Plus Two -- Practice Set Two

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Light year is the unit of:

Who discovered neutrons?

The minimum number of vectors of unequal magnitude required to produce a zero resultant is:

For motion on a straight line path with constant acceleration magnitude of (displacement/ distance) is :

If I is the current flowing through a wire and e is the charge on electron, then in t second the number of electron are given by:

Which of the following correctly shows the surface of the water in the tank accelerating at 2 m/s-2? The beaker is accelerating from left to right?

One of the unit's earlier uses for expressing pressure was called bar. 1 bar is equivalent to

How many days does the moon take to revolve around the earth?

A faulty thermometer has its fixed print marked 5ºC & 95C. This thermometer reads the temperature of the body as 59ºC. The correct temperature on a Celsius scale is:

Which of the following has the highest viscosity?

Which of the following helps in determining the temperature of the steam?

Organic compound bears mainly:

What is the equivalent weight of Al?

Which of the following remains constant for an isolated system?

If radius of the earth shrinks by 1%, mass being unchanged the value of g:

The sky appears blue because:

Paraffin means:

Aqueous solution of NH4Cl is:

Color pigments can be separated by:

Which of the following is called calomel?

Pressure of a gas in a vessel can be measure by:

Malachite is an ore of:

The formula of amino acid is:

DDT is an example of:

How many molecules are present in 1 gm of H2?

On strongly heating Pb( NO3)2 crystals, the gas formed is:

Phosphine gas is

Oxidation number of P in KH2PO3 is:

Percentage of C in limestone is :

Which of the following is anticoagulant?

Coelom derived from blastocoel is:

Skull of birds is:

Human ear ossicles are:

Which produces by both conjugation and fission?

1st December is celebrated as:

Male mosquito does not transmit malarial parasite because:

Animal communicates via:

Galapagos Island is related with:

Sparrow shows which type of adaptation:

An example of energy rich nucleotide:

Sum of all the genes of a population is:

Spore bearing leaf of ferns is:

Myrmecophily means pollination by:

Arrangement of leaves on the branch is:

Hay fever is caused by:

Leaves without petiole is:

Explant is:

Term Taxonomy was coined by:

During pachytene chromosomes appear:

If 7x+3y=17 and 13x+17y=183, what is the average arithmetic mean of x and y?

In the figure at the right, the diagonal BD of the square ABCD is 3. What is the perimeter of the square?

Driving at 48 miles per hour, how many minutes will it take to drive 32 miles?

If 3 (5x2 + 2x + 1) =33, what is 5x2 + 2x + 10?

Yamn will be x years old y years from now. How old was he z years ago?

The new coordinates of point  (4, 5) when the origin is shifted to the point(1,-2) are:

The condition that the line    a1x + b1y +c1 = 0 and a2x + b2y+ +c2 = 0 to be parallel is:

If the points (1,4), (-3, 16) and (k, -2) are collinear, then the value of k is:

The angle between the lines represented by the equation ax2 + 2hxy-by2 + 2fy + c =0 is:

The relation between AM, GM and HM of any two unequal positive numbers is:

The product of the numbers 31/3.31/9.31/27 ………………to  is:

The Pth term of the series 4+9+14+….. is:

A square matrix A is called Idempotent if :

A single letter is selected at random from the word ‘PROBABILITY’. The probability that it is a vowel is:

The equation x2 + (k+2) + 2k = 0 has two equal roots the value of k is:

The value of Sin75°is:

The sum of the series 5+7+9+11+13+ ……… +25 is:

If 3/10 of a certain number is 75, then 6/10 of that number is:

If the perimeter of a circle is 1 units, then area is:

20% of what number is equal to 230 of 90?

If f(x) = 2x – 5, then its inverse f-1(x) is :

If f (2) = 10 and f (4) = 14, which of the following could be f(x)?

If SinA + SinB = X and CosA + CosB = Y, then Cos(A-B) is:

The roof requires …………

The lame man and the blind help ……………

I shall get my son ………… a cup of milk.

Shreeju is …………………… her hair.

If a thief ……………………. in my room at night, I’d throw something at him.

He ran as quickly as he …………..

........... river Nile flows through Egypt.

Prices have ………………….so rapidly in the last few months.

It is ………………… one-rupee note.

Alisha, try to be a little sensible, ………………?

A person who makes love without serious intentions:

He is a candid politician. The meaning in the word in bold type is:

In which part of this sentence has a grammatical error?

Most of the steam locomotive are now out of service.

His funeral ………………….. were performed by his eldest son.

A government in which all religious are equally honored is :

The soldiers laid down their arms. The meaning of the phrase in italics is:

Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:

I know that only one person in a thousand knows the trick of really living in the present. Most spend 59 minutes an hour living in the past, with regret for lost joys, or shame for the things badly done-or in a future which we either long for or dread. Yet the past is gone beyond repair, and every minute you spend in the vain effort to anticipate the future is a moment lost. There is only one world, the world pressing against you at this minute. There is only one minute in which you are alive, this miracle- here and now. The only way to live is by accepting every minute as an unrepeatable miracle. Which is exactly what it is- a miracle and unrepeatable.

People live either in the past or in the future because:

What is an unrepeatable miracle?

The attitude of the author is:

The most suitable title for the passage will be:

Which of the following remain constant for a projectile fired from the earth?

If 5Tan A= 5SecA, the value of Sin 2A is:

If a, b, c are in G.P. and a1/x = b1/y = c1/z , then x, y, z are in:

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