Science Class 10th Model Test Paper: Multiple Choice Questions

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When lead nitrate and potassium iodide are mixed, what yellow precipitate is formed?

Lead iodide

What is the process responsible for the strong smell from mint after some days?

Oxidation

What is the pH of a neutral solution?

7

What is the ability of metals to be drawn into thin wires known as?

Ductility

In which of the following is tartaric acid found?

Vinegar

During the electrolytic refining of copper, what is the cathode made of?

Pure copper

Which of the following is an involuntary action?

Chewing

Which disease is caused due to sexual contact?

Cholera

What is the human called that has XY chromosomes?

Female

Which material cannot be used to make a lens?

Clay

What is the mode of reproduction in Spirogyra?

Regeneration

What color would the sky appear when seen from the moon?

Black

What instrument is used to protect electric circuits from short-circuiting and overloading?

Which metal is used in making the filament of an electric bulb?

Copper

Which of the following is non-biodegradable?

Glass

What is the molecular formula of ozone?

O5

Match the following with their correct terms:

Reduction of mint smell = Oxidation Yellow precipitate from lead nitrate and potassium iodide = Lead iodide pH of a neutral solution = 7 Ability of metals to be drawn into thin wires = Ductility

Match the following with their correct terms:

Tartaric acid found in = Vinegar ATP full form = Adenosine Tri-Phosphate Release of water from guard cells = Guard cell get open Mode of excretion in plants = Transpiration

Match the following with their correct terms:

Part of the brain that can be divided into two hemispheres = Fore brain Electrolytic refining of copper cathode material = Pure copper Mint smell due to = Oxidation ATP molecular formula = Adenosine Tri-Phosphate

Match the following diseases with their mode of transmission:

AIDS = Sexual contact Cholera = Contaminated food or water Elephant’s Foot = Radiation exposure Tuberculosis = Airborne droplets

Match the following materials with their primary usage in optics:

Water = Focusing lenses Glass = Making lenses and prisms Plastic = Manufacturing eyeglasses Clay = Optical instruments

Match the following human body parts with their respective functions:

Ammeter = Measuring electric current Unit of Resistance = Measuring electrical resistance Near Sightedness = Correcting vision Mirror Formula = Calculating image distance

Match the following scientific phenomena with their correct explanations:

Drinking Alcohol = Ethanol Concave Lens = Diverging light 1/V+1/U=1/F = Mirror formula Electric Current = Flow of electric charge

Why should a magnesium ribbon be rubbed before burning in the air

Study Notes

Chemical Reactions

  • When lead nitrate and potassium iodide are mixed, a yellow precipitate of lead iodide is formed.

Biology

  • The strong smell from mint after some days is due to the process of fermentation.

Acids and Bases

  • The pH of a neutral solution is 7.

Metals

  • The ability of metals to be drawn into thin wires is known as ductility.

Food Chemistry

  • Tartaric acid is found in grapes.

Electrolysis

  • During the electrolytic refining of copper, the cathode is made of pure copper.

Human Physiology

  • An involuntary action is a reflex action.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are caused by sexual contact.

Human Genetics

  • A human with XY chromosomes is a male.

Optics

  • Wood cannot be used to make a lens.

Botany

  • The mode of reproduction in Spirogyra is fragmentation.

Astronomy

  • The sky would appear black when seen from the moon.

Electrical Circuits

  • A fuse is an instrument used to protect electric circuits from short-circuiting and overloading.

Electric Bulbs

  • Tungsten is used in making the filament of an electric bulb.

Environmental Science

  • Plastic is a non-biodegradable material.

Chemistry

  • The molecular formula of ozone is O₃.

Matching Terms

  • Various matches:
    • Lead iodide: yellow precipitate
    • Fermentation: strong smell from mint
    • pH 7: neutral solution
    • Ductility: ability to be drawn into thin wires
    • Grapes: tartaric acid
    • Pure copper: cathode in electrolytic refining
    • Reflex action: involuntary action
    • Sexual contact: STDs
    • XY chromosomes: male human
    • Wood: cannot be used to make a lens
    • Fragmentation: mode of reproduction in Spirogyra
    • Black: sky color from the moon
    • Fuse: protects electric circuits
    • Tungsten: filament material in electric bulb
    • Plastic: non-biodegradable
    • O₃: molecular formula of ozone

Test your knowledge with this model test paper for Science Class 10th. Answer multiple choice questions covering topics such as chemical reactions, pH, and more.

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