Everyday Science Solved MCQs Part-I

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Everyday Science Solved MCQs Part-I

1. One of the countries through which equator passes is:

  1. Kenya
  2. Malaysia
  3. Malta
  4. Pakistan

2. Copper can be converted into gold by

  1. Artificial radioactivity
  2. Heating
  3. Electroplating
  4. Chemical reaction

3. The three elements needed for healthy growth of plants are

  1. N, P, K
  2. N, C, P
  3. N, K
  4. N, S, P

4. Clocks, which moves with the velocities comparable with the velocity of light, run:

  1. Fast
  2. Slow
  3. Equal to the velocity of light
  4. With zero velocity

5. Max Planck received the noble prize in Physics in 1918 for his discovery of

  1. Electron
  2. Energy Quanta
  3. Photon
  4. Positron

6. Bronze medal is made up of metals

  1. Copper, Nickel
  2. Copper, tin
  3. Copper, silver
  4. Copper, zinc

7. Addison’s disease is caused by the excessive secretion of

  1. Antidiuretic Hormone
  2. Luteinising Hormone
  3. Melanophore stimulating Hormone
  4. Adrenocorticotrophic Hormone

8. Development of calf muscles in ladies who wear high heels is a common example of

  1. Natural selection
  2. Inheritance of acquired character
  3. Use and disuse of organ
  4. Artificial selection

9. Margalla Hill is a branch of

  1. Karakorum Range
  2. Hindukush range
  3. Himalaya range
  4. Nanga Parbat range

10. Hummingbird belongs to a category called

  1. Ectotherm
  2. Endotherm
  3. Exotherm
  4. Hereotherm

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11. The radioactive isotope of Uranium used in Nuclear Bomb is:

  1. 92 U 235
  2. 92 U 234
  3. 92 U 233
  4. 92 U 238

12. Human population growth is greatest in developing countries because:

  1. The birth rate is high in developing countries
  2. The death rate is high in developing countries.
  3. Much of the population has already reached the childbearing age.
  4. Most of the world’s population lives in industrialized countries.

 13. Which woody raw material is used for the manufacture of paper pulp?

  1. Cotton
  2. Poplar 
  3. Bagasse
  4. Rice straw

 14. Rectified spirit contains alcohol about:

  1. 80%
  2. 95% 
  3. 70%
  4. 85%

 15. Which of the following elements is not present abundantly in earth’s crust:

  1. Silicon
  2. Radium 
  3. Aluminum
  4. Carbon

 16. The famous book; Al – Qanoun was written by the Muslim scientist:

  1. Jabar bin Hayyan
  2. Zakariya Al – Razi
  3. Abu Ali Sina
  4. Abdul Qasim Majreeti

 17. Basic metals can be converted into gold by:

  1. Heating
  2. Beating
  3. Artificial nuclear radioactivity
  4. Chemical reaction

 18. A light-year is a unit of:

  1. Time
  2. Energy
  3. Length
  4. Mass

19. One of the main function of the earth’s ozone layer is to:

  1. Prevent global warming
  2. Filter out ultraviolet rays 
  3. Absorb pollution
  4. All of the above

 

20. A person with following blood group are considered to be a universal recipient.

  1. A+
  2. AB+
  3. O+
  4. None of these (The AB group is considered to be universal recipient)

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21. Study of life in outer space is known as:

  1. Endobiology
  2. Exobiology
  3. Enterobiology
  4. Neurobiology

22. The name of the common mineral salt present in sweat is:

  1. Calcium Oxalate
  2. Potassium Sulphate
  3. Sodium Chloride
  4. Iron Sulphate

23. The sensitive layer of the eye is:

  1. Choriods
  2. Sclerotic
  3. Retina
  4. Cornea

24. Laughing gas has a chemical composition of following two elements.

  1. Nitrogen + Hydrogen
  2. Nitrogen + Carbon
  3. Nitrogen + Oxygen
  4. Oxygen + Carbon

25. Dr. Abdus Salam of Pakistan was one of the contributors of the unification of:

  1. Electromagnetic force and gravitational force
  2. Electromagnetic force and weak nuclear force
  3. Gravitational force and weak nuclear force
  4. Weak nuclear force and strong nuclear force

26. Which triplet in DNA codes for valine:

  1. CTT
  2. AGU
  3. CAT
  4. None of these

27. What is the chance of a diabetic baby born to parents both heterozygous normal?

  1. Zero
  2. 1/4
  3. 1/2
  4. 3/4

28. Which of the following is not a part of Darwinism:

  1. Overproduction
  2. Natural selection
  3. Inheritance for acquired characters
  4. Competition for survival

29. Role of biotechnology in the production of food based on:

  1. Decomposition
  2. Respiration
  3. Digestion
  4. Fermentation

30. Which form of drug abuse involves most risk of infection with the HIV (AIDS) virus:

  1. Cigarette smoking
  2. Using alcohol
  3. Injection of heroin
  4. Taking too much aspirin

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31. Founder of modern astronomy was:

  1. Archimedes
  2. William Gilbert
  3. Nicolas Copernicus
  4. Michael Faraday

32. The instrument which measures very high temperature is:

  1. Manometer
  2. Thermostat
  3. Chronometer
  4. Pyrometer 

33. The science which deals with the study of manners and customs of people is:

  1. Ethnology (branch of anthropology)
  2. Morphology
  3. Ethics
  4. Genetics

34. Chemical used to kill rats and mice are:

  1. Insecticides
  2. Rodenticides
  3. Fungicides
  4. Herbicides

35. Dry ice is:

  1. Methane hydrate
  2. Liquid Nitrogen
  3. Solid Carbon dioxide
  4. Frozen Water

36. The chemical name of vinegar is:

  1. Sodium Nitrate
  2. Dilute acetic acid
  3. Chloride of lime
  4. Calcium

37. Deficiency of the following vitamin decreases hemoglobin production:

  1. Biotin
  2. Thiamine
  3. Niacin
  4. Pyridoxine (known as Vitamin B6, causes anemia i.e. deficiency of hemoglobin)

38. The hygrometer is used for measuring the:

  1. Speed of sound
  2. Density of milk
  3. Humidity of air
  4. Specific gravity of liquids

39. Bronze is an alloy of:

  1. Copper and Zinc
  2. Tin and Zinc
  3. Copper and Tin 
  4. Iron and Zinc

40. Which of the following is most elastic?

  1. Steel 
  2. Rubber
  3. Glass
  4. Sponge

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41. The orbital period of the planet Mercury around the sun is:

  1. 88 days 
  2. 365 days
  3. 2 years
  4. 98 days

42. The most splendid and the most magnificent constellation on the sky is:

  1. Orion
  2. Columbia
  3. Canis Major
  4. Taurus

43. “Black holes” refer to:

  1. Hole occurring in heavenly bodies
  2. Bright spots on the sun
  3. Collapsing objects of high density
  4. Collapsing of low density

44. Eugenics is the study of:

  1. Altering human beings by changing their genetic components (close to the actual definition)
  2. People of European region
  3. Different races of mankind
  4. Genetic of plants

45. The position of the earth in its orbit, when it is at its greatest distance from the sun causing northern summer is called:

  1. Aphelion
  2. Perihelion
  3. Perigee
  4. Apogee

46. Diamond is a very expensive ornament. It is composed of a single element:

  1. Carbon
  2. Gold
  3. Silver
  4. Platinum

47. Which of the following layers make radio transmission possible?

  1. Troposphere
  2. Ionosphere
  3. Mesosphere
  4. Stratosphere

48. Which of the following explains the reason why there is no total eclipse of the sun?

  1. Size of the earth in relation to that of moon
  2. Orbit of moon around earth
  3. Direction of rotation of earth around sun
  4. Area of the sun covered by the moon

49. Television signals are converted into light signals by:

  1. Optical fiber
  2. Transistor
  3. Decoder
  4. Photodiode

50. Where do most of Asteroids lie?

  1. In asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter
  2. In asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Venus
  3. In asteroid belt between the orbits of Jupiter and Venus
  4. Everywhere in the sky

51. The number of spark plugs needed in a diesel engine is:

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 0
  4. 4

52. The half-life of a radioactive element is 8-days. How long it takes to reduce it from 10 mg to 5 mg?

  1. 4 days
  2. 12 days
  3. 16 days
  4. 8 days

53 The term ‘Blue Shift’ is used to indicate:

  1. Doppler effect in which an object appears bluer when it is moving towards the observer or observer is moving towards the object.
  2. Turning a star from white to blue
  3. In future sun would become blue
  4. Black hole was blue at its start

54. Kilowatt-hour is a unit of:

  1. Power
  2. Electric Current
  3. Energy
  4. Time

55. Fuel used in a Fast Breeder Reactor is:

  1. Uranium Oxide
  2. Uranium Plutonium carbide
  3. Uranium-Plutonium Oxide
  4. Uranium-thorium Oxide

56. Monsoon is caused by:

  1. Seasonal reversal of winds
  2. Revolution of earth
  3. Movement of clouds
  4. Rise in temperature

57. Which of the following atmospheric layers help in radio communication?

  1. Exosphere
  2. Ionosphere
  3. Troposphere
  4. Stratosphere

58. A moderator is used in a nuclear reactor in order to:

  1. Accelerate the neutrons
  2. Slow down the speed of the neutrons
  3. Increase the number of elections
  4. Decrease the number of electrons

59. Sedimentary rocks are:

  1. Porous
  2. Hard
  3. Rough
  4. Brittle

60. Which one of the following is a non-metallic mineral?

  1. Manganese
  2. Magnesium
  3. Gypsum
  4. Bauxite

61. Ozone layer prevents the following radiation from entering the atmosphere:

  1. Infra-red
  2. Ultraviolet
  3. X-rays
  4. Gamma rays

62. The phenomenon of Aurora Borealis, the display of red and green lights in the northern hemisphere is due to radiations from:

  1. Ionosphere
  2. Troposphere
  3. Mesosphere
  4. Stratosphere

63. Yeast is used in making bread because it produces:

  1. Carbon dioxide
  2. Sugar
  3. Bacteria
  4. Oxygen

64. Oasis is associated with:

  1. Glaciers
  2. Desert
  3. Islands
  4. Volcanoes

65. Quartz crystal in quartz watches work on the principle called:

  1. Photoelectric effect
  2. Stark effect
  3. Thermionic effect
  4. Piezo-electric effect

66. The fruits without seed, like banana, are called:

  1. seedless fruits
  2. parthenogenesis fruits
  3. parthenocarpic fruits 
  4. placental fruits

67. The animal which captures and readily kills living animals for its food is called:

  1. Parasite
  2. Scavenger
  3. Predator 
  4. Mammal

68. In a railway track, two rails are joined end to end with a gap tin between them because:

  1. Steel can be saved
  2. Accidents due to contraction in winter can be avoided
  3. Air gaps are necessary for bearing the weight of running train
  4. Accidents due to expansion in summer can be avoided

69. Name the famous book of Ibn-Sina in which he discussed human physiology and medicine:

  1. Al-Qanoon
  2. Al-Masudi
  3. New Renaissance
  4. Tadhkira

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