ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS VI

19/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Gargi placed some straws as shown here.

Which of these straws are at right angles to each other?

A

straw 1 and straw 2

B

straw 1 and straw 3

C

straw 2 and straw 4

D

straw 3 and straw 4

18/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which expression completes the sentence correctly?
There is a very big traffic jam and we will not reach the party in time, but______________.

A

better safe than sorry

B

better late than never

C

better to be sure than sorry

D

better to sit still than rise and fall

CORRECT ANSWER:B

16/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Shown here is the outline map of Africa. In the place marked with ''?'' you would find the _____________________.
A
Red Sea
B
Indian Ocean
C
Pacific Ocean
D
Mediterranean Sea

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/2/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Solid, liquid and gas are the three states of matter. The state of which of the following substances is the same as that of iron block?

1. talcum powder
2. wooden cube
3. water

A
only 1
B
only 3
C
only 1 and 2
D
all - 1, 2 and 3

Correct Answer: C

14/2/19

Subject: MATHS

The heights of some trees have been measured.

HeightTree 1400 cmTree 25 m 350 cmTree 36 m 200 cmTree 47 m

Which tree is the tallest?

A

Tree 1

B

Tree 2

C

Tree 3

D

Tree 4

13/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Kaustubh and his friends were asked to draw a figure of the earth with people on it. Here is what each one of them has drawn.

Who has drawn it correctly?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/2/19

Subject:MATHS

The figure below represents the number of boys and girls in a class of 48.

What is the number of GIRLS in the class?

A

4

B

12

C

30

D

36

CORRECT ANSWER:D

11/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of these sentences has two words which are almost OPPOSITE in meaning to each other?

A

Shyam is a timid boy and his brother, Mohan, is very shy.

B

Vidhi and Brinda are great dancers; they are both expressive and graceful.

C

Harry Potter is an ordinary boy who goes to a magical school called Hogwarts.

D

Raghu and Meenu became the school prefects due to their hard work and sincerity.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

9/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Shown here is the drawing of a place in Nagpur. Look at it very carefully.

Which of the maps show the above place correctly?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

8/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Some diseases or conditions can be detected by a blood test. For detection of which of the following is a blood test used?

A

only 1

B

only 1 and 3

C

only 1, 2 and 3

D

all - 1, 2, 3 and 4

Correct Answer: C

7/2/19

Subject:MATHS

In which of the following are the decimal fractions arranged from the smallest to the largest?

A

2.5, 2.03, 2.07

B

2.03, 2.5, 2.07

C

2.03, 2.07, 2.5

D

2.07, 2.03, 2.5

6/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Hema wants to climb a snow mountain in her holidays and Jalaja wants to dive deep to see sunken ships.
Which equipment shown here will be COMMON for their adventures?

A

B

C

D

Correct Answer: C

5/2/19

Subject:MATHS

A jar contains some marbles. {frac(1/2)} of the marbles are blue. 3 BLACK marbles are added to the jar. 

What fraction of marbles in the jar are BLUE NOW?

A

{frac(1/2)}

B

less than {frac(1/2)}

C

more than {frac(1/2)}

D

(cannot be said as the number of marbles in jar is not known)

4/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

''After a huge fight, Neeti and Sheel had a heart-to-heart talk. Soon they resolved all their misunderstandings.''
Replace the expression ''had a heart-to-heart talk'' with the MOST SUITABLE option.

A

talked in soft tones with each other for a long time

B

decided to stop fighting and become friends again

C

honestly discussed their problems with each other

D

began to talk about other things to avoid getting angry

CORRECT ANSWER:C

2/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
. Located in Uttar Pradesh, Agra district

. Built during the 16th century by Emperor Akbar

. Has one of the largest mosques in India, the Jama Masjid

. Also has other important monuments like the Bulund Darwaza and Raja Birbal's House


Which place is being described here?
A
Fatehpur Sikri
B
Lucknow
C
Allahabad
D
Shahjahanpur

CORRECT ANSWER:A

1/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Alum is a chemical that is used in water treatment plants. It helps by_______________.

A
filtering the water and removing the larger particles
B
killing the bacteria and viruses present in dirty water
C
attracting fine dust particles in water and making them settle down
D
adding some special chemicals to the water that improve its taste

Correct Answer: C

31/1/19

Subject:MATHS

6 and 8 are factors of a number, whereas 72 and 96 are its multiples. Which of these COULD be this number?

A

16

B

24

C

48

D

192

CORRECT ANSWER:B

30/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Binita read about a nearby city affected by an earthquake in the newspaper. She wants to help them by sending something which is useful to the people affected by the earthquake.

Which of the following will be MOST useful to them?

A

only 1 and 2

B

only 1 and 3

C

only 2 and 3

D

only 3 and 4

CORRECT ANSWER:A

29/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Girija has balanced some bags of marbles as shown below. Each marble weighs the same.

Which of these expressions can be used to find the number of marbles in the bag marked M?

A

28 + 15 + 9

B

28 + 15 - 9

C

28 - 15 + 9

D

28 - 15 - 9

CORRECT ANSWER:B

28/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

There were so many mistakes in my report that I had to start from scratch! 
What does ''to start from scratch'' mean as used in the sentence above?

A

to start cutting out errors

B

to correct all the mistakes

C

to rewrite the untidy parts

D

to redo something completely

CORRECT ANSWER:D

26/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

A tour bus starting from Delhi takes this route on a 10-day journey.

What could be the theme of this journey?

A

northern wildlife parks

B

Buddhist pilgrimage sites

C

ancient textile producing areas

D

Indo-Islamic heritage buildings

CORRECT ANSWER:B

25/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE



Karthik was driving in the direction of the arrow (on the road) in the map. He saw a signboard on the road(marked in the map). Which of these signs are you likely to find at the signboard in the map?

A

 

B

C

 

D

Correct Answer: C

24/1/19

Subject:MATHS

John and Raju bought a cake each. Both cakes were identical.
i) John cut his cake to make 12 equal pieces and took 4 pieces for himself.
ii) Raju cut his cake into 15 equal pieces and took 5 pieces for himself.

Who took a larger share of the cake?

A

Raju

B

John

C

(Raju and John took equal share.)

D

(can't say from the information provided)

Correct Answer: C

23/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Here is a diagram that shows how a plant treats (processes) toilet waste. Many such plants are used in India and abroad.

Which of the following can be concluded from this?

A

Biogas can be produced only from toilet waste.

B

Proper planning can utilise most of the toilet waste.

C

Biogas can be used only for the production of electricity.

D

The water that is finally used for gardening is not part of the toilet waste.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

22/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Swami had these number cards.

USING THESE NUMBER CARDS he formed the nearest possible number to 20,000. Which of these is Swami's number?

A

12359

B

19532

C

21359

D

23159

CORRECT ANSWER:B

19/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of the following is an example of how geography directlyaffects historical development?
A
The ancient civilizations of both Egypt and the Indus Valley flourished near rivers.
B
Inca art in in South America developed geometric designs commonly seen on textiles.
C
Both North America and India had revolutions that overthrew the British monarchy.
D
Democracy first originated in ancient Greece before it was established anywhere else.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

18/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Sujata had 4 metal rods of the same size and shape. The metals were - iron, steel, copper and silver. She stuck wax pieces on each of them. She then heated each of them as shown here and noted down the time it took for all the wax pieces to melt and fall off the rod. 


Which of the following was she trying to find out?

A
Why does wax melt when it is heated?
B
Which metal conducts heat the fastest?
C
Can a candle flame melt large amounts of wax?
D
Does a metal rod help to make a candle burn faster?

Correct Answer: B

17/1/19

Subject:MATHS

2 added 3 times gives 6. 
(2 + 2 + 2 = 6)
Similarly, if 13 is added 101 times, the resulting number will be

A

114.

B

a factor of 13.

C

a multiple of 13.

D

a prime number.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

16/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Two objects can have the same mass if they ________________.

A

have the same shape

B

have the same colour

C

cover the same area

D

contain same amount of matter

CORRECT ANSWER:D

15/1/19

Subject:MATHS

The sum of the 10 numbers from 501 to 510 is 5055.
501 + 502 +...+ 509 + 510 = 5055
What is the sum of the 10 numbers 500 + 501 + 502 +...+ 508 + 509?

A

5055 - 2

B

5055 - 10

C

5055 - 510

D

5055 + 500

CORRECT ANSWER:B

13/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Harish looks up to his athletic sister, Madhu. Choose the option that conveys the SAME meaning as this sentence.

A

Harish respects Madhu.

B

Harish depends upon Madhu.

C

Harish hates Madhu.

D

Harish understands Madhu.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

12/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
It is India's most important investigating agency, responsible for a wide variety of criminal and national security matters. It has to investigate major crimes in the country like murder, kidnapping, terrorism, smuggling, and crimes committed by the mafia or underworld. Which of the following is it?
A
Indian Army (IA)
B
Border Security Force (BSF)
C
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
D
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

CORRECT ANSWER:D

11/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Given is a picture of a snake's skeleton showing its jaw. You can see that the snake can open its jaw very wide.

Such jaws enable snakes to _________________________.

A
eat more food through the year
B
hold onto two prey animals at a time
C
break through barks of trees that they climb
D
grab and hold bigger animals before swallowing

Correct Answer: D

10/1/19

Subject:MATHS

What fraction of the shape is shaded?

A

{frac(2/8)}

B

{frac(2/6)}

C

{frac(2/4)}

D

{frac(2/3)}

CORRECT ANSWER:A

9/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

In the map shown below, the whole of India is classified into earthquake zones from zone 1 to zone 5, where zone 1 will be the LEAST likely to have an earthquake and zone 5 will be the MOST likely to have an earthquake.

Which city among the following is MOST likely to have earthquakes?

A

Patna

B

Srinagar

C

Bangalore

D

Gandhinagar

CORRECT ANSWER:B

8/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Shown here is a subtraction problem. A 2-DIGIT number is subtracted from 573.


Which of these numbers should come at the TENS place of the number subtracted, so that the answer to this problem is the maximum?

A

1

B

6

C

7

D

9

CORRECT ANSWER:A

7/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose the word OPPOSITE in MEANING to the underlined word and complete the sentence.
To destroy an old toy all you need is anger, but to ____ a new one requires real talent.

A

create

B

select

C

gather

D

connect

5/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

If you arranged these options in the order they happened, which one would you put first?

A

Indus valley civilization

B

Akbar becomes emperor

C

Mauryan dynasty established

D

birth of Siddhartha Gautama

CORRECT ANSWER:A

4/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Jagruti put up a picture of a tiger on a board.



She then held a coin between her face and the picture and saw how the photo looked (shown below).



If she moves the coin away from her face and towards the photo, and looks at the photo, how much of the tiger's face will be seen?

(Note: She does not move from her position while doing this and keeps the coin between her eyes and the photo.)

A

less

B

more

C

the same

D

We cannot say for sure without knowing the exact size of the coin.

Correct Answer: B

3/1/19

Subject:MATHS

As per the data with The World Bank, the population of Sweden was more than 90 lakhs in 2009. Which of these could be the population?

A

91652

B

905792

C

1014562

D

9302123

CORRECT ANSWER:D

2/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Look at the following things:


Which of the above take up space and also have some weight?

A

only rocks, salt and powder

B

only water, rocks, salt and powder

C

only water, rocks, salt, powder and steam

D

All the things in the figure take up space and have weight.

Correct Answer: D

1/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Keshav has got some 5-rupee coins and their total weight is 360 g. The weight of a 5-rupee coin is 9 g.
How much MONEY does he have?

A

Rs 45

B

Rs 72

C

Rs 200

D

Rs 360

CORRECT ANSWER:C

31/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

In which of the following is the sound of the letters ''ea'' the SAME as in the word ''near'' .

A

neat

B

heap

C

dear

D

bear

CORRECT ANSWER:C

29/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Roti, vegetables and meat formed the staple diet of the people of Mohenjodaro. After 4000 years when archaeologists dig their houses, which of these food evidences are they likely to find?

A

pieces of naan

B

vessels of cooked rice

C

bones

D

a variety of vegetables

CORRECT ANSWER:C

28/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of the following correctly represents the shape of the Earth and the position of people living on Earth?
(In all the figures, the arrow refers to the direction in which we are getting pulled towards the Earth.)
(----- represents the surface of the Earth)

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:C

27/12/18

Subject:MATHS

If  - 2 = 23, what is  + 2?

A

21

B

23

C

25

D

27

CORRECT ANSWER:D

26/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Shown here is a sunflower plant. 

Ruhani collected seeds from this plant and sowed them. Which of the following characteristics of the parent plant will most likely be seen in the new sunflower plants that will grow?

A

only 1

B

only 3

C

only 1 and 2

D

all - 1, 2 and 3

CORRECT ANSWER:C

25/12/18

Subject:MATHS

The difference between two numbers is 100. The smaller of the two numbers is decreased by 10 and the larger one is increased by 20. What will the NEW difference be?

A

70

B

80

C

110

D

130

Correct Answer: D

24/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

Did not you want to leave early yesterday?
How will you change the question to make it GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT?

A

Did you want to leave early not yesterday?

B

Did you not want to leave early yesterday?

C

Yesterday did not you want to leave early?

D

The sentence is correct, it requires no change.

Correct Answer: B

22/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

It acted as an important naval base for the British in the 17th century. It boasts of a long beach which is part of the Bay of Bengal. It has been renamed recently. It is situated in the southern-most state on the East coast of India. Which Indian city can this be?

A

Panaji

B

Mumbai

C

Chennai

D

Thiruvananthapuram

Correct Answer: C

21/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Did you know that aluminium is a metal that can be recycled very easily? This means that it can be re-used after some treatment. Empty cold drink cans or containers like the one shown here are crushed.

Many such cans are crushed into blocks called 'bales' as shown here.


The bales are then taken to recycling plants where they are recycled.
Why do you think the cans are crushed into bales?

A

The crushed cans take up less space during transportation.

B

The amount of aluminium decreases and waste is reduced.

C

The cans get cleaned as all the dirt gets pushed out of them.

D

The aluminium in the cans is poisonous unless it is crushed.

Correct Answer: A

20/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Elgar made a shape using sticks, 1 unit long, as shown here. 
 
What is the AREA of the shape?

A

6 sq units

B

7 sq units

C

10 sq units

D

12 sq units

CORRECT ANSWER:B

19/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

You must have played with balloons. A balloon is made of a certain type of material. Nikhit blows a balloon and ties it up. Which of the following can pass through the material of this balloon?

A

air

B

dust

C

water

D

sound

CORRECT ANSWER:D

18/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Shubhra thinks of a number. She says ''75 is a multiple of my number and 15 is a factor''.
Which of these numbers is DEFINITELY another multiple of Shubhra's number?
(Note: You need not find Shubhra's number.)

A

20

B

25

C

100

D

300

CORRECT ANSWER:D

17/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

Which word completes the sentence below?

'A tiny insect entered Yadin's eyes when he was riding the cycle in the evening and he ______ his eyes several times.'

A

winked

B

blinked

C

grinned

D

pinched

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these pictures of the river Ganga shows the origin of the river?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

14/12/18

Subject: SCIENCE

Gina wants to check whether cooked seeds or grains can grow in soil. She takes 2 glass bowls with damp soil. She puts 10 uncooked mustard seeds in one and 10 cooked mustard seeds in the other bowl. She keeps both the bowls in the corner of her room. She checks the bowls once a day for 5 days to see whether the plants have grown. 

For the experiment to be correct, what should she do each time she checks the bowls?

A
She should wipe the outer part of each bowl to clear the dust.
B
She should add some water to each bowl if the soil has become dry.
C
She should add some fertilizer to each bowl if the soil does not look dark.
D
She should add some more seeds to each bowl if the seeds cannot be seen.

Correct Answer: B

13/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Urmila is booking an air ticket online. Shown below is a part of her screen.

How long is the journey by a 'J Lite' flight from Bengaluru to Colombo?

A

3 hours and 25 minutes

B

3 hours and 35 minutes

C

8 hours and 25 minutes

D

15 hours and 35 minutes

CORRECT ANSWER:B

12/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Look at this picture below.

Where has the picture been taken from?

A

from the sky

B

from the ground

C

from the top of a tree

D

from the hands of a standing person

CORRECT ANSWER:B

11/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Shown here is an angle.

The measure of the angle is ______________.

A

between 0o and 45o

B

between 45o and 90o

C

between 90o and 135o

D

between 135o and 180o

CORRECT ANSWER:C

10/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose the option that means the SAME as the sentence below.
Even if we are not able to complete the rehearsal, we must all get ready for the play.

A

As we are not able to complete the rehearsal, we must all get ready for the play.

B

Thsunitough we may not be able to complete the rehearsal, we must all get ready for the play.

C

Because we are not able to complete the rehearsal, we must all get ready for the play.

D

When we may not be able to complete the rehearsal, we must all get ready for the play.

CORRECTANSWER:B

8/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
The Mahabodhi Temple Complex in Bodh Gaya is located in the central part of the state of Bihar, in the northeastern part of India. It is one of the earliest temples and was built during the rule of Emperor Ashoka.
With which religious figure is this temple associated?
A
Buddha
B
Mahavira
C
Kabir
D
Ramanuja

CORRECT ANSWER:A

7/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Dolphins don't have gills, they have lungs. To take in air, they have blowholes located on top of their heads. This location gives it an advantage. What is the advantage of having a blowhole on TOP of its head?

A
They are able to breathe only clean air and avoid polluted air.
B
They are able to protect their lungs from underwater germs effectively.
C
They are able to breathe without rising completely above the surface of the water.
D
They are able to give out waste air without mixing it in the water surrounding them.

Correct Answer: C

6/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Vani and Bali are playing a game with a dice with numbers 1 to 6 on it.They take turns to roll the dice. The score of a player is the sum of all the numbers that show up on the dice on each of his turn.
The table below shows Vani's score after each of her first 2 turns.
Bali has rolled 5 at least three times in his first 10 turns. Which of these could be his score just after the 10th turn?

A

21

B

23

C

58

D

59

CORRECT ANSWER:B

5/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Nita put some coins one on top of the other as shown here.


How many 2-rupee coins will she need to make it a 1 cm high stack?

A

only 1 coin

B

around 7 coins

C

around 20 coins

D

around 50 coins

CORRECT ANSWER:B

4/12/18

Subject:Maths

Shown below is an advertisement about a discount offer. According to the offer, the books are sold at a price which is a little more than half the original price. For example, one can buy the book ''Radical Trust'' whose original price is Rs 350, for Rs 190.



What could be the original price of the book ''Shake that Brain''?

A

Rs 170

B

Rs 330

C

Rs 340

D

Rs 350

CORRECT ANSWER:B

3/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

We altered the order of the programmes in our Annual Day function, as the chief guest had to leave early.
What does the word 'altered' mean in the above sentence?

A

reduced

B

changed

C

shortened

D

cancelled

Correct Answer: B

1/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

The geographical regions of lowland Assam, high hills of Darjeeling and Nilgiri range of hills in South India share which of the following features?

A

These regions are rice bowls of India

B

All these are known for tea plantation

C

These are known for their steel industries

D

All these are in union territories of India

 

30/11/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Read the cartoon below and answer the question. 



Why do you think the boy did not fly away with the helium balloon?

A

because the boy did not hold on to the balloon as it flew off

B

because the boy did not jump high enough to fly off with the balloon

C

because the boy was too heavy to be carried away by the balloon's upward force

D

because the string tied to the balloon broke under the downward force of the boy's weight

Correct Answer: C

29/11/18

Subject:MATHS

In an experiment, some pieces of cheese were placed exactly at the centre of a circular maze with certain paths leading to it.

Mickey Mouse enters the maze, gets a piece of cheese, and comes out. Then Maggie Mouse does the same. Each of them follows a different path (as shown in grey in the figure above). Who took a longer path?

A

Mickey

B

Maggie

C

Both of them took paths of equal length.

D

We cannot say anything from the given information.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

28/11/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of the following is/are method(s) of preserving food?

1. freezing of vegetables
2. making pickle with mangoes
3. making sauces with tomatoes
4. washing and cutting vegetables

A

only 2

B

only 2 and 3

C

only 1, 2 and 3

D

all of them

CORRECT ANSWER:C

27/11/18

Subject:Maths

60 can be expressed as the sum of 3 consecutive numbers as follows:

60 = 19 + 20 + 21

90 can be expressed as the sum of 3 consecutive numbers. What is the greatest number of those 3 consecutive numbers?

A

31

B

41

C

43

D

52

CORRECT ANSWER:A

26/11/18

Subject:English

In which of the following is there a phrase meaning ''to investigate or study further''?

A

We agreed to give up the kitten if we did not look after it properly.

B

The judge looked on sadly as his grandson tore the newspaper up.

C

I asked my friend to look at my drawing and not tell the others about it.

D

Mummy promised to look into the chances of going on a longer trip this summer.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

24/11/18

Subject:Social Science
The weather forecast of the Indian Meteorological Department says that heavy rainfall is likely to occur in many parts of Konkan, Marathawada, and Vidharbha. In which of the following states are these regions located?
A
Uttar Pradesh
B
Tamil Nadu
C
Maharashtra
D
Madhya Pradesh

CORRECT ANSWER:C

23/11/18

Subject:Science

Akshay adds an ice block weighing 0.5 kg to 1 kg of water that is kept in a glass vessel in a normal room. After about 10 minutes the vessel will have ______________________.

A
the same quantities of ice and water as at the start
B
no ice and the same quantity of water as at the start
C
all its contents in the form of ice and no water
D
more of water and less of ice than at the start

Correct Answer: D

22/11/18

Subject:Maths

Read the wrapper of a KitKit chocolate bar shown below.

How much 'Sugar' does one get from the KitKit chocolate bar roughly?

A
8 g
B
12 g
C
20 g
D
40 g

Correct Answer: A

21/11/18

Subject:Maths

Feroza wanted to see whether some liquids get heated faster than others. Here are the steps of her experiment.

- Take a fixed amount of liquid in a vessel.
- Heat the vessel for a fixed period of time.
- Measure the temperature of the liquid.

She knows that she has to use two experimental arrangements to compare results. Which of the following should she use for this experiment?

(The dotted lines show the level of liquid in the cup.)

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

20/11/18

Subject:Maths


What is the digit at my tens place?

A
1
B
7
C
8
D
9

Correct Answer: C

19/11/18

Subject:English

Shashank asked, ''Simon, when do you want to go to the park?''
Simon's answers are given below. Choose the sentence with the CORRECT punctuation.

A

Simon replied ''We can go whenever you want.''

B

Simon replied, We can go whenever you want

C

Simon replied, ''We can go whenever you want''

D

Simon replied, ''We can go whenever you want.''

Correcr Answer:D

17/11/18

Subject:Social Science
Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, is known as the 'Silicon Valley of India' because of ___________.
A
its scenic gardens.
B
its film industry.
C
its IT industries.
D
its fashion industry.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

16/11/18

Subject:Science

The heart of an animal must pump blood to the head of the animal and other parts of its body. The greater the distance from the heart to the head, the greater is the blood pressure required. A student copies out the blood pressures of different animals given in a book, into the table below.
One of the entries in the table was copied wrongly. Which one?

A
Dog
B
Frog
C
Snake
D
Giraffe

Correct Answer: D

15/11/18

Subject:Maths

What part of the following figure is shaded?

A
{frac(1/4)}
B
{frac(1/5)}
C
{frac(1/8)}
D
{frac(1/10)}

Correct Answer: C

14/11/18

Subject:Science

Rahel had some wooden blocks of different shapes and sizes. They had different markings or patterns on them. She grouped them as shown below.


Which of the following could she have used to group the blocks?

A

only 2

B

only 3

C

both 1 and 2

D

both 2 and 3

Correct Answer:D

13/11/18

Subject:Maths

The chart given below shows the number of gold medals won by the top ten countries in the 2008 Summer Olympics.

How many of these countries won between 10 and 25 gold medals?

A

3

B

4

C

5

D

6

Correct Answer:C

12/11/18

Subject:English

Our printer has forgotten to put in the correct punctuation. Help it by choosing the option with the correct punctuation.
I think that we can all work on this problem quietly cant we said Anu

A

''I think that we can all work on this problem quietly, can' t we?'', said Anu.

B

''I think that we can all work on this problem quietly can' t we'', said Anu.

C

''I think that we can all work on this problem quietly'' ''Can' t we?'', said Anu.

D

''I think that we can all work on this problem quietly can' t we?'', said Anu.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

10/11/18

Subject:Social Science

The picture below depicts a Jataka story in the monument of Sanchi. Which of the following religions is related to the Jataka stories?

A

Jainism

B

Vedic Religion

C

Buddhism

D

Hinduism

Correct Answer: C

9/11/18

Subject:Maths

The score in a girls' basketball match between two teams - the Tigresses and the Lionesses is recorded as below. The Lionesses' coach found that the team was running much slower than Tigresses and advised them to run harder and faster. Lionesses did as advised and won the match.



The Lionesses team scored MORE POINTS PER MINUTE than the Tigresses for the first time between -

A

the 20th and 25th minute

B

the 25th and 30th minute

C

the 30th and 35th minute

D

the 35th and 40th minute

Correct Answer: A

8/11/18

Subject:Maths

If the line is extended, which of these points will it touch?

A

A

B

B

C

C

D

D

7/11/18

Subject:Science

A birdwatcher sets up a night camp near a lake surrounded by trees. He is interested in finding out about bird species that are 'nocturnal'. Nocturnal birds are birds that are mainly active at night. But he has no special instrument to see things in the dark.

What would be a clear indication to the birdwatcher that he should investigate if there are nocturnal species in the area?

A

sighting of crows on a few trees before 6 PM

B

bird calls recorded at regular intervals from 6 PM to 6 AM

C

detection of nocturnal animals like rats from 6 PM to 6 AM

D

number of bird nests found using flashlights between 6 PM to 6 AM

Correct Answer: B

6/11/18

Subject:Maths
Look at the pattern below.

What is the 38th figure in the pattern?
A
B
C
D

5/11/18

Subject:English

Which option identifies the mistake in the sentence?
He is too active person to do such dull job.

A
is should be changed to was
B
do should be changed to doing
C
a should be added before person and dull
D
the should be added before person and dull

Correct Answer: C

3/11/18

Subject:Social Science

Charisma works in an Advertising Agency in Mumbai. One of Charisma's projects is to promote tourism in Maharashtra through a series of impressive travel brochures on monuments, people, festivals and natural beauty of the state. Which of the following would be a part of Charisma's travel brochure series?

A
The heritage of tribal people of Vindhya hills
B
The splendid architecture of Ajanta and Ellora
C
The Navaratra festival of Saurashtra region
D
The unique one-horned rhino and flood plains

Correct Answer: B

2/11/18

Subject:Science

Look at the picture of the bird shown here.

Which of the following can be found out about THIS bird ONLY by looking at its photograph?

A
whether it is a male or a female
B
whether its parents were taller in height
C
whether it wakes up early every morning
D
whether it has eaten different types of grains

Correct Answer: A

1/11/18

Subject:Maths

Pia, Gauri, Zarna and Yasmin have EQUAL number of pencils. 
Each of them ties their pencils in bundles with each bundle containing the same number of pencils. 
- Pia ties 10 pencils together as a bundle.
- Gauri ties 12 pencils together as a bundle.
- Zarna ties 15 pencils together as a bundle.
- Yasmin ties 20 pencils together as a bundle.

Who has the maximum number of bundles?

A
Pia
B
Gauri
C
Zarna
D
Yasmin

Correct Answer: A

31/10/18

Subject:Science
Heat from the sun can be used to heat seawater and separate it into pure water and other substances normally dissolved in seawater. If you or one of your classmates can develop a very cheap method for doing this, you may win a lot of respect from citizens in many parts of the world.
This is because the method can be enormously useful for ______________________________ _____.
A
killing germs in seawater
B
producing water for drinking
C
making steam that can run ships
D
generating chemicals from seawater

30/10/18

Subject:Maths
Shown below is a solid made of smaller cubes.

Which of these views does the boy in the figure see?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

29/10/18

Subject:English

In which of the following is there a phrase meaning ''to investigate or study further''?

A
We agreed to give up the kitten if we did not look after it properly.
B
The judge looked on sadly as his grandson tore the newspaper up.
C
I asked my friend to look at my drawing and not tell the others about it.
D
Mummy promised to look into the chances of going on a longer trip this summer.

Correct Answer: D

26/10/18

Subject:Social science

Why are some rulers like Asoka called 'the Great' or known as Emperors and not just as kings?

A
Because they encouraged people to trade overseas and spread Indian culture
B
Because they were orthodox and popularised religions like Buddhism
C
Because they united small states into one large territory e.g. Magadha
D
Because they were greatly involved in the welfare of people of their states

Correct Answer: C

25/10/18

Subject:Maths

A candlemaker makes candles in the shape of the cartoon characters Tom (the cat) and Jerry (the mouse). Shown below are the weights of the Tom and Jerry candles.



How many 'Jerry' candles will balance 2 'Tom' candles?

A

1

B

2

C

4

D

8

24/10/18

Subject:Science

The food that we eat is broken down to give us energy for various processes.


When people are very weak, they are given a glucose drip. The glucose is given directly into the blood as shown above, using a drip. It acts as food and helps them get energy even without eating.

Based on how a drip gives us energy, which of the following is probably true about the food that we eat?

A

All the food that we eat is changed into energy directly in our stomach.

B

We can get more energy by eating food that is mixed in water, like soup.

C

Digested food probably enters the blood before we can get energy from it.

D

Some part of the food that we eat is cleaned by our blood before we get energy.

Correct Answer: C

23/10/18

Subject:Maths

Rajesh and Rima have one box each which are open from the top. Measurements of the boxes are given in the figure shown below.


They fill the boxes completely with water. Which of these boxes contain more water?

A

Rima's box because its base is larger.

B

Rajesh's box because its height is more.

C

(Both boxes will contain the same amount of water as their volumes are the same.)

D

(We cannot say any of the above based on the given information.)

CORRECT ANSWER:C

22/10/18

Subject:English

Tomorrow is Diwali. On the occasion, all my relatives will be at our superb family estate, celeberating with us.
Identify the word with a SPELLING mistake.

A

Tomorrow

B

occasion

C

superb

D

celeberating

CORRECT ANSWER:D

20/10/18

Subject:Social Science

A certain crop came to India from Arabia in the 17th century. The image here shows places in India where it is cultivated. It is also grown in countries like Brazil and Colombia. Which crop could this be?

A

bamboo

B

mustard

C

coffee

D

sugarcane

CORRECT ANSWER:C

19/10/18

Subject:Science

Some sharks have the ability to detect blood even in very tiny quantities from more than a kilometre away.
They use one of the following senses for this. Which of the following could it be?

A

hearing

B

sight

C

smell

D

touch

Correct Answer: C

18/10/18

Subject:Maths

If the line is extended, which of these points will it touch?

A

A

B

B

C

C

D

D

CORRECT ANSWER:D

17/10/18

Subject:Science

You breathe in air from your nose and mouth. When you breathe in air, your chest becomes bigger to make space for the air entering your body.

Which of the following also works in the same way, ALLOWING AIR TO ENTER by making space for it?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:A

16/10/18

Subject:Maths

Observe the number line shown below.

M and N are two numbers on the number line. Which of the following would be closest to M + N?

A

55

B

60

C

65

D

70

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/10/18

Subject:English

Choose the correct punctuation mark for the sentence below:
What a great idea you gave us ___

A

(.)

B

(?)

C

(!)

D

(,)

CORRECT ANSWER:C

13/10/18

Subject:Social Science

Which of the following is an example of someone being deprived of the BASIC facilities that the government should provide?

A

Sheetal lives in a village, they do not have a water connection and the women in the village have to walk a lot to get water.

B

Dharam did not study for three nights because the village shop does not have enough supplies of bulbs and tubelights.

C

Ms. Mehra's milkman does not deliver milk for two days because of the floods, so she has to use milk powder instead.

D

Rajiv did not get admission in St. Stephen's College, he has to apply to another college if he wants to continue his education.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

12/10/18

Subject:Science

There are many muscles in our body. Our body uses muscles to move parts of our body. A part that needs to move a lot will have a higher number of muscles. Which of the following parts is most likely to have the most muscles?

A

B

C

D

Correct Answer: B

11/10/18

Subject:Maths

Shown here is the advertisement given by a shopping mart. It has released a new offer to attract customers.


Jitu goes to the shopping mart and gets Easygo Market currency worth Rs. 200. What could be the amount Jitu spent?

A

Rs. 2000

B

Rs. 3200

C

Rs. 4200

D

Rs. 4800