Important Everyday Science MCQs Set-I

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Q. Latest theory of evolution of the universe is:

A. Big Bang Theory
B. Steady-State Theory
C. Pulsating Universe Theory

Q. The total number of planets in our solar system is:

A. 8
B. 10
C. 32

Q. The nearest planet to the Sun is:

A. Mercury
B. Venus
C. Earth

Q. The farthest planet from the Sun is:

A. Neptune
B. Saturn
C. Uranus

Q. Which planet has rings around it?

A. Earth
B. Saturn

C. Jupiter

Detail of this MCQ according to Wikipedia:

ring system around a planet is also known as a planetary ring system. The most prominent and most famous planetary rings in the Solar System are those around Saturn, but the other three giant planets (JupiterUranus, and Neptune) also have ring systems.

Q. The Largest planet of the solar system is:

A. Earth
B. Saturn
C. Jupiter

Q. Spring tides are caused when:

A. Sun and Moon are in line concerning the Earth
B. Sun and Moon are at right angles
C. Sun and Moon are on the opposite sides of the Earth

Q. The outermost halo of the Sun is called:

A. Photosphere
B. Corona

C. Chromosphere

Q. The Sunlight takes _______ to reach the Earth:

A. 8.3 Minutes
B. 9 Minutes
C. Less than 5 minutes

Q. 70% of the Sun’s mass consist of:

A. Helium
B. Hydrogen

C. Other elements

Q. Skylab was launched into space by the US in:

A. 1974
B. 1975
C. 1973

Q. The speed of sound is:

A. 760 miles per hour (1,223.1 kilometers per hour)
B. 680 miles per hour (1,094.35 kilometers per hour)
C. 920 miles per hour (1,480.6 kilometers per hour)

Q. The first country to launch any vehicle in Space was:

B. Soviet Union

C. Canada

Detail of this MCQ according to Wikipedia:

On 4 October 1957 the Soviet Union launched the world’s first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1. Since then, about 8,900 satellites from more than 40 countries have been launched. According to a 2018 estimate, some 5,000 remain in orbit.

Q. The name of the man who walked first on the Moon was:

A. Yuri Gagarin
B. Neil Armstrong

C. Edward White

Q. Rust is a disease that affects wheat. It is caused by:

A. Bacteria
B. Fungi

C. Virus
D. None of the above

Q. The other name of Vitamin C is:

A. Formic Acid
B. Acetic Acid
C. Ascorbic Acid
D. Riboflavin

Q. Who is credited with the discovery of neutron?

A. Chadwick
B. Bohr
C. Newton
D. Rutherford

Q. Benzene hexachloride (BHC) is used by farmers for:

A. Removing salinity of the soul
B. Killing harmful insects

C. Making up the mineral deficiency
D. Making the soil rich in nitrogen

Q. Who is credited with the discovery of penicillin?

A. Edward Jenner
B. Louis Pasteur
C. Alexander Fleming
D. William Harvey

Everyday Science MCQs

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