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CLASS 8
1st May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|0.06 + 0.06 + 0.06 + ... = 0.6 |
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|How many 0.06s need to be added up to get 0.6? |
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|A. 6 |
|B. 10 |
|C. 60 |
|D. 100 |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | English |
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|Choose the correct option that can complete the given sentences, for questions 45 and 46. |
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|The ball came crashing through the window, hit the mirror on the wall and then bounced the teacup off the table on to the floor. |
|Uncle Vinu rushed out of the kitchen, shouting, apron in hand. We expected him to ______, but he yelled ''Great shot, great shot'' , |
|thumping me on the shoulder. |
|A. hit the spot |
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|C. hit the roof |
|D. hit the sack |
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2nd May
|Class 8 | Science |
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|See the figure below. Two trains P and Q and a car are moving along parallel paths. Train Q is moving northwards but the directions |
|of train P and the car are not known. All are moving at constant speeds. |
|[pic] |
|To a passenger in train Q it appears that train P is moving backwards at a speed of 20 km/h, while the car is moving backwards at a |
|speed of 180 km/h. If the speed of the fastest train is 120 km/h, what is the speed and direction of the car? |
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|A. 60 km/h southward |
|B. 60 km/h northward |
|C. 40 km/h southward |
|D. 40 km/h northward |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|0.06 + 0.06 + 0.06 + ... = 0.6 |
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|How many 0.06s need to be added up to get 0.6? |
|A. 6 |
|B. 10 |
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|C. 60 |
|D. 100 |
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3rd May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|In a Maths test taken by 35 students, the average score of 15 girls is 10 and that of 20 boys is also 10. Which of the following CAN |
|be calculated based on the data we have? |
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|A. the highest score in the class |
|B. the lowest score among the boys |
|C. the sum of the scores of the whole class |
|D. all the above can be calculated |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|See the figure below. Two trains P and Q and a car are moving along parallel paths. Train Q is moving northwards but the directions |
|of train P and the car are not known. All are moving at constant speeds. |
|[pic] |
|To a passenger in train Q it appears that train P is moving backwards at a speed of 20 km/h, while the car is moving backwards at a |
|speed of 180 km/h. If the speed of the fastest train is 120 km/h, what is the speed and direction of the car? |
|A. 60 km/h southward |
|B. 60 km/h northward |
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|C. 40 km/h southward |
|D. 40 km/h northward |
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4th May
|Class 8 | Science |
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|The cross section of a flower is shown below. Which letter correctly represents the part of the flower where the pollen grains are |
|transferred? |
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|[pic] |
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|A. A |
|B. B |
|C. C |
|D. D |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|In a Maths test taken by 35 students, the average score of 15 girls is 10 and that of 20 boys is also 10. Which of the following CAN |
|be calculated based on the data we have? |
|A. the highest score in the class |
|B. the lowest score among the boys |
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|C. the sum of the scores of the whole class |
|D. all the above can be calculated |
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5th May
|Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|Which of these months is the official year-ending for all financial institutions of the country, including banks? |
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|A. January |
|B. October |
|C. March |
|D. December |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|The cross section of a flower is shown below. Which letter correctly represents the part of the flower where the pollen grains are |
|transferred? |
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|[pic] |
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|A. A |
|B. B |
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|C. C |
|D. D |
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7th May
|Class 8 | English |
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|Here are two words, 'SALVE' AND 'SAVAGE'. |
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|By taking 'L' from 'SALVE' and inserting it correctly into 'SAVAGE', we get two new words 'SAVE' and 'SALVAGE' which mean the same. |
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|Using this clue, identify the word pair which can be made into SYNONYMS by removing one letter from the first word and inserting it |
|into the second one. |
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|A. SASH and CUTE |
|B. SIZE and GRIPS |
|C. BINDS and TIES |
|D. CRATES and PRIES |
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|[pic] |
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|Saturday's Question | Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|Which of these months is the official year-ending for all financial institutions of the country, including banks? |
|A. January |
|B. October |
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|C. March |
|D. December |
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8th May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|Digital displays are often made using 7-segment Light Emitting Diodes (LED's) like the one shown on the left: |
|[pic] |
|Depending on which of the seven 'segments' called a, b, c .. g gets power, different numbers or letters are displayed. For example, |
|if segments a, b, d, e and g are lit, the number 2 is displayed (shown above, right side figure). Study the above figures carefully |
|and answer questions 39 and 40. |
|The number of LIT segments in 1 is 2. In 2, the number of lit segments is 5. Thus the INCREASE in the number of lit segments is 3. |
|Between which two numbers does the number of lit segments INCREASE THE MOST? |
|[pic] |
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|A. 0 and 1 |
|B. 1 and 2 |
|C. 4 and 5 |
|D. 7 and 8 |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | English |
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|Here are two words, 'SALVE' AND 'SAVAGE'. |
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|By taking 'L' from 'SALVE' and inserting it correctly into 'SAVAGE', we get two new words 'SAVE' and 'SALVAGE' which mean the same. |
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|Using this clue, identify the word pair which can be made into SYNONYMS by removing one letter from the first word and inserting it |
|into the second one. |
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|A. SASH and CUTE |
|B. SIZE and GRIPS |
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|C. BINDS and TIES |
|D. CRATES and PRIES |
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9th May
|Class 8 | Science |
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|The gas present in maximum and almost same quantity in both inhaled and exhaled air is: |
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|A. Nitrogen |
|B. Oxygen |
|C. Carbon dioxide |
|D. Water vapour |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|Digital displays are often made using 7-segment Light Emitting Diodes (LED's) like the one shown on the left: |
|[pic] |
|Depending on which of the seven 'segments' called a, b, c .. g gets power, different numbers or letters are displayed. For example, |
|if segments a, b, d, e and g are lit, the number 2 is displayed (shown above, right side figure). Study the above figures carefully |
|and answer questions 39 and 40. |
|The number of LIT segments in 1 is 2. In 2, the number of lit segments is 5. Thus the INCREASE in the number of lit segments is 3. |
|Between which two numbers does the number of lit segments INCREASE THE MOST? |
|[pic] |
|A. 0 and 1 |
|B. 1 and 2 |
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|C. 4 and 5 |
|D. 7 and 8 |
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10th May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|If [pic]= 55 what is [pic]? |
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|A. 11 |
|B. {frac(1/11)} |
|C. 275 |
|D. {frac(1/275)} |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|The gas present in maximum and almost same quantity in both inhaled and exhaled air is: |
|A. Nitrogen |
|B. Oxygen |
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|C. Carbon dioxide |
|D. Water vapour |
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11th MAY
|Class 8 | Science |
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|Here is the picture of an aircraft, with the forces working on it shown. |
|Identify the force that corresponds to the question mark. |
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|[pic] |
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|A. Buoyancy |
|B. Atmospheric pressure |
|C. Gravity |
|D. Density |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|If [pic]= 55 what is [pic]? |
|A. 11 |
|B. {frac(1/11)} |
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|C. 275 |
|D. {frac(1/275)} |
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12th May
|Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|The collage shown here is for a tourism promotion campaign called ‘Incredible India'. |
|[pic] |
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|Which of these captions would justify this collage? |
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|A. 'Naturally Nepal - Once Is Not Enough' |
|B. 'Karntaka - India's Theatre of Inspiration' |
|C. 'Northeast India - Paradise Unexplored' |
|D. 'Andhra Pradesh - The Kohinoor of India' |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|Here is the picture of an aircraft, with the forces working on it shown. |
|Identify the force that corresponds to the question mark. |
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|[pic] |
|A. Buoyancy |
|B. Atmospheric pressure |
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|C. Gravity |
|D. Density |
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14th May
|Class 8 | English |
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|‘‘Who has created this beautiful painting?''The Passive form of this sentence is (choose the BEST answer): |
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|A. By whom is this beautiful painting created? |
|B. This beautiful painting had been created by whom? |
|C. For who is this beautiful painting being created? |
|D. By whom has this beautiful painting been created? |
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|[pic] |
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|Saturday's Question | Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|The collage shown here is for a tourism promotion campaign called ‘Incredible India'. |
|[pic] |
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|Which of these captions would justify this collage? |
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|A. 'Naturally Nepal - Once Is Not Enough' |
|B. 'Karntaka - India's Theatre of Inspiration' |
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|C. 'Northeast India - Paradise Unexplored' |
|D. 'Andhra Pradesh - The Kohinoor of India' |
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15th May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|n! is defined as the product of the first n natural numbers. For example, 4! = 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 = 24. What is |
|[pic]? |
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|A. 40320 |
|B. 720 |
|C. 56 |
|D. 8 |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | English |
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|‘‘Who has created this beautiful painting?''The Passive form of this sentence is (choose the BEST answer): |
|A. By whom is this beautiful painting created? |
|B. This beautiful painting had been created by whom? |
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|C. For who is this beautiful painting being created? |
|D. By whom has this beautiful painting been created? |
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16th May
|Class 8 | Science |
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|A vessel has about 30 ml of water. Which of these will allow the volume to be measured most precisely? |
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|A. A 100 ml graduated cylinder having 1 ml increments. |
|B. A 100 ml graduated cylinder having 0.5 ml increments. |
|C. A 50 ml graduated cylinder having 1 ml increments. |
|D. A 200 ml graduated cylinder graduated in 5 ml increments. |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|n! is defined as the product of the first n natural numbers. For example, 4! = 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 = 24. What is |
|[pic]? |
|A. 40320 |
|B. 720 |
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|C. 56 |
|D. 8 |
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17th May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|[pic] |
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|If the above figure is turned by 270o in an ANTICLOCKWISE direction, which of these would be the result? |
|A. [pic] |
|B. [pic] |
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|C. [pic] |
|D. [pic] |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|A vessel has about 30 ml of water. Which of these will allow the volume to be measured most precisely? |
|A. A 100 ml graduated cylinder having 1 ml increments. |
|B. A 100 ml graduated cylinder having 0.5 ml increments. |
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|C. A 50 ml graduated cylinder having 1 ml increments. |
|D. A 200 ml graduated cylinder graduated in 5 ml increments. |
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18th May
|Class 8 | Science |
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|Anthrax is a type of fever caused by bacteria in all warm-blooded animals. From the list below, choose the one animal that cannot be |
|affected by anthrax. |
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|A. Cow |
|B. Goat |
|C. Polar bear |
|D. Crocodile |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|[pic] |
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|If the above figure is turned by 270o in an ANTICLOCKWISE direction, which of these would be the result? |
|A. [pic] |
|B. [pic] |
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|C. [pic] |
|D. [pic] |
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19th May
|Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|One of the most successful stories of wildlife conservation in India is that of the Indian Rhino, which almost went extinct at the |
|beginning of the 20th century. Today there are about 1700 rhinos in the Kaziranga National Park in Assam! |
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|Which of the following was probably a critical step in this conservation plan? |
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|A. controlling floods in the Brahmaputra |
|B. growing more grass on the Brahamaputra basin |
|C. controlling mass poaching at Kaziranga |
|D. bringing more tourists to Kaziranga |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|Anthrax is a type of fever caused by bacteria in all warm-blooded animals. From the list below, choose the one animal that cannot be |
|affected by anthrax. |
|A. Cow |
|B. Goat |
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|C. Polar bear |
|D. Crocodile |
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21st May
|Class 8 | English |
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|'The jasmine is one of the most fragrant flowers.' This can be correctly rewritten as.. |
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|A. No other flower is fragrant like the jasmine. |
|B. None of the other flowers are as fragrant as the jasmine. |
|C. The jasmine is more fragrant than any other flower. |
|D. The jasmine is more fragrant than most other flowers. |
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|[pic] |
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|Saturday's Question | Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|One of the most successful stories of wildlife conservation in India is that of the Indian Rhino, which almost went extinct at the |
|beginning of the 20th century. Today there are about 1700 rhinos in the Kaziranga National Park in Assam! |
| |
|Which of the following was probably a critical step in this conservation plan? |
|A. controlling floods in the Brahmaputra |
|B. growing more grass on the Brahamaputra basin |
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|C. controlling mass poaching at Kaziranga |
|D. bringing more tourists to Kaziranga |
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22nd May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|Nimisha wants to draw a wheel like the one shown. Each shaded part of the wheel should be one third of each unshaded part. |
|[pic] |
|What should be the degree |
|measure of the angle formed |
|at the centre by each shaded part? |
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|A. 22.5 o |
|B. 20 o |
|C. 25 o |
|D. 30 o |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | English |
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|'The jasmine is one of the most fragrant flowers.' This can be correctly rewritten as.. |
|A. No other flower is fragrant like the jasmine. |
|B. None of the other flowers are as fragrant as the jasmine. |
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|C. The jasmine is more fragrant than any other flower. |
|D. The jasmine is more fragrant than most other flowers. |
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23rd May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|Nimisha wants to draw a wheel like the one shown. Each shaded part of the wheel should be one third of each unshaded part. |
|[pic] |
|What should be the degree |
|measure of the angle formed |
|at the centre by each shaded part? |
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|A. 22.5 o |
|B. 20 o |
|C. 25 o |
|D. 30 o |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | English |
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|'The jasmine is one of the most fragrant flowers.' This can be correctly rewritten as.. |
|A. No other flower is fragrant like the jasmine. |
|B. None of the other flowers are as fragrant as the jasmine. |
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|C. The jasmine is more fragrant than any other flower. |
|D. The jasmine is more fragrant than most other flowers. |
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24th May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|c and d are two integers. Which of the following MUST BE TRUE if (-3d) ÷ c is to be a rational number? |
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|A. d should be a positive number. |
|B. d and c should be of opposite signs. |
|C. d should be completely divisible by c. |
|D. c should not be 0. |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|In the working of which of these is air resistance desirable and important? |
|A. superfast trains |
|B. parachutes |
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|C. pendulums |
|D. fighter aeroplanes |
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25th May
|Class 8 | Science |
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|Ethanol has a chemical formula C2H5OH and sugar has a chemical formula C6H12O6. The individual components in both the substances are |
|carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Yet, they are two different compounds. What is the reason for this? |
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|A. They are different physical forms of the same substance. |
|B. One of them is actually a mixture. |
|C. One is liquid and the other is a solid. |
|D. The individual components combine in a different ratio. |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|c and d are two integers. Which of the following MUST BE TRUE if (-3d) ÷ c is to be a rational number? |
|A. d should be a positive number. |
|B. d and c should be of opposite signs. |
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|C. d should be completely divisible by c. |
|D. c should not be 0. |
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26th May
|Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|The 1990s witnessed a countrywide agitation against the implementation of reservation policy in the government and public sector jobs|
|as suggested by the Mandal Commission. The reservation was for |
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|A. all poor children. |
|B. children of politicians. |
|C. certain backward communities. |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|Ethanol has a chemical formula C2H5OH and sugar has a chemical formula C6H12O6. The individual components in both the substances are |
|carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Yet, they are two different compounds. What is the reason for this? |
|A. They are different physical forms of the same substance. |
|B. One of them is actually a mixture. |
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|C. One is liquid and the other is a solid. |
|D. The individual components combine in a different ratio. |
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28th May
|Class 8 | English |
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|Replacing 'too' in the sentence, 'The curd is too sour to eat.' we get: |
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|A. The curd is too sour that it cannot be eaten |
|B. The curd is so sour that it can be eaten. |
|C. The curd is very sour for eating. |
|D. The curd is so sour that nobody can eat it. |
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|[pic] |
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|Saturday's Question | Class 8 | Social Studies |
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|The 1990s witnessed a countrywide agitation against the implementation of reservation policy in the government and public sector jobs|
|as suggested by the Mandal Commission. The reservation was for |
|A. all poor children. |
|B. children of politicians. |
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|C. certain backward communities. |
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29th May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|Which of the following is NOT a correct way of finding the area of the square frame shown below |
|[pic] |
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|A. 52.22 - 47.82 |
|B. 2 x {(52.2 x 2.2) + (47.8 x 2.2)} |
|C. 52.2 x 4.4 x 2 + 47.8 x 4.4 x 2 |
|D. 100 x (52.2 - 47.8) |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | English |
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|Replacing 'too' in the sentence, 'The curd is too sour to eat.' we get: |
|A. The curd is too sour that it cannot be eaten |
|B. The curd is so sour that it can be eaten. |
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|C. The curd is very sour for eating. |
|D. The curd is so sour that nobody can eat it. |
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30th May
|Class 8 | Science |
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|Some thermometers use alcohol instead of mercury. Alcohol is used in thermometers because it |
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|A. changes colour with temperature. |
|B. is a clear gas when it evaporates. |
|C. expands and contracts noticeably. |
|D. is a very volatile liquid. |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Maths |
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|Which of the following is NOT a correct way of finding the area of the square frame shown below |
|[pic] |
|A. 52.22 - 47.82 |
|B. 2 x {(52.2 x 2.2) + (47.8 x 2.2)} |
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|C. 52.2 x 4.4 x 2 + 47.8 x 4.4 x 2 |
|D. 100 x (52.2 - 47.8) |
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31st May
|Class 8 | Maths |
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|What is the area of the shaded part of the square? |
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|[pic] |
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|A. 2a2 - ab |
|B. 4a - ab |
|C. 4a2 - ab |
|D. 2a2 + ab |
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|[pic] |
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|Yesterday's Question | Class 8 | Science |
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|Some thermometers use alcohol instead of mercury. Alcohol is used in thermometers because it |
|A. changes colour with temperature. |
|B. is a clear gas when it evaporates. |
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|C. expands and contracts noticeably. |
|D. is a very volatile liquid. |
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