Refer to the given diagram and select the correct option regarding X, Y and Z.
A X could be onion, Y could be turnip and Z could be mustard.
B X could be bean, Y could be balsam and Z could be rice.
C X could be balsam, Y could be onion whereas Z could be bean.
D X could be bean, Y could be mustard and Z could be grass.
Option A cannot be the answer as onion is edible but it is not in Edible group.
Aashi grouped plants on the basis of their seed dispersal
mode. By mistake, she put one wrong plant in each
group. Identify the odd member out and select the
correct option regarding this.
Group I : Maple, Lotus, Dandelion
Group II : Blackberry, Litchi, Coconut
Group III : Cocklebur, Geranium, Pea
A Lotus is incorrectly placed in group I and should be replaced with Euphorbia.
B Litchi in group II should be interchanged with Geranium in group III.
C Blackberry is incorrectly placed in group II and should be replaced with cotton.
D Cocklebur is incorrectly placed in group III and should be replaced with Lupin.
Lupin is dispersed by wind so how can it be D
Mount Rushmore, a tribute to great American presidents is made up of which kind of rock?
Read the given statements and select the correct option.
Statement 1 : Sound would travel faster on a hot summer day than on a cold winter day.
Statement 2 : Velocity of sound depends on temperature.
A Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 is the correct explanation of statement 1.
B Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
C Statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.
D Both statements 1 and 2 are false.
Sound travels slow in high temperatures .
Read the following passage and select the option which correctly fill blanks (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv).
(i) is the point of origin of an earthquake. (ii) measures the strength of an earthquake by estimating the amount of energy released at the focus. The point vertically above the origin point on the surface of the Earth, is (iii) . Seismic waves are detected, recorded and measured by (iv) .
Itâs seismograph that measures the strength of the earthquake.