ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS VIII

17/10/18

Subject:Maths

Rama washes her hands with ice-cold water and dips her finger in a glass of milk kept at room temperature and screams 'It is hot!' Now a thermometer is dipped in the same ice-cold water for 2 minutes and then inserted in the same glass of milk. What is the expected reading of the thermometer after a minute or so?

A

equal to room temperature, because milk is at room temperature

B

more than room temperature, similar to what Rama experienced

C

less than room temperature, as it had been dipped in cold water

D

(We cannot say without knowing the exact temperature of the ice-cold water.)

16/10/18

Subject:Maths

Adil has some stamps.

- {frac(1/4)} of his stamps are Indian.

- He now sells {frac(1/4)} of his stamps which are of Singapore.

What fraction of the stamps REMAINING with him are Indian stamps?

A

{frac(1/2)}

B

{frac(1/3)}

C

{frac(1/4)}

D

{frac(3/4)}

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/10/18

Subject:English

Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?

A

My friend and myself are late today.

B

I told myself that it was just a shadow.

C

She expects myself to bring lunch for her.

D

Myself can clean the blackboard in the morning.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

13/10/18

Subject:Social Science

One of the most severe famines of the 20th century was the Bengal famine of 1943 in which over five million people died. Prof. Amartya Sen, who was awarded a Nobel Prize for his studies of the Bengal famine, found that the pressure of war and the inability of the British to provide enough relief were the two main causes of the famine.

Which waris being referred to?
   

A

Sepoy Mutiny

B

World War I

C

World War II

D

Bengal Partition

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/10/18

Subject:Science

The disturbance to the Earth's surface in an earthquake damages property and life, because of collapsing buildings, structures and trees. 

An earthquake can cause floods too. What could be a likely reason for this?

A

The violent disturbances can lead to high rainfall.

B

The movement of the ground can result in dams breaking.

C

Huge amounts of groundwater escape from cracks in the ground.

D

The hot lava coming out of the ground combines with atmospheric oxygen.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

11/10/18

Subject:Maths

Which of these is the same as 610?

A

310 + 310

B

62 + 65

C

64 × 66

D

310 × 310

CORRECT ANSWER:C

10/10/18

Subject:Science

Tim is playing with his friends in his room. They want to find out in which direction the door of the room faces. For this, they decide to use a magnet tied to a thread with nothing marked on it (See figure). 

Tim suspends the magnet and based on how it looks he declares 'The door faces north!'. Do you think Tim found out the direction correctly?

A

Yes, because the magnet would point in the correct direction.

B

Yes, because magnets are commonly used to find directions.

C

No, because the magnet's poles are not marked for directions.

D

No, because the magnet would keep changing its direction.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

9/10/18

Subject:Maths

Fida has drawn a rectangle. Which of these can he do to increase its perimeter by 8 units?

I) increase the length of the rectangle by 4 units 
II) increase the length of the rectangle by 8 units
III) increase the length and breadth of the rectangle by 4 units each
A
only I
B
only II
C
only III
D
only II and III

CORRECT ANSWER:A

8/10/18

Subject:English

It took almost the whole of last year for the house to be ready for occupation.
Which of these is similar in meaning to the above sentence?
A
We took almost all of last year to get ready to occupy the house.
B
The house was not ready for occupation until a whole year.
C
It has been almost a year since the house was ready for occupation.
D
Almost the whole of last year was spent in getting the house ready for occupation.

CORRECT ANSWER:D

6/10/18

Subject:Social Science

Can there be changes made to the Constitution of India?

A

No, there can be no changes made by any power to the Indian Constitution.

B

Yes, the Parliament has the power to make some changes to the Constitution.

C

Yes, any Indian citizen can make changes by filing a case in the Supreme Court.

D

Yes, in special cases, the President of India can make changes to the Constitution.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

5/10/18

Subject:Science

What do you think would happen if a plant is overwatered?

A

It might grow faster than before, as more photosynthesis can happen in the leaves.

B

It might grow faster than before, as more water brings more minerals into the roots.

C

It might die, as the roots may be unable to take up enough air from spaces in the soil.

D

It might die, as minerals from the plant will get dissolved, and washed away by the water.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

4/10/18

Subject:Maths

Shown here is a photograph of Rosa, taken when she visited the Jurassic museum.

She stood right next to the T-Rex exhibit when the photograph was taken. The heights of the exhibit and Rosa on the photograph are marked in the figure.

Rosa is actually 170 cm tall. What is the height of the exhibit?

A

179 cm

B

255 cm

C

425 cm

D

510 cm

CORRECT ANSWER:C

3/10/18

Subject:Science

Which of these represent the correct direction after light passes through a pentagonal slab as shown?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

2/10/18

Subject:Maths

Shown below are 3 squares with side length 14 cm each.



In which of these squares is the shaded area the maximum?
A
square I
B
square II
C
square III
D
(The shaded area is equal in all the 3 squares.)

CORRECT ANSWER:D

1/10/18

Subject:English

Identify the sentence with a SPELLING ERROR.

A

It is desirable to be always conscious of our goals in life and pursue them.

B

She usually clarified her doubts with her brother who is very knowledgable.

C

The students were finding it hard to recall the names of two miscible liquids.

D

The teenage trio found their favourite hero irresistible and went to see his latest film.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

29/09/18

Subject:Social Science

Which of the following representatives are DIRECTLY elected by the people of India?

A

the Council of Ministers

B

the Governor of the State

C

Members of the Lok Sabha

D

Members of the Rajya Sabha

CORRECT ANSWER:C

28/09/18

Subject:Science

Vivek is trying to group 3 plants - a plant with green leaves, a plant with red leaves and an insectivorous plant, in different ways. Which of them can he put under the category 'Plants that perform photosynthesis'?

A

all the three plants

B

the green-leafed plant only

C

the green-leafed plant and the red-leafed plant only

D

the green-leafed plant and the insectivorous plant only

Correct Answer: A

27/09/18

Subject:Maths

The sum of all the whole numbers from 1 to 30 is subtracted from the sum of all the whole numbers from 31 to 60 as shown.
(31 + 32 + 33 +...+ 60) - (1 + 2 + 3 +...+ 30) 
What will be the result?

A

1200

B

900

C

120

D

30

Correct Answer: B

26/09/18

Subject:Science

A Vernier scale can be used to obtain more accurate measurements than is possible with a normal scale. The first Vernier here reads 12.3 mm.

What does the second Vernier read?

A

15.2 mm

B

15.0 mm

C

15.10 mm

D

14.10 mm

CORRECT ANSWER:B

25/09/18

Subject:English

{frac(7/10)} is equivalent to ______. 

A

0.07%

B

0.7%

C

7%

D

70%

Correct Answer: D

24/09/18

Subject:English

Choose the option which is SIMILAR in meaning to the sentence below.
Widening the streets would go a long way in relieving traffic congestion.

A

Traffic congestion is being relieved by widening the streets.

B

Traffic congestion might be relieved by widening the streets.

C

Traffic congestion is relieved by widening the streets.

D

Traffic congestion may have been relieved by widening the streets.

23/09/18

Subject:Social Science

The image below is an example of the ancient Kharoshti script. It was confined to the north-west areas of India and was in use from the middle of the 3rd century BCE until it died out around the 3rd century CE. Unlike other Indian scripts, it was written from right to left.
The influence of which language is this peculiarity of the script MOST suggestive of?

A

Persian

B

Tamil

C

German

D

Sanskrit

Correct Answer: A


20/09/18

Subject:Maths

Rahul thinks of an integer between -30 and -20. He subtracts another integer n from this and gets a positive integer as the answer. Which of these could be n?

A

-34

B

-17

C

37

D

(He cannot get a positive integer on subtraction.)

19/09/18

Subject:Science

From the above, which one would be the best to use as an outer cover for the pipes to transport hot liquids?

A

Copper

B

Asbestos

C

Aluminium

D

Mica

CORRECT ANSWER:B

17/09/18

Subject:Maths

Which of these angles in the given figure is of measure 115o?

A

QPT

B

QPS

C

UPS

D

SPT

CORRECT ANSWER:B

16/09/18

Subject:English

Which word DOES NOT suggest the actual sound it makes?

A

gurgle

B

rustle

C

wither

D

crackle

CORRECT ANSWER:C

15/09/18

Subject:Social Science

Which of the following would NOT be in the itinerary of a traveller to Karnataka?

A

The world heritage site of Pattadakal

B

The sandalwood emporiums of Mysore

C

The scenic beauty of Godavari river

D

The Gol Gumbaz monument of Bijapur

CORRECT ANSWER:C

13/09/18

Subject:Maths

If n is 100 billion, which of the following numbers is the greatest?

A

2n + 2009  

B

3n + 2010

C

4n - 2008

D

5n - 2007

12/09/18

Subject:Science

The diagrams show different trials Abdul carried out with carts having different-sized wheels. He started them from different heights and the blocks he put in them were of equal mass. He wants to test this idea: The heavier a cart is, the greater its speed at the bottom of a ramp. Which three trials should he compare?

A

G, T, and X

B

O, T, and Z

C

R, U, and Z

D

S, T, and U

CORRECT ANSWER:D

11/09/18

Subject:Maths

Each white cell in the grid below is to be filled by performing a set of operations on the x and y values corresponding to that cell. Some of the cells have been filled in.



Which of the following operations have to be performed to fill the numbers in the remaining white boxes of the grid?

A

(x + y) + (x + y)

B

(x + y) – (xy)

C

(xy) – (x + y)

D

(xy) – 12

Correct Answer: C

10/09/18

Subject:English

One part of the word given below is missing. Choose the option which can complete that word, keeping in mind the CORRECT spelling.
PER ____________ANCE

A

MAN

B

FROM

C

SPIRE

D

SEVER

CORRECT ANSWER:D

8/09/18

Subject:Social Science

The poster shown here is drawn by the well-known cartoonist Mario Miranda. It is meant to

A

promote export of Goan seafood.

B

promote cottage industies in Goa.

C

promote tourism industry in Goa.

D

conserve rare wildlife in Goa.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

7/09/18

Subject:Science

Seeds and fruits are dispersed far and wide by wind, water, and animals. The seeds and fruits have special structures on them that help them to be dispersed. For example, wind-dispersed seeds may have structures that help them to be carried by air and animal-dispersed seeds may have structures that help them to cling to the fur and skin of animals.

From the following pictures choose the seed or fruit that is best adapted for dispersal by animals.

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:B

6/09/18

Subject:Maths

A factory has two automatic brick packaging machines. One packs 24000 bricks per hour and the other packs 12000 bricks per hour. How much time will it take to and pack a total of 12000 bricks if both the machines are put to use?

A

20 minutes

B

40 minutes

C

60 minutes

D

80 minutes

CORRECT ANSWER: A

5/09/18

Subject:Science

The flow of electricity in a wire from point C1 to point C2 can be compared to the flow of water in a pipe from point W1 to point W2. The height difference between W1 and W2 causes the flow of water from W1 to W2. What causes the flow of current from C1 to C2?

A

the difference in voltage

B

the difference in current

C

the difference in resistance

D

the difference in height

CORRECT ANSWER:A

4/09/18

Subject:Maths

Which of the following is NOT a correct way of finding the area of the square frame shown below.

A

52.22 - 47.82

B

2 x {(52.2 x 2.2) + (47.8 x 2.2)}

C

52.2 x 4.4 x 2 + 47.8 x 4.4 x 2

D

100 x (52.2 - 47.8)

CORRECT ANSWER:C

3/09/18

Subject:English

Ramani was extremely tired after being up on her feet for over sixteen hours and so decided to __________. 
Which of these options can complete the given sentence meaningfully?

A

be on cloud nine

B

catch forty winks

C

be all rolled up in one

D

go back to square one

CORRECT ANSWER:B

1/09/18

Subject:Social Science

Which of these natural resources cannot be completely claimed by any one particular state as belonging to it?

A

The pine forests of Jammu and Kashmir

B

The iron ore resources of Jharkhand

C

The Narmada waters of Madhya Pradesh

D

The fish production in Andhra Pradesh

CORRECT ANSWER:C

31/08/18

Subject:Science

Two blocks, at different temperatures, were kept in contact with each other. Here are their temperatures recorded at intervals of 10 seconds.


What will be their temperatures, measured after 50 seconds?

(Note: The room temperature was 30 oC.) 

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:C

29/08/18

Subject:Science
An instrument attached to a toy car made a punch every second on a strip of paper as the car moved on a smooth surface. This is how the tape looked.

What is the speed of the car between the points A and B?
A
1cm/s
B
8cm/s
C
40cm/s
D
20cm/s

28/08/18

Subject:Maths
The height of triangle PQR is double the height of triangle ABC, while the base of triangle ABC is double the base of triangle PQR. The ratio of the areas of triangles ABC and PQR will be
A
1:1
B
1:2
C
2:1
D
2:3

CORRECT ANSWER:A

27/08/18

Subject: English
Yes, I have been living in the city __________ about eight years, __________ June 1997, to be exact.
Which pair of words complete the sentence meaningfully?
A
since, for
B
since, after
C
for, since
D
after, since

25/08/18

Subject:Social Science

This is an image depicting one of the adventures of the famous comic-book characters Asterix and Obelix. They have arrived in a certain country to help the queen build a new palace. What country do you think they're in?

A
Azerbaijan
B
Rwanda
C
Egypt
D
Turkey

Correct Answer: C

24/08/18

Subject: Science

Hajira suffers from acidity in her stomach. Which of these could the medicine prescribed contain?

A
Soda
B
Magnesium Hydroxide
C
Hydrochloric Acid
D
Sodium Chloride

Correct Answer: B

23/08/18

Subject:Science

Both the scales below are balanced. 

The weight required on the right hand side to balance the scale shown below will be

A
250 g
B
200 g
C
300 g
D
225 g

Correct Answer: B

22/08/18

Subject:Science

Vivek is trying to group 3 plants - a plant with green leaves, a plant with red leaves and an insectivorous plant, in different ways. Which of them can he put under the category 'Plants that perform photosynthesis'?

A
all the three plants
B
the green-leafed plant only
C
the green-leafed plant and the red-leafed plant only
D
the green-leafed plant and the insectivorous plant only

Correct Answer: A

21/08/18

Subject:Maths

A club offers monthly membership for various games. The following graph shows the number of members for Badminton and Swimming in the club during the period April to September 2001.

During which period is the rate of increase in membership for Swimming MORE than that in Badminton?

A
April - May
B
May - June
C
June - July
D
August – September

Correct Answer: B

21/08/18

Subject:Maths

Kamal is arranging his father's books in a new bookshelf which has 3 shelves. After putting 12 books in each shelf, he finds that 7 books are still left outside. How many books are there in total?

A
22
B
29
C
36
D
43

Correct Answer: D

20/08/18

Subject:English

He was always comfortable with numbers; now in High School, he takes to it like a __________.
Which of these phrases completes the above sentence meaningfully?

A
duck to water
B
horse to a cart
C
chicken to eggs
D
bee to a flower

Correct Answer: A

18/08/18

Subject:Social Science

Drip irrigation is an irrigation method that applies water slowly to the roots of plants, by depositing the water either on the soil surface or directly to the root zone. It is used extensively by Israel, a country with scarce agricultural land and limited fresh water supplies. 

Which of the following is likely to be the main advantage of the drip irrigation system?

A

It ensures that all parts of a plant get watered.

B

It does not require any special equipment.

C

It keeps water wastage to the very minimum.

D

It is the least expensive system of irrigation.

CORRECT ANSWER:C

17/08/18

Subject:Science

Animals are made up of many atoms. What happens to the atoms after an animal has died?

A

The atoms stop moving.

B

The atoms recycle back into the environment.

C

The atoms split into simpler parts and then combine to form other atoms.

D

The atoms no longer exist once the animal has decomposed.

Correct Answer: B

16/08/18

Subject:Maths

Which of the following fractions (shown by the shading) can be represented as a recurring decimal?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:D

15/08/18

Subject:Science

On a rainy night, Mohan observed that every time there was lightning and thunder, he would usually SEE the lightning a few seconds BEFORE he HEARD the thunder. What could be the reason for this?

A

Thunder travels faster than lightning.

B

Sound waves travel faster than light in air.

C

Light waves travel faster than sound waves.

D

Light waves travel through a less dense medium than sound waves.

CORRECT ANSWER : C

14/08/18

Subject:Maths

The solid shown here is made up of unit cubes of side 'a' cm. Black squares of side 'b' cm are painted on the front and back faces of each unit as shown.


The remaining area of the exposed part of the solid (in cm2) is

A

8a2 - 3b 2

B

6a2 - 3b 2

C

8a2 - 6b 2

D

14a2 - 6b 2

CORRECT ANSWER:D

13/08/18

Subject:English

Don't take it for granted that you will become a cartoonist.

Choose the option that is CLOSEST in meaning to this sentence.

A

Don't assume that you will become a cartoonist.

B

Don't hope that you will become a cartoonist.

C

Don't believe that you will become a cartoonist.

D

Don't imagine that you will become a cartoonist.

CORRECT ANSWER: A

12/08/18

Subject:English

Choose the CORRECT option that MATCHES the sentence given below.
He was known as a great playwright and as a great artist.

CORRECT ANSWER :D

,P

11/08/18

Subject:English

This cartoon has been drawn by the well-known cartoonist, R.K. Laxman. The cartoon is trying to highlight that _________. 
 

A

the poor need to be educated about their rights

B

airports and railway networks are needed in rural India

C

poor people do not have access to essential services

D

migration from rural to urban areas needs to be controlled

CORRECT ANSWER : C

10/08/18

Subject:Science

The students of a class were asked to look for fossils. Given below are four different rocks and how they are formed. 

Which of the rocks is most likely to contain fossils?

	A)P             B)Q           C)R         D) S
	

CORRECT ANSWER: A

1/08/18

Subject:SCIENCE

A girl found the skull of an animal. She did not know what the animal was but she was sure that it preyed on other animals for its food. What clue led to this conclusion?

A

The eye sockets faced sideways.

B

The skull was much longer than it was wide.

C

Four of the teeth were long and pointed.

D

The jaws could move sideways as well as up and down.

31/07/18

Subject:Maths

Two of the angles of a triangle are of measures 300 and 350 each. The triangle is

A

an acute angled triangle.

B

an obtuse angled triangle.

C

a right angled triangle.

D

(cannot be determined because measures of all the three angles are not known)

Correct Answer: B

30/07/18

Subject:English

Mumbai is one of the most crowded cities in India. 
Which of these sentences conveys exactly the same meaning as the one given above?

A

Very few cities in India are more crowded than Mumbai.

B

No other city in India is as crowded as Mumbai is.

C

None other than Mumbai is as crowded as other cities in India.

D

Mumbai is more crowded than any other city in India.

Correct Answer: A

28/07/18

Subject:Social Science

Kalhana is regarded as Kashmir's first historian. In the opening verses of his book Rajatarangini (The River of Kings, 1148-49 CE), he says: 


This quote indicates that Kalhana MOST likely ______________________.

A

considered that poetry was superior to history

B

commended historians who could write short accounts

C

used a variety of primary sources to write his historical account

D

thought that it was not possible to write history without making mistakes

Correct Answer: C

27/07/18

Subject:SCIENCE

The level of tea in a kettle is shown here.

Which of these correctly shows the level of the tea in the kettle later (after some tea has already been poured) while it is being poured into another cup?

A

B

C

D

Correct Answer: B

26/07/18

Subject:Maths

A tree sheds 15% of its leaves in a week and 10% of the remaining leaves in the next week. What percentage of the original number of leaves are on the tree then?

A

75%

B

23. 50%

C

76. 50%

D

74. 50%

Correct Answer: C


25/07/18

Subject:Science

Four school bags of the same size and dimensions but with different strap sizes are available. Among these, the strap offering the most comfort while carrying the bag would be __________________.

A

a 2 cm wide strap

B

a 3 cm wide strap

C

a 4 cm wide strap

D

a 5 cm wide strap

Correct Answer: D

24/07/18

Subject:Maths

The table below shows the minimum temperatures recorded in some months of a year in Verkhoyansk, Siberia.



Of the given months, in which month was the LOWEST temperature recorded?

A

January

B

March

C

May

D

December

Correct Answer: A

23/07/18

Subject:English

you can leave a few minutes early for a week cant you
Which of these is the correctly punctuated version of the above sentence?

A

You can leave a few minute's early for a week cant' you?

B

You can leave, a few minutes' early for a week. Can't you?

C

You can leave, a few minutes early, for a week, ca'nt you?

D

You can leave a few minutes early for a week, can't you?

Correct Answer: D

21/07/18

Subject:Social Science

Cultural practices are sometimes formed as they fulfil needs of social or practical life. In Orissa, snakes are considered to be sacred, and farmers do not kill snakes which they find in their fields or houses. What might be the root of this practice?
The fact that snakes __________.

A

symbolise beauty and are eternal

B

eat up rodents, which otherwise destroy the crops

C

help in improving the fertility of the soil

D

provide venom which is used for various treatments

Correct Answer: B

20/07/18

Subject:SCIENCE

In the pictures below, the load is shown lifted directly and using a simple pulley. What is the role of the pulley in such a situation?

A

It reduces friction.

B

It changes the direction of the effort that needs to be applied.

C

It reduces the distance through which the effort needs to be applied.

D

It increases the distance through which the effort needs to be applied.

Correct Answer: B

09/07/18

Subject:Maths

Well, the flight continues. Manshakti decides to take revenge as he could not answer the previous question. He sees the flight no.' 7007-Chin-Down', and a question flashes in his mind. He challenges Arya with the question and puts the following condition. ''If Arya fails to answer correctly, he must give him his entire glass of lassi.'' Here is Manshakti's question to Arya. Try and answer it.

70072 + 7007 is the same as

A

7007 × 7008.

B

7007 × 3. 

C

140142.

D

70073.

Correct Answer: A

18/07/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Though the Sun is bigger than the Moon, they appear to be about the same size when observed from the Earth. This is because ________________.

A

the axis of rotation of the Earth is tilted

B

they are seen at different times of the day

C

the Moon is closer to the Earth than the Sun

D

the Moon does not have its own light and reflects the light of the Sun

Correct Answer: C

17/07/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Manshakti goes shopping
Manshakti visits one of the tallest towers in China. He wants to do some shopping at C-Mall there on the 50th floor. When he gets into the elevator, he finds an interesting piece of information on one of its walls. 
Based on this he quickly made the following chart in his book.

If the elevator continues to move at the same speed, at what floor will he be after 50th second?

A

12 {frac(1/4)}

B

12 {frac(1/2)}

C

50 {frac(1/4)}

D

50 {frac(1/2)}

Correct Answer: B

16/07/18

Subject:English

Choose the correct option that completes the given sentence.


The ball came crashing through the window, hit the mirror on the wall and then bounced the teacup off the table on to the floor. Uncle Vinu rushed out of the kitchen, shouting, apron in hand. We expected him to ______, but he yelled ''Great shot, great shot'' , thumping me on the shoulder.

A

hit the spot

B

hit the road

C

hit the roof

D

hit the sack

Correct Answer: C

14/07/18

Subject:Social Science

Which of the following academic sources would contain information about the life of Amir Khusru and his time?

A

Bhajjan, Samuel Victor, 1959, The Chishti Sufis of India, M.A. Thesis, Hartford Seminary

B

Si-Yu-Ki: Buddhist Records of the Western World: Translated from the Chinese of Hiuen Tsiang (AD. 62), New Delhi: Motilal Banarasidas 1994

C

Vidya Dehejia et al, 2002, The Sensuous of the Sacred: Chola Bronzes from South India, University of Washington Press

D

K.V. Soundar Rajan, 1988, The Ellora Monoliths: Rashtrakuta Architecture in the Deccan, Delhi: Gyan Publishing House

Correct Answer: A

13/07/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Shown below is the range of pH values and its significance.




The strongest acid among the substances listed above is

A

acetic acid

B

sulphuric acid

C

ammonium hydroxide

D

hydrochloric acid

Correct Answer: B


12/07/18

Subject:Maths

Prashant's room has two regular chairs, one simple table and two three-legged stools. There is no other furniture. How many legs are there altogether in the furniture in his room?

A

5

B

15

C

18

D

20

Correct Answer: C

11/07/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Which of the following process/processes help in INCREASING the O2 content in air?

A

respiration

B

photosynthesis

C

burning of fuels

D

all of them.

Correct Answer: B

10/07/18

Subject:Maths

A website has rated the last 5 movies of Vidhu Vinod Chopra on a scale of 10. The rating of the movie 'Mission Kashmir' is missing.

It's known that the average rating for those 5 movies was 8 stars. What could have been the rating for the movie 'Mission Kashmir'?

A

9

B

8

C

7

D

6

Correct Answer: C

09/07/18

Subject:English

Ramani was extremely tired after being up on her feet for over sixteen hours and so decided to __________. 
Which of these options can complete the given sentence meaningfully?

A

be on cloud nine

B

catch forty winks

C

be all rolled up in one

D

go back to square one

Correct Answer: B

7/07/18

Subject:Social Science

Which of the following food types represents a blend of Indian and Persian cuisines?

A

Udupi

B

Mughlai

C

Assamese

D

Goan

Correct Answer: B

 

 



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