order?
A
climb
B
clung
C
cloud
D
clever

CORRECT ANSWER:C

6/04/19

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE

What does this poster related to the environment encourage people to do?

A
Drink only clean water.
B
Save water for future use.
C
Give more water to animals.
D
Prevent spread of swine flu.

Correct Answer: B

5/04/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Wet clothes are left in the sunlight to dry. What happens to all the water in the wet clothes after a while?

A
All the water drips off.
B
Some water drips off and some condenses.
C
Some water drips off and some evaporates.
D
Some water drips off and some gets absorbed into the clothes.

Correct Answer: C

4/04/19

Subject: MATHS

The width of the rectangular paper sheet shown is half of its length. If an ant takes one complete walk along its edge, how much would it have walked?


A
2.5 cm
B
5 c m
C
7.5 cm
D
15 cm

Correct Answer: D

1/04/19

Subject: ENGLISH

The width of the rectangular paper sheet shown is half of its length. If an ant takes one complete walk along its edge, how much would it have walked?


A
2.5 cm
B
5 c m
C
7.5 cm
D
15 cm

Correct Answer: D

30/03/19

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE

The number of people living in the region of the Ganga plain in North India is very high compared to many other parts of India. The MOST important reason for this can be that

A
the region was very fertile and attracted people to settle there for farming.
B
the region is rich in mineral resources and supports a large number of industries.
C
the region has a large number of religious places that attract people to settle there.
D
the region has the same weather throughout the year, attracting people to live there.

Correct Answer: A

29/03/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Four friends were talking about changes in the shape of the moon. This is what they said.
Arvind: “The moon looks different from different parts of a city on the same night.”

Bina: “We can clearly see the change in the shape of the moon every few days.”

Camy: “The shape of the moon changes only from summer to winter.”

Dravid: “We can see the moon changing shape only once every month.”

Who is correct?

A
Arvind
B
Bina
C
Camy
D
Dravid

Correct Answer: B

28/03/19

Subject: MATHS

Mrs. Roy buys two cauliflowers in the market which the vegetable seller weighs as shown below:



How much did the two cauliflowers (together) weigh?

A
350 g
B
650 g
C
1 kg
D
1 kg 350 g

Correct Answer: B

27/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Reflexes make our bodies react in a certain way to a certain signal, the body reacts in the same way every time the signal is present. Some reflexes have to be learnt. While some happen naturally without any previous learning, such reflexes are called 'natural reflexes.'

Which of the following is a 'natural reflex'?
A
a batsman hitting a ball with a bat
B
clapping hands at the end of a show
C
driving motor vehicles in heavy traffic
D
pulling hand back on touching a hot stove

CORRECT ANSWER:D

26/3/19

Subject:MATHS

The exact value of 1 US dollar compared to the Indian rupee changes from day to day. On a given day, Rs. 288 was worth 6 dollars. How many dollars would Rs. 480 have been worth on that day?

A
8
B
9
C
10
D
12

Correct Answer: C

25/3/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Will you help me make a cardboard house for the Science project?
Which of these words means almost the same as the underlined word in the above sentence?

A
bind
B
route
C
start
D
create

Correct Answer: D

23/3/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Who, among the following, was a ruler or king in the history of India?

A
Ashoka
B
Gautam Buddha
C
Birbal
D
Mangal Pandey

Correct Answer: A

22/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Riddhi has written down some points about a living thing. They are as follows:

- It cannot move
- It can live for many years
- In the day it can take in carbon dioxide and give out oxygen 

Which of the following organisms might Riddhi be talking about?

A
polar bear
B
fish
C
tortoise
D
neem tree

Correct Answer: D

21/3/19

Subject:MATHS

If the string shown here is pulled straight, which one of the following will be the closest approximation of its length?

A
4 cm
B
5 cm
C
7 cm
D
9 cm

Correct Answer: C

20/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Why is it better to wear a white T-shirt than a dark blue T-shirt in the summer?

A
Light-coloured clothes let more air in.
B
Light-coloured clothes prevent sweating.
C
Light-coloured clothes are not as heavy as dark-coloured clothes.
D
Light-coloured clothes reflect more sunlight than dark-coloured clothes.

Correct Answer: D

19/3/19

Subject:MATHS

2 tenths is the same as

A
2×10
B
20/100
C
10/2
D
2/100

Correct Answer: B

18/3/19

Subject:ENGLISH

the - plastic - will - help - in - reducing - use - environment - the - of - protecting
Choose the option in which the SENTENCE is formed CORRECTLY.

A
The use of reducing plastic will help in the environment protection.
B
Reducing the use of plastic will help in protecting the environment.
C
Protecting the use of plastic will help in reducing the environment.
D
Protecting the environment will help in reducing the use of plastic.

Correct Answer: B

16/3/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Archives

During another history lesson, Adi learnt about great and famous people like, Emperor Ashoka, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. He came to the understanding that all of them strongly believed in ____________.

A
Buddhism
B
democracy
C
non-violence
D
industrialisation

Correct Answer: C

15/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Shown here is a view of an open-air auditorium. From where is it being seen?
A
From a raised position behind the audience.
B
From a car while moving.
C
From a seat in the middle of the audience.
D
From a plane flying over the auditorium.

14/3/19

Subject:MATHS

Adding which of the following numbers to 3⁄5 will give a whole number?

A
2
B
53
C
25
D
35

Correct Answer: C

13/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE
1level teaspoon of sugar contains 16 calories and 4g of carbohydrates. Calories here refers to_______________.
A
amount of food
B
a type of nutrient like proteins and carbohydrates
C
proteins the food gives
D
the energy the food contains

CORRECT ANSWER:D

11/3/19

Subject:MATHS

A group of 26 people went to a restaurant. 2 of them sat at a table for two, and all the others occupied tables for four. 

How many tables for four were occupied by them?

(Note: All chairs around a table were occupied.)

A
4
B
6
C
13
D
20

Correct Answer: B

11/3/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose the part of the sentence in the table below which shows a MISTAKE.



The length of my nails
were too long
to leave them
untrimmed.

A
B
C
D

A

The length of my nails

B

were too long

C

to leave them

D

untrimmed

CORRECT ANSWER:B

9/3/19

Subject:SOCIAL STUDIES
One of the objectives of the 'Central Pollution Control Board' is to bring down pollution level in cities of India. How does it bring down the pollution level?
A
by constructing highrise buildings
B
by controlling noise levels
C
by generating more rainfall
D
by increasing the number of vehicles

CORRECT ANSWER:B

8/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Shown here is a CONSTELLATION called Orion. 

What is a constellation?

A
A group of stars which are close to each other.
B
A group of stars which form a pattern when seen from the earth.
C
A group of stars at the same distance from the earth.
D
A solar system consisting of a star and many planets

Correct Answer: B

6/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of the following is a source of light?

A

the Earth

B

a planet

C

a star

D

the Moon`

5/3/19

Subject:MATHS
What is the total value of the notes and coins shown here?

A
Rs 50.55
B
Rs 55.50
C
Rs 65.50
D
Rs 110

CORRECT ANSWER:B

4/3/19

Subject:ENGLISH
In which option is the sound of ''i'' the same in all the words?
A
like, pink, sight, brick
B
spit, drink, island, write
C
spin, kitten, signal, final
D
list, spill, twist, wicked

CORRECT ANSWER:D

2/3/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
In my summer holidays, I want to visit a place that has a beach. Which of these states can I visit?
A
Bihar
B
Tamil Nadu
C
Madhya Pradesh
D
Uttaranchal

CORRECT ANSWER:B

1/3/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of these activities, if done regularly, can help reduce air pollution?

A
Spend very little time outside home.
B
Use only TV or radio for entertainment purposes.
C
Walk or use bicycles to go to nearby places.
D
Burn all the garden waste in an open space at least once a week.

Correct Answer: C

27/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Some shapes fit into each other and can be arranged together and can be arranged without leaving gaps in between and without overlapping.
For example a number of squares and triangles can be stitched together as shown and formed into a table cloth without gaps in between

Some shapes cannot be stitched together without folding, to form a table cloth without gaps in between.

Which of these pairs of shapes can also be used to stitch a table cloth without gaps in between and without folding the pieces?
A
B
C
D

27/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Choose the appropriate unit to indicate the distance between Delhi and Chennai.

A

Kilometers

B

Kiloliters

C

Millimeters

D

Milliliters

CORRECT ANSWER:A

26/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Look at the number pattern shown below.

The sum of two neighbouring numbers is the number just above them. Look at the shaded part in the figure here. The sum of 20 and 30, that is 50, is written just above them. 


Pratik is making a pattern that follows the same rule. He has filled in some numbers. 

What number comes in the shaded rectangle?

A

10

B

20

C

30

D

40

CORRECT ANSWER:B

25/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH
Which of the following words rhymes with ''cow''?
A
cough
B
rough
C
plough
D
though

22/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

The windows shown in the figure face the west. Which of the following correctly shows the position of the shadow in the morning?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:C

21/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

The picture below shows three friends Amar, Akbar and Anthony. Amar is shorter than Akbar. Anthony is fatter than Akbar. 



Which list names the friends correctly?

A

1- Amar, 2- Akbar, 3- Anthony

B

1- Akbar, 2- Anthony, 3- Amar

C

1- Anthony, 2- Akbar, 3- Amar

D

1- Amar, 2- Anthony 3- Akbar

CORRECT ANSWER:B

20/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Many train engines have a V-shaped structure on top, which is connected to wires above it.


What is the use of these wires?
A
They are pipelines that provide petrol to the train engine.
B
They provide support to the train so that it does not fall off.
C
They supply electric current that makes the train engine run.
D
They are used by the drivers to give signal to the nearby stations.

19/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Rajdeep subtracted a 2-digit number from 545. Which of these COULD be the answer that he obtained?

A

89

B

323

C

465

D

543

CORRECT ANSWER:C

18/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which sentence has a GRAMMAR MISTAKE?

A

My mother told me to put the book back in it's place.

B

Tennis has lost its charm for me since Steffi Graf retired.

C

My neighbour's dog tries to catch its own tail all day long.

D

It's Sunday tomorrow so I will watch my favourite cartoons.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

16/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Observe this map of ancient civilizations that existed about 3000 to 5000 years ago. You can see that ancient civilizations settled down near large rivers.
What could be a possible reason for this?
A
It was easier to find other regions to trade with.
B
It was easier to find fresh water and fertile land.
C
It was easier to construct roads near large rivers.
D
It was easier to find more gold near large rivers.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/2/19

Subject: SCIENCE

At which of these times would a plant be making its own food?

A
9:00 AM
B
3:00 AM
C
8:00 PM
D
At all times of the day and night.

Correct Answer: A

14/2/19

Subject: MATHS

Rama bought 250 g of carrots for Rs. 8. What is the price of 1 kg of carrots?

A
Rs. 2
B
Rs. 12
C
Rs. 16
D
Rs. 32

Correct Answer: D

13/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Shyam took out a bottle of cold water from the fridge, wiped it dry and left it on the table. A few minutes later he found water droplets on the outside of the bottle. Which process leads to the formation of the droplets.
A
Precipitation
B
Evaporation
C
Condensation
D
Filtration

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Vidya arranged some triangular tiles to make the shape shown below. 

No tiles overlap each other. Which of these could be the number of tiles she used?

A

1

B

2

C

3

D

(It is not possible to join triangular tiles to make the shape.)

CORRECT ANSWER:C

11/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of the following spellings is CORRECT?

A

believe

B

recieve

C

neice

D

sieze

CORRECT ANSWER:A

9/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Look at the squares marked out. What are these vehicle drivers indicating? 

A

They are going to stop.

B

They are going to turn left.

C

They are going to slow down.

D

They are going to overtake another vehicle.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

8/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

From where do fish in the sea get oxygen to breathe?

A

Fish do not need oxygen to breathe.

B

Fish get oxygen from the sea weeds.

C

Fish breathe the oxygen dissolved in water.

D

Fish come up to the surface of the water to breathe.

Correct Answer: C

7/2/19

Subject:MATHS

340 × 703 is the same as

A

34 × 7030.

B

34 × 7300.

C

304 × 730.

D

34 × 73 × 100.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

6/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

When we inhale, we breathe in air into the lungs.
What do we breathe out when we exhale?

A

only oxygen gas

B

only carbon dioxide gas

C

air that has more oxygen than inhaled air

D

air that has more carbon dioxide than inhaled air

CORRECT ANSWER:D

5/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Look at the two balances below. 

- 4 identical cubes balance a packet of milk as shown in figure 1.
- 2 of the 4 cubes balance the weight of 1 kg as shown in figure 2.
1 kg weights like the one on the left pan in figure 2 above are used to balance the milk packet.
Which of the following will be true?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

4/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of these words are OPPOSITE in MEANING to each other?

A

drop and fall

B

sharp and fine

C

dived and jumped

D

spoil and mend

CORRECT ANSWER:D

2/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these cause harm to marine animals if you throw them into the sea?
A
mud
B
pebbles
C
plastic bags
D
banana peels

1/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

The mirror in the bathroom often clouds up while having a hot-water bath. Which of these explains this observation correctly? 

A
The carbon dioxide in our breath cools on touching the surface of the mirror.
B
The oxygen in the atmosphere cools on touching the surface of the mirror.
C
The water from the shower falls on the surface of the mirror.
D
Water vapour from the shower cools on touching the surface of the mirror.

Correct Answer: D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

31/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Giri had 53 stamps. He pasted them in an album. Each row in the album can contain at the most 9 stamps. He made as many rows of 9 stamps as possible. 
How many stamps will be left with him?

A

5

B

8

C

9

D

44

30/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

In many parts of the world, the source of water is far away from the homes of people. A lot of time and energy gets used to transport water for household use. 
Shown here is an image of a boy transporting water to his house. He is using an invention called a 'Q-drum'. It is made of plastic and can hold 50 litres of water.

In the image below you can see what a 'Q-drum' looks like inside.

What makes it easier to transport water in a 'Q-drum' than in a pot that is carried on the head?

A

its size

B

its shape

C

its weight

D

its colour

Correct Answer: B

29/1/19

Subject:MATHS

 stands for a digit LESS THAN 5. Which of these numbers is the largest?

A

600

B

999

C

678

D

695

CORRECT ANSWER:B

28/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of these words BEST describes a pet dog, which wags its tail at anyone it sees?

A

funny

B

honest

C

friendly

D

faithful

CORRECT ANSWER:C

26/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

In which city of India would you find these monuments?

A

Delhi

B

Mumbai

C

Chennai

D

Bangalore

CORRECT ANSWER:B

25/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Here is a picture of a baby crocodile hatching from its egg.

From where does the baby crocodile get food while it is growing inside the egg?

A

A baby crocodile does not need food.

B

The mother feeds the baby crocodile with milk.

C

The egg has food stored for the baby crocodile.

D

The baby crocodile can make its own food.

Correct Answer: C

24/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Farhan and Peter, both had a bar of chocolate each.
Farhan ate {frac(1/4)} of his bar of chocolate. Peter ate {frac(1/2)} of his bar of chocolate.

But they both ate the same amount of chocolate as shown above. When is this possible?

A

when both the bars of chocolate are of the same size

B

when Farhan's bar of chocolate is larger than that of Peter's

C

when Farhan's bar of chocolate is smaller than that of Peter's

D

(This is not possible.)

Correct Answer: B

23/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

In the food chains shown below, each arrow points from the food to the consumer.

Which of these could be a grasshopper?