GK Practice Question and Answer

Q: Which superhero shares a name with a town in Turkey? 2524 1

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    Batman
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    Spiderman
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    Ironman
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    None of the above
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Answer : 1. "Batman"
Explanation :

Answer: A) Batman Explanation: Superhero Batman shares a name with an oil production Batman, a town in Turkey.

Q: Which of the following is not a prime cost? 1769 0

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    Supervisor's wages
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    Assembly line wages
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    Machine operators wages
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    Direct labor wages
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Answer : 1. "Supervisor's wages"
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Answer: A) Supervisor's wages Explanation: The prime cost calculates the use of raw materials and direct labor, but does not factor in indirect expenses, such as advertising and administrative costs. Supervisor's wages doesn;t come under prime cost.

Q: The headquarters of the coffee board of India is 3712 0

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    Bangalore
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    Mysore
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    Chennai
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    Hyderabad
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Answer : 1. "Bangalore"
Explanation :

Answer: A) Bangalore Explanation: The Coffee Board of India is an organisation managed by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the government of India to promote coffee production in India. The headquarters of the coffee board of India is located in Bangalore, Karnataka.   The Coffee Board of India was established by an act of Parliament in 1942.

Q: Which of the following is true of kinetochores? 3438 0

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    They are the primary centrosome structures that maintain the attachment of the sister chromatids prior to mitosis.
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    They are the sites at which microtubules attach to chromosomes.
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    They are located at the center of the centrosome and organize tubulin into spindle fibers.
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    They cross at the cell's equator and move against each other, causing the cell to elongate.
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Answer : 2. "They are the sites at which microtubules attach to chromosomes."
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Answer: B) They are the sites at which microtubules attach to chromosomes. Explanation: They are the sites at which microtubules attach to chromosomes.

Q: Which of the following definitions describes a physical hazard? 2105 0

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    The most commonly thought of hazard in construction. This hazard includes radiation, extreme temperatures, noise, and vibration.
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    These hazards can lead to injuries to the joints or muscles by way of heavy, frequent lifting, repetitive tasks.
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    Can be present in dust, fumes, liquids, solids, mists, vapors, or gases of products used at a site or released during a construction job
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    Microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungus, mold, or viruses that can cause illness.
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Answer : 1. "The most commonly thought of hazard in construction. This hazard includes radiation, extreme temperatures, noise, and vibration."
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Answer: A) The most commonly thought of hazard in construction. This hazard includes radiation, extreme temperatures, noise, and vibration. Explanation: A physical hazard is defined as "A factor within the environment that can harm the body without necessarily touching it." Vibration and noise are examples of physical hazards.   Physical hazards include but aren't limited to electricity, radiation, pressure, noise, heights and vibration amongst many others.

Q: Separation of judiciary from executive is enjoined by 2348 1

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    Directive principle
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    Judicial decision
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    Seventh schedule
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    Preamble
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Answer : 1. "Directive principle"
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Answer: A) Directive principle Explanation:

Q: Which of the following is an air pollutant? 1325 0

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    Sulphur dioxide
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    Ozone
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    Water vapour
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    Nitric oxide
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Answer : 1. "Sulphur dioxide"
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Answer: A) Sulphur dioxide Explanation: Air pollutants are solid particles, gases, and liquid droplets in the air that can adversely affect ecosystems and the health of humans.   Major ambient air pollutants include toxic metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, benzene, particulate matter (PM), nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, and ozone. Power plants, factories, and vehicle and air traffic are the most important anthropogenic sources of air pollution.   In addition, natural sources such as wildfires and volcanic activity contribute to ambient air pollution.

Q: Which statement about general education policy is most accurate? 2565 0

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    It is set by multiple levels of the government.
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    It is determined by local school boards.
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    It is controlled only by the federal government.
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    It provides its funding at the state level.
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Answer : 1. "It is set by multiple levels of the government."
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Answer: A) It is set by multiple levels of the government. Explanation: General education policy is set by multiple levels of the government like Federal, state and local governments.

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