Everyday Science MCQs: MCQ Related To Everyday Science

Everyday Science MCQs. Daily Life Science Related Questions.

 

 

Everyday Science MCQs

 

1- One Nanometer is equal to ??

(A) 10-6 meter

(B) 10-12 meter

(C) 10-3 meter

(D) 10-9 meter

 

2- What causes “Polio” ??

(A) Bacteria

(B) Infection

(C) Fungi

(D) Virus

 

3- Which acid is present in Gastric Juices ??

(A) Citric Acid

(B) Acetic Acid

(C) Hydrochloric Acid

(D) Sulphuric Acid

 

4- Very high temperature is measured by which instrument ??

(A) Telemeter

(B) Xylometer

(C) Hydrometer

(D) Pyrometer

 

5- In 2016, the “Mobile Mosques” Concept was introduced in which country ??

(A) Germany

(B) Indonesia

(C) Malaysia

(D) India

 

6- The “Soldiers of the Body” are which cells ??

(A) WBC

(B) RBC

(C) Platelets

(D) All of these

 

7- What are sound waves ??

(A) Electromagnetic

(B) Longitudinal 

(C) Transverse

(D) All of these

 

8- The smallest bird on Earth is ??

(A) Kiwi

(B) Sparrow

(C) Humming Bird

(D) None of the above

 

9- The lifespan of white blood cells is for how many days ??

(A) 1 to 2 days

(B) 2 to 4 days

(C) 5 to 21 days

(D) 10 to 15 days

 

10- What is Angstrom ??

(A) Unit of heat

(B) Unit of energy

(C) Unit of length

(D) Unit of light

 

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11- What the fluid part of Blood is called ??

(A) Platelets

(B) WBC

(C) Plasma

(D) None of these

 

12- An instrument that measures humidity, pressure, and temperature at various altitudes in the atmosphere is called ??

(A) Altimeter

(B) Voltmeter

(C) Radiosonde

(D) Barograph

 

13- What is mixed to melt the ice in cold countries in winters ??

(A) Coal

(B) Salt

(C) Water

(D) None of the above

 

14- Pollutants that are introduced into the environment by human activity are known as ??

(A) Qualitative pollutants

(B) Quantitative pollutants

(C) Anthropogenic pollutants

(D) All of these

 

15- Which of the following will freeze at last in a very low temperature ??

(A) Sea Water

(B) Lake Water

(C) Canal Water

(D) Tap Water

 

16- The central part of the Earth is known as ??

(A) Center

(B) Mantle

(C) Crust

(D) Core

 

17- The planet nearest to Earth is ??

(A) Moon

(B) Mars

(C) Mercury

(D) Venus

 

18- How deep can sunlight reach in the ocean ??

(A)  60 meters

(B) 80 meters

(C) 200 meters

(D) 400 meters

 

19- Which planet moves around the sun at the highest speed is ??

(A) Jupiter

(B) Neptune

(C) Earth

(D) Mercury

 

20- What is Albatros ??

(A) fruit

(B) mammal 

(C) sea bird

(D) insect

 

Everyday Science MCQs

 

21- What types of orbits do Comets have ??

(A) Spherical 

(B) Highly elliptical

(C) Circular

(D) Parabolic

 

22- The biggest planet of our Solar System is ??

(A) Venus

(B) Earth

(C) Saturn 

(D) Juipiter

 

23- The abbreviation of “GPS” is ??

(A) Global Positioning System

(B) Global Poles System

(C) Global Positions Structure

(D) None of these

 

24- The biggest species in the cat family is ??

(A) Puma 

(B) Cat 

(C) Tiger 

(D) Lion

 

25- “Oxidation” is a chemical reaction that involves what ??

(A) Loss of protons

(B) Gain of electrons

(C) Loss of electrons

(D) Gain of Protons

 

26- Heterogametic females are belong to which group of animals ??

(A) Rabbit

(B) Domestic fowl

(C) Spider

(D) Earthworms

 

27- What plants intake at night ??

(A) Oxygen

(B) Carbon dioxide

(C) Hydrogen

(D) Ammonia

 

28- What does the atmosphere of the Moon consist of ??

(A) 60% Hydrogen, 10% Nitrogen

(B) 80% Nitrogen, 20% Hydrogen

(C) 60% Nitrogen, 40%inert gases

(D) None of the above

 

29- At night Plants release ??

(A) Ammonia

(B) Carbon dioxide

(C) Oxygen

(D) All of these

 

30- What is the chemical name of Quartz ??

(A) Silicon dioxide

(B) Aluminium Oxide

(C) Marble Oxide

(D) None 

 

Everyday Science MCQs

 

31- Where Urine is produced ??

(A) Small Intestine

(B) Liver 

(C) Large Intestine

(D) Kidneys

 

32- Which month of a calendar year can lack a new moon ??

(A) January

(B) February

(C) November 

(D) December 

 

33- The positions of elements in the Periodic Table are determined by their number of ??

(A) Protons

(B) Electrons

(C) Neutrons

(D) Isotopes

 

34- Deuterium is different from Hydrogen because of ??

(A) Different Atomic number and different atomic weight

(B) Different atomic number but same atomic weight

(C) Same atomic number and different atomic weight

(D) None of the above

 

35- The salinity of seawater is determined by the amount of Sodium Chloride present in ??

(A) 1 kg of seawater 

(B) 10 gram of seawater

(C) 1 gram of seawater

(D) 10 kg of seawater

 

36- Which among these is a water-soluble Vitamin ??

(A) Vitamin K

(B) Vitamin D

(C) Vitamin A

(D) None of these

 

37- The planet which is easily visible from Earth is ??

(A) Saturn

(B) Venus

(C) Mars

(D) Jupiter

 

38- The number of electrons of a neutral atom is automatically known if one knows the ??

(A) Atomic weight

(B) Number of Isotopes

(C) Number of orbitals

(D) Atomic number

 

39- The Great red Spot is found on which planet ??

(A) Mercury

(B) Saturn

(C) Jupiter

(D) Neptune

 

40- What among these is not an enzyme ??

(A) Pepsin

(B) Chymotrypsin

(C) Secretin

(D) None of these

 

41- How long is one light-year ??

(A) 9.5×1012 km

(B) 9.5×1018 km

(C) 9.5×106 km

(D) 9.5×109 km

 

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