Science Class 5th

321. Which of the following has the highest nutrient content:

A) Sand

B) Clay

C) Slit

D) Mud

322. Particles are pieces of broken:

A) Glass

B) Wood

C) Rocks

D) Animal remainings

323. Which of the following are decomposers:

A) Fungi

B) Bacteria

C) Virus

D) A and B

324. ________ has the smallest particles.

A) Sand

B) Clay

C) Slit

D) Mud

325. There are ______ types of soils:

A) One

B) Two

C) Three

D) Four

326. Sun, Planets, Moons and Earth form:

A) Milky way

B) Solar System

C) Universe


D) Cluster

327. Our Solar System consists of _____ planets:

A) Three

B) Five

C) Six

D) Eight

328. Which of the following is present in the middle of the solar system:

A) Earth

B) Mercury

C) Mars

D) Sun

329. ______ is a dwarf planet:

A) Earth

B) Mars

C) Pluto

D) Venus

330. Pluto was called a dwarf planet in _____.

A) 1999

B) 2001

C) 2004

D) 2006

331. The Sun is a ______.

A) Planet

B) Comet

C) Moon

D) Star

332. Our sun is the smallest star:

A) True

B) False


 

333. A group of stars is called as

A) Milky Way

B) Constellation

C) Galaxy


D) Solar System

334. The light of sun reaches earth in:

A) 2 Mins

B) 8 Mins

C) 30 Mins


D) 2 hrs

335. Which of the following is used to study planets and stars:

A) Binoculars

B) Microscope

C) Telescope

D) Magnifying Glass

336. Moon completes the revolution of earth in:

A) One Day

B) One week

D) Two Weeks

D) Four Weeks

337. Which of the following planets don’t have any moon:

A) Mercury

B) Venus

C) Mar

D) Both A and B

338. Jupiter has _____ moons

A) 2

B) 12

C) 34

D) 62

339. The distance Uranus from Sun is ______ million km.

A) 43

B) 234

C) 4513

D) 2870

340. All of the planets revolve around:

A) moon

B) Sun

C) Satellite


D) Earth