Science Class 5th

281. When we can see half of the moon:

A) Waning Moon

B) Quarter Moon

C) Gibbous Moon

D) Waxing Moon

282. When the moon seems to be getting small:

A) Waning Moon

B) Gibbous Moon


C) Waxing Moon

D) New Moon

283. When the moon appears to be getting bigger:

A) Waning Moon

B) Gibbous Moon

C) Waxing Moon

D) New Moon

284. When we can see roughly three quarters of the moon:

A) Waning Moon

B) Gibbous Moon

C) Waxing Moon

D) New Moon

285. The _____ is the largest natural source of light.

A) Moon

B) Star

C) Sun

D) Satellite


286. Such objects which emit light, are called______ objects.

A) Bright

B) Luminous

C) Transparent


D) Non Luminous

287. If you cannot see through an object, it is ______.

A) Luminous

B) Transparent

C) Translucent

D) Opaque

288. Light travels in _____ line.

A) Curved

B) Straight

C) Zigzag


D) None Of These

289. Light of the Sun is ____ by the moon

A) Reflected

B) Repulsed

C) Absorbed

D) Rejected

290. Cells contain:

A) Energy

B) Protons

C) Electric Charges

D) Neutrons

291. Rate of Flow of Current is called:

A) Charge

B) Convention Current

C) Electric Current

D) Static Charge

292. The Unit of electric current is:

A) Newton

B) Ampere

C) Watt


D) Volt

293. A path where electric current passes is called as:

A) Pathway

B) Electric Channel

C) Electric Circuit

D) None of  the above

294. Fuse serves purpose of:

A) increasing the electricity flow through the circuit

B) Improving the performance of the device

C) Preventing Excess current to ruin the device

D) Reducing the current usage

295. Fuse is always connected in _________ wire.

A) Live

B) Neutral


C) Ground

D) All of the above

296. ______ is the branch of Science that deals with Charges at rest.

A) Electronic Induction

B) Induction

C) Electromagnetism

D) Electrostatics

297. A charged body has field around it:

A) True

B) False


298. Similar Charges ________ each other

A) Attract

B) Repel

C) Both A and B


D) Nothing happens

299. ________ is used for finding the nature of charge of a body.

A) Oscilloscope

B) Microscope

C) Electroscope

D) Ammeter