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Everyday Science Quiz Test 11

When White light is passed through a prism, Its splits into ___ Colours?
(A) 8
(B) 6
(C) 7
(D) 2

Answer
7

CNG Stands for?
(A) Convert Natural Gas
(B) Compressed Natural Gas
(C) Conducted Natural Gas
(D) None of these

Answer
Compressed Natural Gas

The camera uses a ___ to form an image?
(A) convex lens
(B) Concave lens
(C) Both
(D) None of these

Answer
Convex lens

The most densest substance on the Earth is?
(A) Platinum
(B) Copper
(C) Steel
(D) Osmium

Answer
Osmium

The SI unit of pressure is?
(A) Pascal
(B) joule
(C) Tesla
(D) None of these

Answer
Pascal

Each day a human body breath in ____ Litres of Air?
(A) 5000 to 10000
(B) 10000 to 15000
(C) 15000 to 20000
(D) 20000 to 25000

Answer
15000 to 20000

The most abundant element in the earth crust is
(A) Hydrogen
(B) Oxygen
(C) Nitrogen
(D) None

Answer
Oxygen

The most Abundant Element in the universe is ??
(A) Oxygen
(B) Hydrogen
(C) Carbon Dioxide
(D) Silicon

Answer
Hydrogen

The Gas used in Refrigerator To cool water is
(A) Nitrogen
(B) Amonia
(C) Hydrogen
(D) Oxygen

Answer
Amonia

The Sun is a ??
(A) Star
(B) Planet
(C) Asteriod
(D) none

Answer
Star

A device which converts chemical energy into Electrical energy called?
(A) Motor
(B) Generator
(C) Battery
(D) All of the Above

Answer
Battery

Radioactivity was discovered by?
(A) Kelvin
(B) Thomson
(C) Rutherford
(D) Bacquerel

Answer
Bacquerel

The Life span of Red blood cells is_____days?
(A) 60
(B) 120
(C) 180
(D) 365

Answer
120

For a Fixed mass of Gas at constant Temprature, If we decrease volume, The pressure will_____?
(A) also decrease
(B) Increase
(C) Remain Constant
(D) None of these

Answer
Increase

Deficiency of Vitamin A results in ___?
(A) Night Blindness
(B) Hair fall
(C) Rickets
(D) Scurvy

Answer
Night Blindness

Short Sight Defect could be corrected by a ____?
(A) Concave Lens
(B) Convex lens
(C) Converging lens
(D) None of these

Answer
Concave Lens

Severe Deffciency of Vitamin D results in?
(A) Scurvy
(B) Rickets
(C) Night Blindness
(D) None

Answer
Rickets

which is the outermost planet in the Solar system?
(A) Mercury
(B) Pluto
(C) Neptune
(D) Venus

Answer
Neptune

ozone chemical formula is?
(A) O2
(B) O3
(C) O
(D) O1

Answer
O3

Human body is about____water by weight?
(A) 50%
(B) 60%
(C) 70%
(D) 80%

Answer
60%

The Average Adult has a blood volume of About_____Litres?
(A) 4
(B) 5
(C) 6
(D) 7

Answer
5

The Sun Mass is mainly consist of?
(A) Nitrogen
(B) Hydrogen
(C) Helium
(D) Carbon dioxide

Answer
Hydrogen

The gas commonly Known as Laughing Gas?
(A) Carbon Dioxide
(B) Sulfur Dioxide
(C) Nitrous Oxide
(D) Sodium Oxide

Answer
Nitrous Oxide

Any disease or infection that is naturally transmissible from vertebrate animals to humans is called?
(A) Zonoses
(B) Zoonoses
(C) Ananoses
(D) Chordnoses

Answer
Zoonoses

Ageusia is the loss of which sense?
(A) Taste
(B) Smell
(C) Memory
(D) Sight

Answer
Taste

1 Coulomb = ___________ e.
(A) 6×10-19
(B) 6.25×1018
(C) 1.6×1019
(D) 6.25×10-18

Answer
6.25×1018

Keeping of Birds Called___________?
(A) Apiculture
(B) Aviculture
(C) Viniculture
(D) Viticulture

Answer
Aviculture

The first cloned animal was____________?
(A) Goat
(B) Cow
(C) Rat
(D) Sheep

Answer
Sheep

Which of the following is used for hearing the sound of heart and lungs?
(A) Steroscope
(B) Stethoscope
(C) Oscillator
(D) Oncolator

Answer
Stethoscope

Red blood cells are produced in_________?
(A) Liver
(B) Heart
(C) Spleen
(D) Bone-marrow

Answer
Bone-marrow

Fathom is the unit of measurement for__________?
(A) Sound
(B) Depth
(C) Energy
(D) Time

Answer
Depth

Who discovered the Polio Vaccine?
(A) Jonas Salk
(B) Jaber Ibn Hayan
(C) Selman Waksman
(D) None of these

Answer
Jonas Salk

Who was the surgeon who pioneered antiseptic surgery in 1865?
(A) Edward Jenner
(B) Joseph Lister
(C) Henry William
(D) John Sleeman

Answer
Joseph Lister

Who is the Current IG of KPK police?
(A) Salahuddin Khan Mehsud
(B) Salahuddin Khan Mehsud
(C) Nasir Khan Durrani
(D) Sanaullah Abbasi

Answer
Salahuddin Khan Mehsud

‘ELISA’ test is employed to diagnose?
(A) Corona virus
(B) AIDS antibodies
(C) Tuberculosis bacterium
(D) Cancer

Answer
AIDS antibodies

Sleeping sickness in the natives of Africa is caused by________?
(A) Trichomonas
(B) Giardia
(C) Leishmania
(D) Trypanosoma

Answer
Trypanosoma

Which of the following is not a mosquito born disease?
(A) Dengue fever
(B) Malaria
(C) Sleeping sickness
(D) Filariasis

Answer
Sleeping sickness

Amnesia is related to:__________?
(A) Sleeping sickness
(B) Loss of sight
(C) Loss of hearing
(D) Loss of memory

Answer
Loss of memory

Which two organs glands are affected by malaria?
(A) Lungs and heart
(B) Spleen and liver
(C) Kidneys and lungs
(D) Heart and brain

Answer
Spleen and liver

A chronometer meter measures__________?
(A) Sound waves
(B) Time
(C) Color contrast
(D) Water waves

Answer
Time

Who discovered the Solar system ?
(A) Copernicus
(B) Galileo
(C) Newton
(D) Kepler

Answer
Copernicus

Vector of Kala-azar disease is___________?
(A) Sandfly
(B) Dragonfly
(C) Mosquito
(D) Housefly

Answer
Sandfly

Which of the following is not a contagious disease?
(A) Hysteria
(B) Measles
(C) Influenza
(D) Typhoid

Answer
Hysteria

Deficiency diseases are caused due to the deficiency of___________?
(A) Proteins
(B) Vitamins
(C) Carbohydrates
(D) Fats

Answer
Vitamins

Which of the following is nutritional deficiency disease?
(A) Albinism
(B) Cirrhosis
(C) Rabies
(D) Pellagra

Answer
Pellagra

Vitamin B3 is also known as__________?
(A) Thiamine
(B) Riboflavin
(C) Niacin
(D) Retinol

Answer
Niacin

Vitamin B2 is also called as__________?
(A) Riboflavin
(B) Thiamine
(C) Ascorbic Acid
(D) Niacin

Answer
Riboflavin

Vitamin B1 is also known as____________?
(A) Riboflavin
(B) Retinol
(C) Thiamine
(D) Niacin

Answer
Thiamine

A branch of medicine dealing with eyes and related diseases is called_________?
(A) Opthalmology
(B) Obstetrics
(C) Physiology
(D) Haematology

Answer
Opthalmology

The study of geographical areas, plants and animal distribution is called_________?
(A) Cosmetology
(B) Chorology
(C) Osteology
(D) Mycology

Answer
Chorology

The study of forces acting upon bodies in motion in the air is called__________?
(A) Aeronautics
(B) Aerophysics
(C) Aerodynamics
(D) Aerofraction

Answer
Aerodynamics

Disease beri beri is because of___________?
(A) Lack of green vegetables in diet
(B) Use of milled rice
(C) Deficiency of calcium in bones
(D) Poor use of citrus fruits

Answer
Use of milled rice

Insects responsible for transmitting diseases are called___________?
(A) Drones
(B) Vectors
(C) Hybirds
(D) None of these

Answer
None of these

Lock Jaw i.e. difficulty in opening the mouth, is a symptom of___________?
(A) Chlorea
(B) Plague
(C) Diphtheira
(D) Tetanus

Answer
Tetanus

The main Constituent of Biogas is__________?
(A) Methane
(B) Hydrogyn
(C) Oxygen
(D) Carbon dioxide

Answer
Methane

Virus is__________?
(A) unicellular
(B) multicellular
(C) acellular
(D) none of these

Answer
acellular

Virus is__________?
(A) unicellular
(B) multicellular
(C) acellular
(D) none of these

Answer
acellular

The Renaissance scientist who explained how planets moved around the sun was
(A) Kepler
(B) Rebelais
(C) Francis Bacorr
(D) Gutenber

Answer
Kepler

The Proportion of Hydrogen to Helium in the Sun is________?
(A) 3:2
(B) 3:1
(C) 1:1
(D) 3:4

Answer
3:1

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are called_________?
(A) Jovian planets
(B) Terrestrial Planets
(C) Cactus plant
(D) None of these

Answer
Jovian planets

Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are called___________?
(A) Dwarf Planet
(B) Gaseous Planets
(C) Terrestrial Planets
(D) None of these

Answer
Terrestrial Planets

Which of the following cutting conditions greatly affects the tool wear?
(A) Cutting speed
(B) Feed
(C) Depth of cut
(D) None of these

Answer
Cutting speed

In which type of solar eclipse the Sun’s center is covered by the moon, leaving its edges uncovered?
(A) Partial Solar Eclipse
(B) Total Solar Eclipse
(C) Annular Solar Eclipse
(D) None of the above

Answer
Annular Solar Eclipse

Almost identical eclipses occur after 18 years and 11 days. This cycle is known as__________?
(A) Partial Eclipse cycle
(B) Total Eclipse Cycle
(C) Saros Cycle
(D) None of the above

Answer
Saros Cycle

Day and night are the results of__________?
(A) Earth rotation around its axis
(B) Earth revolution
(C) Earth rotation accompanied with its revolution.
(D) None of these

Answer
Earth rotation around its axis

In whole Periodic Table which element Is Most Reducing Agent ?
(A) Chlorine
(B) lithium
(C) Helium
(D) Neon

Answer
lithium

Joint in which bones are joined together by fibrous tissues is called _____________ ?
(A) Fibrous joint
(B) Cartilaginous joint
(C) Synovial joint
(D) Ball and socket joint

Answer
Fibrous joint

How many longitudes are there in Globe?
(A) 90
(B) 180
(C) 270
(D) 360

Answer
360

The coldest region of the Earth’s atmosphere is__________?
(A) Exosphere
(B) Thermosphere
(C) Stratopause
(D) Mesopause

Answer
Mesopause

Which is the Coldest Planet ?
(A) Earth
(B) Venus
(C) Mercury
(D) Neptune

Answer
Neptune

Which Planet is known as Watery Planet?
(A) Earth
(B) Mars
(C) Jupiter
(D) Mercury

Answer
Earth

How many bones are in human Eyes?
(A) Three
(B) Four
(C) Five
(D) Seven

Answer
Seven

Which part of the body is attacked by “Gingivitis” disease?
(A) Eyes
(B) Nails
(C) Gums
(D) Nostrils

Answer
Gums

Example of gas having monoatomic molecules is ___________ ?
(A) Nitrogen
(B) Nydrogen
(C) Neon and argon
(D) Oxygen and nitrogen

Answer
Neon and argon

Electric motor was invented by __________ ?
(A) Michael Faraday
(B) Oliver Evans
(C) Thomas Edison
(D) Horace Day

Answer
Michael Faraday

Vernal equinox of northern hemisphere in March marks season of __________ ?
(A) Spring
(B) Summer
(C) Winter
(D) Autumn

Answer
Spring

Medium which sends signal from source to destination is known as ________ ?
(A) Transmitter
(B) Transmission channel
(C) Receiver
(D) Hardware

Answer
Transmission channel

Very High Frequency (VHF) have __________ wavelengths?
(A) shorter
(B) shortest
(C) longer
(D) longest

Answer
shorter

Places where the temperature of air is above freezing point of the water, the precipitation will be in the form of ________ ?
(A) Hailstorms
(B) Thunders
(C) Rain
(D) Lightning

Answer
Rain

Places where the temperature of air is below freezing point of the water, the precipitation will be in the form of __________ ?
(A) Snow
(B) Lightning
(C) Hailstorms
(D) Thunders

Answer
Snow

How many Calories are there in 100 grams Natural Honey?
(A) 107
(B) 209
(C) 304
(D) 416

Answer
304

What do you mean by Phonetics?
(A) Study of speech sounds
(B) Study of language and rules
(C) Study of insects
(D) Study of meaning and syntax

Answer
Study of speech sounds

How many chambers are in the human heart ?
(A) 02
(B) 03
(C) 04
(D) 05

Answer
04

In human, Which body part develop first ?
(A) Heart
(B) Brain
(C) Lungs
(D) Kidneys

Answer
Heart

Who is the Current Finance Minister of Pakistan?
(A) Shaukat Fayyaz Ahmed Tarin
(B) Mr. Asad Umer
(C) Hammad Azhar
(D) Abdul hafeez Sheikh

Answer
Shaukat Fayyaz Ahmed Tarin

When car takes turn around a curve road, the passengers feel a force acting on them in a direction away from the center of the curve. It is due to__________________? 2 A. Centripetal force
(A) Centripetal force
(B) Gravitational force
(C) Their inertia
(D) Centrifugal force

Answer
Centrifugal force

The principal constituent of the atmosphere of the Earth is?
(A) Oxygen
(B) Carbon
(C) Hydrogen
(D) Nitrogen

Answer
Nitrogen

The SI unit of electric current is?
(A) Coloumb
(B) Ampere
(C) Volt
(D) Watt

Answer
Ampere

Einstein’s famous equation which states that mass and energy are interchangeable is?
(A) E = mc2
(B) E = cm2
(C) M = ec2
(D) M = ce2

Answer
E = mc2

Biosensor is used to measure?
(A) Blood glucose level
(B) The body pH value
(C) Amount of hemoglobin
(D) Salinity in Urine

Answer
Blood glucose level

The planets visible to us without using a telescope are __________?
(A) 3
(B) 4
(C) 5
(D) 6

Answer
5

The bodyguard of the Earth is __________ that save the Earth from many Comets and Asteroids.
(A) Mars
(B) Saturn
(C) Uranus
(D) Jupiter

Answer
Jupiter

1 light year = ?
(A) 9.5×10^6 km
(B) 9.5×10^9 km
(C) 9.5×10^12 km
(D) 9.5×10^18 km

Answer
9.5×10^12 km

In a very low temperature which from the following will freeze at last?
(A) River Water
(B) Canal water
(C) Sea Water
(D) Water in Lake

Answer
Sea water

The Great Spot is on the planet __________?
(A) Saturn
(B) Venus
(C) Mars
(D) Jupiter

Answer
Jupiter

The planet which is easily visible from the Earth is?
(A) Mercury
(B) Venus
(C) Mars
(D) Jupiter

Answer
Venus

The salinity of sea water is determined by the amount of common salt (Sodium Chloride) in __________ of sea water.
(A) 1 gram
(B) 10 grams
(C) 1 kg
(D) 10 kg

Answer
1 kg

The position of an element in the Periodic Table is determined by its __________ number?
(A) Electron
(B) Proton
(C) Neutron
(D) Positron

Answer
Electron

Urine is produced in __________?
(A) Kidneys
(B) Lungs
(C) Larg intestine
(D) Liver

Answer
Kidneys

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