General Awareness Quiz - Set 33

1. Mouth and foot diseases in cattle are caused by
a) Bacteria
b) Virus
c) Fungi
d) Pennicilium

2. The age of a tree can be determined by
a) counting the number of annual rings
b) thickness of the bark
c) the bulk of the tree
d) the number of leaves

3. “Baker’s Dozen” denotes
a) 11
b) 13
c) 14
d) 10

4. 10th December, in modern international history, is known as the
a) Worker’s Day
b) UN Day
c) Human Rights Day
d) Commonwealth Day

5. Borlaugh Award is given in the field of
a) Education
b) Space Science
c) Literature
d) Agriculture

6. Red Light is used as a danger signal because
a) it is pleasing to the eye
b) it has a traditional colour
c) it is easily distinguishable
d) it is most sensitive to the human eye

7. 14-carat gold has purity of approximately
a) 30%
b) 59%
c) 75%
d) 14%

8. The first test tube baby was born in the
a) USA
b) France
c) UK
d) India

9. Mona Lisa was painted by
a) Pablo Picasso
b) Rembrandt
c) Michaelangelo
d) Leonardo da Vinci

10. The first space rocket to hit the moon was
a) Apollo II
b) Luna 9
c) Lunik 2
d) Zond 5

Answers:


1. b) Virus
2. a) counting the number of annual rings
3. b) 13
4. c) Human Rights Day
5. d) Agriculture
6. d) it is most sensitive to the human eye
7. b) 59%
8. c) the UK
9. d) Leonardo da Vinci
10. a) Apollo II


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