Everyday Science

Which of the following is not the natural sphere of Earth:

A) Atmosphere

B) Thermosphere

C) Hydrosphere

D) Biosphere

Layer of Air surrounding the earth is called as:

A) Atmosphere

B) Lithosphere

C) Hydrosphere

D) Biosphere

Nitrogen in the atmosphere is :

A) 20%

B) 44%

C) 71%

D) 78%

The Oxygen in the atmosphere is:

A) 10%

B) 21%

C) 70%


D) None of the above

The upper most layer of earth where we live is called:

A) Atmosphere

B) Lithosphere

C) Hydrosphere


D) Biosphere

The Average depth of Lithosphere is:

A) 20 km

B) 35 km

C) 42 km


D) 50 km

_______ % of the earth comprises of water.

A) 20

B) 25

C) 60

D) 71

Oceans, lakes and rivers are examples of:

A) Atmosphere

B) Hydrosphere

C) Lithosphere


D) None Of The Above

_______ is concerned with plants, animals and humans.

A) Hydrosphere

B) Lithosphere

C) Biosphere

D) Atmosphere


Biosphere is dependent on which of the following:

A) Atmosphere

B) Lithosphere

C) Hydrosphere

D) All of the above

The Average weather condition of a place for a long period of time is:

A) Climate

B) Humidity


C) Precipitation

D) None of the above

The ______ % of the population lives in plains.

A) 20

B) 40

C) 60

D) 90

The area of _______ should be at least 25-30 % of a country.

A) Forest

B) Plains


C) Deserts

D) Mountains

Pakistan has _______ % forests.

A) 2

B) 5

C) 10

D) 15

The world most dense forest is found near the:

A) Equators

B)  North Pole


C)  Tundra

D) None of the above

The world most dense forest is called:

A) The Golden Bridge

B) Tropics

C) Amazon

D) Roof Garden

The Process of changing of water in vapors.

A) Evaporation

B) Precipitation


C) Condensation

D) Sublimation

Any mass of natural deposits which forms solid part of the Earth Crust is called:

A) Rocks

B) Cement


C) Mountains

D) None Of The Above

There are _______ types of rocks.

A) One

B) Two

C) Three

D) None Of The Above

The rocks produced by the cooling of molten matter is called:

A)  Igneous Rocks

B) Sedimentary Rocks

C) Metamorphic Rocks

D) None of the above