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Subject :NCO    Class : Class 10

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To imagine beyond our limit

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 9

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All option are wrong.

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B

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All are correct

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 9

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Hi all, The pathogens of disease can be transferred from infected mother to the foetus only through placenta. it is because all the nutrients are poured into the body of the foetus by placenta in the womb. Placenta is the only biological connection between the mother and the unborn baby in the womb. The foetus is not out of the womb of the mother to feed through her breast milk.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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Because hair present in nose keeps the dust particles away and prevent it to went inside of nose but in mouth the dust particles can easily go. Of course breathing from mouth is a bad habit.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 3

Ravi took 100 gms each of three different soils P, Q and R in three identical troughs each with a hole at the base. He poured water (20 mL) over these three soils and collected the water dripping from the trough holes in similar graduated beakers X, Y and Z respectively for soils P, Q and R.
His readings were as follows:

Now, select the soil that is most suitable for pottery.

A P
B R
C Q
D None of these


the answer should be 'c' as trough q absorb least water.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 3

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It is b not c because it is showing INCORRECT OPTION

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Correct answer is C not B

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Yes archit you’re right b

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read question properly in question.

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Correct answer is c not b because police man's car carry crimnals and police mans not letters,messages,parcel etc.

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It will be b because it is shown INCORRECT OPTION

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answer B is correct. they asked about incorrect option regarding police van.

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this will be option C

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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Au is the scientific name of gold

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Aurum (Au) is the scientific name of gold.

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Aurum (au) is the scientific name of gold

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Gold is also known as Aurum.

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It's Latin name is aurum and symbol is au

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Au is the scientific name of gold

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 10
SOF Olympiad Trainer Michael Jordan Home Forum User Forum Ask Your Question Select Class: NCO NSO IMO IEO GENERAL arpit12345 from Ryan International School, New Delhi Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 15 days ago Which of the following statements are incorrect? I. Reactivity of Al decreases if it is dipped in nitric acid. II. Carbon can reduce the oxides of Na and Mg. III. NaCl is a good conductor of electricity in solid state. IV. Metals like K, Ca and Mg are always found in free state in nature. A I, II and III only B II, III and IV only C I and III only D II and III only common salt can never conduct electricity in solid state View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers arpit12345 from Ryan International School, New Delhi Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 15 days ago Observe the given experimental set-up carefully. image Which of the following could be the possible observation and inference drawn? A The solution becomes blue-green due to formation of copper oxide, P is acidic. B The solution becomes blue-green due to formation of copper chloride, P is basic. C The solution becomes white due to formation of calcium hydroxide, P is basic. D The solution becomes white due to formation of calcium oxide, P is acidic. the correct answer should be (b) because copper cant displace h2 from HCl View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers arpit12345 from Ryan International School, New Delhi Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 15 days ago Four students P, Q, R and S noted the initial colour of the solutions kept in beakers I, II, III and IV. After inserting zinc rods in each solution and leaving them undisturbed for two hours, the colour of each solution was again noted in the form of table given below : image Which student noted the colour change in all the four beakers correctly? A P B Q C R D S the correct answer is not given because acc. to reactivity series only beaker 1 will have some change View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers Shivek from Dav, Hazaribag Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 17 days ago How PD is created within the battery? View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers Aastik from Joy senior secondary school, Jabalpur Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 18 days ago If sinq + sin2q = 1, then cos2q + cos4q = _______ . (A) 0 > (B) E-3.eps (C) 1 (D) 2 View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers ram from abc, xyz Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 22 days ago if pure water is good conductor of electricity? View All Answers (3) Submit Your Answers Michael Jordan from Red Bulls, Brooklyn Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 29 days ago View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers Vivek from Adarsha vidyalaya, Holenarasipura Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 about a month ago Why diamond conducts only heat but not electricity? View All Answers (1) Ans 1: Rahul Barodia from School of Scholars , Amravati Class : Class 10 21 days ago It is because diamonds contain no free electron and hence do not conduct electricity. 1 Likes Submit Your Answers Savneet Singh from SA JAIN SENIOR MODEL SCHOOL, AMBALA CITY Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 3 months ago What is the total mass of the earth? View All Answers (1) Ans 1: Abhishek Lal from St Xavier's , Sahibganj Class : Class 10 2 months ago 17 Likes 302 Dislikes Submit Your Answers Savneet Singh from SA JAIN SENIOR MODEL SCHOOL, AMBALA CITY Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 3 months ago What is the total mass of the earth? View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers NILESH SARANGADHAR KATOLE from S.m.t dhanabai vidyaly, Balapur. Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 3 months ago Nilesh katole View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 3 months ago Is someone alive in this forum? View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 4 months ago IS ASTATINE[atomic no.=85] A HALOGEN? View All Answers (1) Ans 1: shivangini kumar from Queens college, indore Class : Class 10 15 days ago yes because it is part of 17 period of halogens in periodic table Submit Your Answers Utkarsh agarwal from Maharaja sawai bhawani singh school jaipur, Jaipur Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 4 months ago Ok View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers Abhi Shiv from Rose Public School, Darbhanga Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 6 months ago What is the total no. Of positive charge in 300 cc of water View All Answers (1) Ans 1: Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Class : Class 10 3 months ago actually water is neutral. IRRESPECTIVE of volume ,it will contain equal no. of negative and positive charges. according to your que., you have 0.3L of water. assume that you have 36g of water(since the weight is not mentioned).Then calculate total moles of it(=2 moles).THEN ,calculate total moles of (H+) IONS i.e, +charge[=4 moles].Then,4*6.022*10power23. finally,total no. of +charge=24.088*10power23. 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View All Answers (0) Submit Your Answers Ajoy Pushilal from Global indian international school, Singapore Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 about a year ago c View All Answers (1) Ans 1: Kush Malpani from Cathedral and John Connon Middle School, Mumbai Class : Class 7 about a year ago what in the world do u mean 2 Likes Submit Your Answers Vinay Yadav from kv thane, Mumbai Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 about a year ago Do you think getting back in time is possible? View All Answers (2) Ans 1: Darshana from Pon Vidyashram, Chennai Class : Class 10 about a year ago Scientifically and theoretically speaking, you can go back in time if you can go faster than the speed of light. If you do so, the time dilation will technically allow you to reach your destination before you have even left, thus making you travel back in time. But it is impossible according to Einstein's Special Theory.. You could also travel through wormholes which are something like theoretical warps in the fabric of space time.. I don't know much about them though... It all comes down to relativity. 5 Likes 1 Dislikes Ans 2: Darshana from Pon Vidyashram, Chennai Class : Class 10 about a year ago Scientifically and theoretically speaking, you can go back in time if you can go faster than the speed of light. If you do so, the time dilation will technically allow you to reach your destination before you have even left, thus making you travel back in time. But it is impossible according to Einstein's Special Theory.. You could also travel through wormholes which are something like theoretical warps in the fabric of space time.. I don't know much about them though... It all comes down to relativity. 7 Likes 1 Dislikes Submit Your Answers mnajl from GEMS New Millennium School Al Khail, Dubai Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 about a year ago what is the fastest car im also in grade 2 View All Answers (2) Ans 1: Soham P. Chougule from St. Xavier's High School, Kolhapur, Kolhapur Class : Class 10 about a year ago Bugatti Veyron or Hennessey Venom GT. 14 Likes 11 Dislikes Ans 2: mnajl from GEMS New Millennium School Al Khail, Dubai Class : Class 2 about a year ago thrust SSC it goes 1200 kmph and the only car which reached MACH 1 and the one up your wrong I answered my own Question 56 Likes 1 Dislikes Submit Your Answers Sreenath from BLUEBELLS SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL, New Delhi Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 about a year ago Which is the fastest transport? View All Answers (1) Ans 1: Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Class : Class 10 4 months ago light 1 Likes 1 Dislikes Submit Your Answers from , Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 about a year ago What is String Theory? View All Answers (1) Ans 1: mnajl from GEMS New Millennium School Al Khail, Dubai Class : Class 2 about a year ago THERE ARE TINY TINY 0.00000000001 SOMETHING METRES OF STRINGS ITS 1D AND MAKES UP ALL OF THE THINGS IN THE UNIVERSE I KNOW AND IM IN GRADE 2 I REALLY KNOW THIS WHEN IM IN GRADE 2 Submit Your Answers Dristi Sharma from St. Agnes High School, Kharagpur Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 about a year ago What type of reflection is responsible for formation of image? View All Answers (1) Ans 1: akhil sharma from Delhi Public School , Mathura Class : Class 10 about a year ago regular 4 Likes Submit Your Answers Shweta Basu from Amity international School, Gurgaon Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 2 years ago The flow of blood through your heart and around your body is called? 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View All Answers (7) Ans 1: anjali1508in@gmail.com from little angels school pilibhit, pilibhit Class : Class 8 about a year ago Larynx 1 Likes Ans 2: Nandana from St Thomas Residential School, Mukkolakkal, Trivandrum , Trivandrum Class : Class 5 about a year ago Larynx 50 Likes 101 Dislikes Ans 3: Anu Sharma from DPS Noida, Noida Class : Class 2 2 years ago Larynx 1 Likes Ans 4: Aryan Sirohi from mount litera zee school, Bengaluru Class : Class 4 11 months ago larnyx 100 Likes Ans 5: Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Class : Class 10 4 months ago LARYNX 2 Likes Ans 6: Manasi Gupta from Delhi Public School,Durg, Durg Class : Class 10 about a year ago Larynx. It is a tube about 2 inches (5cm) long in adults. It sits above the windpipe (trachea) in the neck and in front of the food pipe. The food pipe in the upper part of the neck is called the pharynx. Ans 7: Manasi Gupta from Delhi Public School,Durg, Durg Class : Class 10 about a year ago Submit Your Answers Shweta Basu from Amity international School, Gurgaon Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 2 years ago What is the name of the substance that gives skin and hair its pigment? View All Answers (6) Ans 1: emawatson401 from St. George School, Geneva Class : Class 10 9 months ago Melanin: The pigment that gives human skin, hair and eyes their color. Dark skinned people have more Melanin in their skin that light skinned people have. Melanin is produced by cells called Melanocytes. A month back I was facing Hyperpigmentation. It was getting worse and worse day by day. One of my friend recommended to use "Cysteamine Creame". After using it I felt very good. I highly recommend to use it, if anyone having skin pigmentation issue. Ans 2: anjali1508in@gmail.com from little angels school pilibhit, pilibhit Class : Class 8 about a year ago The melanin found in the hair follicle determines our hai colour.They are of two types - eumelanin and pheomelanin 1 Likes Ans 3: Anu Sharma from DPS Noida, Noida Class : Class 2 2 years ago MELANIN Ans 4: Manasi Gupta from Delhi Public School,Durg, Durg Class : Class 10 about a year ago Melanin. Melanin is produced by cells called melanocytes.There are three basic types of melanin: eumelanin, pheomelanin, and neuromelanin. The most common is eumelanin, of which there are two types—brown eumelanin and black eumelanin. Pheomelanin is a cysteine-containing red polymer of benzothiazine units largely responsible for red hair, among other pigmentation. Neuromelanin is found in the brain, though its function remains obscure.Vitiligo: A Common Cause of Loss of Skin Pigment Ans 5: Prakharvarshney22@gmail.com from Sneh international school, New Delhi Class : Class 10 10 months ago Melanin 1 Likes Ans 6: Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Class : Class 10 4 months ago MELANIN Submit Your Answers Shweta Basu from Amity international School, Gurgaon Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 2 years ago What is the 7th element on the periodic table of elements? View All Answers (6) Ans 1: Rayansh from Ryan Global School, Chembur, Mumbai Class : Class 8 about a year ago It is nitrogen. Ans 2: Anu Sharma from DPS Noida, Noida Class : Class 2 2 years ago Nitrogen 1 Likes Ans 3: Jigyasa Kumari from Ryan International School, Bengaluru Class : Class 10 about a year ago Nitrogen Ans 4: Pranav from Sri Aurobindo Memorial school, Bengaluru Class : Class 8 about a year ago nitrogen Ans 5: Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Class : Class 10 4 months ago SHWETA, YOU SHOULD MENTION 7th ELEMENT ACCORDING TO MASS NO. OR ATOMIC NO.OR...WHAT? Ans 6: Manasi Gupta from Delhi Public School,Durg, Durg Class : Class 10 about a year ago Nitrogen. Submit Your Answers Shweta Basu from Amity international School, Gurgaon Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 2 years ago Which of the following parts of the sun is easily visible only during a total solar eclipse? View All Answers (3) Ans 1: Manasi Gupta from Delhi Public School,Durg, Durg Class : Class 10 about a year ago Corona. But I m unable to find the reason fr the answer. somebody pl mention it. Shweta thanks for such gud quest!!! May I ask you from where u get such quests?? Ans 2: Anu Sharma from DPS Noida, Noida Class : Class 2 2 years ago CORONA 1 Likes Ans 3: Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Class : Class 10 4 months ago CORONA Submit Your Answers Shweta Basu from Amity international School, Gurgaon Subject :NSO Class : Class 10 2 years ago The outside layer of skin on the human body is called the? View All Answers (4) Ans 1: Anu Sharma from DPS Noida, Noida Class : Class 2 2 years ago Epidermis 1 Likes Ans 2: Utkarsh Shankar from D.A.V. Public School, Bihar Sharif Class : Class 10 about a year ago I think it would be Epidermis. 1 Likes 1 Dislikes Ans 3: Vaidehi from Agragami Convent School.Wardha., wardha Class : Class 10 4 months ago STRATIFIED KERATINISED SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM Ans 4: Manasi Gupta from Delhi Public School,Durg, Durg Class : Class 10 about a year ago They eventually reach the top layer called stratum corneum and are sloughed off, or desquamated. This process is called keratinization and takes place within weeks. The outermost layer of the epidermis consists of 25 to 30 layers of dead cells. 2 Likes 1 Dislikes Submit Your Answers Aryan Ques Asked 51 Ques Answered 50 Up Votes 2074 Down Votes 393 Badges Earned 0 Prepare for NSO, NCO, IMO, IEO with SOF Olympiad Trainer

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