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Ans is B. Think that P, R, T and V are North poles and Q, S, U and W are South poles. Same poles repel and opposite poles attract.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 4

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D cuz tapegrass is an aquatic plant, mango is a terrestrial plant and cactus is a desert plant ....in the same way pondweed is an aquatic plant, neem is a terrestrial plant and Keekar (spelt wrongly in the question) is a desert plant........ for extra knowledge keekar is also called mesquite bush in English (trust me I didn’t copy it from google or something, it is written in our science textbook)

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 7

Refer to the given dichotomous key.
I. (A) Fibre obtained from natural resources - Go to II
(B) Fibre obtained from chemicals -
II. (A) Plant fibre - Go to III
(B) Animal fibre - Go to IV
III. (A) Fibre obtained from seeds of plants -
(B) Fibre obtained from stem of plants -
IV. (A) Fibre obtained from mammal -
(B) Fibre obtained from insect -
Which of the following is incorrect regarding P, Q, R, S and T?

AP is a petroleum based fibre which does not absorb water readily.
BBoth fibres Q and S are obtained from their source organisms without harming them.
CQ is separated from seeds by retting whereas R is separated from stems by ginning.
DS can be obtained from the same animal again and again whereas T can be obtained from an animal only once in its lifetime.


Solution is one type and option is one type

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

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Please tell the answer

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I think it's C

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

A student places a magnet next to a metal fork and records what happens. Next, he places the same magnet next to a plastic fork and records what happens. Which question is the student most likely exploring in this investigation?

AHow do different materials react to magnets?
BDo items other than magnets have magnetic power?
CWhat causes magnets to be attracted to metal objects?
DDoes the size of a magnet affect its magnetic power?


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My answer is also A

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A

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A

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The correct answer is option D.

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Duhhh!!,! It’s obviously (c) 7O’clock cuz: The clock says it is 5:45, but it is 45 minutes slow, that means the real time is 45 minutes forward that will be 6;30......now the time after 30 minutes will be 7O’clock

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

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Ans is b because seventeenth from th left end is 6 and eight to 6's left is %.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

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Ans is A because iron rusts but aluminium doesn't rust. Rusting needs air and water.

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Did you mean: A student thinks that birds eat the same food as squirrels. Which of the following should she do to prove her view ? AShe should count the number of birds and squirrels in a park. BAShe should feed sugar water to each and record how much they drink. She should observe squirrels and birds and write down everything they eat. She should put a squirrel and a bird together in a cage for a week and observe them

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Ans is C because she should check whether the birds and squirrels eat the same food or not.

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