Wednesday 9 November 2011

NTSE SAT Quiz-5 (Questions from HP NTSE SAT Paper)

Following questions appear in STSE SAT Paper.

Q.1 In which part of the body the most of iron is present?
1) Blood
2) Bones
3) Muscles
4) Heart

Q.2 Which is the pea shaped endocrine gland that is situated in the bony cavity at the base of the brain?
1) Thyroid
2) Pituitary
3) Adrenal glands
4) Thymus

Q.3 How many ovaries and fallopian tubes are there in a female body?
1) 2 ovaries and 2 fallopian tubes.
2) 2 ovaries and 1 fallopian tubes.
3) 2 ovaries and 4 fallopian tubes.
4) 4 ovaries and 2 fallopian tubes.

Q.4 Which of the following has the highest quantity of proteins?
1) Cashewnut
2) Coconut
3) Almonds
4) Groundnuts

Q.5 Which of the following causes Dengue Fever?
1) Virus
2) Bacteria
3) Fungus
4) Parasitic Worm

Q.6 Which of the following is the best source of iodine?
1) Sea food
2) Cereals and pulses
3) Fruits and vegetables
4) Milk and milk products

Q.7 HIV can be transmitted through which of the following routes?
1) Sharing needles used for injection drugs.
2) Hugging a person living with HIV
3) Sitting next to a person with AIDS.
4) Donating blood.

Q.8 Which one of the following is a unicellular algae.
1) Chlamydomonas
2) Rhizopus
3) Amoeba
4) Aspergillus

Q.9 If you eat cut fruits/open food being sold on the roadside, you are likely to get infected with which of the following?
1) Hepatitis
2) Typhoid
3) Gastroenteritis
4) All of the above

Q.10 Yeast is used for the production of
1) Sulphuric Acid
2) Oxygen
3) Alcohol
4) Sugar

Q.11 Which of the plant absorbs carbon dioxide during photosynthesis?
1) Root
2) Stem
3) Flower
4) Leaves

Q.12 The smallest bones of the body are present in which part of the body?
1) Ear
2) Arm
3) Leg
4) Chest

Q.13 22 Carrot gold is mixture of ?
1) Cu and Au
2) Zn and Au
3) Al and Au
4) Mg and Au

Q.14 Which of the following is also called methanoic acid?
1) Vinegar
2) Formic acid
3) Tannic acid
4) Tartaric acid

Q.15 During the formation of Magnesium oxide the number of electrons transferred from magnesium to oxygen is/are :
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4

Q.16 In the following equation
x, y and z are:
1) 3,2,3
2) 2,2,3
3) 3,2,2
4) 2,3,2

Q.17 The fourth member of alkane is:
1) Ethane
2) Butane
3) Propane
4) Pentane

Q.18 When the product of the reaction between $H_2$ and $Cl_2$ is dissolved in water it forms.
1) Hydrochloric acid
2) Sulphuric acid
3) Nitric acid
4) Acetic acid

Q.19 The composition of slaked limes is
1) CaCO3
2) CaSO4
3) ZnCO3
4) Ca(OH)2

Q.20 The colour of lead iodide is
1) Blue
2) Green
3) Yellow
4) Black

1- Blood         2-Pituitary           
3- 2 ovaries and 2 fallopian tubes.                           4-Groundnuts
5-Virus                                     6- Sea food               7- Sharing needles used for injection drugs
8- Chlamydomonas (Rhizopus or Bread Mold is fungus, amoeba is a protozoan
9-All of the above                    10  Alcohol        11-Leaves
12- Ear (Stapes is the smallest bone in middle ear, while, femur is the biggest bone in thigh)
13 Cu and Au                             14  Formic acid       15-2
17- Butane             18-Hydrochloric acid  
19- Ca(OH)2
20- Yellow

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