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Maria Farooq Saturday, March 01, 2014 12:19 PM

CSS-2014 General knowledge I Everyday Science
1. The echo of Big Bang can be heard in the form of: a. cosmic rays b. gamma rays c. microwave radio signals d. infrared radiations
2. Omar Khyyam was a: a. poet b. mathematician c. astronomer d. all of these
3. Who was the early dentist and also inventor of many surgical instruments: a. Avicenna b. Al. zahrawi c. Ibn .ul. haithem d. Al . Jahiz
4. who was the first Muslim mathematician who used '' Zero '' : a. Ibn. e. Baitar b. Ibn. Rushd c. Ibn. Al. Haitham d. Al Khwarizmi
5. Why some nebulae shine? a)because they emit light b)due to burning process c)because they contain bright stars d)because they reflect light
6. A shooting star is a)sun
b) a comet c) a meteor d) an asteroid
7. A 'clinical death' takes place when: a) there is no pulse b) there is no heart beat c)pupils are fixed and dilated and there is no reaction to light d) all of above
8. What is Hubble Classification : a. classification of stars b. classification of planets c. classification of galaxies d. classification of earth's zones
9. Sun rises in the east and sets in the west due to the: a. shape of earth b. rotation of earth around the sun c. rotation of earth on its axis d. movement of the sun
10. What are cyclones? a. sudden heavy floods b. no rain for a long period c. heavy showers d. violent wind and rain
11. From ecological point of view human beings are taken as: a. decomposers b. consumers’ c. producers d. All of these
12. The major cause of land pollution is: a) pesticides b) chemical fertilizers c) insecticides d) all of these
13. The sharp-bitter taste of unripe fruits is due to high concentration of: a)phenolic compounds b)volatile compounds c)organic acids d)starch
14. The use of antibiotic is a very effective way of killing disease causing bacteria. Sometime people don't finish all of their pills. this can result in: a) some bacteria left unkilled b) production of more bacteria c) bacteria becoming sensitive to antibiotics d) bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics
15. Flesh eaters are called: a)omnivores b) carnivores c) herbivores d) scavengers
16. Chromosomes are made up of: a) DNA only b) DNA & RNA c) Proteins only d) DNA, RNA & Proteins
17. Plants can be made disease resistant by: a)heat Treatment b)hormone treatment c)colchicine treatment d)breeding with their wild relatives
18. Important ingredient used in vicks vapor rub is obtained from the plant: a) Cinamomum camphora b) cinamomum zelamicum c) Curaima longa d) All of these
19. Which of the following is both endocrine and exocrine gland: a) thyroid b) pancreas
c) parathyroid d) all of these
20. The process by which small amount of impurities are added into a semiconductor is called: a) addition b) conduction c) doping d) insulating
21. Which of the following is a semiconductor? a) Mercury b) magnesium c) silver d) none of these
22. Silver fish belongs to: a) fish b) insect c) reptile d) amphibian
23. Satiety is the condition in which patient lacks desire to: a. drink b. eat c. sleep d. talk
24. Function of iron in our body is: a. provide strength b. oxygen transport c. help in hydrolysis d. breakdown fats
25. The non- communicable disease is called: a. Endemic b. Acute c. Chronic d. Innate
26. Vitamins A,D,E and K are called: a. water soluble vitamins b. primary vitamins c. basic vitamins d. fat soluble vitamins
27. Which is not a function of HCL in stomach: a. softening fibrous food elements b. promoting formation of pepsin c. killing bacteria ingested with food and drink d. breakdown proteins into peptones
28. The sum of the kinetic energy and potential energy of an oscillating body is a. maximum in the beginning b. constant at all points c. maximum at midway of the path d. minimum in the beginning
29. Which term in psychology is generally used to refer to emotional disorders such as, anxiety, depression and phobia: a. psyches b. hypnosis c. neurosis d. mental illness
30. All Alkali metals react with water to form : a. oxides b. peroxides c. hydroxides d. hyper oxides
31. LASER is an acronym for: a. light amplification by standard emission of light b. light absorption stimulated entrance of radiation c. light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation d. light absorption by standard emission of radiation
32. If carbon dioxide is passed through lime water for a long time , the cloudy white colour (initially formed ) disappears because of the formation of : a. calcium bicarbonate
b. calcium hydroxide c. calcium carbonate d. calcium sulphate
33. Permanent hardness of water is due to the presence of a. calcium bicarbonate b. magnesium bicarbonate c. calcium sulphate d. sodium bicarbonate
34. Articles made of copper and bronze slowly tarnish in air and turn green , the green colour is due to the formation of : a. copper oxide b. copper sulphide c. copper oxalate d. all of these
35. Bleaching powder losses its power on keeping for a long time because a. it changes into calcium hypochlorite b. it changes into calcium chloride and calcium hydroxide c. it absorbs moisture d. it changes into calcium chloride and calcium chlorate
36. When the quantity of charge on each of the two bodies is doubled, the force between them becomes a. one fourth b. one half c. twice d. four times
37. Light year is related to: a. time b. distance c. energy d. speed
38. The word ceramic means: a. hard material b. soft material
c. dry material d. burnt material
39. The operation of solar cell is based on a. laser technology b. photoconduction c. thermal emission d. Tyndall effect
40. The minimum number of bits required to store hexadecimal number AF is a. 2 b. 4 c. 8 d. 16
41. Which of the following minerals is most resistant to chemical weathering a. olivine b. quartz c. hornblende d. potassium feldspar
42. An igneous rock contains a radioactive isotope that has a half life of 10 million years. Careful analysis shows that only one quarter of the original concentration of the parent isotope is left. How old is this igneous rock? a) 10 Million years b) 20 Million years c) 30 Million years d) 40 Million years
43. The discipline which deals with the understanding and treatment of mental health is called: a) applied psychology b)clinical psychology c) psychoanalysis d) psychiatry
44. Overcooking of food should be avoided because overcooking: a) makes the food difficult to digest b) makes the food toxic
c) increase the nutritive value of food d)reduces the nutritive value of food
45. Optical fibre operates on the principle of: a) Tyndal effect b) photoelectric effect c)laser technology d)total internal reflection
46. The sensation of the skin is perceived by: a) epidermis b) the dermis c) endodermis d) none of these
47. The loudness of sound depends on its a) wavelength b) frequency c) amplitude d) all of these
48. A person standing in front of a mirror finds his image smaller than him and erect. this implies that the mirror is: a) plane b) concave c) convex d) not of good quality
49. The densities of three liquids are D, 2D, 3D. What will be the density of the resulting mixture if equal volumes of the three liquids are mixed? a) 1.5D b) 2D c) 3D d) 6D
50. Which of the following is a conventional designation of pre-released software? a)Raw b)Alpha c)Omega d)Beta

Maria Farooq Saturday, March 01, 2014 12:22 PM

i do have a pdf file with all correct answers marked.. but i do not know how to upload that file?

mhz99 Saturday, March 01, 2014 12:40 PM

28. D minimum in beginning because an external force will be required to start the oscillation

mhz99 Saturday, March 01, 2014 12:44 PM

Alhamdulillah 40+ correct

mhz99 Saturday, March 01, 2014 01:09 PM

To cause a displacement of a body controlled by elastic forces, work has to be done. For example, work has to be done in stretching a spring against the elastic forces. This work will be stored in the body as potential energy. When the deforming force is released, this potential energy manifests in the form of kinetic energy which makes the body to move. Thus, a body in SHM, has both potential energy and kinetic energy.

mhz99 Saturday, March 01, 2014 01:21 PM

Both alpha and beta are pre release softwares; but as it is an Everyday Science paper thus beta will be correct

mhz99 Saturday, March 01, 2014 01:23 PM

Clay is heated at very high temperatures to form ceramics; thus answer could be either hard clay or burnt clay. I am not sure.

Buddha Saturday, March 01, 2014 01:35 PM

[QUOTE=Maria Farooq;701173]CSS-2014 General knowledge I Everyday Science
1. The echo of Big Bang can be heard in the form of: [B] a. cosmic rays[/B] b. gamma rays c. microwave radio signals d. infrared radiations
2. Omar Khyyam was a: a. poet b. mathematician c. astronomer [B]d. all of these [/B]
3. Who was the early dentist and also inventor of many surgical instruments: a. Avicenna [B]b. Al. zahrawi [/B]c. Ibn .ul. haithem d. Al . Jahiz
4. who was the first Muslim mathematician who used '' Zero '' : a. Ibn. e. Baitar b. Ibn. Rushd c. Ibn. Al. Haitham [B]d. Al Khwarizmi[/B]
5. Why some nebulae shine? [B]a)because they emit light[/B] b)due to burning process c)because they contain bright stars d)because they reflect light
6. A shooting star is a)sun
[B]b) a comet [/B]c) a meteor d) an asteroid
7. A 'clinical death' takes place when: a) there is no pulse b) there is no heart beat c)pupils are fixed and dilated and there is no reaction to light [B]d) all of above [/B]
8. What is Hubble Classification : [B]a. classification of stars[/B] b. classification of planets c. classification of galaxies d. classification of earth's zones
9. Sun rises in the east and sets in the west due to the: a. shape of earth b. rotation of earth around the sun [B]c. rotation of earth on its axis[/B] d. movement of the sun
10. What are cyclones? a. sudden heavy floods b. no rain for a long period c. heavy showers[B] d. violent wind and rain [/B]
11. From ecological point of view human beings are taken as: a. decomposers [B] b. consumers[/B]’ c. producers d. All of these
12. The major cause of land pollution is: a) pesticides b) chemical fertilizers c) insecticides [B]d) all of these[/B]
13. The sharp-bitter taste of unripe fruits is due to high concentration of: a)phenolic compounds b)volatile compounds[B] c)organic acids[/B] d)starch
14. The use of antibiotic is a very effective way of killing disease causing bacteria. Sometime people don't finish all of their pills. this can result in: a) some bacteria left unkilled b) production of more bacteria c) bacteria becoming sensitive to antibiotics[B] d) bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics [/B]
15. Flesh eaters are called: a)omnivores [B]b) carnivores [/B]c) herbivores d) scavengers
16. Chromosomes are made up of: a) DNA only b) DNA & RNA c) Proteins only [B]d) DNA, RNA & Proteins [/B]
17. Plants can be made disease resistant by: a)heat Treatment b)hormone treatment c)colchicine treatment d)breeding with their wild relatives [B]?????[/B]
18. Important ingredient used in vicks vapor rub is obtained from the plant: [B]a) Cinamomum camphora [/B]b) cinamomum zelamicum c) Curaima longa d) All of these
19. Which of the following is both endocrine and exocrine gland: a) thyroid [B]b) pancreas[/B]
c) parathyroid d) all of these
20. The process by which small amount of impurities are added into a semiconductor is called: a) addition b) conduction [B]c) doping [/B]d) insulating
21. Which of the following is a semiconductor? a) Mercury b) magnesium c) silver [B]d) none of these [/B]
22. Silver fish belongs to: a) fish [B]b) insect[/B] c) reptile d) amphibian
23. Satiety is the condition in which patient lacks desire to: a. drink [B]b. eat [/B] c. sleep d. talk
24. Function of iron in our body is: a. provide strength [B]b. oxygen transport [/B]c. help in hydrolysis d. breakdown fats
25. The non- communicable disease is called: a. Endemic b. Acute c. Chronic [B]d. Innate [/B]
26. Vitamins A,D,E and K are called: a. water soluble vitamins b. primary vitamins c. basic vitamins [B]d. fat soluble vitamins [/B]
27. Which is not a function of HCL in stomach: a. softening fibrous food elements b. promoting formation of pepsin c. killing bacteria ingested with food and drink [B]d. breakdown proteins into peptones [/B]
28. The sum of the kinetic energy and potential energy of an oscillating body is a. maximum in the beginning [B]b. constant at all points [/B] c. maximum at midway of the path d. minimum in the beginning
29. Which term in psychology is generally used to refer to emotional disorders such as, anxiety, depression and phobia: a. psyches b. hypnosis c. neurosis[B] d. mental illness[/B]
30. All Alkali metals react with water to form : a. oxides b. peroxides [B]c. hydroxides[/B] d. hyper oxides
31. LASER is an acronym for: a. light amplification by standard emission of light b. light absorption stimulated entrance of radiation [B]c. light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation[/B] d. light absorption by standard emission of radiation
32. If carbon dioxide is passed through lime water for a long time , the cloudy white colour (initially formed ) disappears because of the formation of : a. calcium bicarbonate
b. calcium hydroxide [B]c. calcium carbonate[/B] d. calcium sulphate
33. Permanent hardness of water is due to the presence of a. calcium bicarbonate b. magnesium bicarbonate [B]c. calcium sulphate [/B]d. sodium bicarbonate
34. Articles made of copper and bronze slowly tarnish in air and turn green , the green colour is due to the formation of : [B]a. copper oxide[/B] b. copper sulphide c. copper oxalate d. all of these
35. Bleaching powder losses its power on keeping for a long time because a. it changes into calcium hypochlorite b. it changes into calcium chloride and calcium hydroxide c. it absorbs moisture [B]d. it changes into calcium chloride and calcium chlorate [/B]
36. When the quantity of charge on each of the two bodies is doubled, the force between them becomes a. one fourth b. one half c. twice [B]d. four times [/B]
37. Light year is related to: a. time [B] b. distance[/B] c. energy d. speed
38. The word ceramic means: a. hard material b. soft material
c. dry material d. burnt material [B]????????[/B]
39. The operation of solar cell is based on a. laser technology [B]b. photoconduction[/B] c. thermal emission d. Tyndall effect
40. The minimum number of bits required to store hexadecimal number AF is a. 2 b. 4 [B]c. 8 [/B] d. 16
41. Which of the following minerals is most resistant to chemical weathering a. olivine[B] b. quartz[/B] c. hornblende d. potassium feldspar
42. An igneous rock contains a radioactive isotope that has a half life of 10 million years. Careful analysis shows that only one quarter of the original concentration of the parent isotope is left. How old is this igneous rock? a) 10 Million years [B]b) 20 Million years[/B] c) 30 Million years d) 40 Million years
43. The discipline which deals with the understanding and treatment of mental health is called: a) applied psychology [B]b)clinical psychology[/B] c) psychoanalysis d) psychiatry
44. Overcooking of food should be avoided because overcooking: a) makes the food difficult to digest b) makes the food toxic
c) increase the nutritive value of food[B] d)reduces the nutritive value of food [/B]
45. Optical fibre operates on the principle of: a) Tyndal effect b) photoelectric effect c)laser technology [B]d)total internal reflection[/B]
46. The sensation of the skin is perceived by: a) epidermis b) the dermis c) endodermis d) none of these [B]Maybe dermis maybe none of these as touch receptors which are nerve endings perceive sensation[/B]
47. The loudness of sound depends on its a) wavelength b) frequency [B]c) amplitude[/B] d) all of these
48. A person standing in front of a mirror finds his image smaller than him and erect. this implies that the mirror is: a) plane [B]b) concave[/B] c) convex d) not of good quality
49. The densities of three liquids are D, 2D, 3D. What will be the density of the resulting mixture if equal volumes of the three liquids are mixed? a) 1.5D[B] b) 2D[/B] c) 3D d) 6D
50. Which of the following is a conventional designation of pre-released software? a)Raw b)Alpha c)Omega [B]d)Beta[/B]

mhz99 Saturday, March 01, 2014 01:52 PM

If you stand 3ft from a flat mirror, your image will be 3ft on the other side of the mirror, thus 6ft away. Your image is exactly the same size as you, but it appears smaller since it's 6ft away. If your twin brother stood 6ft away, he'd look the same size as that mirror image.

And, as you know, you can change how big the image appears by standing closer or further from the mirror

musmanhussain Saturday, March 01, 2014 06:52 PM

4th mcq wrongly mentioned.omer al khayyam also in option instead al khawarzmi.


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