ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS VI

14/07/20

Subject: MATHS
Chintu has some coloured counters of different shapes which he has placed on a board. One counter is placed on each small square as shown:

How many counters on the board are RED RECTANGULAR OR BLUE CIRCULAR ones?
A
3
B
5
C
6
D
12

13/07/20

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

Correct Answer: A

11/07/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
A passport issued by the Government of India would be required while travelling from Kolkata to which of these places?
A
Delhi
B
Manipur
C
Dhaka
D
any city outside West Bengal

Correct Answer: C

10/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
'Stomata' are small openings on the surface of leaves and help in transpiration. However, in certain plant species, stomata are found sunken or located in crypts. These species are most likely to be found
A
in water
B
near the poles
C
on marsh lands
D
in deserts

Correct Answer: D

09/07/20

Subject: MATHS
The perimeter of the triangle is 30 units. What will the perimeter of the rectangle be (in the same units)?

A
14
B
28
C
42
D
140

Correct Answer: C

08/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Shown here is the picture of an ink filler.

When this ink filler is dipped into a beaker of water and the bulb is pressed, air bubbles appear in the water. Why does this happen?
A
Air in the atmosphere forms the bubbles.
B
The air in the ink filler is released to form bubbles.
C
The liquid rushes into the filler forming bubbles.
D
The air in the water forms bubbles.

Correct Answer: B

07/07/20

Subject: MATHS
In which figure can we find EXACT points corresponding to BOTH 1⁄ 3 and 1⁄4?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

06/07/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which word fits best in the blank?

He ___________ me to go to the milk booth to get some milk.
A
said
B
spoke
C
told
D
explain

Correct Answer: C

04/07/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these dances is associated with the festival of Baisakhi in Punjab?
A
Garba
B
Bihu
C
Bhangra
D
Kathak

Correct Answer: C

03/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
August 11, 1999 was a bright, clear day. But in the evening in the town of Dholka in western India, it gradually became very dark for a few minutes and then became bright again. What could have caused this incident?
A
A comet
B
A lunar eclipse
C
A solar eclipse
D
A power cut

Correct Answer: C

02/07/20

Subject: MATHS
How many crosses in the given figure are NEITHER in the circle NOR in the triangle?

A
2
B
3
C
5
D
6

Correct Answer: C

30/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Which of these can make their own food from non-living sources?

A
green plants and grass
B
green plants and bees
C
bees and cows
D
green plants, bees and humans

Correct Answer: A

29/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word that is spelt correctly.
A
disappoint
B
dissapoint
C
dissappoint
D
disapoint

Correct Answer: A

27/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
In our national anthem, what do the names Vindhya and Himachal refer to?
A
two mountains of India
B
two states of India
C
two rivers of India
D
two leaders of India

Correct Answer: A

26/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which among the following is NOT a fossil fuel?
A
cooking gas
B
wood
C
coal
D
Petrol

Correct Answer: B

25/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following decimals has the greatest value?
A
4 tenths
B
6 hundredths
C
8 thousandths
D
2 tenths and 5 hundredths

Correct Answer: A

24/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
In the skeleton shown below, at which joint can the movement be ONLY like the opening and closing of a door?

A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

Correct Answer: D

23/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Half of a certain number is 24. One fourth of the number will be
A
6
B
8
C
12
D
48

Correct Answer: C

22/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word that is spelt correctly.
A
mumured
B
murmured
C
murmurred
D
murmered

Correct Answer: B

20/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these materials would a community of Early Man, living in the region of Siberia, have used as clothing?
A
cloth made of cotton
B
animal skins
C
arge leaves
D
cloth made of silk

Correct Answer: C

19/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Comment on the sitting position shown in the figure.

A
It is a correct position because the arms are well rested on the table.
B
It is a wrong position for it strains the backbone and the attached muscles.
C
It is a wrong position because the chair is too close to the table for comfort.
D
It is a correct position because it is in line with the backbone's natural shape.

Correct Answer: B

18/06/20

Subject: MATHS


This is the position of the pointer of a weighing scale when there is no weight on it.
How much does the object placed on this scale weigh?
A
380 g
B
400 g
C
420 g
D
450 g

Correct Answer: A

17/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
A glass containing cold milk shows a fine coat of water droplets forming on its outer surface. How does most of the water get there?
A
The cold milk causes oxygen and hydrogen from the air to combine and form water.
B
Water evaporates from the milk and condenses into water on the outside of the glass.
C
The water from inside the milk passes through the glass and settles outside the glass.
D
Water vapour from the air comes in contact with the cold glass and forms water.

Correct Answer: D

16/06/20

Subject: MATHS
A number when rounded to the nearest 100 gives 1200. When rounded to the nearest 10, it gives 1250. What could the number be?
A
1205
B
1242
C
1247
D
1265

Correct Answer: C

15/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word that is spelt correctly.
A
refered
B
reffered
C
referred
D
reffereed

Correct Answer: C

13/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
The building shown here is a FIRE TEMPLE located at Navsari in the South Gujarat coast. The followers of this religion consider 'fire' to be the son of their Supreme Universal Lord. Which religion is it?

A
Islam
B
Zoroastrianism
C
Jainism
D
Christianity

Correct Answer: B

12/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
The simple machines are the lever, pulley, and inclined plane, along with their most basic modifications, the wheel and axle, wedge, and screw. A complex machine is a machine made up of two or more simple machines.

Which of the following is an example of a SIMPLE machine?
A
a lift
B
a staircase
C
an escalator
D
a bicycle

Correct Answer: B

11/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Rafael Nadal defeated Roger Federer in 4 sets in the Final of the French Open Tennis Championship. The details of the match are given below.


About how many hours did Nadal take to beat Federer in the Finals?
A
2 hours
B
3 hours
C
4 hours
D
5 hours

Correct Answer: B

10/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Many species of trees in the desert are seen to have long tap roots that grow very deep into the ground - sometimes as long as 2-3 times the tree's height. Which of the following is the MOST LIKELY reason for these long roots?
A
to allow the trees to store more food
B
to fix the tree firmly to the sand to withstand desert storms
C
to draw water from deep below the surface
D
to help the tree grow back if the part above the ground is destroyed

Correct Answer: C

09/06/20

Subject: MATHS
You have a jar with 252 marbles in it. You can remove 4 marbles at a time. How many times will you have to remove marbles to empty the jar?
A
4
B
63
C
248
D
1008

Correct Answer: B

08/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word most suitable to make the following sentence meaningful.

My mother says that it is very difficult to _________ children.
A
rays
B
raze
C
raise
D
race

Correct Answer: C

06/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
The image shown here is related to the Indus Valley City of Harappa. Which of these is TRUE with relation to the the image shown here?

A
It shows the activity at Harappa during its excavation.
B
Its an artist's conception of life in ancient Harappa.
C
It is the scene of Harappa after it was excavated.
D
It is a tourist resort built like ancient Harappa.

Correct Answer: B

05/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
A chalk stick is porous and has a lot of air in it. When kept in water, water slowly enters many of these spaces. Will a chalk stick float or sink in water - choose the best answer.
A
It will float in water.
B
It will float for some seconds and then sink.
C
It will sink in water.
D
It will sink, but after some seconds start floating.

Correct Answer: B

04/06/20

Subject: MATHS

On interchanging two digits of the number shown above, it decreased by 900. Which two digits might have been interchanged?
A
5 and 3
B
2 and 5
C
2 and 1
D
1 and 5

Correct Answer: C

03/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
To provide energy during a long race, sportspersons should eat something that is an excellent source of carbohydrates and requires very little digestion. Which of the following can they eat?
A
honey
B
rice
C
soya beans
D
leafy vegetables

Correct Answer: A

02/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Which of these angles has the greatest degree measure?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

01/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
The consumers' complaint about the quality of the chocolates is most _________.
A
worried
B
worry
C
worrying
D
worries

Correct Answer: C

30/05/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
In which of these months are we likely to see migratory birds like flamingos - which fly from colder regions in the north - in Orissa's Chilka Lake?
A
May-June
B
July-August
C
December-January
D
Through out the year

Correct Answer: C

29/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Calorie is a unit of energy. Some food items mention on their label a certain number of calories. What is the reason for this?
A
Food is used to measure energy.
B
The calorie figure indicates how much energy the food would give when eaten.
C
The calorie figure indicates how much energy was used to make the food item.
D
Food items having more than a certain number of calories are banned.

Correct Answer: B

28/05/20

Subject: MATHS
A prime number is a natural number having exactly two factors: 1 and itself. For eg. 3 is a prime number because the only factors of 3 are 1 and 3.

A natural number having more than two factors is called a composite number. For eg. 6 has four factors 1, 2, 3 and 6 and so it is a composite number.

If two prime numbers are multiplied, the resulting number _________
A
must be a composite number.
B
must be a prime number.
C
can either be a prime or a composite number.
D
can neither be a prime nor a composite number.

Correct Answer: A

27/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE

Four identical sized rods of different materials are sealed at the bottom of a vessel as shown in the figure. The same amount of wax is placed at the end of each of the rods. When the vessel is filled with boiling water, wax from which rod will melt the fastest?
A
glass rod, because it is transparent
B
wooden rod, because it is darker in colour
C
metal rod, because it gets heated the fastest
D
plastic rod, because wax cannot easily stick on it

Correct Answer: C

26/05/20

Subject: MATHS
A table showing the details and features of various models of TV which a company manufactures is shown below.

Mr. Shastri wants to buy a TV AND a voltage stabilizer within a budget of Rs. 15000.The features which he wants his TV to have are a 'Full function remote' and 'Stereo sound system'.
A stabilizer costs Rs. 300.Which model should he buy?
A
Model A
B
Model B
C
Model C
D
Model D

Correct Answer: C

25/05/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Wasn't it nice of Mark to share his biscuits with us?
Choose the option that means the SAME as the sentence above.
A
It was nice of Mark to share his biscuits with us.
B
It is nice to know Mark shares his biscuits with us.
C
It was Mark who is nice to share his biscuits with us.
D
It is nice to share Mark's biscuits among us.

Correct Answer: A

23/05/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Ramu wants to send a MONEY ORDER to his friend Radhika. From which of these places can he buy and send it?
A
ICICI Bank
B
General Post Office
C
Income Tax Office
D
DHL Courier Service

Correct Answer: B

22/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these is a chemical change?
A
soil erosion
B
butter melting in a pan
C
boiling of an egg
D
chopping a wood piece into two

Correct Answer: C

21/05/20

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following numbers will lie between points Q and R on this number line?

A
3041
B
3046
C
3054
D
3449

Correct Answer: B

20/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
On which of the following objects, is the force of gravity acting?

A
on the falling ball only
B
on the block suspended from the ceiling only
C
on the falling ball and the block on the inclined plane only
D
on all the three objects - the ball, and both the blocks

Correct Answer: D

19/05/20

Subject: MATHS
If 7846, 7896 and 8802 are ROUNDED to the nearest HUNDRED and then ADDED, the answer will be
A
24,400
B
24,500
C
24,544
D
24,550

Correct Answer: B

18/05/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word closest in sound to the word 'colonel'.
A
colonial
B
kurnool
C
kennel
D
kernel

Correct Answer: D

16/05/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
This city is known for its rich food heritage, especially 'biryani'. It was a stronghold of the Nizam and has many Islamic heritage buildings. Today the city is a thriving centre for the software industry. Which of these gates is associated with the city?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

15/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Galaxies have been classified by Edwin Hubble as shown on the figure on the left.

Identify to which classification the galaxy shown above belongs.
A
SO
B
SBa
C
SBc
D
Sc

Correct Answer: A

14/05/20

Subject: MATHS
The shaded part in each of the following figures represents a fraction of the whole.



In which two of them, do the shaded parts represent equivalent fractions?
A
1 and 2
B
2 and 3
C
3 and 4
D
1, 2 and 3

Correct Answer: C

13/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
What is the source of energy in a calculator having solar cells?
A
heat energy
B
light energy
C
wind energy
D
chemical energy

Correct Answer: B

12/05/20

Subject: MATHS
Astronomers discover a new planet which has three moons. The time that each one takes to complete one full revolution around the planet is shown below.



If they are in the position shown above at this moment, after how many days will the three of them again be exactly in the same position next?
A
25 days
B
30 days
C
300 days
D
600 days

Correct Answer: C

11/05/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which order of the words given below would be MOST meaningful as a complete and GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT sentence?

cannot Afsha bear see to one even newspaper go to waste
A
Afsha cannot see to bear even one newspaper go to waste.
B
Afsha cannot bear to see even one newspaper waste to go.
C
Even to bear one newspaper go to waste Afsha cannot see.
D
Afsha cannot bear to see even one newspaper go to waste.

Correct Answer: D

09/05/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Ravi is 11 years old and studies in Class 6. He is applying for a Government of India scholarship and has to submit a proof of identity. Which of these documents can he submit?
A
his driving licence
B
his passport
C
his report card
D
his voter identity card

Correct Answer: B

08/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Salt dissolving in water can be called a REVERSIBLE CHANGE because_____________.
A
water changes from one form to another
B
salt can be recovered by evaporating the water
C
it is a chemical change
D
salt is available both in the powdered and crystal forms

Correct Answer: B

07/05/20

Subject: MATHS
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 are the first 10 consecutive whole numbers.

Joe writes down 100 consecutive 3-digit whole numbers. At least how many of them will be multiples of 3?
A
33
B
66
C
99
D
300

Correct Answer: A

06/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these is OPAQUE?
A
cooking oil
B
a mirror
C
spectacles
D
river water

Correct Answer: B

05/05/20

Subject: MATHS
The numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, ….are called whole numbers.


Which whole number is closest to the number shown by the pointer?
A
10
B
12
C
13
D
14

Correct Answer: C

04/05/20

Subject: ENGLISH
The opposite of a project that is a 'waste of time and effort' is a project that is ____________.
A
unusual
B
remarkable
C
successful
D
worthwhile

Correct Answer: D

02/05/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
The International Red Cross Movement has societies in nearly every country in the world. In India, it is called the Indian Red Cross Society. What kind of service is provided by the Indian Red Cross Society?
A
animal health care
B
life insurance services
C
financial aid for the poor
D
emergency medical services

Correct Answer: D

01/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Communicating with the world and people in far-off places has become easy due to advances in technology. Identify the correct sequence below from the early tools to the latest:
A
telegraph, postal system, telephone, internet.
B
postal system, telegraph, internet, telephone.
C
postal system, telegraph, telephone, internet.
D
telephone, postal system, telegraph, internet.

Correct Answer: C

30/04/20

Subject: MATHS
, and are natural numbers such that + = 36 and = 12.
Which of the following is true about the relationship between , and ?
A
= 3 X
B
= 3 X
C
+ = 3 X
D
+ = + 3

Correct Answer: C

29/04/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Ravi wanted to find out if more water would help his plants grow well. He gave twice the amount of water to all his potted plants for a month. What error did Ravi make in his experiment?
A
Ravi did not increase the amount of soil in the pots.
B
Ravi did not add manure to the pots.
C
Ravi poured too much water.
D
Ravi did not grow any of the plants using the same amount of water as earlier.

Correct Answer: D

28/04/20

Subject: MATHS
Manu is celebrating his birthday. His sister has arranged for a cake with some candles on it.



There are two types of candles, thin and fat, each type representing some number of years. Each thin candle represents 1 year. If Manu is 50 years old, how many years does each fat candle represent?
A
3
B
10
C
15
D
45

Correct Answer: C

27/04/20

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

25/04/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
This country with a major part of the population as Hindus shares a border with India. It has some of the world's highest mountains, and is also the birth place of Lord Buddha. Identify the place.
A
Bhutan
B
Nepal
C
Myanmar
D
Bangladesh

Correct Answer: B

24/04/20

Subject: SCIENCE
In the figure given below the length of 1 small square has to be calculated. If it is known that each square is of equal length, which of these methods is possible and will be most accurate?

A
Simply measure the length of 1 square
B
Measure the length of 2 squares using a ruler and divide the answer by 2
C
Measure the length of 8 squares using a ruler and divide the answer by 8
D
Measure the length of 10 squares using a ruler and divide the answer by 10

Correct Answer: C

23/04/20

Subject: MATHS
A group of 4 children is playing in the park. Before leaving, each of them shakes hands once with every other group member. How many handshakes altogether?
A
3
B
6
C
12
D
16

Correct Answer: B

22/04/20

Subject: SCIENCE
John's bedroom windows shake when crackers are burst near his house. Which of these scientific facts explains why this happens?
A
Sound waves transmit energy.
B
Heat waves transmit energy.
C
Light waves transmit energy.
D
Radio waves transmit energy.

Correct Answer: A

21/04/20

Subject: MATHS
How many hundredths make 1.64?
A
4
B
16.4
C
164
D
0.64

Correct Answer: C

20/04/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which sentence has no error?
A
He said he was going to rajasthan.
B
he said he was going to rajasthan.
C
He said he was going to Rajasthan.
D
He said He was going to Rajasthan.

Correct Answer: C

18/04/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Raghu wants to travel to Kolkata from Hyderabad. In which of these directions is he likely to travel?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

17/04/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Which of these options contains processes involving change of state from LIQUID to GAS?
A
evaporation and sublimation
B
evaporation and respiration
C
respiration and transpiration
D
evaporation and transpiration

Correct Answer: D

16/04/20

Subject:MATHS
The line m is a line of symmetry for square PQRS. (That means that the parts of the figure on either side of the line are mirror images of each other)

What is the measure of PRS?
A
30o
B
45o
C
60o
D
90o

Correct Answer: B

14/04/20

Subject:MATHS
The number of boys and girls in 4 sections of class 6 in a certain school are shown below.



In which two sections is the FRACTION OF GIRLS in the class the same?
A
6A and 6C
B
6B and 6A
C
6D and 6C
D
6B and 6D

13/04/20

Subject:ENGLISH
Jigna and her friends wanted to read all the lessons at least once in order to gain familiarity with them.

In the sentence above, 'them' refers to _______________________.
A
gain
B
read
C
lessons
D
friends

Correct Answer: C

11/04/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
A passport issued by the Government of India would be required while travelling from Kolkata to which of these places?
A
Delhi
B
Manipur
C
Dhaka
D
any city outside West Bengal

Correct Answer: C

10/04/20

Subject:SCIENCE
In the ancient times, messages were sent by the following methods -

Which of the following arrangements shows the methods of communication from the slowest to the fastest?
A
4, 1, 2, 3
B
3, 4, 2, 1
C
1, 2, 4, 3
D
4, 3, 1, 2

Correct Answer: D

09/04/20

Subject:MATHS
Mrs. Bhole had 2 litres of milk in the fridge this morning. She used up ¾ litres of milk in the afternoon. How much milk is left in the fridge after that?
A
2 ¾ litres
B
1 ¾ litres
C
1 ¼ litres
D
2 ¼ litres

Correct Answer: C

08/04/20

Subject:SCIENCE
As the environment changes, the kind of animals, birds and plants that are found also change. Which of these would be the best example?
A
A sunflower plant moving along the direction of sunlight.
B
Stages in the life cycle of a butterfly.
C
Water birds disappearing from a locality where houses were built on a lake.
D
Invertebrates not having a backbone.

Correct Answer: C

07/04/20

Subject:MATHS
A jug can hold upto 2000 ml of water. A little MORE THAN than 3⁄4th of it is filled with water. How much more water can be added to the jug without overflowing?

A
1700 ml
B
900 ml
C
500 ml
D
400 ml

Correct Answer: D

06/04/20

Subject:ENGLISH
Here is a jumble of words.


Choose the arrangement that forms a correct sentence.
A
Green is that woman my neighbour dressed in.
B
My neighbour green is that woman dressed in.
C
That woman dressed in green is my neighbour.
D
That woman is my neighbour dressed in green.

Correct Answer: C

04/04/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these dances is associated with the festival of Baisakhi in Punjab?
A
Garba
B
Bihu
C
Bhangra
D
Kathak

Correct Answer: C

03/04/20

Subject:SCIENCE
A piece of brown cork was cut into small pieces. Which of these will change as a result?
A
its size
B
its colour
C
the nature of its atom
D
its density

Correct Answer: A

02/04/20

Subject:MATHS

What will be the length of the line formed by joining the two points P and Q?
A
5 cm
B
6 cm
C
11 cm.
D
Cannot say unless one of the points is at 0.

Correct Answer: A

01/04/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Just like the sun, even the moon rises in the sky and sets in the sky. Is it possible for us to see the moon and the sun both in the sky at the same time?
A
No, because the moon rises only when the sun sets.
B
Yes, because the moon is as bright as the sun.
C
No, because the moon can never be seen due to the sun's light.
D
Yes, because on some days moonrise occurs earlier than sunset.

Correct Answer: D

31/03/20

Subject:MATHS
What is the area of water on the surface of a swimming pool 50 m in length and 25 m across?
A
75 sq. m.
B
125 sq. m.
C
150 sq. m.
D
1250 sq. m.

Correct Answer: D

30/03/20

Subject:ENGLISH
Choose the option that meaningfully arranges the jumbled words below in a complete sentence.

Shanti/ to/ be/ selected/ and/ were/ thrilled/ for/ the/ Rahul/ drawing/ competition
A
Shanti and Rahul were selected to be thrilled for the drawing competition.
B
Thrilled were Shanti and Rahul to be selected for the drawing competition.
C
Rahul and Shanti were thrilled to be selected for the drawing competition.
D
For the drawing competition, Rahul and Shanti were selected to be thrilled.

Correct Answer: C

28/03/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Vishnu went to visit his grandparents in Punjab. His grandfather was very happy to see him. He asked him to help in harvesting the wheat crop growing in the fields. Which of these is most likely to be Vishnu's grandfather's field?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

27/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Which parts of a plant are the vegetables we eat?
A
fruits only
B
fruits and roots only
C
roots and stem only
D
(May be any part of a plant.)

Correct Answer: D

26/03/20

Subject:MATHS
A line-segment is named using its two extreme points.


The line-segment above is named MN.
In the figure WXYZ above, how many line-segments are there WHICH CAN BE NAMED?
A
4
B
5
C
6
D
11

Correct Answer: B

25/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
The weight (mass) of a CLASS 6 STUDENT is most likely to be in the range of
A
10-20 kg
B
25-35 kg
C
35-45 kg
D
45-55 kg

24/03/20

Subject:MATHS
If we multiply 2 prime numbers, the product will ALWAYS be
A
a composite number.
B
an even number.
C
an odd number.
D
a prime number.

Correct Answer: A

23/03/20

Subject:ENGLISH
Choose the option that means 'cut off' when 'dis-' is added before it.
A
played
B
proved
C
ordered
D
connected

Correct Answer: D

21/03/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
The building shown here is called a Haveli, which is a royal place usually used by a king or his nobles. This style of building is popular in which of these states?
A
Milk
B
Leafy vegetables
C
Sea fish
D
Ghee and oils

Correct Answer: C

20/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
DIETARY FIBRE is the part of our food which our body cannot fully digest. From which of these does it come?
A
Milk
B
Leafy vegetables
C
Sea fish
D
Ghee and oils

Correct Answer: B

19/03/20

Subject:MATHS
What will be the remainder when (200+1) + (300+1) + (400+1) + (500+1) + (600+1) is divided by 10?
A
0
B
2
C
3
D
5

Correct Answer: D

18/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Look at the following groups.

The property based on which they are divided into 2 groups must be
A
Being hard / Being soft
B
Being transparent / Being opaque
C
Being Brittle / Not being brittle
D
Being heavy / Being light

Correct Answer: C

17/03/20

Subject:MATHS
If the pointer shown on this dial is rotated by 90 degrees in the direction shown, where will it point?
A
At 0.
B
Between 0 and 1.
C
At 1.
D
Between 1 and 2.

Correct Answer: B

16/03/20

Subject:ENGLISH
In which of these words is the sound of 'g' different from the others?
A
argue
B
badge
C
fungus
D
hanger

Correct Answer: B

14/03/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these is likely to be the main source of income for a NOMADIC community in India?
A
Rice farming
B
Animal rearing
C
Working in industries
D
Weaving textiles

Correct Answer: B

13/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Dengue fever which is spread by mosquitoes causes high fever and severe bone ache. Kiran who lives in Delhi is worried about a recent outbreak of this fever. The preventive steps that she should take are:
1. wear protective clothes that cover her fully

2. keep the windows open for better circulation of air

3. keep stored water covered and avoid any collection of water

4. pile up fallen leaves and other wastes in the corner of the garden
A
1 and 2
B
3 and 4
C
2 and 4
D
1 and 3

Correct Answer: D

12/03/20

Subject:MATHS
Show here is a cuboid-shaped shoe box covered from all sides.



What will it look like when opened out?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: A

11/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
The chisel shape of the incisor helps it to ________________.
A
bite the food
B
grind the food
C
chew the food
D
tear the food

Correct Answer: A

10/03/20

Subject:MATHS
Rohit's height is 1.45 m. His sister Rama's height is 0.5 m less than his height. What is Rama's height?
A
1.50 m
B
1.40 m
C
1.95 m
D
0.95 m

Correct Answer: D

09/03/20

Subject:ENGLISH
The market is open on all days, other than Sundays and holidays.

Which of the words means 'other than'?
A
accept
B
except
C
expect
D
although

Correct Answer: B

07/03/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these cities of India can be reached by land, sea and air?
A
Delhi
B
Mumbai
C
Bangalore
D
Ahmedabad

Correct Answer: B

06/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Shown below is a metal geometry box containing a wooden ruler, a rubber eraser and a plastic protractor. Which one of them conducts electricity?


A
wooden ruler
B
rubber eraser
C
plastic protractor
D
metal geometry box

Correct Answer: D

05/03/20

Subject:MATHS
What can be said about the two figures given below?

A
Area of figure 1 is more than area of figure 2.
B
Area of figure 2 is more than area of figure 1.
C
Perimeter of figure 2 is same as perimeter of figure 1.
D
Perimeter of figure 2 is more than perimeter of figure 1.

Correct Answer: D

04/03/20

Subject:SCIENCE
PARTHENOCARPIC FRUITS are those which do not have seeds in them. Which of these is an example?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

03/03/20

Subject:MATHS
Vyjayanthi has booked an air ticket from Ahmedabad to Hyderabad. The total cost is Rs. 2699 which includes fare, services and tax.

If the fare is Rs. 1174, what would be the amount for service charges?
A
Rs. 1174
B
Rs. 1475
C
Rs. 2699
D
It cannot be determined unless the amount for tax is also known.

Correct Answer: D

02/03/20

Subject:ENGLISH
In which word is the sound of ''i'' different from the others?
A
ideal
B
define
C
bicycle
D
delicate

Correct Answer: D

29/2/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
n which of these sanctuaries can all the animals shown in this currency note below be found?
A
Sundarban
B
Gir
C
Corbett
D
Kaziranga

Correct Answer: D

28/2/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Ruthik throws a ball up in the air and after some time, the ball falls back to the Earth. The ball falls back due to the same reason as ________________________.
A
why the blades of a fan rotate
B
why water drips down from a tap
C
why a magnet attracts a piece of iron
D
why an arrow leaves the string of a bow

Correct Answer: B

27/2/20

Subject:MATHS
Using any digit from 0 to 9 (without repeating any), which is the smallest odd number of five digits that can be formed?
A
20341
B
13579
C
10243
D
10234

Correct Answer: C

26/2/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Some fruits and vegetables are preserved by pickling them. Nandini got confused with the various steps to be taken to preserve mangoes. Can you help her to arrange them in the correct order?
1. Cut the mangoes into pieces.
2. Keep the pieces in the sun.
3. Add salt to the pieces.
4. Store it in a dry jar.
5. Wash and dry them.
A
1-5-2-3-4
B
5-1-3-2-4
C
5-1-2-3-4
D
1-2-5-3-4

Correct Answer: B

25/2/20

Subject:MATHS
An even number divided by 5 results in a whole number. Which of the following must be true about the number?
A
It is a multiple of 3.
B
It is a multiple of 4.
C
It is a multiple of 10.
D
It is a multiple of 20.

Correct Answer: C

24/2/20

Subject:ENGLISH
Manan had enough of playing marbles and so he switched to carrom.

What does the expression 'had enough of' mean in the sentence above?
A
was fed up with
B
liked very much
C
wanted more quantity of
D
had enough quantity of

Correct Answer: A

22/2/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these statements related to Jains and Jainism is TRUE?
A
Many Jains follow a strict vegetarian diet.
B
Most Jains in India live in West Bengal.
C
The Jataka Tales are about the Jain Tirthankaras.
D
King Ashoka spread Jainism throughout Asia.

Correct Answer: A

21/2/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Study the picture of the plant shown here. Transportation of water and minerals from the root, and food from the leaves is indicated by the arrows.

Which system performs a similar function in human beings?
A
Skeletal system
B
Circulatory system
C
Digestive system
D
Respiratory system

Correct Answer: B

20/2/20

Subject:MATHS
How will the number 5000205 be read?
A
Five hundred thousand, two hundred and five.
B
Five lakh, two hundred and five.
C
Fifty lakh, two hundred and five.
D
Five crore, two hundred and five.

Correct Answer: C

19/2/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Identify the CHEMICAL CHANGE among the following.
A
Mixing salt in water
B
Melting of ice
C
Formation of curd
D
Breaking of glass

Correct Answer: C

18/2/20

Subject:MATHS
Which will be the digit in ONE'S place in this multiplication:
A
3
B
5
C
7
D
9

Correct Answer: D

17/2/20

Subject:ENGLISH
Choose the option that means 'cut off' when 'dis-' is added before it.
A
played
B
proved
C
ordered
D
connected

Correct Answer: D

15/2/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these four wheels is from the Sun Temple in Konark, which was built in the 13th century AD?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

14/2/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Which of the following will usually be the largest in size?
A
Galaxy
B
Constellation
C
Solar system
D
Star

Correct answer: A

13/2/20

Subject:MATHS
Which of the following lengths can be measured accurately using a ruler like this one?
A
2. 25 cm
B
4. 3 cm
C
5. 5 cm
D
8. 1 cm

Correct Answer: C

12/2/20

Subject:SCIENCE
When a seed is planted in the soil, which of these shows the correct order of appearance of other parts?
A
stem - fruits - leaves - flowers
B
stem - flowers - fruits - leaves
C
leaves - stem - flowers - fruits
D
stem - leaves - flowers – fruits

Correct Answer: D

11/2/20

Subject:MATHS
Anil has to put up a cable line in 3 houses. He has a 200 m long wire. He will need wires of 40 m length in each of the three houses.
What will be the length of the wire that will be left out?
A
80 m
B
120 m
C
160 m
D
240 m

Correct Answer: A

10/2/20

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

8/2/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

The temple gopuram shown here is located on the southern part of India near the international border of Sri Lanka. In which town is the temple gopuram located?
A
Tirupati
B
Hardwar
C
Rameswaram
D
Mysore

7/2/20

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of the following is/are NOT PRESENT in a new-born child?
A
Nails
B
Teeth
C
Eyes
D
Tongue

Correct Answer: B

6/2/20

Subject:MATHS

Which of these numbers lies between fifteen thousand and twenty thousand?
A
151660
B
20100
C
18001
D
1999

Correct Answer: C

4/2/20

Subject:MATHS
11111 - 1111 + 111 - 11 + 1 is
A
12345
B
10101
C
9901
D
102

CORRECT ANSWER:B

3/2/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Suma wanted to be a good singer and she took her practice classes __________.Which of these words completes the above sentence meaningfully?
A
seriously
B
greatly
C
casually
D
hardly

CORRECT ANSWER:A

1/2/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Identify what is shown in the picture:
A
a railway platform ticket
B
an airport entry ticket
C
a state transportation bus ticket
D
a local train ticket

CORRECT ANSWER:A

31/1/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Physical changes occur when objects undergo a change in their physical properties. However, there is no change in their chemical nature. Which of the following is a physical change?
A

carving a piece of wood

B
cooking vegetables
C

baking a cake

D

lighting up a match stick

30/1/20

Subject:MATHS

What will be the length of the line formed by joining the two points P and Q?
A
5 cm
B
6 cm
C
11 cm
D
Cannot say unless one of the points is at 0.

COORECT ANSWER:A

29/1/20

Subject:SCIENCE

Gums swell up and bleed often for people who have a vitamin C deficiency. Identify a food that people with this deficiency should eat.

A
Eggs
B
Meat and fish
C
Pulses
D
Lemon and orange juice.

Correct Answer: D

28/1/20

Subject:MATHS
Between 1 and 50 (excluding both these) how many numbers are there which will leave a remainder 1 when divided by 4?
A
10
B
12
C
13
D
15

CORRECT ANSWER:B

27/1/20

Subject:ENGLISH
Which word rhymes best with 'fence'?
A
scents
B
cents
C
sense
D
friends

CORRECT ANSWER:C

25/1/20

Subject:SOCIAL STUDIES

Shown here are some monuments. Look at them carefully.

What is common to all these monuments?

A
They were built as places of worship.
B
The style of architecture is Egyptian.
C
They were built by followers of Islam.
D
They are also locations of tombs.

Correct Answer: D

24/1/20

Subject:SCIENCE

Three beakers of different sizes are filled with water to the same height. The temperature of water is the same in all the beakers. If a cube of ice is added to each of the four beakers, which one will have the lowest temperature after the ice melts?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: A

23/1/20

Subject:MATHS
An object X is weighed as shown below:



Which of the following weighings is POSSIBLE with the same object?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

22/1/20

Subject:SCIENCE
A wind vane is an instrument that helps us to find out the direction of the wind. The arrow in a wind vane always points to the direction FROM WHICH the wind blows.

Identify the picture below that shows wind blowing from the south-east.

(The pictures below show the same more clearly as it appears from the below.)
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:D

21/1/20

Subject:MATHS
The length of each side of each SMALL square in this grid is 4 cm. The area of this grid (in square cm) will be

A
4
B
8
C
16
D
64

CORRECT ANSWER:D

20/1/20

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of these sentences has no mistake?

A
Does she know that the mehtas live in swastik society.
B
Does she know that the mehtas live in Swastik society
C
Does she know that the Mehtas live in Swastik Society?
D
Does she know that the Mehtas live in swastik society?

Correct Answer: C

18/1/20

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Various seals from the Indus Valley Civilisation are shown in this picture. What is common across most of these seals?
A
the wheel
B
household items
C
a one-horned creature
D
a script similar to Hindi

CORRECT ANSWER:C

17/1/20

Subject:SCIENCE

During a power cut, lights, fans, televisions and other electrical devices stop functioning, but most telephones continue to work. Why is that?

A
Telephones do not use electricity.
B
All telephones have cells (batteries) inside which provide them power.
C
Telephones receive electric supply through the wires connecting them to the exchange.
D
Telephones store the electricity when there is no power cut and use them during power cuts.

Correct Answer: C

16/1/20

Subject:MATHS

A prime number is a number, which is not completely divisible by any number except 1 and itself.



Using only the information in the table given here, which of the given numbers can we say with CERTAINTY, IS NOT a prime?

A
only 63
B
only 83
C
only 91
D
63 and 91

Correct Answer: D

15/1/20

Subject:SCIENCE
Why cannot animals live without plants?
A
All animals eat plants for food.
B
Some animals eat plants and are in turn eaten by other animals.
C
Flesh eating animals need plants to hunt their prey.
D
Except for the plant-eating animals, others could live even if plants were not there.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

14/1/20

Subject:MATHS

Two smaller rectangles of areas 4 cm2 and 8 cm2 are joined along one of their sides to form a bigger rectangle as shown in the figure below.

What is the area of the bigger rectangle so formed?

A
2 cm2
B
4 cm2
C
12 cm2
D
32 cm2

Correct Answer: C

13/1/20

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose the word which relates best with the word 'snake'? (Look at 'fox' and 'fur' for a hint. )

"Fox is to fur as snake is to _______________."

A
slimy
B
scales
C
skin
D
sting

Correct Answer: B

11/1/20

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:B

10/1/20

Subject:SCIENCE

There are two processes - let us call them P and Q.

The similarity between P and Q is that both represent a change from liquid state to gas state.
The difference is that in P, change to vapour occurs only at the liquid surface; in Q, it occurs throughout the liquid.

What are P and Q respectively

A
Condensation and Evaporation
B
Evaporation and Boiling
C
Boiling and Sublimation
D
Sublimation and Condensation

Correct Answer: B

9/1/20

Subject:MATHS

In a match against England, Dravid scored 18 runs. He had hit three 4s. What fraction of his runs were scored with 4s?

A
{frac(1/3)}
B
{frac(2/3)}
C
{frac(3/4)}
D
{frac(1/6)}

Correct Answer: B

8/1/20

Subject:SCIENCE
The beak of which of these birds is similar in function to the canine (tooth) of other animals?
A
B