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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

Vijay performed an experiment to compare the heat conductivity of four different materials P, Q, R and S. Thumbtacks were fixed with wax on each material and then the materials were fixed to a trough containing hot water as shown in the diagram.

Vijay tabulated his results as shown here.

What can be inferred from his experiment?

A Material R is a better conductor of heat than material S.
B Material S is a better conductor of heat than material R.
C Material Q is a better conductor of heat than material P.
D Materials P, Q, R and S are equally good conductors of heat.


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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

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The answer is C because air and water can be compressed

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Class : Class 7
The answer is A

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Class : Class 7
The correct answer will be A as Milky Way is a spiral-shaped galaxy and one revolution of the Earth is completed in about 365.25 days and this time period is called a solar year.

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Class : Class 8
ANSWER IS A, NOT B AS THE QUESTION SAYS TO CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION AND NOT INCORRECT OPTION.

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Class : Class 6
the question must be wrong.

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(i) Milky Way is a spiral-shaped galaxy. --- Corrrect (ii) Planet Venus has 63 Moons. -------------Wrong ( it does not have moons) (iii) Satellites are small heavenly bodies that revolve around the Sun. --Wrong (they revolve around planets) (iv) One revolution of the Earth is completed in about 365 1/4 days. This time period is called a solar year. --Correct Therefore correct option is (A)

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They are asking for the CORRECT answer so its A

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I think the question was wrong as they ate showing incorrect statements. This means the question was like this. Which of the following statements are incorrect?

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Class : Class 6
please correct the mistake as the question says that which is the correct option instead of incorrect.

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Please stop these kind of mistakes. I have given many complaints.

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Excuse me. The answer is not b, its a. They say it themselves in the solution. I suppose it's a mistake

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there are too many silly errors in your papers like these. i am tired of writing complaints again and again. you better respond to this quickly. the explanation you have given in solution is correct but the answer is wrong. it should be 'a' and not 'b'.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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A

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B....be coz both are plant derivatives....paper and cotton....

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

Match column I with column II and select the correct option from codes given below.

Column I Column II
(i) Ginning
(A) Cleaning and disentangling the fibres
(ii) Combing
(B) Brushing and straightening of fibres
(iii) Carding
(C) Bolls
(iv) Seed pods
(D) Cotton fibres after being separated from seeds
(v) Lint
(E) Separating fibres from seed


A(i) - (e); (ii) - (b); (iii) - (a); (iv) - (c); (v) - (d)
B(i) - (d); (ii) - (e); (iii) - (b); (iv) - (a); (v) - (c)
C(i) - (e); (ii) - (a); (iii) - (b); (iv) - (c); (v) - (d)
D(i) - (d); (ii) - (a); (iii) - (b); (iv) - (c); (v) - (e)


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Class : Class 6
the correct answer is a

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a

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Class : Class 8
Answer is (c). Because flax is used to make linen which is obtained from flax stem. Wool is made from sheep's hair without harming it.

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Answer should be (c). Flax is obtained from stem of flax stem and wool is obtained without harming the sheep

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