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EXAMINATION 2015, GRADE 5
SCIENCE PART – A (Objective Type)
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Part-A = 50 Marks, Part-B = 50 Marks, Total Marks = 100
General Instructions:
1) Students are advised to choose a correct answer to every question.
2) Read each question carefully before answering.
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3) Do not take the question paper / answer sheet out of the examination centre.
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4) Mark the correct option of MCQ with a Black /Blue ink.
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5) More than one marked answers will not be considered.
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Part-A (Multiple Choice Questions)
Time Allowed: 50 Minutes
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Instructions: -Twenty five (25) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are given in this
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Q. No.1. Living things are divided into how many kingdoms?
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Q. No.3. The given flower has five petals. This flower belongs to which group of plants?
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Q. No.5. One cause of air pollution is:
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Q. No.7. An astronaut has 90kg mass on earth. What will be his or her mass in space?
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Q. No.8. Which one is a non-biodegradable thing?
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Q. No.10. Ice-cream melts outside of a fridge because its particles:
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Q. No.17. The correct arrangement of first four planets in our solar system is;
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Q. No.19. Which part of a mixture of sand, salt, plastic balls and iron nails may be
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Q. No.22. In villages, houses are plastered with mud. For this purpose which type of soil is used?
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Q. No.25. Why is the Sun a star? It;
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