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MOST IMPORTANT GK QUESTIONS PART-4

 


GENERAL KNOWLEDGE SPECIAL QUESTION SERIES PART 4

Q1. Ashtangika Marga, is the path for the elimination of the human misery, propounded by ___.

Ans: Gautama

Q2. This is the fastest orbiting planet in the solar system.

Ans: Mercury

Q3. Japan's Parliament is known as

Ans: Diet

Q4. Which of the following is the last month of the Hindu calendar?

Ans: Phalguna

Q5. Indira Gandhi Cup is associated with

Ans: Hockey

Q6. Brass is an alloy of

Ans: Copper and Zinc

Q7. What is the number of the permanent members of the UN Security Council?

Ans: Five

Q8. Arthasastra was written by

Ans: Kautilya

Q9. Who authored the Declaration of Independence (U.S.A)?

Ans: George Washington

Q10. Who invented Penicillin?

Ans: Alexander Fleming

Q11. Per Capita Income is obtained by dividing National Income by

Ans: Total population of the country

Q12. Name the first Indian to get Nobel Prize in economics.

Ans: Amartya Sen

Q13. Name the respiratory organs of insects

Ans: Tracheae

Q14. One Astronomical unit is the average distance between

Ans: Earth and Sun

Q15. On the surface of the moon, the

Ans: Mass remains constant and only weight is lesser

Q16. Which of the following types of waves are used in night vision equipment?

Ans: Infrared

Q17. The relationship between °F and °C temperatures in terms of °C is?

Ans: °F = 9/5°C + 32

Q18. Butterfly has ____ numbers of legs.

Ans: Six

Q19. Which of the following countries is divided into largest number of time zones?

Ans: Russia

Q20. The giant Panda belongs to the same family as that of

Ans: Bear

Q21. How much one barrel is equal to?

Ans: 159 liters

Q22. Which of the following is a non-metal that exists as a liquid at room temperature?

Ans: Bromine

Q23. What is the Silicon Valley of United States of America famous for?

Ans: Electronics

Q24. Which one of the following does not contain silver?

Ans: German silver

Q25. The yellow color of human urine is due to

Ans: Pigment called urochrome

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