51 Online GK Quiz

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51 Online GK Quiz

 

51 Online GK Quiz

 

GK Questions

 

  1. Which is the great portrait sculpture in Egypt?

Answer: Great Sphinx of Giza.

 

  1. What is the largest unit for measuring distances in space?

Answer: Mega Parsec (Mpc).

 

  1. The professor who claimed that plants can see:

Answer: Harold Wager (in 1908).

 

  1. Which theory is used for explaining the changes in reaction rate?

Answer: Collision theory.

 

  1. Name the warehouse where imported goods are kept before the payment of import duty:

Answer: Bonded warehouse.

 

  1. To produce a stream of electrons, a special metal electrode is present in every tube. Name it:

Answer: Emitter.

 

  1. Long span concrete bridges are usually constructed as:

Answer: Composite Pre-stressed beam type.

 

  1. What is the name of the rock which develops as a result of gradual accumulation, consolidation and hardening of products of weathering of mineral particles brought about by wind or water?

Answer: Sedimentary rock.

 

  1. Which mathematician said, “The essence of mathematics resides in its freedom”?

Answer: Georg Cantor.

 

  1. Name the Nobel Laureate couples who invented artificial radio-active elements:

Answer: Frédéric Joliot-Curie and Irène Joliot-Curie.

 

  1. Which country is the foremost in the growth of the automobiles?

Answer: USA.

 

  1. Two sisters collaborated in writing, ‘Twinkle, twinkle little star’, Which pair?

Answer: Ann and Jane Taylor.

 

  1. 2 and 1/4 days are determined for what purpose?

Answer: To know moon stands in which sign.

 

  1. Name the type of shock absorbers which are popular with Ford Vehicles:

Answer: Rotary vane type Hydraulic Shock Absorber.

 

  1. The life period of Buddha?

Answer: 566-486 BC.

 

GK with Answers

 

  1. Who fell in love with a statue he had carved?

Answer: Pygmalion.

 

  1. In which parliament UK has 81 seats for members who are elected for a five year term?

Answer: European Parliament.

 

  1. What is the level beyond which no more erosion occurs due to the action of running water?

Answer: Sea level.

 

  1. Sociological study mainly aims at:

Answer: about human social life.

 

  1. Who wrote “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”?

Answer: Anita Loos.

 

  1. Which are the musical instruments used in ancient Egypt?

Answer: Harp, pipe and flute.

 

  1. What is the Messier catalogue?

Answer: It is a catalogue representing the first attempt to list the heavenly bodies difficult to identify.

 

  1. Tracheophyte are characterized by the presence of what?

Answer: Vascular strands.

 

  1. What contains terms and conditions of insurance?

Answer: Insurance Policy.

 

  1. The primary advantage of a cient/server system is that:

Answer: Shifting the process between client system & database server.

 

  1. The electrons in this shell of an atom are rather loosely held and can be dislodged entirely by collision. Name this shell:

Answer: Outermost.

 

  1. Name a sedimentary rock:

Answer: Shale.

 

  1. Who said, “The Great Architect of the Universe now begins to appear as a pure mathematician”?

Answer: James Jeans.

 

  1. Name the person who has developed the modern sign language of the deaf: [The French man Charles-Michel de l’Épée

Answer: During 18th century)

 

  1. Who deals with the problems of Air Pollution in USA?

Answer: Environment Protection Agency – EPA.

 

Online and Answers for Everyone

 

  1. ‘The Scholar Gipsy’ is perhaps the most famous poem written about Oxford. Who wrote it?

Answer: Matthew Arnold.

 

  1. What is point of intersection of moon?

Answer: The sign in which moon stands.

 

  1. Stabilizer used in a shock absorber system are called by another name. What is it?

Answer: Sway bars.

 

  1. What is the main discovery of Buddhism?

Answer: There is nothing impossible in the world.

 

  1. Which popular singer was born in Tupelo, Mississippi and died in Memphis, Tennessee?

Answer: Elvis Presley.

 

  1. Which nymphs in Greek mythology were the guardian spirits of the sea?

Answer: Nereids.

 

  1. What did the British Government force to abolish in 1991, replacing it with the council tax?

Answer: Poll tax/Community charge.

 

  1. What is the term that is used to designate a sea entering the land but smaller than the gulf?

Answer: Bay.

 

  1. A sociologist studies:

Answer: Social aspects of human life.

 

  1. ‘Slowly Down the Ganges’ is a remarkable account of a boat journey on the Ganga. Who is the author?

Answer: Eric Newby.

 

  1. What were the achievements of the Egyptians in the field of Mathematics?

Answer: Laid the foundations of Arithmetic and Geometry.

 

  1. Who prepared Messier catalogue and when?

Answer: The Frenchman Charles Messier in 1784. It contains more than 100 objects.

 

  1. Up to what depth of the sea do the plants grow?

Answer: 200 m.

 

  1. Which element can be toxic to plants growing in soils that are high in acidity?

Answer: Aluminum.

 

  1. Name the consideration paid by the insured to the insurer:

Answer: Premium.

 

  1. An example of network operating system is:

Answer: Windows NT/ Novell Netware.

 

  1. Name the electrons that have become dislodged from the outermost shell:

Answer: Free electrons.

 

  1. How metamorphic rocks are formed?

Answer: By metamorphosis.

 

  1. Who. said, "A mathematician is great or he is nothing”?

Answer: Alfred Adler.

 

  1. The heating up of certain gases in the atmosphere is due to the presence of the rays of the sun. By whom was this phenomenon discovered?

Answer: Joseph Fourier.

 

  1. Who deal with the problems of Noise Pollution in USA?

Answer: The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-and – Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

 

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