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# IITian Innovation

## Regular Evaluation Test

Foundation Test for JEE Main (AIEEE)/JEE Advance (IIT)/Medical/CBSE

## Subject: Science Time: 60 mins.

Name:

Full Test-I
Roll No.: School:

Class- VIII
Maximum Marks: 100

Instructions
Attempt all questions. This paper has 25 questions each of carrying 4 marks. There is negative marking of 1 for each incorrect. Read question carefully before giving the answer. Only one answer is correct, fill up the appropriate bubble on OMR answer sheet. Calculators and log tables are not permitted.

## 1) Value of 36 km/hr in m/s is a) 100 m/s b) 10 m/s

c) 1000

d) none of these

2) A ball is thrown vertically upwards in air. If the air resistance cannot be neglected, then acceleration of the ball at the highest point is, a) equal to zero b) greater than g c) equal to g d) less than g 3) A ball of mass m1= 200 gm and another ball of mass m2=300 gm are dropped from equal height. If time taken by the balls are t1 and t2 respectively, then a) t1 = t2 b) t1 = t2/2 c) t1 = 4t2 d) t1 = t2/4 4) Evaporation is affected by a) Temperature b) surface area c) humidity d) all 5) What is the melting point of ice? a) 100 C b) 00 C c) 200 C d) 50 C 6) The property of metal to be drawn into wires is called a) sonorosity b) malleability c) ductility d) lustrous 7) The change of solid state directly to the gaseous state is called a) sublimation b) melting c) evaporation 8) Which of these is not mixture? a) Solution b) Alloy

d) condensation

c) Amalgam

## d) all are mixtures

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Date: -----/------/------www.iitianinnovation.org iitianinnovation.blogspot.in 9) The concentration of solutions is directly related to a) solubility (b) temperature (c) pressure 10) Which is not a compound? a) graphite b) silica (d) all of these

c) rust

d) sugar

11) A force of 40 N is applied on a nail, whose tip has an area of cross-section of 0.001 sq. cm. The pressure on the tip is a) 8 108 N/m2 b) 4 105 N/m2 c) 4 108 N/m2 d) 4000 N 12) Atomspheric pressure is nearly 100 KPa. How large force does the air in a room exert on one side ofa window of dimension 40 cm 80 cm? a) 60 KN (b) 32 KN c) 3.2 KN (d) 65 KN 13) A body of weight W 1 is suspended from the ceiling of a room through a chain weight W 2. The ceiling pulls the chain by a force a) W 1 (b) W 2 (c) (W 1 + W 2)/2 (d) W 1 + W 2 14) A car accelerates on a horizontal road due to the force exerted by a) the road b) the earth c) the engine of the car d) the driver of the car 15) The engine of a car produces an acceleration of 6 m/s2 in the car. If this car pulls a block of the same mass, then the acceleration would be a) 6 m/s2 b) 12 m/s2 c) 3 m/s2 d) 1.5 m/s2 16) Human ears can sense sound waves travelling in air having wavelength is a) 100 m b) 1 m c) 0.001 m d) 0.01 m Read the following statement and solve the questions 17, 18 and 19: A source is producing 1500 sound wave in 38 seconds, if the distance covered by a compression and on adjacent rarefaction be 68 cm then 17) The frequency of the wave is a) 600 Hz b) 100 Hz 18) The wavelength of the wave is a) 60 cm b) 68 cm 19) The velocity of the wave is (a) 340 m/s (b) 300 m/s

c) 500 Hz

d) 250 Hz

c) 65 cm

d) 76 cm

## 20) Iodine is a part of (a) Rennin

(b) Trypsin

(c) Pepsin

(d) Thyroxine

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Date: -----/------/------21) Vitamin containing cobalt is a) B6 b) B1 c) B12 d) A www.iitianinnovation.org iitianinnovation.blogspot.in

22) Yeast is used in the production of a) sugar b) alcohol c) hydrochloric acid d) oxygen

## 23) The following is an antibiotic a) Streptomycin b) sodium bicarbonate c) yeast d) alcohol

24) The most common carrier of communicable diseases is (a) ant (b) spider (c) dragon fly 25) Unburnt carbon particles causes a) Stomach infections b) Brain infections

(d) housefly

c) Respiratory problems

d) Throat problems

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