Names of some professionals are hidden in the given word grid.
a. How many names are hidden?
b. How many of them require skills for the work and not high education?
Match the column I with column II and select the correct option from the given codes.
|A||(i), (iii)||(ii), (iv)||(ii), (iii)||(ii), (iv)|
|B||(i), (iv)||(ii), (iii)||(ii), (iv)||(i), (iv)|
|C||(ii), (iv)||(i), (iii)||(i), (iv)||(ii), (iii)|
|D||(i), (iv)||(ii), (iii)||(i), (iii)||(i), (iv)|
The given pie charts show the composition of three types of soil samples X, Y and Z.
Which of the following is correct regarding these?
A X is unable to hold water or nutrients.
B Y is used for pot making.
C Z provides good amount of oxygen to roots for breathing.
D X is best suited for cultivation.
Dig up a handful of garden soil and put it in a beaker. Add about 500 mL of water and shake the beaker for a little while. Now, allow the soil to settle down. In which order, the soil components will get arranged from (i) to (iv) as shown in the figure?
Kunal pushed down a toy car from top of a racing track as shownin the diagram. The arrows show the direction of movement of the car.
Which of the following statements are correct?
1.The car has the most gravitational potential energy at P.
2.The car has the most kinetic energy at P.
3.The car used up all its energy at U.
4.The car has the least kinetic energy at R.
5.The car at U stops, as its gravitational potential energy has been converted to kinetic, heat and sound energy.
A1 and 3
B1 and 5
C2, 3 and 4
D2, 4 and 5