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Read the given paragraph carefully and fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate option. (i) is a thick dark, strong smelling liquid found deep in the earth. Unrefined (i) is called (ii) and (iii) gets collected over (i) inside the earth. During fractional distillation of (i), the fraction with (iv) boiling point condenses in the uppermost region and uncondensed (v) comes out of the fractionating tower.


(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)
A Petrol Petroleum Methane gas Highest Natural gas
B Kerosene Petrol Hydrogen gas Lowest Methane gas
C Petroleum Crude oil Natural gas Lowest Petroleum gas
D Petrol Petroleum Hydrogen gas Highest Natural gas


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The electric circuit shown here was set up by Ramesh. He placed a 6 cm copper bar, X, in the electric circuit. He closed the switch and observed the brightness of the bulb. Ramesh then repeated the experiment, each time using copper bars of different lengths: 8 cm, 12 cm, 15 cm. The aim of his experiment was


ATo find out if the number of batteries affect the brightness of the bulb
BTo find out if the different positions of the copper bar in the electric circuit will affect the brightness of the bulb
CTo find out if the length of the bar affects the brightness of the bulb
DTo find out if the material of the bar affects the brightness of the bulb.


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