General Knowledge Set-05

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Now a days each has a general knowledge portion. PPSC and FPSC exams designed in such a way, one cannot achieve merit without doing GK preparation. Clickans provides you general knowledge set-05, which is for the first day of you preparation. Doing regular can help you to achieve marks within merit.

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General Knowledge Set-05

1. The unit of energy produced by food in the human body is called

(a) Watt

(b) DNA

(c) Calorie

(d) Ampere

2. Proteins are made of

(a) Sugar

(b) Fatty acid

(c) Nucleic acid

(d) Amino acid

3. Amount of water in mammalian blood is

(a) 99%

(b) 98%

(c) 90%

(d) 92%

4. Which of the following Vitamin helps in clotting of blood?

(a) Vitamin B

(b) Vitamin A

(c) Vitamin D

(d) Vitamin K

5. Which of the following vitamins are fat soluble?

(a) Vitamins A,B, C, D

(b) Vitamins A, D, E, K

(c) Vitamins A, B, C, D

(d) None of these

6. Which of the following is not a source of Vitamin C?

(a) Potato

(b) Tomato

(c) Guava

(d) Milk

7. Ozone is present in which of the following layers of atmosphere

(a) Troposphere and Thermosphere

(b) Troposphere and Stratosphere

(c) Mesosphere

(d) Thermosphere

8. The study of relationship between organism and their environment is called

(a) Ecology

(b) Oncology

(c) Lithology

(d) None of these

9. Most of the ozone in the atmosphere is concentrated in the

(a) Mesosphere

(b) Troposphere

(c) Stratosphere

(d) Ionosphere

10. The most abundant element in Earth’s crust is

(a) Silicon

(b) Oxygen

(c) Aluminum

(d) None of these

11. Which of the following vitamins is Water soluble?

(a) Vitamins B, E

(b) Vitamins A, B

(c) Vitamins C, D

(d)Vitamins B, C

12. In railway tracks, a small gap is left between the rails

(a) To allow for the expansion during heat

(b) To save the cost of metal

(c) To permit the shrinkage of metal

(d) None of these

13. Friction can be reduced by changing over from

(a) Sliding to rolling

(b) Rolling to sliding

(c) Potential energy to kinetic energy

(d) None of these

14. A solid ball of metal has a spherical cavity inside it. If the ball is heated, the volume of the cavity will

(a) Increase

(b) Decrease

(c) Remain unaffected

(d) None of these

15. As we climb up the mountain, the atmospheric pressure will

(a) Decrease

(b) Increase

(c) Remain the same

(d) None of these

16. Which of the following vitamin is produced in the body with the help of sunlight?

(a) Vitamin D

(b) Vitamin E

(c) Vitamin K

(d) None of these

17. Vitamin ‘D’ prevents

(a) Tooth diseases

(b) Bone diseases

(c) Eye diseases

(d) Skin diseases

18. Heart attack is caused due to

(a) Blood sugar

(b) Cholesterol

(c) Blood protein

(d) Blood urea

19. Which of the following diseases has posed a serious threat the world over?

(a) Tumour

(b) Paralytic stroke

(c) AIDS

(d) Tuberculosis

20. Which of the following disease is not water-borne?

(a) Cholera

(b) Influenza

(c) Amoebiasis

(d) Typhoid

21. Typhoid and cholera are typical examples of

(a) Infection diseases

(b) Air-borne diseases

(c) Water-borne diseases

(d) None of these

22. Who invented the hydrogen bomb?

(a) J. Robert Oppenheimer

(b) Albert Einstein

(c) Samuel Cohen

(d) Edward Teller

23. Logarithm tables were invented by

(a) John Napier

(b) John Doe

(c) John Harrison

(d) John Douglas

24. Who invented optical fibre?

(a) Samuel Cohen

(b) Narinder Kapany

(c) Percy L. Spencer

(d) T. H. Maimah

25. Brass is an alloy of

(a) Copper and Tin

(b) Copper and Zinc

(c) Copper and Nickel

(d) None of these

26. A transformer is used to

(a) Increase DC voltage

(b) Increase or decrease AC voltage

(c) Decrease DC voltage

(d) None of these

27. Which of the following gases is used for purification of water?

(a) Oxygen

(b) Ammonia

(c) Chlorine

(d) Neon

28. Pure gold is

(a) 17 carats

(b) 20 carats

(c) 24 carats

(d) 36 carats

29. Which of the following is a gas?

(a) Thorium

(b) Plutonium

(c) Mercury

(d) Chlorine

30. Which one of the following mixture of gases is required in gas welding?

(a) Oxygen and ethylene

(b) Oxygen and hydrogen

(c) Acetylene and oxygen

(d) All of above

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