ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS VII

18/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Amit and Pasha are playing a number game. Amit says that his number is divisible by 4 and 5. Which of these is DEFINITELY true about Amit's number?

A

The number is 20.

B

The number ends with zero.

C

The number is divisible by 8.

D

The number is divisible by 25.

16/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
The currency note shown in this figure belongs to:



A
The United Kingdom
B
The United States
C
Australia
D
France

CORRECT ANSWER:A

15/2/19

Subject: SCIENCE

The graph here shows the annual energy output from a windmill or wind turbine corresponding to different annual average wind speeds.



(kWh or Kilowatt hour is a unit of energy.)

Which of the following can be said based on this graph?

A
The direction of winds play an important role in the energy output in any region.
B
The difference in energy output between 16 km/hr and 24 km/hr is more than 2000 kWh.
C
The energy output remains almost zero even when wind speeds are at around 2 km/hr.
D
The energy output for this windmill will start decreasing once average wind speeds cross 40 km/hr.

Correct Answer: C

14/2/19

Subject: MATHS

Atul and his little brother get Rs. 60 as pocket money between BOTH of them. Atul's little brother gets only {frac(1/4)} of the pocket money Atul gets. 

How much does Atul get as pocket money?

A
Rs. 12
B
Rs. 15
C
Rs. 48
D
Rs. 75

Correct Answer: C

13/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE
The diagram below shows the production of electricity from coal in a thermal power plant. Water is constantly supplied  to the boiler, where it is heated by coal. The steam from this water enters the  turbine, where it makes the blades of the  generator spin and generate electricity.

What could be the function of the part marked 'X'?
A
to supply electricity to the boiler
B
to carry steam into the turbine generator
C
to carry cooled water back into the boiler
D
to recycle the coal used up in boiling water

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Which of the following statements is/are TRUE about prime numbers?
i) The sum of all the factors of a prime number is more than the number itself.
ii) The sum of two prime numbers is a multiple of 2.
iii) 2 is a prime number.

A

only (i)

B

only (iii)

C

only (i) and (iii)

D

all - (i), (ii), (iii)

CORRECT ANSWER:C

11/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH
of course not it is no trouble at all assured our neighbour sarojWhich of these options has been correctly punctuated?
A
Of course not. It is no trouble at all, assured our neighbour Saroj.
B
''Of course not; It is no trouble at all,'' assured our neighbour Saroj.
C
''Of course not! It is no trouble at all,'' assured our neighbour Saroj.
D
Of course not, It is no trouble at all. Assured our neighbour Saroj.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

9/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Which of the following monuments was erected during the rule of the Mauryan Empire?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:C

8/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Extension boards allow many plugs to use a single electrical source. The extension board shown here is special because it can be stretched or extended as shown here.



What is the advantage of this extension board compared to non-extendable boards with the same number of plug points?

A

It allows a plug with any type of pin to fit into one board.

B

It allows more plug points to be used, even with bigger plugs.

C

It saves energy by spreading the electricity to a greater area.

D

It acts as an electrical fuse and prevents fluctuations in voltage.

Correct Answer: B

7/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Two circles with centres at P and Q are such that each passes through the centre of the other. The circles intersect at points R and S as shown below.

What is the measure of 
PRQ?

A

45o

B

50o

C

60o

D

90o

CORRECT ANSWER:C

6/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Shown here are 2 magnets separated by a gap.



Vinod puts an object, which attracts the two magnets, in the gap. Which of the following shows the correct object between the magnets?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:C

5/2/19

Subject:MATHS

A shopkeeper gave one tile free for every 4 tiles bought. For how many tiles should Ravi pay, so that he gets 60 tiles?

A

60

B

50

C

48

D

12

CORRECT ANSWER:C

4/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

One of the key factors in improving your work output areconcentration.

Which underlined word in the sentence is INCORRECT?

A

One of the key factors

B

in improving

C

your work output

D

are concentration.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

2/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of the following dam projects is a source for irrigation and hydro-electric power generation in the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh?  
A
Bhakra Nangal across the Sutlej river
B
Sardar Sarovar across the Narmada river
C
Hirakud across the Mahanadi river
D
Nagarjuna Sagar across the Krishna river

CORRECT ANSWER:B

1/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Shafi keeps 4 identical candles at different angles as shown here in a closed room, with no breeze. He then lights all the candles at the same time. Which candle will melt the fastest?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

31/1/19

Subject:MATHS

John is 10 cm taller than Peter. Peter is h cm tall. 

Which of these is John's height?

A

10h

B

10 - h

C

h - 10

D

h + 10

CORRECT ANSWER:D

30/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

The graph below shows the distance traveled by four cars, P, Q, R, and S over a period of time. 

The car travelling the maximum distance in the shortest interval of time is the fastest car.
Which car is travelling the fastest?

A

Car P

B

Car Q

C

Car R

D

Car S

CORRECT ANSWER:D

29/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Tanuja is making lemonade using the following recipe:


The ratio of the quantity of lemon juice to that of water in her preparation is 2:5. She tastes the lemonade and adds some more of ONE of the ingredients. 

• The ratio of the quantity of lemon juice to that of water is 1:3 now.
• The ratio of the quantity of lemon juice to that of sugar is 2:1.

Tanuja added some more of which of these ingredients?

A

water

B

sugar

C

lemon juice

D

mint leaves

CORRECT ANSWER:A

28/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

''After a lot of __________, I finally agreed to spend the day at her house.''Choose the option with the correct spelling, that would complete the sentence meaningfully.

A

persuation

B

pursuation

C

persuasion

D

pursuasion

CORRECT ANSWER:C

26/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Which one of the following illustrations represents the gateway to a Buddhist monastery of Ancient India?

A

B

C

D

25/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Calorie is a unit of energy. It is used to indicate the amount of energy contained in food items. If we consume more calories than we use then it gets stored as fat.
Shown below are the nutritional values of some food items. (The weight of all food items is 100 grams.)
Which of these foods would be the LEAST fattening?

A

B

C

D

Correct Answer: C

24/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Shaari and Jenny want to paint together. Shaari mixes 3 cans of yellow paint and 6 cans of red paint to form a new colour of paint.

Jenny uses 7 identical cans of yellow paint. She wants to get exactly the same shade of colour as Shaari. 

How many such cans of red paint should she use?
(Note: Colours mixed in the same proportion give the same shade of colour.)

A

2

B

4

C

10

D

14

Correct Answer: D

23/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Nisha is given a mixture of 4 substances called W, X, Y and Z. She separates the substances W and X using the procedures shown in the diagram.

Which of the following could be component 'X'?

A

sand

B

sugar

C

iron nails

D

pieces of wood

CORRECT ANSWER:A

22/1/19

Subject:MATHS

 and Δ are non-zero integers such that  = Δ.
Which of the following equations are correct?

i) 
 + Δ = 2 × 
ii) 
 - Δ = 0
iii) 
 ÷ Δ = 1

A

only (ii)

B

only (i) and (ii)

C

only (ii) and (iii)

D

all - (i), (ii) and (iii)

CORRECT ANSWER:D

21/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

you must eat breakfast everyday said the doctor or youll not be able to concentrate

Which of these options is correctly punctuated?

A

''You must eat breakfast everyday,'' said the doctor, ''or you'll not be able to concentrate.''

B

''You must eat breakfast everyday!'' said the doctor. ''or you'll not be able to concentrate.''

C

''You must eat breakfast everyday, said the doctor, or you'll not be able to concentrate.''

D

''You must eat breakfast everyday,'' said the doctor, or you'll not be able to concentrate.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

19/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of the following organisations would need to follow specific regulations prescribed by the Directorate General of Mines Safety?
A
National Highway Authority
B
Software Technology Parks of India
C
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
D
Steel Authority of India Limited

18/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

A shadow is cast by a runner blocking the light of the Sun at around 4:30 pm in Delhi.

Which of the following represents this shadow?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

17/1/19

Subject:MATHS

What is the measure of PQR shown in the figure?

A

30o

B

50o

C

80o

D

150o

16/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

A periscope is made of mirrors parallel to each other with their shiny sides facing each other placed inside a tube. It helps the viewer to see objects from behind a wall or from inside a submarine. The path that light follows from the object to the viewer's eye is shown below.



Darshan, with his right hand raised, walks towards Drishti who is viewing him through a periscope. How will Darshan appear to Drishti?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Which of the following is represented by the point P shown on the number line below?

A

{frac(9/12)}

B

2{frac(1/3)}

C

2{frac(1/4)}

D

2{frac(1/5)}

CORRECT ANSWER:C

14/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose a word SIMILAR in meaning to the underlined word in the sentence below.

Building a winning team is a very arduous task.

A

petty

B

limited

C

difficult

D

casual

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of the following artistic communities do we find in the cities of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu and Paithan in Maharashtra?
A
Toy makers
B
Silk weavers
C
Bharatnatyam dancers
D
Madhuvani painters

CORRECT ANSWER:B

11/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

A magnet is cut in the middle (along the dotted line) as shown below. Assuming no magnetism is lost in the process of cutting, the new end of the left piece (indicated by the arrow) will be attracted to _________________ pole of another bar magnet.



A
the north
B
the south
C
both the north and the south
D
neither the north nor the south

Correct Answer: A

10/1/19

Subject:MATHS

What is the perimeter of the shape in the square grid below?

A

6 cm

B

10 cm

C

12 cm

D

24 cm

CORRECT ANSWER:C

9/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE Geo wanted to know from where our body gets the water it needs. His friends gave him the following answers.

Archana: from water 
Shafique: from other liquids 
Rafi: from food

Who is correct?

CORRECT ANSWER:D

8/1/19

Subject:MATHS

6 people can sit around a rectangular table as shown in figure 1 below. If two such tables are put together 10 people can be seated as shown in figure 2.


If the same arrangement is followed, how many people can be seated if n tables are put together to form a long table?

A

5n

B

6n

C

4n + 2

D

6n - 2

CORRECT ANSWER:C

7/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose the option that conveys the same meaning as the sentence below. 
The school should have sent him away.

A

The school didn't send him away, which was wrong.

B

The school sent him away, because it was necessary.

C

The school has sent him away, because it knew.

D

The school will probably send him away in the days to come.

CORRECT ANSWER: A

5/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

It is likely that the people shown in the picture earn their 
livelihood by:

A

growing and selling vegetables and fruits

B

selling milk and meat to settled villagers

C

sacrificing animals during religious rituals

D

producing and selling leather goods

CORRECT ANSWER:B

4/1/19

Subject: SCIENCE

Brinda has come to her aunt's place and wants to play a game on the computer. The computer is shown in the figure below. She presses the button marked A and is surprised to find that the computer starts immediately and there is already a file open. Which of the following is the best explanation of what happened?

A

The CPU was already on, and pressing button A turned on the monitor.

B

The monitor was already on, and pressing button A turned on the CPU.

C

Both the CPU and the monitor were already on, and pressing button A opened the file.

D

Both the CPU and the monitor were off, and pressing button A turned both of them on.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

3/1/19

Subject:MATHS

15 is the highest common factor of a pair of numbers. Which of these is also a common factor of this pair of numbers?

A

2

B

3

C

30

D

(cannot say without knowing the pair of numbers)

Correct Answer: B

2/1/19

Subject:MATHS

The figure shown is a diagram of Arvind's arm. He wants to move his lower arm in the direction of the black arrow. 
Which part(s) marked on the arm exert(s) the force to move the lower arm upwards?

A

only P

B

only Q

C

only R

D

only P and Q

1/1/19

Subject:MATHS

1200 divided by a number Δ gives an answer that is greater than 40.
The number Δ should be ____________.

A

equal to 30

B

less than 30

C

more than 30

D

(We cannot say any of these.)

Correct Answer: B

31/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

The coach refused to see our side of the story and put us in the penalty corner. 

Which of these options can best replace the underlined phrase?

A

turned a blind eye to

B

showed an evil eye at

C

turned a red eye to

D

gave a black eye to

CORRECT ANSWER:A

29/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

If you are asked to prepare a travel brochure for Chhattisgarh which of the following aspects would you like to highlight?

A

The splendid coastline of the state

B

The tribal heritage of the state

C

Animals like Rhino and grasslands

D

The beautiful gopurams of its temples

CORRECT ANSWER:B

28/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Shown in the picture are 4 bulbs numbered 1 to 4. 
If the points marked s and t are connected by a copper wire which of the bulbs will glow?

A

only 3

B

only 3 & 4

C

only 2 & 3

D

all - 1, 2, 3, 4

CORRECT ANSWER:D

27/12/18

Subject:MATHS

{frac(3/5)} of the students of class 7 in Vidyamandir School use the Internet. What is the RATIO of the students who use theInternet to those who don't?

A

2:5

B

3:2

C

3:5

D

3:8

CORRECT ANSWER:B

26/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

If two horseshoe magnets are to be stored for a month, which of the following positions will BEST preserve the magnetism in the magnets?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:B

25/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Shown here are two dice. One of the dice has numbers 1, 2, 3 ... 6 on its faces. The other has numbers -6, -5, -4, -3, -2 and -1 on its faces.

The two dice are rolled together. What is the least possible sum of the two numbers that show up?

A

-1

B

-5

C

-6

D

-12

Correct Answer: B

24/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

She was dressed perfectly, not one pin out of place from __________ to _________. Which pair of words would best complete the sentence above?

A

collar, boot

B

head, toe

C

face, feet

D

hands, feet

Correct Answer: B

22/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Out of the 4 items given below, 3 have come to India from other parts of the world in the last 1000 years. Only 1 has been available in India from ancient times – which one could it be?

A

coffee

B

potato

C

chilli

D

rice

Correct Answer: D

21/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of these is true about deficiency diseases?

A

They can develop if a person does not eat a particular vitamin for one day.

B

They can often be treated by including the specific nutrient in the diet again.

C

They can only occur in a person who has not had food to eat for a very long time.

D

They can sometimes spread from one person to another through close contact.

Correct Answer: B

20/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Shape 1 is cut along the dotted lines into two pieces. The two pieces are joined together to form shape 2. The two pieces don't overlap.

The area of shape 2 is __________________the area of shape 1.

A

equal to

B

less than

C

greater than

D

(The area of shape 2 cannot be determined.)

CORRECT ANSWER:A

19/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Archana pours some water on a lump of dry soil, and sees some bubbles coming out of soil. Based on this observation alone, which gas could be present in the soil

A

It must be oxygen.

B

It must be carbon dioxide.

C

It must be water vapour.

D

We cannot say for sure which gas it is.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

18/12/18

Subject:MATHS

When the number 88737 is divided by 89, 4 is obtained as the remainder. Which of the following numbers will be divisible by 89?

A

88737 - 85

B

88737 - 93

C

88737 + 89

D

88737 + 93

CORRECT ANSWER:B

17/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

In which of the following words is the 'y' sound different?

A

signify

B

accuracy

C

frequently

D

dispensary

CORRECT ANSWER:A

15/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
The map shown here is trying to highlight a country. Which country could it be? 
A
Iran
B
Japan
C
Papua New Guinea
D
Kenya

CORRECT ANSWER:C

14/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Shown below are a few food chains. Also given is a food web showing the interdependence of those organisms. Study them and answer the following question.





Which of the following does X represent in the food web?

A
birds
B
mice
C
snakes
D
either birds or mice

Correct Answer: B

13/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Look at the picture given here.

How many pairs of parallel lines does the picture have?

A

0 pair

B

1 pair

C

2 pairs

D

3 pairs

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Look at the following changes.


Based on this, which is the best definition for an irreversible change?

A

a change in which something new is formed

B

a change in which something is separated

C

a change in which a powder is formed

D

a change in which something is burnt

CORRECT ANSWER:A

11/12/18

Subject:MATHS

31 is a factor of 1767 and 3534 is a multiple of 1767. Which of these is true?

A

31 is a factor of 3534.

B

31 is a multiple of 3534.

C

1767 is a common factor of 31 and 3534.

D

31 is a common multiple of 1767 and 3534.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

10/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

you must eat breakfast everyday said the doctor or youll not be able to concentrate

Which of these options is correctly punctuated?

A

''You must eat breakfast everyday,'' said the doctor, ''or you'll not be able to concentrate.''

B

''You must eat breakfast everyday!'' said the doctor. ''or you'll not be able to concentrate.''

C

''You must eat breakfast everyday, said the doctor, or you'll not be able to concentrate.''

D

''You must eat breakfast everyday,'' said the doctor, or you'll not be able to concentrate.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

8/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL STUDIES
According to geo-scientists, all the continents of the world came into existence by lands drifting away from a single mass called Pangaea. This drift happened over millions of years, and biological evolution took place at the same time. Some major milestones are listed in the table below.



There is evidence to show that India and Africa were in a single land mass before breaking away from each other. This evidence could be in the form of
A
ostrich egg shells in Maharashtra
B
stone age tools found in Bhimbetka
C
ashes in the Kurnool caves
D
Negroid Siddhi tribes in Gujarat

CORRECT ANSWER:A

7/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Given below are two characteristics of an object in motion.
• It does not move in a straight line. 
• It regularly repeats its motion after a specific period of time.Which of these could it be?

A
a ball hit by a batsman
B
the blade of a moving fan
C
a lift moving in a building
D
the leaves of a tree in a breeze

Correct Answer: B

6/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Mr. Mehta notes down the readings of electricity meters in houses to prepare electricity bills. 
Shown below is Mrs. Sheth's electricity meter. 

Which of these is the correct reading that Mr. Mehta should note down?

A

29.56 kilowatt-hours

B

295.06 kilowatt-hours

C

295.6 kilowatt-hours

D

2956 kilowatt-hours

CORRECT ANSWER:C

5/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of these is FALSE about air?

A

Air has mass.

B

Air occupies space.

C

Air consists mainly of oxygen.

D

Air contains water vapour in all seasons.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

4/12/18

Subject:Maths

Which of these shape(s) has/have an area?

A

only shape 2

B

only shapes 1 and 2

C

only shapes 2 and 3

D

all - shapes 1, 2 and 3

CORRECT ANSWER:C

3/12/18

Subject:English

In which of the following words is the 'y' sound different?

A

signify

B

accuracy

C

frequently

D

dispensary

Correct Answer: A

1/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

If a soft drink company is accused of making drinks that are harmful to health, what is likely to be the IMMEDIATE step taken by the government?

A

imposing a fine on the company

B

closing down the company

C

collecting samples for investigation

D

taking the company over

30/11/18

Subject:SCIENCE

The stem provides support to the plant. Which of the following is another function of the stem?

A

It provides shade to the plant.

B

It produces seeds for the plant.

C

It transports food to all parts of the plant.

D

It purifies the water absorbed by the roots.

Correct Answer: C

29/11/18

Subject:MATHS

Which of the following numbers is the smallest?.

A

-23

B

-17

C

-13

D

0

CORRECT ANSWER:A

28/11/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of the following lets us check if seeds need soil to germinate or not?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

27/11/18

Subject:Maths

In the following figure which angle has a measure closest to 45o?
(Note: You need not actually measure the angles.)

A

p

B

q

C

r

D

s

CORRECT ANSWER:D

26/11/18

Subject:English

The President said that we could have saved money if the budget for the picnic was handled by one person rather than all the House Captains together. He believes that _____________.Which of these options can complete the sentence meaningfully?

A

a stitch in time saves nine

B

too many cooks spoil the broth

C

a penny saved is a penny earned

D

a bird in hand is worth two in the bush

CORRECT ANSWER:B

24/11/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these is music composed by a 13th century Sufi poet of India?
A
The devotional songs of Mirabai
B
The ghazals of Mirza Ghalib
C
The qawwalies of Amir Khusru
D
The music of Tansen

CORRECT ANSWER:C

23/11/18

Subject: SCIENCE

Shown here is how a mosquito coil is used.



How does fixing the coil at the centre help?

A
The smoke spreads evenly throughout the room.
B
The coil can remain on the stand and burn freely till the end.
C
A larger number of mosquitoes in the room can be affected.
D
The chemicals, present only in the outer part, burn more effectively.

Correct Answer: B

22/11/18

Subject: MATHS

{frac(8/1000)} + {frac(7/10)} =

A
0.7008
B
0.708
C
0.8007
D
0.87

Correct Answer: B

21/11/18

Subject: SCIENCE

A check dam is a type of structure, which dams up a small river or a nallah and slows down the flow of water during the monsoons, and allows it to seep into the soil.



Which of the following could be possible effects of check dams?

1) reduction of soil erosion
2) increase in the flow of the river
3) reduction in the groundwater available
4) increase in the water availability in surrounding wells

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

Correct Answer: D

20/11/18

Subject: MATHS

Which of the given integers is the SMALLEST?

A
0
B
502
C
-749
D
-863

Correct Answer: D

19/11/18

Subject:ENGLISH

''Congratulations all! I am happy to announce that our school has won the First Prize in the National Story Writing Contest,'' said our Principal.Which option best represents the given statement?

A

Our Principal congratulated us and said that she was happy to announce that our school had won the First Prize in the National Story Writing Contest.

B

Our Principal congratulated us to say that she was happy to announce that our school has won the First Prize in the National Story Writing Contest.

C

Having congratulated us, our Principal said that she was happy to announce that our school has won the First Prize in the National Story Writing Contest.

D

Our Principal said, congratulations and that she was happy to announce that our school has won the First Prize in the National Story Writing Contest.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

17/11/18

Subject:Social Science
He was a celebrated poet, artist, educationist and social reformer from Bengal. His literary work Geetanjali received the Nobel Prize in literature. Who was this famous personality?
A
Raja Rammohan Roy
B
Ramakrishna Paramhans
C
Rabindranath Tagore
D
Satyajit Ray

CORRECT ANSWER:C

16/11/18

Subject:Science

A stone bead and an iron bead are dropped into a cup of water. They both sink to the bottom of the cup.



What can be said about these beads?

A
The iron bead is lighter than the stone bead.
B
The iron bead is heavier than the stone bead.
C
The iron bead and the stone bead have the same weight.
D
(We cannot say which bead is heavier based on this observation.)

Correct Answer: D

15/11/18

Subject:Maths

Which of these is the smallest number that can be rounded off to 4000?

A

3489

B

3501

C

3985

D

4005

Correct Answer:B

14/11/18

Subject:Maths

Varun baked 4 identical cakes in the oven at the same time. He took them out and cut three of them. Which of the following cakes will cool the FASTEST?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

Correct Answer:C

13/11/18

Subject:Maths

Among the angles marked in the figure below, how many are greater than 90o, but less than 180o ?

A

2

B

3

C

5

D

8

Correct Answer: B


12/11/18

Subject:English

'Find a game that you like,'' she said, ''as long as you play in the open for an hour at least.'' Which of these options mean the same as the given sentence?

A

She asked us to find a game that we liked, as long as we played in the open for an hour at least.

B

She made us to find a game that we liked, as long as we play in the open for an hour at least.

C

She forced us to play a game that we liked as long as you played in the open for an hour at least.

D

She ordered us to find a game that we liked, as long as we are playing in the open for an hour at least.

10/11/18

Subject:Social Science

Which of the following services of your locality would be affected if the employees of a city's municipal corporation go on strike?

A

The courier service

B

The drainage service

C

The banking service

D

The postal service

Correct Answer: B

6/11/18

Subject:Maths
A square is cut into 5 pieces and joined to form a new shape as shown below.



What can be said about the area of the new shape?
A
It is less than that of the square.
B
It is more than that of the square.
C
It is the same as that of the square.
D
(We cannot arrive at any conclusion as the areas of the pieces are not known.)

5/11/18

Subject:Social Science

This ticket __________ free access to the internet facility in our new cybercafé.

A
entitles you for
B
entitles you to
C
entitles you at
D
entitles you as

Correct Answer: B

3/11/18

Subject:Social Science
Which of these pictures shown is a public property of the Government of India?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

2/11/18

Subject:Science

Suguna uses a ramp to push her groceries in a trolley from the street up the front stairs of the building.


Which of the following ramps would make it easier for Suguna to push her trolley up the stairs compared to the ramp shown above?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

1/11/18

Subject:Maths
Mona is 'x' years old. Her father's age is 6 years more than 3 times Mona's age.

Which one of these gives her father's age?
A
(6x + 3) years
B
(3x + 6) years
C
(3x + 6x) years
D
(x + 3 + 6) years
 

CORRECT ANSWER:B

31/10/18

Subject:Science
Movable joints are regions of the skeleton where the bones are in contact with each other, but can bend or rotate. 



Which of the parts marked here are NOT such joints?
A
only 4 and 6
B
only 1, 3 and 6
C
only 3, 4 and 7
D
All of them are such joints.

30/10/18

Subject:Maths
Arun is making a star using identical triangular tiles. He has used 8 tiles and has made a shape as shown below.



What is the minimum number of such tiles he would need to make it into a star?
A

3

B
4
C
8
D
9

CORRECT ANSWER:B

29/10/18

Subject:English

Father saw Neena's shoes separating from the sole at the toe region. He asked her to get it fixed before the shoes became completely unusable.

Which of these proverbs is similar to the advice given by Neena's father?

A
A stitch in time saves nine.
B
Don't bite the hand that feeds you.
C
A penny saved is a penny earned.
D
It's no use crying over spilt milk.

Correct Answer: A


26/10/18

Subject:Social Science

Latin American countries like Ecuador, Costa Rica and Columbia and the Asian countries India, Philippines are Malaysia are the main producers of bananas in the world. This suggests that the climatic conditions required for banana cultivation is most likely to be

A
Cold
B
Desert
C
Tropical
D
Mediterranean

Correct Answer: C

24/10/18

Subject:Science

A horizontal plate swings back and forth between points P and Q, and returns to point P, 30 times in a minute exactly.



Tilak drops balls one after the other through the hole in the plate, keeping the interval between successive drops the same. The diameter of the hole is just large enough to let the ball through.

If the ball gets through the hole every time it is dropped, what can be the time interval between Tilak's successive drops of the ball?

A

only 2 seconds

B

1 second

C

either 2 or 4 seconds

D

any even number of seconds

23/10/18

Subject:Maths

Which of these will increase the number 2135 the MOST?

A

replacing 2 by 3

B

replacing 1 by 9

C

replacing both 3 and 5 by 9

D

replacing 1, 3 and 5 by 7

CORRECT ANSWER:A

22/10/18

Subject:English

Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?

A

Kho-Kho is one of my favourite game.

B

The number of books on my table are very high.

C

My mother always let's me prepare my own breakfast.

D

The combination of intelligence and humour is unbeatable.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

20/10/18

Subject:Social Science

Shantanu had gone to Kanchipuram during a vacation and saw an important festival there. The main attraction of the festival was a large chariot. By being part of this festival, Shantanu could understand ____________. 

A

the history of the Pallava dynasty

B

an aspect of Tamil Nadu's cultural heritage

C

the history of various chariot festivals in India

D

the influence of Mughal architecture in Tamil Nadu

CORRECT ANSWER:B

19/10/18

Subject:Science

Study the picture of the door carefully.

Have you noticed that most doors that you push or pull open have their handles/knobs at the same position?Why is that so?

A

because the door can be opened with the least effort in this position

B

because this reduces the friction between the floor and the door

C

because the effort changes the direction of the load being applied

D

(for no particular reason - It is just that we are used to seeing it at that position)

Correct Answer: A


18/10/18

Subject:Maths

Which of these figures has/ have a perimeter?

A

only figure 1, because it is a closed shape having straight sides

B

only figures 1 and 2, because they have straight sides

C

only figures 1 and 3, because they are closed shapes

D

all- figures 1, 2 and 3, because every shape has a perimeter

CORRECT ANSWER:C

17/10/18

Subject:Science

Giri wants to make an apparatus that can clearly show whether a material is a conductor or not. The material to be tested in the form of a strip must be placed firmly in contact with T1 and T2.



What would be the BEST object to place connecting D1 and D2 for this apparatus to work?

A

a piece of metal

B

a piece of plastic

C

an electric bulb

D

an electric cell

CORRECT ANSWER:C

16/10/18

Subject:Maths

A 20 cm long thin wire is used to form a rectangle. If width of this rectangle is 4 cm, what is the area of the rectangle?

A

5 cm2

B

20 cm2

C

24 cm2

D

80 cm2

CORRECT ANSWER:C

15/10/18

Subject:English

Which of these sentences contains a spelling MISTAKE?

A

The Principal asked me to accompany the foreign visitors around the school.

B

My brother is very possessive about his story books and refuses to share them.

C

I ran to inform the authorities as soon as the mishap occured in the classroom.

D

I hid when lightning struck for I was scared of the thunderous sound that would follow.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

13/10/18

Subject:Social Studies

Sangeeta lives in Delhi. In which of these banks will she NOT be able to open a Savings Account?

A

State Bank of India

B

Reserve Bank of India

C

ICICI Bank

D

Bank of Baroda

CORRECT ANSWER:B

12/10/18

Subject:Science


Where will you find the symbol shown above?

A

on a box with a knife

B

on a bottle of acid

C

in front of a manhole on a road

D

on a box containing glasses

Correct Answer: B

11/10/18

Subject:Maths

5 is a factor of 25 as 25 leaves a remainder 0 when divided by 5. 25 has 3 factors in all - 1, 5 and 25. 
The number of factors of some numbers between 160 and 170 are given below.

Based on this, how many prime numbers are there between 160 and 170?

A

0

B

2

C

5

D

(We cannot say as the number of factors for some numbers in between are not given.)

10/10/18

Subject:Science

Vijay does the following experiment.

Which of these is he likely to find?

A

The paper will absorb water and swell inside the cup.

B

The paper will get wet because of the water entering into the cup.

C

The paper will stay dry as enough water will not be able to enter due to the air in the cup.

D

The paper will become heavy on crumpling and hence make the cup sink inside the water.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

9/10/18

Subject:Maths

Akila thinks of a number, multiplies it by 2 and adds 3 to the product and gets 51.



Which of these operations on 51 will give us Akila's number?
A
multiply by 2 and then add 3
B
divide by 2 and then subtract 3
C
add 3 and then multiply by 2
D
subtract 3 and then divide by 2

CORRECT ANSWER:D

8/10/18

Subject:English

Choose the option with the words in the right order to complete the sentence given below.
I wonder how Gretta knows ________________________.

A
how it weighs much.
B
how much it weighs.
C
it weighs how much.
D
how it much weighs.
 

CORRECT ANSWER:B

6/10/18

Subject:Social Science

One of India's coastal states wants to use a sign for warning its people about the natural disaster 'tsunami'. Which of the following signs might it use?

A

B

C