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14. Shruti took a syringe filled with water as shown here. She applied large pushing force on the piston. What can be the level of water in the syringe now?

A. 0 mL

B. 2 mL

C. 4 mL

D. 6 mL

Syringe Filled

15. Refer to the given figure showing digestive system. Where does the digestion of food begin and end respectively?

Digestive System

A. b, e

B. c, d

C. a, d

D. a, e

16. A croton plant has colourful leaves. Which one of the following statements is true regarding the croton plant?

A. It can make food because it has yellow pigments in its leaves.

B. It can make food because its mature stems can perform photosynthesis.

C. It can make food because its leaves contain chlorophyll.

D. It is a parasitic plant and cannot make food, hence it obtains food from other green plants

17. What is common between the fifth and eighth planet of our solar system?

1. They are made up of frozen gases.

2. They are made up of rocks and iron.

3. They are neither hot nor cold.

4. They are called interior planets or inner planets.

A. 1 only

B. 2 and 3 only

C. 2,3 and 4 only

D. 1,3 and 4 only

18. Akshat arranged two magnets in a set up and the outcome is shown in the given figure. Select the option that correctly identifies the poles a, b, c and d of the magnets.

A b c d

A. North, South, North, South

B. South, North, North, South

C. North, North, South, South

D. South, North, South, North

Thread Magnet

19. Which of these events are associated with the land breeze?

A. Wind blows from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure.

B. Cool air blows from the sea to the land.

C. Land gets heated up faster than the sea.

D. Warm air rises up over the land.

20. In modern times, determine the clothing of people living at a particular place.

A. Cultural beliefs

B. Climate

C. Easily available fibres

D. Both A and B

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