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Q91. Which country discovered Abacus
(a) India
(b) Egypt
(c) China
(d) England

Q92. Which of these is not a law named after its discoverer
(a) Archimedes' Principle
(b) Hercules' Theorem
(c) Bernoulli's Principle
(d) Pythagoras' Theorem

Q93. A group of similar cells in human body performing the same function is called
(a) Gland
(b) System
(c) Organ
(d) Tissue

Q94. Which of the following is the World's first Wind Sensing Satellite
(a) FLEX
(b) CryoSat
(c) Swarm
(d) Aeolus



Q95. The scientist recently estimated the age of moon around _____ billion
(a) 3.36
(b) 4.36
(c) 5.36
(d) 6.36

Q96. The scientist recently estimated the age of moon around _____ billion
(a) 3.36
(b) 4.36
(c) 5.36
(d) 6.36

Q97. The Logarithm tables were invented by
(a) John Napier
(b) Henry Briggs
(c) Blaise Pascal
(d) James Gregory

Q98. The Logarithm tables were invented by
(a) John Napier
(b) Henry Briggs
(c) Blaise Pascal
(d) James Gregory

Q99. Most of the security camera uses LED, which emits radiation in the range
(a) X-ray range
(b) Microwave range
(c) IR wave range
(d) Visible range

Q100. The shape of the wings of the aircraft are designed based on
(a) Bernoulli’s principle
(b) Kepler’s principle
(c) Newton’s principle
(d) Pascal’s principle



Q101. Xerophthalmia is also called as
(a) Red eye
(b) Moist eye
(c) Pink eye
(d) Dry eye

Q102. Which terminology describes 'knock-knee'
(a) Arthritis
(b) Rickets
(c) Osteoporosis
(d) Genu valgum

Q103. Which disease is also known as Hansen’s disease
(a) Filariasis
(b) Leprosy
(c) Malaria
(d) Rubella

Q104. Which communicable disease is also known as 3-day measles
(a) Measles
(b) Mumps
(c) Rubella
(d) Diphtheria

Q105. "Bacillus anthracis" which cause ________ disease in cattle and human
(a) anthrax
(b) plague
(c) cholera
(d) typhoid


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