Everyday Science MCQS Set 41

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How many bones are there in a newly born infant?
203
300
206
280

vinegar is also known as:
Sulfuric acid
Ascorbic acid
Acetone acid
Acetic acid

Find the gain percentage if cost price is Rs 400 and selling price is Rs. 500
0.2
0.25
0.1
0.15

What is the most important stimulant in tea leaves?
Caffeine
Theine
Phenylalanine
Brucine

Which are bacteria diseases:
Pneumonia, Gonorrhoea,Tetanus
All of the above
Cholera, Diphtheria ,Tuberculosis
Typhoid, Plague. whooping cough

Which instrument is used to measure the intensity of earthquake?
Seismograph
Spherometer
Scotograph
Speedometer

Which chamber of the heart of the pumps blood to the systemic circulation?
Right Atrium
Left ventricle
Left Atrium
Right Ventricle

Bacteria having flagella all over the body are called
Peritrichous
Morphortichous
Lophotrichous
Monotrichous

Who is is called the father of Genetics?
James Watson
Gregor Mendel
Henry Bragg
Francis Crick

The study of the structure and organization of living things:
Hematology
Anatomy
Taxonomy
Archaeology

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