Everyday Science MCQs For CSS, CCE | EDS MCQs For Competitive Exams

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Long sightedness can be corrected by?

(a) Concave Lens

(b) Convex Lens

(c) Diverging

(d) None of the Above


Name the person who discovered Radioactivity?

(a) Bacquerel

(b) Kelvin

(c) Thomson

(d) Rutherford


Name the most abundant element on Earth crust?

(a) Hydrogen

(b) Nitrogen

(c) Silicon

(d) Oxygen


An average human body contains how many litres of Blood?

(a) 5 litres

(b) 6 litres

(c) 7 litres

(d) 8 litres


SI unit of charge is___________________.

(a) Ohm

(b) Volt

(c) Ampere

(d) Coulomb


Name the planet which is more visible from Earth?

(a) Jupiter

(b) Venus

(c) Mercury

(d) Mars


Dry Ice is_______________.

(a) Solid Nitrogen

(b) solid Carbon Dioxide

(c) Solid Oxygen

(d) Solid Hydrogen


Which type of the water will freeze at last?

(a) Water in a Lake

(b) Water in River

(c) Water in Sea

(d) Water in Canal


The cause of red colour of blood is_______________.

(a) Hemoglobin

(b) Myoglobin

(c) Hemocyanin

(d) Pyrite


Who measured the velocity of light?

(a) Newton

(b) Galileo

(c) Einstein

(d) Ole Roemer


Who invented thermometer used by doctors?

(a) Edison

(b) Galileo

(c) Fahrenheit

(d) None of these


Which of the following planet is less dense?

(a) Mercury

(b) Saturn

(c) Earth

(d) Jupiter


Which of the following Planet is known as “Watery Planet”?

(a) Mercury

(b) Saturn

(c) Earth

(d) Jupiter


Biosensor is used to measure_______________.

(a) Blood glucose level

(b) Salinity in Urine

(c) Amount of hemoglobin

(d) The body pH value


What quantity of Oxygen a human needs in a year?

(a) 6.5 tonnes

(b) 7.5 tonnes

(c) 8.5 tonnes

(d) 9.5 tonnes


Who discovered the cell?

(a) Charlis Darwin

(b) Alexander Fleming

(c) Robert Hook

(d) Louis Pasteur