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Maths and Science General Knowledge Questions with Answers

Maths and Science General Knowledge Questions with Answers


Maths and Science General Knowledge Questions with Answers


General Mathematics and Science Quiz Questions with Answers


1. Which is the metal that melts at 30 degree Celsius?
A. Radium
B. Gallium
C. Indium
D. Bismuth
Answer: Gallium


2. A two-dimensional image of a slice through a three-dimensional object is named as?
A. Monogram
B. Tomogram
C. Kaleidoscope
D. Cuboid
Answer: Tomogram


3. Which natural fiber is known to be the strongest?
A. Jute
B. Cotton
C. Limped teeth
D. Silk
Answer: Limpet teeth


4. Under a given situation which gas among the following does not undergo chemical reaction?
A. Chlorine
B. Fluorine
C. Nitrogen
D. Inert Gas
Answer: Inert gas


5. A square feet of one square mile is?
A. 27787300
B. 26878400
C. 27878400
D. 2692300
Answer: 27,878,400


6. Name the gemstone which has Emerald and Aquamarine as its varieties?
A. Alexandrite
B. Amethyst
C. Beryl
D. Lapis lazuli
Answer: Beryl


7. A score means how many years?
A. 19
B. 21
C. 20
D. 30
Answer: 20


8. The activity of a radioactive source has a unit measurement as?
A. Becquerel
B. Jansky
C. Dioptre
D. Erlang
Answer: Becquerel


9. The green color in leaves is caused due to a pigment called?
A. Chlorophyll
B. Carotenoids
C. Flavonoids
D. Betalains
Answer: Chlorophyll


10. Name the radioactive metal extracted from Carnotite and Pitchblende?
A. Uranium
B. Radium
C. Thorium
D. Polonium
Answer: Uranium


11. Other than matter what is the term used for space?
A. Vacuum
B. Blank
C. Zero
D. Nil
Answer: Vacuum


12. A process by which molecules of a solvent tend to pass through a semipermeable membrane from a less concentrated solution into a more concentrated one is known as?
A. Diffusion
B. Osmosis
C. Molecular Diffusion
D. Facilitated Diffusion
Answer: Osmosis


13. Where does a Halophyte plant grow?
A. Saline
B. Sweet
C. Marshy
D. Wetland
Answer: Saline


14. Name the only rock that can float?
A. Basalt
B. Andesite
C. Pumice
D. Obsidian
Answer: Pumice


15. A league consists of how many miles?
A. 4
B. 5
C. 3
D. 2
Answer: 3


Maths and Science General Knowledge Questions Part 2 (Questions 16-30)


16. How can we determine the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution?
A. pH
B. nH
C. kH
D. mH
Answer: pH


17. The number of sides in a pentadecagon is?
A. 15
B. 16
C. 12
D. 13
Answer: 15


18. Name the only metal that remains liquid at room temperature?
A. Gallium
B. Bromine
C. Francium
D. Mercury
Answer: Mercury


19. Which among the following is a cube root of 64?
A. 4
B. 64
C. 4096
D. 256
Answer: 4


20. The planet known to be the brightest natural object in the night sky?
A. Neptune
B. Venus
C. Saturn
D. Mercury
Answer: Venus


21. What is the speed of light?
A. 18000 miles per second
B. 163000 miles per second
C. 170000 miles per second
D. 196000 miles per second
Answer: 186,000 miles per second


22. Five liters in a milliliter is?
A. 5000
B. 2500
C. 3000
D. 6000
Answer: 5,000


23. The Galilean Moons orbit which planet?
A. Jupiter
B. Mars
C. Uranus
D. Mercury
Answer: Jupiter


24. Name the element combined with iron to form steel?
A. Copper
B. Carbon
C. Silicon
D. Chromium
Answer: Carbon


25. Name the compound that has a density around 1000 kg/m³?
A. Water
B. Air
C. Soil
D. Ice
Answer: Water


26. The strongest magnet in the universe is?
A. Magnetar
B. Neodymium
C. Ferromagnet
D. Ferrimagnet
Answer: Magnetar


27. What is a sherardized object coated with?
A. Zinc
B. Tin
C. Gold
D. Copper
Answer: Zinc


28. How many feet are in one mile?
A. 5281
B. 5290
C. 5380
D. 5280
Answer: 5,280


29. Roman numerals CCXVII is equal to which number?
A. 109
B. 107
C. 118
D. 298
Answer: 109


30. One terabyte is equal to how many megabytes?
A. 1050765
B. 1047476
C. 1052576
D. 1048576
Answer: 1,048,576


Maths and Science General Knowledge Questions Part 3 (Questions 31-50)


31. Name the metal that has the highest melting point?
A. Tungsten
B. Helium
C. Argon
D. Carbon
Answer: Tungsten


32. One week has a total of how many hours?
A. 169
B. 168
C. 158
D. 159
Answer: 168


33. A polygon having four unequal sides is called as?
A. Quadrilateral
B. Regular Polygon
C. Pentagon
D. Hexagon
Answer: Quadrilateral


34. When did Albert Einstein win the Noble Prize in Physics?
A. 1922
B. 1921
C. 1891
D. 1821
Answer: 1921


35. Name the element present in every living species on Earth?
A. Chlorine
B. Carbon
C. Aluminium
D. Potassium
Answer: Carbon


36. In an Earth calendar year how many times the moon revolves?
A. 14
B. 12
C. 13
D. 15
Answer: 13


37. The instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure is called?
A. Barometer
B. Seismometers
C. Thermometer
D. Spectrograph
Answer: Barometer


38. What is the percentage of alcohol in 70 proof whiskey?
A. 35%
B. 70%
C. 45%
D. 30%
Answer: 35%


39. Ethernet is a registered trademark belonging to which company?
A. Xerox
B. Epson
C. Fuji Xerox
D. Lexmark
Answer: Xerox


40. The number of ways to make changes for a dollar is?
A. 398
B. 293
C. 392
D. 194
Answer: 293


41. In one ton the total number of ounces is?
A. 32000
B. 1200
C. 2760
D. 23000
Answer: 32000


42. The number of sides in a rhombus is?
A. 4
B. 3
C. 2
D. 5
Answer: 4


43. Name the element which is the first to be discovered through synthesis?
A. Technetium
B. Lawrencium
C. Nobelium
D. Fermium
Answer: Technetium


44. Name the vitamin which is known as Ascorbic acid?
A. Vitamin C
B. Vitamin B
C. Vitamin K
D. Vitamin E
Answer: Vitamin C


45. Pascal is used as a SI unit for?
A. Pressure
B. Luminous Intensity
C. Intensity
D. Tension
Answer: Pressure


46. Name for what the classification system Köppen is used?
A. Wind speed
B. Climate
C. Pressure
D. Family
Answer: Climate


47. Name the planet that rotates clockwise?
A. Mercury
B. Venus
C. Earth
D. Mars
Answer: Venus


48. The only number with the same number of letters as the meaning of it’s name is?
A. 4
B. 3
C. 2
D. 5
Answer: 4


49. Obsidian is the rock type of?
A. Igneous
B. Metamorphic
C. Sedimentary
D. Granite
Answer: Igneous


50. Name the planet having a white cloud pattern in its atmosphere nicknamed as “Scooter “?
A. Mars
B. Jupiter
C. Saturn
D. Neptune
Answer: Neptune


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