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Questions & Answers for Class 3-5, January-2014

1) What is the highest three digit number with 3,9,0 and 7?
a. 907
b. 937
c. 973
d. 9730
The correct answer is : 973
2) Which of the following is a not good manner?
a. Covering mouth when cough or sneeze
b. Chewing with mouth closed
c. Using others things without permission
d. If some one is hurt by us, politely saying "I am sorry"
The correct answer is : Using others things without permission
3) Rearrange the word "rtaehce" to form meaningful word
a. chearte
b. cheetar
c. teacher
d. arteech
The correct answer is : teacher
4) Subtract 89999 from 98888
a. 9888
b. 9988
c. 8889
d. 8899
The correct answer is : 8889
5) What is the symbol for 'Gold'?
a. Au
b. Ga
c. Gd
d. All of the above
The correct answer is : Au
6) Which is more 2500 grams or 3 Kgs?
a. 2500 grams
b. 3 Kgs
c. both are equal
d. Not known
The correct answer is : 3 Kgs
7) Author of the book "Swamy and friends" is
a. Ramakrishna Paramahansa
b. Paramahansa Yogananda
c. R K Narayan
d. Bulusu Venkateshwarlu
The correct answer is : R K Narayan
8) A triangle having angles of 60 degrees each is called
a. Isosceles triangle
b. Scalene triangle
c. Equilateral triangle
d. None of the above
The correct answer is : Equilateral triangle
9) Which of following is delicate and to be handled carefully?
a. Steel glass
b. Mobile phone
c. Note book
d. Wooden toy
The correct answer is : Mobile phone
10) Which of the following place of worship is not in India?
a. Sri Harmandir Sahib
b. Medak Cathedral Church
c. Jetavanaramaya
d. Jama Masjid
The correct answer is : Jetavanaramaya
11) 'Yakshagana' is a dance associated with which state of India?
a. Manipuri
b. Karnataka
c. Gujarat
d. Chhattisgarh
The correct answer is : Karnataka
12) The product of 10,25 and 0 =
a. 25
b. 250
c. 2500
d. 0
The correct answer is : 0
13) The sum of two numbers is 397, if one of them is 199, find the second one?
a. 178
b. 188
c. 198
d. 208
The correct answer is : 198
14) Find the wrongly spelt word from the following
a. Predominent
b. Evaluation
c. Mountains
d. Pediatrician
The correct answer is : Predominent
15) Which state of matter is easily compressed to fill its container?
a. Solid
b. Liquid
c. Gas
d. All of the above
The correct answer is : Gas
16) The word 'Beat' is related to
a. Painting
b. Music
c. Dance
d. Toy making
The correct answer is : Music
17) Find the next number in the series of -21, -9, 3, _____.
a. 6
b. 9
c. 12
d. 15
The correct answer is : 15
18) Which of the following converts mechanical energy into electrical energy?
a. Bulb
b. Battery cell
c. Wheel
d. Dynamo
The correct answer is : Dynamo
19) Who invented "Magnifying glass"?
a. Galileo
b. Roger Backon
c. Isaac Newton
d. Narinder S. Kapany
The correct answer is : Roger Backon
20) The Dispur is the capital of
a. Mizoram
b. Manipur
c. Assam
d. Arunachal Pradesh
The correct answer is : Assam
21) Study of muscular system is called
a. Mycology
b. Myology
c. musicology
d. museology
The correct answer is : Myology
22) Choose the opposite word for "destroy"
a. Build
b. Create
c. Construct
d. All of the above
The correct answer is : All of the above
23) Low land between hills are called
a. plain
b. desert
c. valley
d. island
The correct answer is : valley
24) National consumer helpline/ Jago grahak jago toll free number
a. 1800 11 0111
b. 1800 11 4000
c. 1800 11 1255
d. 1800 11 2277
The correct answer is : 1800 11 4000
25) The Rajat Kamal(Silver Lotus) medal which was previously named as Bharat Award awarded to a
a. Sports person
b. Actor
c. Scientist
d. Social worker
The correct answer is : Actor
26) Which of the following is not correct?
a. Light is invisible when it travels
b. Water surrounded by land on all sides is called lake or kunta.
c. From the Sun the 7th planet is Uranus
d. Mars is the farthest planet from the Earth
The correct answer is : Mars is the farthest planet from the Earth
27) How many measurements are required to construct a triangle?
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 5
The correct answer is : 3
28) The oldest mountains in India are
a. Satpura Range
b. Nilgiri hills
c. Vindhya Range
d. Aravali Range
The correct answer is : Vindhya Range
29) The symbol " # " used to indicate
a. Railway track
b. Not equal to
c. Number
d. All of the above
The correct answer is : Number
30) In which place planet Earth stands from the Sun?
a. 7th place
b. 5th place
c. 3rd place
d. 1st place
The correct answer is : 5th place
31) Which of the following is not a healhty tip to keep the strong and shining teeth?
a. Drinking water at near body temperature and avoiding chilled water.
b. Consuming frozen food or cold fluids immediately after hot food
c. Chewing food until it becomes paste
d. Cleaning of teeth twice a day is preferable. At least once a day is a must.
The correct answer is : Consuming frozen food or cold fluids immediately after hot food
32) The physical components necessary to operate and interact with a computer are put together is called
a. Software
b. Accessories
c. Hardware
d. Extensions
The correct answer is : Hardware
33) A square has ___________ sides.
a. 3
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
The correct answer is : 4
34) How do you write 59 in Roman numerals?
a. VIX
b. IXV
c. LIX
d. IXV
The correct answer is : LIX
35) In which year the first experimental television programme in India was broadcasted?
a. 1957
b. 1959
c. 1967
d. 1971
The correct answer is : 1959
36) A device used for producing much larger view of very small object so that it can be seen clearly is called
a. Telescope
b. Kaleidoscope
c. Microscope
d. None of the above
The correct answer is : Microscope
37) "BBC" stands for
a. Big Brother Corporation
b. Better Business Corporation
c. British Broadcasting Corporation
d. Balanced Budget Corporation
The correct answer is : British Broadcasting Corporation
38) DVD stands far
a. Digital Vide Disc
b. Douay Version Disc
c. Digital Versatile Disc
d. Double Wide Disc
The correct answer is : Digital Versatile Disc
39) I like these shoes, I don't like the brown _________ .
a. shoes
b. one
c. ones
d. None of the above
The correct answer is : ones
40) Which of the following is a benefit of regular exercise?
a. Reduces the amount of stress hormones in the body, resulting in a slower heart rate.
b. Boosts oxygen to the skin
c. Boost bone mass and keep muscles strong.
d. All of the above
The correct answer is : All of the above
41) Anil noticed that Ibrahimpatan has 2413 animals and Nizampet has 909 animals. Among the total animals 250 were sold on Sunday bazar. Then, how many animals are available with both the villages put together?
a. 2972
b. 3072
c. 3172
d. 3272
The correct answer is : 3072
42) Gyan Darshan is a
a. Place of Worship
b. Educational Radio Channel
c. Educational TV Channel
d. Educational Game
The correct answer is : Educational TV Channel
43) Who played his 200th test cricket match in November 2013?
a. Mahendra Singh Dhoni
b. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
c. Virat Kohli
d. Murali Vijay
The correct answer is : Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
44) Digestion starts in
a. Stomach
b. Small intestine
c. mouth
d. None of the above
The correct answer is : mouth
45) Sum of 9009, 8008, and 1111 =
a. 18218
b. 18128
c. 18118
d. 18228
The correct answer is : 18128
46) _______ you give me a chocolate?
a. Does
b. Can
c. Are
d. Please
The correct answer is : Can
47) National Education Day is celebrated on
a. September 5th
b. September 8th
c. November 11th
d. November 14th
The correct answer is : November 11th
48) If 1307 is divided by 3, what will be the remainder?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 0
d. None of the above
The correct answer is : 2
49) "The red's on top, The green's below, The red means stop, The green means go,The yellow is in between and it means no crossing." The rhyme is related to
a. Climbing hill
b. Working at field
c. Traffic safety
d. Hotel management
The correct answer is : Traffic safety
50) One who is showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain is called
a. Black marketer
b. Criminal
c. Thief
d. Corrupt
The correct answer is : Corrupt