NSTSE Class 4 Question Paper 2018 Part 2

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Question 21:

The rectangle shown has side length of 8 cm and 4 cm. What is the area of the shaded region?

Image Lenght 8 cm and 4 cm

Image Lenght 8 Cm and 4 Cm

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Question 22:

Study the following equation

What is the value of the product of the missing numbers?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Question 23:

Study the Pattern of the fractions.

Iamge Pattern Fraction

Iamge Pattern Fraction

How is the missing fraction expressed as a mixed fraction?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Question 24:

Identify the figure with only one pair of parallel lines.

(1)

Paraller line Choice A

Paraller Line Choice A

(2)

Paraller line Choice B

Paraller Line Choice B

(3)

Paraller line Choice C

Paraller Line Choice C

(4)

Paraller line Choice D

Paraller Line Choice D

Question 25:

Study the following:

  • The number is a multiple of 4, between 6 and 15.

  • It is also a factor of 36

Identify the number described in the box.

(1) 12

(2) 16

(3) 8

(4)9

General science

Question 26:

What happen when sand is added to a cup of water?

(1) The sand melts

(2) The sand dissolves

(3) The sand sinks to the bottom of the cup

(4) The sand floats on top of the water

Question 27:

Choose the correct sequence that shows the passage of food in our body.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Question 28:

Which animal does a tadpole turn into?

(1) Frog

(2) Butterfly

(3) Chicken

(4) Bird

Question 29:

The sun is a source of light. What other form of energy comes from the sun?

(1) Heat

(2) Sound

(3) Electricity

(4) Wind

Question 30:

Remain of plants and animals from long ago are called

(1) Fossils

(2) Endangered

(3) Dinosaurs

(4) Endemic

Question 31:

Which living things is an example of a carnivore?

(1) Grass

(2) Cow

(3) Lion

(4) Robin

Question 32:

The diagram shows earth at four different locations around the sun.

Around the sun

Around the Sun

At which location is it summer in Earth’s Northern Hemisphere?

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

Question 33:

Photosynthesis is the process of

(1) Using sunlight to make food from and water

(2) Breaking down materials by wind, water, or temperature change

(3) Changing from an immature form to an adult form

(4) Forming clouds through evaporation and condensation

Question 34:

There are four identical trays with different temperatures, each contain 20 ml of water, as shown below. Which tray of water will probably have the highest rate of evaporation?

Trays with different temperatures

Trays with Different Temperatures

(1) P

(2) Q

(3) R

(4) S

Question 35:

Student are testing how the shape of a container affects the rate of evaporation. They place four containers of water outside on a windy day. From which open container will the water most likely evaporate the fastest?

(1)

Iamge 150 ml of water

Iamge 150 Ml of Water

(2)

Image shape of water

Image Shape of Water

(3)

Iamge shape image water

Iamge Shape Image Water

(4)

Image shape of image

Image Shape of Image

Question 36:

Identify synthetic fiber.

(1) Nylon

(2) Wool

(3) Cotton

(4) Silk

Question 37:

A diagram of land and ocean temperatures is shown.

Iamge ocean temperatues image

Iamge Ocean Temperatues Image

The diagram illustrates the

(1) Sea breeze

(2) Movement of wave

(3) Soil erosion

(4) Formation of a hurricane

Question 38:

Which activity within our solar system takes approximately one year to complete?

(1) Moon revolving around the sun once

(2) A distance star revolving around earth once

(3) Earth revolving around the sun once

(4) The moon revolving around earth once

Question 39:

A long time ago, scientists could not study animal cell because they could not see their small parts. What tool is helpful to them to see the small parts of the cell?

(1) Balance

(2) Telescope

(3) Microscope

(4) Thermometer

Question 40:

Compare ice and water vapor. Which of the following comparisons is not true?

Image of Ice and Water
Image of ice and water

ICE

WATER VAPOR

(1)

Can be compressed

Can be compressed

(2)

Has no fixed shape

Has a fixed shape

(3)

Is water in solid state

Is water in gaseous state

(4)

Is visible

Is invisible

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