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Questions & Answers for Class 9-10, December-2011

1) Choose the correct meaning of the word "Comprehensive"
a. Understandable
b. Clear
c. Complete
d. Keen
The correct answer is : Complete
2) The first term of the progression G.P. is 50 and the 4th term is 1350, then the 5th term is
a. 8050
b. 5050
c. 4050
d. 6050
The correct answer is : 4050
3) Molecule having double bond
a. N2
b. C2H4
c. HCl
d. Cl2
The correct answer is : C2H4
4) The telecommunication policy of 1994 proposes to
a. Increase employment
b. Increase cable lines
c. Increase private investment
d. Decrease foreign investment
The correct answer is : Increase private investment
5) The outer portion of the cerebrum is called
a. Sulci
b. White matter
c. Gray matter
d. Gyri
The correct answer is : Gray matter
6) Which of the following is the skin disease?
a. Fungus
b. Mucus
c. Rabies
d. Psoriasis
The correct answer is : Psoriasis
7) The example for a good reflector of sound is
a. Thermocol
b. Paper
c. Cloth
d. Metal sheet
The correct answer is : Metal sheet
8) The formula of Acetic Acid is
a. H2SO4
b. H3PO4
c. CH3COOH
d. HCl
The correct answer is : CH3COOH
9) Find the word in the set that rhymes with the key word "height".
a. right
b. weight
c. plait
d. diet
The correct answer is : right
10) The first actress awarded Dadasaheb phalke award
a. Sulochana
b. Devika Rani
c. Kanan Devi
d. Durga Khote
The correct answer is : Devika Rani
11) How many columns have the spread sheet used in computer?
a. 26
b. 56
c. 256
d. 265
The correct answer is : 256
12) Multidrug Therapy (MDT ) is used for treatment of
a. Cancer
b. Leprosy
c. Psoriasis
d. Malaria
The correct answer is : Leprosy
13) Indian traffic rules and regulations section 185 deals with
a. Parking of vahicle
b. Mentally or physically unfit
c. Drunken persons
d. Obstruction to the driver
The correct answer is : Drunken persons
14) The National Film Award for Best Children's Film 2011 is
a. Hejjegalu (Kannada)
b. Foto (Hindi)
c. Tora (Assamesse)
d. Kharaksharangal (Malayalam)
The correct answer is : Hejjegalu (Kannada)
15) The Only Game being played in all the 3 versions of Asian Games i.e Asian Games, Asian Indoor Games and Asian Beach Games
a. Volly Ball
b. Kabaddi
c. Baseball
d. Badminton
The correct answer is : Kabaddi
16) Choose the right opposite word for 'Enthusiasm'
a. Villainism
b. Lazy
c. Apathy
d. Destroy
The correct answer is : Apathy
17) Hexose contains
a. 3 carbons
b. 4 carbons
c. 5 carbons
d. 6 carbons
The correct answer is : 6 carbons
18) The class interval of the frequency distribution having the classes 1-8, 9-16, 17-24 is
a. 8
b. 9
c. 7
d. 3
The correct answer is : 8
19) The roots of 4x2 - 5x + 4 = 0 are
a. Real and distinct
b. Real and equal
c. Not real
d. None of the above
The correct answer is : Not real
20) The number of fundamental rights that are recognized by Indian constitution
a. 5
b. 7
c. 9
d. 11
The correct answer is : 7
21) Who is an anti social
a. Social worker
b. Health worker
c. Black marketer
d. priest
The correct answer is : Black marketer
22) The blood vessel that brings oxygenated blood to the heart is
a. pulmonary artery
b. post caval vein
c. coronary vein
d. pulmonary vein
The correct answer is : pulmonary vein
23) If a2 = 0.04, find a3 =
a. 0.8
b. 0.08
c. 0.008
d. 0.0008
The correct answer is : 0.008
24) Which of the following is called natural ore of Iron?
a. sphalerite
b. Hematite
c. Dolomite
d. Bauxite 
The correct answer is : Hematite
25) The energy released by one gram of Glucose is
a. 4 K. Cal
b. 5 K. Cal
c. 6 K. Cal
d. 3 K. Cal
The correct answer is : 4 K. Cal
26) Which of the following is not a Diamagnetic substance
a. Air
b. Water
c. Iron
d. Bismuth
The correct answer is : Iron
27) The Head Quarters of UNESCO
a. New york
b. London
c. Bangkok
d. Paris
The correct answer is : Paris
28) Who's date of birth is 22nd December 1887?
a. Michael Faraday
b. Srinivasa Ramanujan
c. James Joseph Sylvester
d. Stephen Wolfram
The correct answer is : Srinivasa Ramanujan
29) Which of the following is not a liquid?
a. Water
b. Ice coffee
c. Orange Juice
d. Lead
The correct answer is : Lead
30) 13 + 23 + 33 + ……………… + 103 =
a. 2925
b. 3025
c. 3125
d. 3225
The correct answer is : 3025
31) Which of the following is mixed fertilizer?
a. KCl
b. NH4Cl
c. KNO3
d. Nitrophos K
The correct answer is : Nitrophos K
32) Chemical formula for Fluorine is
a. F2
b. Fl2
c. Fl
d. Fln
The correct answer is : F2
33) What does M stands for in Roman numerals?
a. 100
b. 1000
c. 50
d. 500
The correct answer is : 1000
34) Perimeter of an equilateral triangle =
a. 4 X s
b. 3 X s
c. 2(l + b)
d. 5 X s
The correct answer is : 3 X s
35) World Sight Day 2011 is observed on
a. 24th October
b. 13th October
c. 8th October
d. 16th October
The correct answer is : 13th October
36) A histogram consists of
a. Sectors
b. Traingles
c. Squares
d. Rectangles
The correct answer is : Rectangles
37) The time for which a body remains in air is called
a. Time of ascent
b. Time of descent
c. Time of flight
d. Free time
The correct answer is : Time of flight
38) The first synthetic dye was prepared by the scientist
a. W.H.Perkin
b. Fleming
c. Aspidin
d. C.V.Raman
The correct answer is : W.H.Perkin
39) The chemical substance secreted by an endocrine gland in called
a. hormone
b. insulin
c. progesterone
d. spongy tissue
The correct answer is : hormone
40) Pound sterling belongs to this country
a. America
b. India
c. United Kingdom
d. Germany
The correct answer is : United Kingdom
41) The founder of International Red Cross Society
a. Henry Dunant
b. Charles Albert Gobat
c. Bertha von Suttner
d. Louis Renault
The correct answer is : Henry Dunant
42) Diabetes Day
a. 14th November
b. 29th November
c. 1st November
d. 19th November
The correct answer is : 14th November
43) The place where the temperature is high
a. Forest
b. Desert
c. Lakes
d. Plain areas
The correct answer is : Desert
44) The biggest desert in the world is
a. Blue
b. Sahara
c. Thar
d. Gibson
The correct answer is : Sahara
45) The UNO was formed in the year
a. 1950
b. 1935
c. 1945
d. 1955
The correct answer is : 1945
46) The electric potential generated between axon and cell body is called
a. Electric power
b. Static energy
c. Action potential
d. Dynamic energy
The correct answer is : Action potential
47) Capital city of Canada is
a. Ottawa
b. Oslo
c. Oranjestad
d. Ouagadougou
The correct answer is : Ottawa
48) Who is associated with the invention of steel?
a. Swan
b. Einstein
c. Stevenson
d. Bessemer
The correct answer is : Bessemer
49) "Gitanjali" was written by
a. Jawaharlal Nehru
b. Rabindranath Tagore
c. M K Gandhi
d. Dr.S.Radhakrishnan
The correct answer is : Rabindranath Tagore
50) The pull or push on an object is called
a. motion
b. Inertia
c. force
d. None of the above
The correct answer is : force
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