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General Science - Question Answer

Q106. Which of the following companies teamed up with NASA to develop software called Onsight, a new technology that will enable scientists to work virtually on Mars
(a) Apple
(b) Google
(c) Microsoft
(d) IBM

Q107. World’s first medicine made from marijuana is named as
(a) Malarone
(b) Effexor
(c) Absinthium
(d) Epidiolex

Q108. Who plans to launch world’s first mission to touch the Sun
(a) NASA
(b) ISRO
(c) JAXA
(d) European Space Agency

Q109. The term ‘Mongolism’ is a disorder that refers to
(a) Turner’s syndrome
(b) Klinefelter’s syndrome
(c) Patau syndrome
(d) Down syndrome



Q110. What is the full form of ‘RADAR’
(a) Radio Device and Ranging
(b) Region Device and Ranging
(c) Radio Detecting and Ranging
(d) Radio Detect and Range

Q111. Human bodies cannot produce
(a) vitamins
(b) proteins
(c) minerals
(d) carbohydrates

Q112. Wireless Telegraph was invented by
(a) Guglielmo Marconi
(b) Nikola Tesla
(c) Thomas Edison
(d) Alexander Graham Bell

Q113. The compound used in breath analysis test for drunken driving is
(a) KI
(b) KMnO4
(c) CuSO4
(d) K2Cr2O7



Q114. The first battery was made by
(a) James Prescott Joule
(b) George Simon ohm
(c) Alessandro Volta
(d) Michael Faraday

Q115. Amino acids are joined by
(a) Peptide bond
(b) Ionic bond
(c) Hydrogen bond
(d) Amino bond

Q116. Haemophilia is a
(a) Bacterial disease
(b) Fungal disease
(c) Genetic disease
(d) Cellular disease

Q117. Which of the following minerals is known as brown diamond
(a) Iron
(b) Lignite
(c) Mica
(d) Manganese



Q118. Jelly fishes does not contain special organ for ______ and ______
(a) Nerve and sense
(b) Muscle and Circulation
(c) Digestion and Circulation
(d) Respiration and Excretion

Q119. Which one of the following is a main component of fertilizers
(a) Chlorine
(b) Hydrogen
(c) Methane
(d) Ammonia

Q120. Neoprene is a polymer of the following monomer
(a) Isoprene
(b) Chloroprene
(c) Isobutane
(d) Isopentane


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