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The primary colors are-

A) Yellow, red, blue B) Green, white, black
C) Blue, green, yellow D) Red, blue, green

Answer:   D) Red, blue, green



Explanation:

The Primary Colours are Blue, Red and Green. By mixing all these three primary colours we get White colour. 

The Secondary Colours are - Yellow, Magenta and Cyan.

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Which of the following trees shed their leaves once in a year?

A) Deciduous trees B) Coniferous trees
C) Evergreen trees D) Both deciduous and coniferous trees
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Deciduous trees

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Which of the following metal (shown by its symbol) is generally used for making filaments of bulb?

A) Fe B) An
C) Ag D) W
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) W

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Which part of the plant gives us saffron?

A) Roots B) Petals
C) Stem D) Stigma
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Stigma

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'Neo-Malthusian Theory' is associated with which of the following?

A) Employment B) Poverty
C) Resource scarcity D) Income
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Resource scarcity

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Atmospheric conditions are well governed by humidity. Which one among the following may best define humidity?

A) Form of suspended water droplets caused bycondensation B) Deposition if atmospheric moisture
C) Almost microscopically small drops of water condensed from and suspended in air D) The moisture content of the atmosphere at a particular time and place
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) The moisture content of the atmosphere at a particular time and place

Explanation:

"Humidity" refers to the presence of water vapor in the atmosphere. It is measured in either relative terms (relative humidity) or absolute terms (dewpoint temperature).Humidity indicates the likelihood for precipitation, dew, or fog to be present.

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Which one of the following may be the true characteristic of cyclones?

A) Temperate cyclones move from west to east with westerlies whereas tropical cyclones follow trade winds B) The front side of cyclone is known as the 'eye of cyclone'.
C) Cyclones possess a centre of high pressure surrounded by closed isobars D) Hurricanes are well known tropical cyclones which develop over mid latitudes.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Temperate cyclones move from west to east with westerlies whereas tropical cyclones follow trade winds

Explanation:

Temperate Cyclones are cyclones of mid-latitudes and hence are primarily under influence of permanent winds of mid-latitudes i.e. westerlies. Their movement is therefore eastwards of their origin with average velocity of 32km per hour in summers and 48km per hour in winters.

Movement of Tropical CyclonesNormally, they move from east to west under the influence of trade winds because trade winds are permanent winds of tropical latitudes. The general direction is therefore westwards from their origin. They advance with varying velocities. Weak cyclones move at the speed of about 32km per hour while hurricanes attain the velocity of 180km per hour or more.

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Which one of the following river valleys of India is under the influence of intensive gully erosion?

A) Kosi B) Chambal
C) Damodar D) Brahmaputra
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Chambal

Explanation:

The Chambal's lower course is lined by belt of badland gullies resulting from accelerated soil erosion and is the site of a major projectin soil conservation.Chambal Project is a joint project from both Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan government, which aims at harvesting the Chambal River for irrigation, power prevention and control of soil erosion in the valley

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What is constellation?

A) A particular pattern of equidistant stars from the earth in the sky B) A particular pattern of stars that may not be equidistant from the earth in the sky
C) A particular pattern of planets of our solar system in the sky D) A particular pattern and satellites in the sky due totheir position in the space
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) A particular pattern of stars that may not be equidistant from the earth in the sky

Explanation:

A constellation is a group of stars that forms an imaginary outline or pattern on the celestial sphere, typically representing an animal, mythological person or creature, a god, or an inanimate object. Stars may or may not be equidistant from the earth.

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