A Predators may have been introduced into Tank P in April.
B All the guppies in Tank S could have been either male or female only.
C There were more guppies born in April in Tank R than Tank Q.
D The death rates of guppies in Tank P and Tank R in April were greater than the birth rates.
The diagram below shows the cross-section of a stem
of a plant.
What will you observe when the plant stem is cut after being submerged in blue dye for a day?
A Part P is stained blue
B Part Q is stained blue
C Part R is stained blue
D Part S is stained blue
There are two mixtures P and Q with the following
The components of P mixture are separated by technique I while for Q mixture, technique II is used as shown in the figures.
Select the correct statement among the following.
A If more of X is dissolved in Y, then a saturated solution is formed.
B Z and Y can also be separated by sedimentation and decantation.
C Y is a common solid particle in both the mixtures.
D If a mixture of X and Z is formed, then more than one method is used to separate the components.
Answer the following question based on the five
words given below.
LAP BUT CAR SON HID
(The new words formed after performing the mentioned operations may or may not be meaningful English words).
If the positions of the first and the third alphabets of each of the words are interchanged, which of the following would form a meaningful word in the new arrangement?
C Both LAP and BUT
Which of the following steps is/are incorrect while
constructing an angle of 120°?
Step 1 : Draw any line MN and take a point C on line.
Step 2 : Place the pointer of the compass at C and draw an arc of convenient radius which cuts the line at A.
Step 3 : Without disturbing the radius on the compass draw an arc with A as centre which cuts the first arc at B.
Step 4 : Again without disturbing the radius on the compass and with M as centre, draw an arc with O which cuts the first arc at C.
Step 5 : Join OA. ∠ OAN is the required angle of measure 120°.
A Only step 1
B Both step 4 and step 5
C Only step 5
D Only step 2
One way animals usually respond to a sudden drop in temperature is by