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NDA Exam I 2016: Sample Question Set 5- Science

Mar 28, 2016 14:44 IST

    NDA Exam I 2016 – 17th April 2016

    1. Maxwell’s right-hand thumb rule is also known as:
    A. Biot-Savart law
    B. Hall Effect
    C. Born rule
    D. Corkscrew rule
    Ans: D

    2. What is used to make electromagnets?
    A. Circular wire
    B. Solenoid
    C. Straight wire
    D. Horse shoe magnet
    Ans: B

    3. Strong permanent magnets are used in:
    A. Microphones
    B. Loudspeakers
    C. Voltmeters
    D. All of the above
    Ans: D

    4. Why a pressure cooker reduces cooking time?
    A. Temperature inside is higher than normal boiling point
    B. Temperature inside is cooler
    C. Due to weight on pressure cooker
    D. Due to loss of moisture
    Ans: A

    5. Electric bulb is filled with which gas?
    A. Nitrogen
    B. Helium
    C. Hydrogen
    D. Oxygen
    Ans: A

    6. Which is the strongest muscle in human body?
    A. Masseter
    B. Genioglossus
    C. Platysma
    D. Deltoid
    Ans: A

    7. Which part of the body never stops growing?
    A. Fingers
    B. Ear and nose
    C. Stomach
    D. Feet
    Ans: B

    8. Which is the smallest bone in human body?
    A. Patella
    B. Stapes
    C. Tibia
    D. Humerus
    Ans: B

    9. What carries oxygen around the body?
    A. White blood cells
    B. Red blood cells
    C. Platelets
    D. Lungs
    Ans: B

    10. What is the hearing range of a human?
    A. 10 to 100 hertz
    B. 20 to 20, 000 hertz
    C. 100 to 1000 hertz
    D. 70 to 30,000 hertz
    Ans: B

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