# Set-6 General Science (English) Railway NTPC and Railway Group D 2019 Previous Year Questions |Study Virus

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Set-6 General Science Previous Year Questions

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1.The reason of mirage is
1. Interference of light
2. Diffraction of light
3. Polarization of light
4. Total internal reflection of light

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2.Red light is used in traffic signals because
1. It has the longest wavelength
2. It is beautiful
3. It is visible to people even with bad eyesight
4. None of the above reasons

Ans:1

3.If Va, Vw and Vs respectively are the speed of sound in air, water and steel, then-
1. Va < Vw < Vs
2. Vs < Vw < Va
3. Vw < Vs < Va
4. Vs < Va < Vw

Ans:1

4.How much should minimum distance be between the source of sound and reflecting surface, so that an echo can be heard clearly?
1. 10 meter
2. 17 meter
3. 24 meter
4. 30 meter

Ans:2

5.The SI unit of electric charge is –
1. Ampere
2. Coulomb
3. Esu
4. Kelvin

Ans:2

6.When a running car stops suddenly, the passengers tends to lean forward because of –
1. Centrifugal force
2. Inertia of rest
3. Inertia of motion
4. Gravitation force

Ans:3

7.If a boy is sitting in a train, which is moving at a constant velocity throws a ball straight up into the air, the ball will –
1. fall in front of him
2. fall behind him
3. fall into hand
4. None of the above

Ans:3

8.A person is hurt on kicking a stone due to –
1. Inertia
2. Velocity
3. Reaction
4. Momentum

Ans:3

9.For a body moving with non-uniform acceleration –
1. Displacement-time graph is linear
2. Displacement-time graph is non-linear
3. Velocity-time graph is non-linear
4. Velocity-time graph is linear

Ans:3

10.A parachute descends slowly whereas a stone dropped from the same height falls rapidly, because –
1. Stone is heavier than parachute
2. Special mechanisms are present in parachute
3. A parachute has a larger surface area and air resistance is more
4. None of the above

Ans:3

11.Shaving mirror is –
1. Convex
2. Concave
3. Plane
4. Parabolic

Ans:2

12.The spoon dropped by an astronaut in a satellite will –
1. Fall to the floor
2. Remain stationary
3. Continue to follow the motion of the satellite
4. Move tangentially away

Ans:3

13.The sensation of weightlessness in a spacecraft in an orbit is due to the –
1. Absence of gravity outside
2. Acceleration in the orbit which is equal to the acceleration due to gravity outside
3. Presence of gravity outside but not inside the spacecraft
4. Fact that spacecraft in the orbit has no energy

Ans:2

14.It is easier to carry two buckets of water in one hand each, than to carry only one in one hand because –
1. weight of buckets are balanced
2. centre of gravity falls within the body
3. centre of gravity and centre of equilibrium fall within the feet
4. resultant weight of buckets is zero

Ans:3

15.In a nuclear reactor, one of the following is used as a fuel?
1. Coal
2. Uranium
3. Radium
4. Diesel

Ans:2

16.The device used for locating submerged objects under sea is –
1. Sonar
2. Radar
3. Laser
4. Maser

Ans:1

17.The hair of shaving brush clings together when removed from water due to –
1. Surface tension
2. Viscosity
3. Elasticity
4. Friction

Ans:1

18.When pressure is increased, the melting point of ice –
1. Increases
2. Does not change
3. Decreases
4. Depends on the impurities in the ice

Ans:3

19.Sprayer functions are based on –
1. Bernoulli’s principle
2. Archimedes’ principle
3. Pascal’s law
4. Floatation principle

Ans:1

20.The material used in the fa

1. The book ‘Genera Plantarium’ was written by –
1. Linnaeus
2. Bentham and Hooker
3. Engler and Prantle
4. Hutchinson

Ans:1

2. Which is the only mammal that can fly?
1. Whale
2. Bat
3. Hen
4. Lizard

Ans:2

3. The normal body temperature of human beings is –
1. 96.4° F
2. 97.4° F
3. 98.6° F
4. 99.4° F

Ans:3

4. Who discovered the polio vaccine?
1. Louis Pasture
2. Konard Zuse
3. Eli Whitney
4. Jonas Salk

Ans:4

5. Birds which swim in water have –
1. Webbed feet
2. Broad wings
3. Long beaks
4. Toes with claws

Ans:1

6. Which one of the following diseases is caused due to presence of excess arsenic in water?
1. Alzheimer’s disease
2. Parkinson’s disease
3. Skin cancer
4. Indigestion

Ans:3

7. Animals living in the tree trunks are known as –
1. Arboreal
2. Volant
3. Amphibious
4. Aquatics

Ans:1

8. Which of the following is correct about cold-blooded animals?
1. Their blood remains cold all the time
2. Their body temperature changes in accordance with atmosphere
3. Their body temperature remains constant all the time
4. They kill all the animals they came across.

Ans:2

9. Which of the following animals has the longest life span?
1. Elephant
2. Crocodile
3. Dog
4. Tortoise

Ans:4

10. Food is stored in plants in the form which carbohydrate?
1. Starch
2. Glucose
3. Fructose
4. Cellulose

Ans:1

11. Proteins are made up of –
1. Sugars
2. Amino acids
3. Fatty acids
4. Nucleic acid

Ans:2

12. Which one of the following animals is sanguinovorous?
1. Fruitfly
2. Mosquito
3. Housefly
4. Snail

Ans:2

13. Which one of the following organs converts glycogen into glucose and purifies the blood?
1. Liver
2. Kidney
3. Lungs
4. Spleen

Ans:1

14. The Saliva helps in the digestion of –
1. Proteins
2. Starch
3. Fibres
4. Fats

Ans:2

15. The tissue in man where no cell division occurs after birth is –
1. Epithelial
2. Nerves
3. Connective
4. Germinal

Ans:2

16. The normal, RBC count in adult male is –
1. 4.5- 6.1 million
2. 7.5- 8.5 million
3. 2- 3 million
4. 1.5- 2.5 million

Ans:1

17. The branch of biology dealing with the study of cells is known as –
1. Cytology
2. Histology
3. Psychology
4. Physiology

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18. Which is the anti-coagulant substance in blood?
1. Fibrinogen
2. Heparin
3. Thrombin
4. Globin

Ans:2

19. Which one of the following cells produce antibodies?
1. Eosinophil
2. Monocyte
3. Basophil
4. Lymphocytes

Ans:4

20.The food conducting tissue of a plants is –
1. Phloem
2. Xylem
3. Parenchyma
4. Collenchyma

Ans:1

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