Neha lives in a hostel and has six roommates. Out of them four fell ill. Which of them can make Neha fall ill?
A Rati who has anaemia
B Sashi who has scurvy
C Nidhi who developed a dust allergy
D Swati who has cold
C IS THE RIGHT ANSWER
Refer to the given flow chart and select the correct option regarding P, Q and R.
AQ refers to vitamin B-complex.
BOur body can synthesise R and P hence we need not to include them in our diet.
CP is obtained from citrus fruits like lemon, orange etc.
DDeficiency of P leads to rickets whereas deficiency of R leads to beri-beri.
The given graph shows the temperature changes when a sample of ice is heated.
Select the correct option.
AAt point 1, liquid is evaporating.
BAt point 2, ice is in solid state.
CAt point 4, ice is in vapour state.
DNone of these
Sumeet threw a pebble directly upwards. Which one of the following Pebble
statements is correct regarding this?
A Gravity will have no effect on the pebble until it reaches its highest point.
B The pebble will keep going upwards at the same speed until it reaches its highest point.
C The pebble will keep going upwards until gravity ceases to act on it.
D Gravity will act on the pebble both while it is going up and also while it is falling down.
Read the given statements.
1. In roasting, food is cooked in an oven or over fire.
2. Grilling is done in a griller/tandoor.
3. Baking involves cooking the food item in liquid fats.
4. Reheating the food maintains its nutrient contents.
Select the option that correctly identifies true (T) and false (F) ones.
Ans 1: (Master Answer)
Baking is a method of cooking food that uses dry heat. A little or no fat is added in baked goods, but the cooking isn’t done in liquid fats.
Reheating cooked foods is bad as the food looses its nutrient value as well as its taste. Reheating also destroys many heat-sensitive vitamins, such as Vitamin C.
The given graph represents how three different living organisms (X, Y and Z) cope with the external environmental conditions. Study the graph and select the correct option regarding X, Y and Z.
AX could be a mammal.
BY could be a bird.
CZ could be a mammal.
DX could be a bird.
Which of the following comparisons of the two birth control methods used by women are correct?
|Contraceptive pills||Tubal ligation|
|A||No implantation of embryo||Implantation of embryo occurs|
|B||No menstruation||Menstruation occurs|
|C||Reversible||Reversibility is very poor|
|D||Ovulation occurs||No ovulation|