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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

Identify P, Q, R and S in the given Venn diagram and select the incorrect option regarding them.


AP could be a colourless organelle that helps to store reserve food in the form of lipids, carbohydrates and proteins.
BQ could be an organelle that is involved in formation of spindle during cell division.
CR could be an organelle that contains genetic material organised as DNA along with proteins to form chromosomes.
DS could be an organelle that produces energy currency of the cell, ATP through cellular respiration.


P,Q,R,S Could be leucoplast, centrosome,ribosome,mitochondria respectivelyC Is correct answer...nucleus contains genetic material

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C

 

According to the given Venn diagram, cell organelles P, Q, R and S could be leucoplast, centrosome, ribosome and mitochondria respectively. Nucleus is a specialised double membrane bound protoplasmic body which contains genetic material organised as DNA along with proteins to form chromosomes.


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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

Refer to the given figure and select the incorrect statement regarding labelled parts W, X, Y and Z.


ADeficiency of hormone released by W could result in retarded growth of the body.
BDeficiency of hormone released by X during childhood could cause mental impairment and reduced growth whereas in adults it leads to reduced metabolism.
CDeficiency of hormone released by Y could negatively affect development of gametes and differentiation of secondary sexual characters in males and females.
DDeficiency of hormone released by Z may cause a rise in blood sugar level leading to a condition called diabetes mellitus.


W-Pitutary gland X-Thyroid gland Y-Adrenal gland Z-Pancreas adrenal glands control emotions

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C

 

In the given figure, W, X, Y and Z are pituitary gland, thyroid gland, adrenal gland and pancreas respectively.


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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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what is H2S4? It shoul be H2SO4

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D IS THE INCORRECT MATCH

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wowwwwwwwww

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it should be A

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

Ritu has 500 cm3 of oxygen in a small tank and she wants to transfer all of it to another container. Which of the following containers would be able to hold all the oxygen gas?


AR only
BQ and R
CP, Q and R
DNone of these


There should be a limit on how much we can compress the gas.Are we confidently saying that 500 cm-cube volume can be filled in a 250 cm-cube cylinder?Well and if we have to, will the cylinder construction remain same?If all the gas in the world can be compressed then why do we have to use big tanks or tankers?

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

A pile of cubes of equal size is arranged in the form of a block as shown in the figure. If the block is dipped into a bucket filled with red paint, so that only the surfaces of the block get coloured, then how many cubes are coloured on three faces only?


A14
B15
C16
D12


Answer should be 17 cause there are 5 cubes with three faces painted at the top. There are also the 2 corner cubes on the first level that have not been considered in the solution. Pls correct this mistake cause you guys dont correct even a single question. Not expected from you :(

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Answer should be 17 cause there are also the the corner cubes which have 3 face painted which have not been considered in the question. Pls correct this questions you guys dont correct any questions which have been challenged on the forum. Very lousy service not expected :(

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pls send me detailed solution because i didnt understand how to solve this

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Class : Class 8
I found 14 only. How is it 15? Please explain me!

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someone send me the detailed solution of this question

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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c

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C


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c

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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how many triangles are there in this figure....correct answer is d

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Class : Class 5
Why

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in the first biggest square there are 4 triangles and then when you see the corners there are again 4 triangles (because of the rhombus) then the 4 triangles in the corner are divided into 2 parts parts so there are total 8 small triangles and now if we divide the square diagonally we will get triangles we can divide it in 4 ways so now in total we have 20. now in bigger the rhombus in the corners of it you can find total 4 triangles. then in the smaller square we have a similar square as the bigger one so again 20. in total there are 20 4 20 = 44 and it is not in answer so it is none of these (d)

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in the first biggest square there are 4 triangles as we divide it into 4 parts diagonally.

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