ASSET MOCK TEST 2 16th Feb 2020

EYLISH Sarah Tejus
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5th grade Science Quiz on ASSET MOCK TEST 2 16th Feb 2020, created by EYLISH Sarah Tejus on 02/03/2020.

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Question 1

There are many public buildings, hospitals, malls and office buildings which are at a raised level. In such buildings to reach such higher levels from the ground level there are stairs as well as slope path. What could the use of ramp be?
  • Moving an object up an inclined plane requires less force than lifting it straight up
  • To sweep out water if the floor is washed
  • To allow easy movement of heavy objects on wheels
  • To give support to the building

Question 2

Hummingbirds are birds native to the [blank_start]Americas[blank_end]. They are the smallest of birds, most species measuring [blank_start]7.5–13 cm[blank_end] in length. The smallest extant bird species is the 5 cm bee hummingbird. They are known as hummingbirds because of the humming sound created by their [blank_start]beating wings[blank_end], which flap at high frequencies audible to humans. Most [blank_start]North American[blank_end] hummingbirds migrate southward in fall to spend winter in [blank_start]Mexico and Central America.[blank_end] For nutrition, hummingbirds eat a variety of insects, including mosquitoes, fruit flies, gnats in flight or aphids on leaves and spiders in their webs.
  • Americas
  • Amsterdam
  • India
  • Africa
  • 7.5–13 cm
  • 9.5-13cm
  • 13cm
  • beating wings
  • rubbing foot
  • fliping the tail
  • rotating the head
  • North American
  • North Indian
  • North Austrialian
  • North China
  • Mexico and Central America.
  • Canada
  • Philipines
  • Saudi Arabia

Question 3

In nature many animals like owl live in solitary. But some animals do not live in solitary , they live in large groups. Which of the animals usually live in groups and not solitary.
  • BEES

Question 4

Look at the information given on the bottle of the medicine. In which of the following months will it be UNSAFE to use this medicine?
  • August 2010
  • October 2010
  • January 2013
  • August 2013

Question 5

In many parts of the world grapes are dried in hot sunlight to make raisins. What happens to the weight of the grapes after they are dried and why?
  • It increases when grapes become heavier when they are heated.
  • It increases because the sweetness of the raisins increases.
  • It decreases because the water is removed from the grapes.
  • no changes are seen.

Question 6

Shown here is a nail cutter. How does the shape of the cutting edge help?
  • It helps in keeping the nail cutter clean
  • It helps in cutting the nail in curved fashion
  • I t reduces the force required to cut the nail
  • It helps in cutting the nail without cutting the skin
  • It consists of four main parts; the lever, the pin, the file, and the blades.
  • Nail cutter is an example of first class lever

Question 7

The three objects shown here are rolled on the floor using equal force. Which of them will be the nearest to the starting point when they stop rolling.

Question 8

[blank_start]Miscible liquids[blank_end] means those which can mix with water easily with or without stirring, whereas [blank_start]Immiscible liquids[blank_end] are those which will not at all mix even with stirring.
  • Immiscible liquids
  • Miscible liquids,

Question 9

The llama is a domesticated [blank_start]South American[blank_end] camelid, widely used as a meat and pack animal by Andean cultures since the Pre-Columbian era. Llamas are very social animals and live with others as a [blank_start]herd[blank_end]. Their wool is [blank_start]very soft[blank_end] and lanolin-free. Llamas can learn simple tasks after a few repetitions. Llamas appear to have originated from the central plains of [blank_start]North America[blank_end] about 40 million years ago. They migrated to [blank_start]South America[blank_end] about three million years ago during the Great American Interchange. By the end of the last ice age (10,000–12,000 years ago), camelids were extinct in [blank_start]North America[blank_end].
  • South American
  • North American
  • West American
  • Eastern american
  • herd
  • solitary
  • very soft
  • very rough
  • silky
  • North America
  • Ssouth America
  • South America
  • North America
  • North America
  • South America

Question 10

Manju arranged four animals from left to right as shown Based on which of the following has she arranged them.
  • decreasing size of the animal
  • decreasing size of the wing
  • increasing size of the wing
  • increasing size of leg

Question 11

Which of these will NOT melt upon heating?
  • Chalk piece
  • white paper
  • wax
  • wooden piece
  • crayon

Question 12

One of the clocks below shows position of hand wrongly. You will not see it in a real clock. Which one is it ?
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Question 13

The crow shown here is trying to pull out a piece of meat placed near the closed end of a tube , using a stick which of the following can the crow also do the same.
  • metal rod
  • nylon thread
  • rubber band
  • newspaper strip

Question 14

[blank_start]mouth, stomach and small intestine[blank_end] are the organs that does the digestion of food in our body.
  • mouth, stomach and small intestine

Question 15

Simon was making a list of non living things that are man - made. Raman was making a list that sinks in water. Which of the following.
  • feather
  • glass rod
  • thermocol sheet
  • wooden ball

Question 16

Reflexes make our body react in certain signal, the body reacts in the same way every time the signal is present. Some reflexes have to be learnt. While some happens naturally without any previous learning, such reflexes are called as ' natural reflexes'. Which of the following is a 'natural reflex'
  • A batman hitting a ball with a bat
  • clapping hands at the end of the show
  • driving motor vehicles in a heavy traffic
  • pulling hand back on touching a hot stove

Question 17

What is an Annual plant?
  • One that germinates, flowers, seeds and dies in a year
  • One that lives for more than two years
  • One that germinates, flowers, seeds and dies every two years
  • One that looses its leaves in winter.

Question 18

Which of the following statements is true about the shadow of any object?
  • the shadow cannot be larger than the object itself
  • the shadow cannot lie between the object and the source of light causing it
  • the shadow forms on a flat surface
  • the larger the size of the source light , the larger the shadow.

Question 19

Lungs, Knee, and elbow are some parts of a human body that are found in pairs whereas [blank_start]the liver[blank_end] is found the only single organ in our body that is not in pairs.
  • the liver
  • eyes
  • ears
  • fingers

Question 20

Aditi covers her eyes when a beam of light falls on her face, this is an example of a [blank_start]response to stimulus[blank_end]
  • response to stimulus

Question 21

What does this poster related to the environment encourage people to do?
  • drink only clean water
  • save water for further use
  • give more water to animals
  • prevent the spread of H1N1

Question 22

Based on the above observation she can say that black surfaces get heated ___________ white surface do in a given time.
  • less than
  • more than
  • as much as
  • only black surface gets heated up, while white surface does not

Question 23

Force is the push or pull of an object. Anagha made a ball of clay, she kept it loosely on a ground. Which of the following may change about the clay ball.
  • Only its shape
  • only its position
  • its shape and position
  • its shape, size, position, and color

Question 24

A sudden violent shaking of the ground, typically causing great destruction, as a result of movements within the earth's crust or volcanic action is called [blank_start]earthquake[blank_end].
  • earthquake

Question 25

[blank_start]Boiling point[blank_end] is the temperature at which a [blank_start]liquid[blank_end] boils and turns to vapour.
  • Boiling point
  • Melting point
  • liquid
  • solid

Question 26

Radha put 10 guppies into a fish tank and fed them daily. She did not put any more fish into the aquarium. the graph here shows how the number of fish in the tank changes in a few months. The graph shows that living things
  • grow
  • need food
  • reproduce
  • move

Question 27

Gita takes equal pieces of 4 different types of cloths- P,Q,R and S She spreads each over the mouth of a beaker and ties it with a string as shown in the picture. She pours an equal quatity of water on each cloth sample as shown. After 10minutes, she notes the amount of water that collects in each beaker.
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S

Question 28

This picture shows a chair made up of bull horns. Horns from how many bullocks are used to make this chair.
  • 5
  • 6
  • 14
  • 16

Question 29

Ancient Egyptians had to move huge pieces of stone across long distances for building the pyramid . they found it much easier to move the pieces of stone with wooden logs under them. In the figure here they shown moving a huge piece of stone across a flat surface towards the site where the pyramid is being built. In which of the following has a similar method been used to make the work of moving things easier.

Question 30

The [blank_start]size of the shadow[blank_end] changes when the distance between the ball (object )and the torch is change.
  • size of the shadow

Question 31

Christina took a large vessel of water and placed a bowl with six marbles. The figure below shows how the bowl floated. Then Hansika took 3 marbles out of the bowl. What will happen to the bowl?
  • It will float a little lower than before
  • It will float a little higher than before
  • It will float at the same level as before
  • It will sink to the bottom of the vessel

Question 32

[blank_start]Glass[blank_end] is an amorphous solid.
  • Glass

Question 33

Sahita made 4 pinwheels, each of different materials(bioplastic, wood, paper, and iron) with the same thickness. If she takes all of them on a breezy day. the pinwheel made of which material will move the Fastest?
  • bioplastic
  • wood
  • paper
  • iron

Question 34

Where has this picture been taken from?
  • From another building
  • On top of the bus
  • from a satellite
  • from the road

Question 35

[blank_start]Photosynthesis[blank_end] is the process by which plants, some bacteria and some protista's use the energy from sunlight to produce [blank_start]glucose[blank_end] from carbon dioxide and water. In addition [blank_start]oxygen[blank_end] is also formed.
  • Photosynthesis
  • Respiration
  • glucose
  • starch
  • oxygen
  • carbon dioxide
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