Everyday Science Online MCQs Set 5

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What was the first planet to be discovered using a telescope?

A. Uranus
B. Jupiter
C. Venus
D. Mercury

Arthritis is a disease of ?

A. Lungs
B. Blood
C. Disorder of the Joints
D. Liver

A summary value calculated from population is called?

A. Parameter
B. Sample
C. Statistic
D. Population

Which Part of an egg contains Protein?

A. White 
B. Yellow
C. Shell
D. None of these

How many number of milk teeth are in the human body?

A. 16
B. 12
C. 22
D. 20

Plasmids are most often found in:

A. Bacteria
B. Virus
C. Fungi
D. Viroid

Of the six noble gases in the periodic table, which is the lightest?

A. Nitrogen
B. Hydrogen
C. Helium
D. Oxygen

The development of calf muscles in ladies who wear high heels is a common example of:

A. Natural Selection
B. inheritance of acquired character
C. Use and disuse of organ
D. Artificial selection

As you go down into a well, your weight……….?

A. Slightly increases
B. Slightly decreases
C. Remains the same
D. None of these

Mycology is a study of…….?

A. Virus
B. Bacteria
C. Anti virus
D. Fungi

Father of Homeopathy is……….?

A. Samuel Hahnemann
B. Robert Dover
C. Hakeem Suleman
D. Dr Anwaar Khan

There are ……types of respiration takes place in frog.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. None of these

How many moons does Saturn have?

A. 7
B. 13
C. 27
D. 82

Instrument of rain gauge is ………?

A. Drosometer
B. Ombrometer
C. Micrometer
D. Pyrometer

Speed of object in one direction is called…?

A. Velocity
B. Acceleration
C. Space
D. Temperature

The difference in the duration of day and night increases as one moves from:………?

A. West to East
B. East and west of the prime meridian
C. Equator to poles
D. None of these

The color of blood is red due to ……….?

A. Haemoglobin
B. Neutrophils
C. Esinophils
D. Hematocrit

What is total area of the earth?

A. 510.94 million km²
B. 492.102 million km²
C. 392.023 million km²
D. 692.192 million km²

Which of the following is not a fat soluble vitamin?

A. Vitamin A
B. Vitamin D
C. Vitamin B complex
D. Vitamin K

The Doppler’s effect is applicable for………?

A. light waves only
B. sound waves only
C. Both Light waves and sound ways
D. None of these

SONAR is based on the principle of………..?

A. Echo
B. reverberation
C. resonance
D. None of these

Which planet is losing its atmosphere at faster than the earth?

A. Mecury
B. Venus
C. Mars
D. Jupiter

Underground water and the water on the earth’s surface is called ?

A. Mezosphere
B. Ionosphere
C. Hydrosphere
D. None of these

Short sightedness is due to……….?

A. Shifting of the iris
B. Elongation of eyeballs
C. Weakening of the retina
D. Weaker muscles

First controlled fission of an atom was carried out in …….. on 1938.

A. U.S
B. Germany
C. Russia
D. U.K

Lignite, bituminous & anthracite are different rank of ……… ?

A. Iron
B. Coal
C. Wood
D. None of these

which of the following is the most severe storm?

A. Hurricane
B. Tornado
C. Typhoon
D. None of these

Scientific study of the Algae is known as ………..?

A. Phycology
B. Pomology
C. Oneriology
D. Trichology

The Scientific Study of Caves are know as ……… ?

A. Haematology
B. Speleology
C. Oology
D. Oneriology

The scientific study of spiders is called ………. ?

A. Arachnology
B. Osteology
C. Pomology
D. None of these

The nearest Star to the planet earth is …….. ?

A. Regel
B. Canopus
C. Sun
D. Betelgeuse

Which Civilization developed & implemented the first solar calendar?

A. Babylonian
B. Greek
C. Egyptian
D. Aztec

The mean distance of the earth from the sun is astronomical units is…………?

A. 3.7 AU
B. 10 AU
C. 1 AU
D. 101 AU

The first and largest asteroid discovered was……….?

A. Pallas
B. Juno
C. Ceres
D. Trojan

which of the following planets has no moons ?

A. Mars
B. Neptune
C. Venus
D. None of these

A pulsar is actually a………..?

A. Black hole
B. White dwarf
C. Red giant
D. Neutron star 

The andromeda Galaxy is which type of the following types of galaxies ?

A. Elliptical
B. Spiral
C. Irregular
D. None of these.

Animal without red blood cells is……… ?

A. Frog
B. Earthworm
C. Snake
D. Crocodile

Nuclear sizes are expressed in a unit named ?

A. Tesla
B. Force
C. Fermi
D. Newton

Which types of waves are used in a night vision apparatus ?

A. Radio Waves
B. Micro Waves
C. Infrared Waves
D. Magnetic waves

The …….. system is the closest star system to our sun.?

A. Promixa Centauri
B. Alpha Centauri
C. Red proxima Centauri
D. None of these

Hen and chicken disorder is associated with………. ?

A. Mango
B. Grapes
C. Tomato
D. Guava

In onion pink color is due….. ?

A. anthocyanin
B. Carotene
C. Xanthophylls
D. None of these

Red color of tomato is due to………..?

A. Anthocyanin
B. Xanthophyll’s
C. Lycopene
D. None of these

vitamin D is chemically know as……… ?

A. Retinol
B. Calciferol
C. Tocopherol
D. None of these.

SI unit of light is ……… ?

A. watt
B. Pascal
C. Candela
D. Joule

Which of the following is the flightless bird?

A. Pavo cristatus
B. kakapo
C. Passer
D. None of these

How many planets in Solor Syestem?

A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 8 

Which planet is called “Lopsided planet” ?

A. Mercury
B. Venus
C. Uranus 
D. Saturn

Corona disease is a ……..  disease?

A. Infectious diseases
B. Deficiency disease
C. Hereditary disease
D. Physiological diseases

which is the second brightest star in the Universe?

A. Betelgeuse
B. Vega
C. Canopus
D. None of these

Which is the biggest star in the Universe?

A. UY Scuti
B. Rigel
C. Canopus
D. Arcturus

What is the average distance of the moon from earth?

A. 384,400 km
B. 350,000 km
C. 380,200 km
D. 384,500 km

The human eye forms the image of an object at its……..?

A. Cornea
B. Pupil
C. Iris
D. Retina

Diabetes could be classified into…… types.

A. Two types
B. Three types
C. Four types
D. None of these

Water has high density and minimum volume at……….?

A. 0°C
B. 4°C
C. 100°C
D. None of these

The side view mirrors of vehicles are of which type of mirrors?

A. Convex
B. Concave
C. Plane
D. Inverted

B12 deficiency can produce……….?

A. Insomnia
B. Microcytic anemia
C. Pernicious anemia
D. None Of these

What is the nature of pH of Milk?

A. Slightly Acidic
B. Slightly Basic
C. Highly Acidic
D. Highly Basic

Moon is the ……. satellite of the Earth?

A. Natural 
B. Artificial
C. Navigation
D. None of these

One Gross is equal to………..?

A. 5 Dozen
B. 10 Dozen
C. 12 Dozen
D. None of them

Temperature of Sun in Celsius Scale is 6000ºC  & in Fahrenheit is ………….?

A. 8000 F
B. 9000 F
C. 10,832 F
D. None of these

Which of the following is caused by bacteria?

A. Malaria
B. Tetanus
C. Cancer
D. None of these

Liquids which evaporate quickly are known as………..?

A. Evaporation
B. Volatile
C. Condense
D. None

The over-cooking of food should be avoided because…………?

A. Make the food difficult to digest
B. Reduce the nutrition value of food
C. Make food Poison
D. None

Which component of diet helps in preventing constipation ?

A. Proteins
B. Fats
C. Fiber
D. Carbohydrates

The size of Covid-19 virus is……?

A. 25-30KB
B. 28-30KB
C. 29-30KB
D. None of these

Which Part of Human Eye can be donated?

A. Conjunctiva
B. Iris
C. Pupil
D. Cornea

In the manufacture of Vanaspati Ghee/Banaspati Ghee which gas is used ?

A. Hydrogen 
B. Oxygen
C. Nitrogen
D. Carbon dioxide

Gales occur when the wind moves at the speed of ….. ?

A. 35 km/h
B. 55 km/h
C. 75 km/h
D. 100 km/h

Which layer of the atmosphere lies close to the earth?

A. Stratosphere
B. Mesosphere
C. Troposphere
D. Thermosphere

Balloons are filled with ……… ?

A. Nitrogen
B. Helium
C. Oxygen
D. Argon

When sugar is added to water, its boiling point:……….?

A. Increase
B. Decrease
C. Remain unchanged
D. None of the above

For glavinizing of iron which of the following metals is used ?

A. Aluminimum
B. Copper
C. Zinc
D. Lead

Which of the following is the lightest substance?

A. Uranium
B. Hydrogen
C. Oxygen
D. Nitrogen

Which of these is NOT a form of energy?

A. Heat
B. Light
C. Temperature
D. Electricity

Which of these is NOT an example of a renewable energy source?

A. Wind energy
B. solar
C. Coal
D. Hydroelectric power

For the generation of biogas, the materials commonly used are……….?

A. Animal wastes
B. Forest residues
C. Aquatic plants
D. None of these

Who discovered that the earth was not the center of the universe?

A. Aristotle
B. Nicolaus Copernicus
C. Sir Isac Newton
D. None

Vitamin C is essential for………..?

A. Appetite
B. Growth & repairing of tissues
C. Muscles
D. Brain

Human eye is how many Megapixels?

A. 1080 MP
B. 720 MP
C. 576 MP
D. 570 MP

Permanent hardness of water may be removed by the addition of………..?

A. Sodium Carbonate
B. Alum
C. Potassium Permanganate
D. Lime

In radiation, which of the following has strong photons?

A. X-Rays
B. Gamma
C. Microwave
D. Electromagnetic

Medium sized kidney stones are removed by……….?

A. Dialysis
B. Lithotripsy
C. Excretion
D. Laser

Accumulation of salts in kidneys results in………?

A. Diabetes
B. Hypertension
C. Cancer
D. Kidney Stone

The apart of neuron which receives message are……….?

A. Cell Bodies
B. Axons
C. Nuclei
D. Dendrites

Sensory neurons carry message towards ?

A. Muscle
B. Muscles and Glands
C. Sense and Organs
D. Brain and Spinal Cord 

Identify the blackest fish in the oceans?

A. Black Seafish
B. Black Dragon fish
C. Black Sea Horse
D. Black Gillfish

Speed of sound in air is …….km/h?

A. 1347
B. 243
C. 1235
D. 1495

Inflammation of liver is caused by…………?

A. Cholera
B. Hepatitis
C. Typhoid
D. Jaundice

Crude Oil is heated in the furnace up to ………?

A. 300°C
B. 350°C
C. 400°C
D. 450°C

Sunsets on Mars are ………?

A. Red
B. Blue
C. Yellow
D. Orange

Which gas is used for artificial ripening of green fruit ?

A. Carbon dioxide
B. Acetylene
C. Ethane
D. Ethylene

Only planet whose day is longer than its year is……….?

A. Mercury
B. Neptune
C. Venus
D. None of These

Milk contains water

A. 70%
B. 75%
C. 87%
D. 90%

Which of the following disease affects the skin ?

A. Rickets
B. Osteoporosis
C. Anemia
D. Pellagra

An ordinary mobile phone communicate by using………..?

A. Sound waves
B. Infrared waves
C. UV waves
D. Radio waves

Symbol of Iron is……….?

A. Na
B. Fr
C. Fe
D. Zn

Carbon dioxide was discovered by…….?

A. Niels Bohr
B. Amedeo Avogadro
C. Joseph Black
D. None of Above

Molasses is a byproduct of …… Factory ?

A. Fertilizer
B. Cotton seed oil
C. Sugar
D. Banaspati Ghee

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