These 25 important questions of general science can be asked in the upcoming examination, definitely read

RRB Group D General Science (GS) Practice Set 08 : Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started the recruitment process for Group D posts. There is a provision to complete this examination in several phases, and the first phase examination will be conducted from August 17, 2022 to August 25, 2022. It is worth mentioning that now the candidate will have to give only one examination and on the basis of that the candidates will be selected and the vacant posts will be filled.

In such a situation, 25 important questions and answers of General Science related to Group D exam have been included in front of you through this article. Practice these questions before going to the exam and strengthen your preparation.

RRB Group D General Science (GS) Practice Set 08
RRB Group D General Science (GS) Practice Set 08

RRB Group D General Science (GS) Practice Set 08

Question. Which of the following elements in the fourth period has the smallest atomic radius?

  • chlorine
  • Iodine
  • fluorine
  • bromine

Answer 1

Question. The main reason for the emission of energy in stars is-

  • chemical reaction
  • fusion of heavy nuclei
  • fusion of light nuclei
  • fission of heavy nuclei

Answer: 3

Question. Which of the following film was awarded the National Film Award for Best Animated Film in 2016?

  • great warrior rama
  • Motu Patlu: King of Kings
  • Omnipotent Shrimant Sankardev
  • Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventures

Answer 1

Question. The open chain compounds of carbon are called

  • aliphatic compound
  • aromatic compound
  • inorganic compound
  • organic compounds

Answer 1

Question. A man of mass 80 kg is running with a force of 240 N. Its acceleration should be ……….

  • 3 m/s
  • 8m/s
  • 24m/s
  • 4m/s

Answer 1

Question. universal property of all substances

  • diamagnetism
  • ferromagnetism
  • paramagnetism
  • All of the above

Answer 1

Question. How many legs does a crab have?

Answer: 4

Question. The process in which AC converts into DC is called-

  • purification
  • magnification
  • rectification
  • stream magnification

Answer: 3

Question. A car whose mass is 3000 kg, traveling with a velocity of 108 km/h, collides with a house and comes to a halt in 0.8 sec. The value of the impulse on the car is-

  • 9 × 10⁴ N
  • 16 x 10⁶ N
  • 8 x 10⁴ N
  • 6 x 10⁸ N

Answer 1

Question. When semiconductors are heated, their resistance-

  • decreases
  • grows
  • remains unchanged
  • nothing is certain

Answer 1

Question. The bottom of the pond seems to be raised a bit, the reason for this is-

  • interference of light
  • reflection of light
  • Refraction of light
  • diffraction of light

Answer: 3

Question. During energy production, when there is a lack of oxygen in our muscle cells, the 6- carbon molecule is converted into a ……….. carbon molecule. ,

Answer: 2

Question. Who discovered the charge on the electron?

  • JJ thomson
  • nils bore
  • millikon
  • chadwick

Answer: 3

Question. According to de-Broglie’s hypothesis, electron is

  • Particle
  • wave
  • both 1 and 2
  • none of the above

Answer: 3

Question. Which language is often used by children to program a computer?

  • Peoples
  • pilot
  • Basic
  • Java

Answer 1

Question. An object is moving with an acceleration of 0.5m/s² from a position of rest. What will be its velocity after moving 250 m and what is the time taken?

  • 12.8m/s, 10.4 sec
  • 10.8 m/s, 13.8 sec
  • 22.4m/s, 16.2 sec
  • 15.8m/s, 31.6 sec

Answer: 4

Question. Which of the following statements is not true for gases

  • gases expand as they cool
  • Gases have neither definite shape nor volume
  • Gases diffuse rapidly.
  • The gases completely surround the vessel in which it is kept.

Answer 1

Question. If the distance between two charges is doubled, the force acting becomes

  • 1/2 times
  • 2 times
  • 1/4 times
  • 4 times

Answer: 4

Question. The second group of elements is called:

  • inert gas
  • halogen
  • alkaline metals
  • alkaline earth metals

Answer: 4

Question. A boy drops a piece of stone from a height of 49 m. After a second he drops another piece from the same height. Both pieces reach the ground simultaneously. With what velocity is the second piece dropped?

  • 12.88 m/s
  • 9.88 m/s
  • 14.4 m/s
  • 15.6 m/s

Answer: 2

Question. Mercury is the only metal that remains liquid at 0°C. The reason

  • its low ionization ability
  • Its very high ionization energy and loose metallic bond
  • its high vapor pressure
  • its high molecular radius

Answer: 2

Question. What is the “introductory web page” of an organization called?

  • Portal
  • whorl
  • home page
  • Website

Answer: 3

Question. CAN is a ,

  • phosphatic fertilizers
  • potash fertilizer
  • nitrogenous fertilizers
  • none of these

Answer: 3

Question. When elements are arranged in increasing order of atomic weights, the properties of the first element are similar to those of the eighth element, as in musical notes.

  • as in the modern periodic table
  • According to Mendeleev’s law
  • As the law of Dobereiner’s triad
  • As Newland’s octet rule

Answer: 4

Question. The primary product of photosynthesis is?

  • citric acid
  • glucose
  • starch
  • maltose

Answer: ?

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