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1. Why do we not see stars in the day light ?


2. Moon is a natural satellite of the earth. In how many weeks it completes one orbit around the earth ?


3. Which of the following statements is incorrect about ultra-sonics ?


4. Which is the largest planet ?


5. Why light, passing thrcugh a glass prism, produces a coloured pattern on the wall ?



6. Why is fire extinguished by soda bicarbonate ?


7. Why doe3 radio reception improve after sunset ?


8. Why lightni ng coinductors are fixed at the top of high buildings ?


9. Why are cloudy nights warmer ?


10. Green mainure is the name given to the


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