Quiz 90: General Science

1. In which city of India, 90% of world’s small diamonds processed?
[A] Baroda
[B] Mumbai
[C] Surat
[D] Jaipur

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2. When Ozone is heated its volume will…. ?
[A] increases
[B] decreases
[C] remains unchanged
[D] First Increase, then decrease

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3. Which among following is a biodiversity hotspot?
[A] Thar
[B] Western Ghats
[C] Aravalli Hills
[D] Eastern Ghats

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4. Chlorophyll absorbs which of the wavelength of the Sun light ?
[A] Green & Blue
[B] Green & Red
[C] Red & Blue
[D] Red & Yellow

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5. Which among the following is a millet?
[A] Sorghum
[B] Maize
[C] Wheat
[D] Rice

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6. Which among the following is the first national park of India?
[A] Bandipur
[B] Corbett
[C] Periyar
[D] Keoladeo

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7. In which organ RBC are selectively destroyed/ recycled by macrophages?
[A] Spleen
[B] Kidney
[C] Liver
[D] Pancreas

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8. Which among following generally brings rain fall to Bihar , UP and West Bengal?
[A] Western Disturbances
[B] Eastern Disturbances
[C] Westerly winds
[D] All the above

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9. Which acid is described as HOOCCOOH?
[A] Oxalic Acid
[B] Acetic Acid
[C] Carbonic Acid
[D] Citric Acid

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10. Which among following is rich in Ozone?
[A] Stratosphere
[B] Mesosphere
[C] Ionosphere
[D] Troposphere

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    Question number 3.. based on your explanation, Hydrogen is the lightest gas-right ?

    but the answer that gets displayed is different.. do clarify..

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    sir plz elaborate the ans of q 3

  • Arpit Srivastava
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    Answer to Question 8 is wrong.
    Spleen is the reservoir (creator) of RBC not the destroyer.

    • Ashok kumar nayak

      Mr Arpit, bone marrow is creator of RBC, but spleen is the selective destroyer. I think 8 is right.

  • PS
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    I think Q.9 is incorrect. Rainfall in W.Bengal, Bihar and eastern UP in the non-Monsoon season is due to tropical cyclonic circulations. The Western Disturbances bring rainfall in J&K, Punjab, Delhi and western UP during January-February.

  • PS
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    Reply to Arpit Srivastava regarding Q.8:

    The spleen is known as the GRAVEYARD of RBC. IT is where the RBC are destroyed upon the completion of their 120 days life cycle. Hence, the answer to Q.8 is correct.

  • niraj762
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    Reply to Arpit and Ps:

    It is true that the spleen is reservoir of RBC but it is clear form the question that It selectively destroy the RBC when its life is over. It is told to be reservoir because in case of too bleeding it supplied the necessary blood.

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    Answer for question 3 should be increase because fundamentally it will increase 1.5 times.

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