Everyday Science

Water freezes at 32F

A) True

B) False

The boiling point of Water.

A) 120O C

B) 100O  C

C) 90 OC


D) 101O C

Energy that is deflected back to the space by cloud and dust:

A) 36%

B) 35%

C) 42%

D) 41%

Energy absorbed by the clouds and dust:

A)  23%

B)  18%

C) 10%


D) 25%

Energy that reaches earth from sun is only 47%

A) True

B) False

The emission of absorbed rays by earth into space:

A) Emission

B) Radiation

C) Release


D) None of the above

Places of the map, that have same temperature and are joined by lines:

A) Hemisphere

B) Equator

C) Isotherms

D) Temperate Zones

Isotherms are usually drawn:

A) North to South

B) East to West

C) Both A and B


D) None of the above

The area between 23 ½ north and 23 ½ South is called:

A) Isotherms

B) Torrid Zone

C)  Northern Temperate


D) Northern Frigid Zone

Area between 23 ½ and 66 ½ North is called:

A) Isotherms

B) Torrid Zone

C) Northern Temperate

D) Northern Frigid Zone

The up area from 66 ½ Degree North.

A) Isotherms

B) Torrid Zone

C)  Northern Temperate


D) Northern Frigid Zone

The Air pressure exerted on Earth is called:

A) Atmospheric Pressure

B) Gravitational Pressure


C) Air Pressure

F) None of the above

The instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure is called:

A) Ammeter

B) Barometer

C) Galvanometer


D) Oscilloscope

The lines used to show:

A) Latitude

B) Longitude

C) Isobar

D) None of the above

When the temperature is ________ then atmospheric pressure is low.

A) High

B) Low


C) Medium

D) None of the above

The Horizontal movement of Air is called:

A) Breeze

B) Tornado

C) Wind

D) Hurricane

The instrument used to measure the wind:

A) Barometer

B) Wind Vane

C) Oscilloscope


D) None of the above

A device used to measure the speed of Wind:

A) Barometer

B) Wind Vane

C) Oscilloscope


D) Anemometer

There are _______ types of wind.

A) One

B) Two

C) Three

D) Four

Wind blowing throughout the year:

A) Permanent Wind

B) Seasonal Wind


C) Local Wind

D) All of the above