## Question 101: The powerhouse of the cell is called?

• a) Nucleus

• b) Mitochondria

• c) Ribosome

• d) Endoplasmic Reticulum

Answer: b) Mitochondria

**Explanation:** Mitochondria are known as the powerhouse of the cell because they produce energy in the form of ATP.

## Question 102: The chemical formula of water is?

• a) H2O

• b) CO2

• c) O2

• d) H2SO4

Answer: a) H2O

**Explanation:** The chemical formula of water is H2O, which means it consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.

## Question 103: Which organ is responsible for pumping blood in the human body?

• a) Lungs

• b) Heart

• c) Liver

• d) Kidney

Answer: b) Heart

**Explanation:** The heart is responsible for pumping blood throughout the body, supplying oxygen and nutrients.

## Question 104: The basic unit of life is?

• a) Atom

• b) Molecule

• c) Cell

• d) Tissue

Answer: c) Cell

**Explanation:** The cell is considered the basic unit of life, as it is the smallest unit that can carry out all life processes.

## Question 105: What is the process by which plants make their food called?

• a) Respiration

• b) Photosynthesis

• c) Digestion

• d) Transpiration

Answer: b) Photosynthesis

**Explanation:** Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use sunlight to synthesize food from carbon dioxide and water.

## Question 106: The largest planet in our solar system is?

• a) Earth

• b) Mars

• c) Jupiter

• d) Saturn

Answer: c) Jupiter

**Explanation:** Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system, known for its Great Red Spot and numerous moons.

## Question 107: Which vitamin is produced when a person is exposed to sunlight?

• a) Vitamin A

• b) Vitamin B12

• c) Vitamin C

• d) Vitamin D

Answer: d) Vitamin D

**Explanation:** Vitamin D is produced in the skin in response to sunlight and is essential for calcium absorption.

## Question 108: The process of conversion of solid directly to gas is called?

• a) Sublimation

• b) Evaporation

• c) Condensation

• d) Freezing

Answer: a) Sublimation

**Explanation:** Sublimation is the process where a solid turns directly into a gas without becoming a liquid first.

## Question 109: Which gas do plants absorb from the atmosphere during photosynthesis?

• a) Oxygen

• b) Carbon Dioxide

• c) Nitrogen

• d) Hydrogen

Answer: b) Carbon Dioxide

**Explanation:** Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere during photosynthesis to produce glucose.

## Question 110: The speed of light is approximately?

• a) 300,000 km/s

• b) 150,000 km/s

• c) 500,000 km/s

• d) 1,000,000 km/s

Answer: a) 300,000 km/s

**Explanation:** The speed of light in a vacuum is approximately 300,000 kilometers per second.

## Question 111: Which part of the human body is responsible for maintaining balance?

• a) Eyes

• b) Ears

• c) Nose

• d) Brain

Answer: b) Ears

**Explanation:** The inner ear contains structures that help maintain balance in the body.

## Question 112: What is the main function of red blood cells?

• a) To fight infection

• b) To carry oxygen

• c) To clot blood

• d) To produce hormones

Answer: b) To carry oxygen

**Explanation:** The main function of red blood cells is to transport oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body.

## Question 113: The force that keeps planets in orbit around the sun is called?

• a) Magnetism

• b) Friction

• c) Gravity

• d) Inertia

Answer: c) Gravity

**Explanation:** Gravity is the force that attracts two bodies towards each other, keeping planets in orbit around the sun.

## Question 114: Which is the smallest bone in the human body?

• a) Femur

• b) Stapes

• c) Tibia

• d) Humerus

Answer: b) Stapes

**Explanation:** The stapes, located in the middle ear, is the smallest bone in the human body.

## Question 115: The study of plants is called?

• a) Zoology

• b) Botany

• c) Ecology

• d) Physiology

Answer: b) Botany

**Explanation:** Botany is the branch of biology that deals with the study of plants.

## Question 116: What is the chemical symbol for gold?

• a) Ag

• b) Au

• c) Pb

• d) Fe

Answer: b) Au

**Explanation:** The chemical symbol for gold is Au, derived from the Latin word “aurum.”

## Question 117: Which type of energy is stored in food?

• a) Kinetic Energy

• b) Potential Energy

• c) Mechanical Energy

• d) Chemical Energy

Answer: d) Chemical Energy

**Explanation:** Chemical energy is the energy stored in the bonds of chemical compounds, which is released during a chemical reaction.

## Question 118: The main gas found in the air we breathe is?

• a) Oxygen

• b) Nitrogen

• c) Carbon Dioxide

• d) Hydrogen

Answer: b) Nitrogen

**Explanation:** Nitrogen makes up about 78% of the Earth’s atmosphere, making it the most abundant gas.

## Question 119: The primary organ of the immune system is?

• a) Heart

• b) Lungs

• c) Spleen

• d) Brain

Answer: c) Spleen

**Explanation:** The spleen is an important organ in the immune system, helping to filter blood and produce white blood cells.

## Question 120: What is the pH level of pure water?

• a) 7

• b) 0

• c) 14

• d) 4

Answer: a) 7

**Explanation:** The pH level of pure water is 7, which is considered neutral.

## Question 121: What is the value of 7^{2 }?

• a) 14

• b) 49

• c) 21

• d) 64

Answer: b) 49

**Explanation:** \(7^2\) means \(7 \times 7\), which equals 49.

## Question 122: What is the value of the expression 8+(6×2)8 + (6 \times 2)8+(6×2)?

• a) 20

• b) 16

• c) 14

• d) 12

Answer: c) 20

**Explanation:** Following the order of operations: \(6 \times 2 = 12\), then \(8 + 12 = 20\).

## Question 123: What is the value of 15%15\% 15% of 200?

• a) 20

• b) 30

• c) 40

• d) 50

Answer: b) 30

**Explanation:** \(15\% \) of 200 is calculated as \((15/100) \times 200 = 30\).

## Question 124: If a triangle has sides of length 3, 4, and 5, what type of triangle is it?

• a) Equilateral

• b) Isosceles

• c) Scalene

• d) Right-angled

Answer: d) Right-angled

**Explanation:** This triangle follows the Pythagorean theorem, making it a right-angled triangle.

## Question 125: What is the sum of the interior angles of a triangle?

• a) 90 degrees

• b) 180 degrees

• c) 270 degrees

• d) 360 degrees

Answer: b) 180 degrees

**Explanation:** The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is always 180 degrees.

## Question 126: What is the least common multiple (LCM) of 4 and 5?

• a) 10

• b) 20

• c) 15

• d) 5

Answer: b) 20

**Explanation:** The LCM of 4 and 5 is 20, which is the smallest multiple common to both numbers.

## Question 127: What is 12÷3+512 \div 3 + 512÷3+5?

• a) 7

• b) 9

• c) 10

• d) 8

Answer: b) 9

**Explanation:** \(12 \div 3 = 4\), then \(4 + 5 = 9\).

## Question 128: If the radius of a circle is 7 cm, what is its circumference? (Use π≈3.14\pi \approx 3.14π≈3.14)

• a) 21.98 cm

• b) 43.96 cm

• c) 31.4 cm

• d) 49 cm

Answer: b) 43.96 cm

**Explanation:** Circumference = \(2 \times \pi \times radius = 2 \times 3.14 \times 7 = 43.96\) cm.

## Question 129: What is the value of xxx in the equation 2x+3=112x + 3 = 112x+3=11?

• a) 2

• b) 3

• c) 4

• d) 5

Answer: c) 4

**Explanation:** Solving for \(x\): \(2x = 11 – 3\), so \(2x = 8\) and \(x = 4\).

## Question 130: What is the area of a rectangle with length 10 cm and width 5 cm?

• a) 15 cm²

• b) 30 cm²

• c) 50 cm²

• d) 70 cm²

Answer: c) 50 cm²

**Explanation:** Area = length × width = \(10 \times 5 = 50\) cm².

## Question 131: What is 25+75−5025 + 75 – 5025+75−50?

• a) 50

• b) 75

• c) 100

• d) 25

Answer: b) 50

**Explanation:** \(25 + 75 = 100\), then \(100 – 50 = 50\).

## Question 132: What is the square root of 64?

• a) 6

• b) 7

• c) 8

• d) 9

Answer: c) 8

**Explanation:** The square root of 64 is 8.

## Question 133: If a car travels 60 km in 1 hour, what is its speed?

• a) 60 km/h

• b) 50 km/h

• c) 70 km/h

• d) 80 km/h

Answer: a) 60 km/h

**Explanation:** Speed is calculated as distance divided by time: \(60 \text{ km} / 1 \text{ h} = 60 \text{ km/h}\).

## Question 134: What is the formula for calculating the area of a triangle?

• a) 12×base×height\frac{1}{2} \times base \times height21×base×height

• b) base×heightbase \times heightbase×height

• c) 12×perimeter\frac{1}{2} \times perimeter21×perimeter

• d) base2base^2base2

Answer: a) \( \frac{1}{2} \times base \times height \)

**Explanation:** The area of a triangle is calculated using the formula \( \frac{1}{2} \times base \times height \).

## Question 135: What is 20−5×220 – 5 \times 220−5×2?

• a) 10

• b) 15

• c) 5

• d) 0

Answer: b) 10

**Explanation:** Following the order of operations: \(5 \times 2 = 10\), then \(20 – 10 = 10\).

## Question 136: What is the value of xxx in the equation 3x−6=93x – 6 = 93x−6=9?

• a) 2

• b) 3

• c) 5

• d) 7

Answer: b) 5

**Explanation:** Solving for \(x\): \(3x = 9 + 6\), so \(3x = 15\) and \(x = 5\).

## Question 137: If a shop sells a shirt for ₹500 with a profit of 20%, what was the cost price?

• a) ₹400

• b) ₹450

• c) ₹350

• d) ₹300

Answer: a) ₹400

**Explanation:** Selling Price = Cost Price + Profit. Here, Profit = 20% of Cost Price. Let Cost Price = ₹x, then \(500 = x + 0.2x\), so \(500 = 1.2x\) and \(x = 400\).

## Question 138: What is the GCD of 36 and 48?

• a) 12

• b) 6

• c) 18

• d) 24

Answer: a) 12

**Explanation:** The GCD of 36 and 48 is 12, which is the largest number that divides both without leaving a remainder.

## Question 139: How many degrees are in a complete circle?

• a) 180

• b) 360

• c) 90

• d) 270

Answer: b) 360

**Explanation:** A complete circle contains 360 degrees.

## Question 140: What is the cube of 3?

• a) 6

• b) 9

• c) 27

• d) 12

Answer: c) 27

**Explanation:** The cube of 3 is \(3^3 = 27\).

## Question 141: If the sum of two numbers is 30 and one of the numbers is 10, what is the other number?

• a) 20

• b) 25

• c) 15

• d) 10

Answer: a) 20

**Explanation:** If one number is 10, the other number is \(30 – 10 = 20\).

## Question 142: What is the perimeter of a square with side length 4 cm?

• a) 12 cm

• b) 16 cm

• c) 20 cm

• d) 24 cm

Answer: b) 16 cm

**Explanation:** The perimeter of a square is calculated as \(4 \times \text{side length} = 4 \times 4 = 16\) cm.

## Question 143: What is 50−10+550 – 10 + 550−10+5?

• a) 45

• b) 40

• c) 50

• d) 55

Answer: a) 45

**Explanation:** \(50 – 10 = 40\), then \(40 + 5 = 45\).

## Question 144: What is the value of 92+429^2 + 4^292+42?

• a) 65

• b) 85

• c) 100

• d) 110

Answer: c) 97

**Explanation:** \(9^2 = 81\) and \(4^2 = 16\), so \(81 + 16 = 97\).

## Question 145: If the sum of the angles in a triangle is 180 degrees, what is the measure of each angle in an equilateral triangle?

• a) 60 degrees

• b) 45 degrees

• c) 90 degrees

• d) 30 degrees

Answer: a) 60 degrees

**Explanation:** In an equilateral triangle, each angle measures \( \frac{180}{3} = 60\) degrees.

## Question 146: What is xxx in the equation 5x=255x = 255x=25?

• a) 3

• b) 4

• c) 5

• d) 6

Answer: b) 5

**Explanation:** Dividing both sides by 5, \(x = 25 / 5 = 5\).

## Question 147: What is the value of 8+6×2−38 + 6 \times 2 – 38+6×2−3?

• a) 17

• b) 15

• c) 14

• d) 12

Answer: b) 17

**Explanation:** Following the order of operations: \(6 \times 2 = 12\), then \(8 + 12 – 3 = 17\).

## Question 148: What is the factorial of 5 (5!)?

• a) 60

• b) 120

• c) 24

• d) 30

Answer: b) 120

**Explanation:** \(5! = 5 \times 4 \times 3 \times 2 \times 1 = 120\).

## Question 149: What is 100÷4+7100 \div 4 + 7100÷4+7?

• a) 27

• b) 25

• c) 20

• d) 30

Answer: a) 32

**Explanation:** \(100 \div 4 = 25\), then \(25 + 7 = 32\).

## Question 150: If the circumference of a circle is 31.4 cm, what is its radius? (Use π≈3.14\pi \approx 3.14π≈3.14)

• a) 4 cm

• b) 5 cm

• c) 6 cm

• d) 7 cm

Answer: b) 5 cm

**Explanation:** Circumference = \(2 \times \pi \times radius\), so \(radius = \frac{31.4}{2 \times 3.14} = 5\) cm.

## Question 151: What is the decimal equivalent of the fraction 34\frac{3}{4}43?

• a) 0.75

• b) 0.5

• c) 0.25

• d) 1.5

Answer: a) 0.75

**Explanation:** \( \frac{3}{4} = 0.75\).

## Question 152: If x=10x = 10x=10, what is the value of 2x+32x + 32x+3?

• a) 25

• b) 23

• c) 20

• d) 15

Answer: b) 23

**Explanation:** Substituting \(x = 10\), we get \(2(10) + 3 = 20 + 3 = 23\).

## Question 153: What is the perimeter of a rectangle with length 8 cm and width 3 cm?

• a) 20 cm

• b) 22 cm

• c) 24 cm

• d) 30 cm

Answer: b) 22 cm

**Explanation:** Perimeter = \(2 \times (length + width) = 2 \times (8 + 3) = 22\) cm.

## Question 154: What is the value of 45+30−1545 + 30 – 1545+30−15?

• a) 60

• b) 70

• c) 50

• d) 80

Answer: c) 60

**Explanation:** \(45 + 30 = 75\), then \(75 – 15 = 60\).

## Question 155: What is the cube root of 27?

• a) 2

• b) 3

• c) 4

• d) 5

Answer: b) 3

**Explanation:** The cube root of 27 is 3, since \(3^3 = 27\).

## Question 156: If a person has ₹100 and spends ₹25 on food, how much money is left?

• a) ₹75

• b) ₹50

• c) ₹25

• d) ₹100

Answer: a) ₹75

**Explanation:** Remaining money = ₹100 – ₹25 = ₹75.

## Question 157: What is the value of 62−426^2 – 4^262−42?

• a) 20

• b) 10

• c) 24

• d) 36

Answer: a) 20

**Explanation:** Using the difference of squares: \(6^2 – 4^2 = (6 + 4)(6 – 4) = 10 \times 2 = 20\).

## Question 158: What is the value of 10+5×310 + 5 \times 310+5×3?

• a) 25

• b) 15

• c) 20

• d) 30

Answer: c) 25

**Explanation:** Following the order of operations: \(5 \times 3 = 15\), then \(10 + 15 = 25\).

## Question 159: What is the area of a triangle with base 10 cm and height 5 cm?

• a) 20 cm²

• b) 25 cm²

• c) 30 cm²

• d) 50 cm²

Answer: b) 25 cm²

**Explanation:** Area = \( \frac{1}{2} \times base \times height = \frac{1}{2} \times 10 \times 5 = 25\) cm².

## Question 160: What is the value of xxx in the equation 4x−8=04x – 8 = 04x−8=0?

• a) 2

• b) 4

• c) 1

• d) 3

Answer: a) 2

**Explanation:** Solving for \(x\): \(4x = 8\), so \(x = \frac{8}{4} = 2\).

## Question 161: Which number will come next in the series: 2, 4, 8, 16, …?

• a) 24

• b) 32

• c) 30

• d) 28

Answer: b) 32

**Explanation:** Each number is multiplied by 2 to get the next number.

## Question 162: If ‘A’ is coded as 1, ‘B’ as 2, …, ‘Z’ as 26, what is the code for the word ‘CAT’?

• a) 24

• b) 31

• c) 30

• d) 29

Answer: c) 30

**Explanation:** C = 3, A = 1, T = 20, so 3 + 1 + 20 = 24.

## Question 163: Which one of the following is the odd one out?

• a) Circle

• b) Square

• c) Triangle

• d) Rectangle

Answer: a) Circle

**Explanation:** All others are polygons, but a circle is not.

## Question 164: If the day before yesterday was Saturday, what day will it be tomorrow?

• a) Sunday

• b) Monday

• c) Tuesday

• d) Wednesday

Answer: b) Monday

**Explanation:** If today is Sunday, tomorrow will be Monday.

## Question 165: Find the missing number in the series: 5, 10, 20, ?, 80.

• a) 30

• b) 40

• c) 50

• d) 60

Answer: b) 40

**Explanation:** Each number is multiplied by 2 to get the next number.

## Question 166: Which word does not belong with the others?

• a) Apple

• b) Banana

• c) Carrot

• d) Grape

Answer: c) Carrot

**Explanation:** Carrot is a vegetable, while the others are fruits.

## Question 167: How many times can you subtract 10 from 100?

• a) Once

• b) Twice

• c) Ten

• d) Infinite

Answer: a) Once

**Explanation:** After subtracting 10 once, you will no longer have 100.

## Question 168: If a clock shows 3:15, what is the angle between the hour and minute hands?

• a) 45 degrees

• b) 90 degrees

• c) 112.5 degrees

• d) 135 degrees

Answer: c) 112.5 degrees

**Explanation:** The minute hand is at 90 degrees and the hour hand is at 97.5 degrees. The angle is 112.5 degrees.

## Question 169: In a certain code language, if “CAT” is written as “3120”, how will “DOG” be written?

• a) 715

• b) 7150

• c) 705

• d) 307

Answer: b) 7150

**Explanation:** D = 4, O = 15, G = 7; combining gives 7150.

## Question 170: If A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, …, what is the value of Z + Y + X?

• a) 66

• b) 63

• c) 60

• d) 72

Answer: b) 63

**Explanation:** Z = 26, Y = 25, X = 24; so 26 + 25 + 24 = 75.

## Question 171: What comes next in the series: 3, 6, 11, 18, …?

• a) 27

• b) 30

• c) 24

• d) 25

Answer: b) 27

**Explanation:** The difference between the numbers increases by 1 (3, 5, 7, 9).

## Question 172: Which one of the following figures is the odd one out?

• a) Triangle

• b) Square

• c) Circle

• d) Rectangle

Answer: c) Circle

**Explanation:** All others are polygons, but a circle is not.

## Question 173: Find the next number in the series: 1, 4, 9, 16, …?

• a) 20

• b) 24

• c) 25

• d) 30

Answer: c) 25

**Explanation:** The numbers are perfect squares (1², 2², 3², 4²).

## Question 174: How many sides does a hexagon have?

• a) 5

• b) 6

• c) 7

• d) 8

Answer: b) 6

**Explanation:** A hexagon has 6 sides.

## Question 175: In a certain code language, “MANGO” is coded as “NBOHP”. How is “APPLE” coded in that language?

• a) BQQMF

• b) BQQME

• c) BQQMG

• d) BQQMH

Answer: a) BQQMF

**Explanation:** Each letter is shifted one position forward in the alphabet.

## Question 176: Which of the following is a synonym of ‘HAPPY’?

• a) Sad

• b) Joyful

• c) Angry

• d) Tired

Answer: b) Joyful

**Explanation:** Joyful is a synonym for happy.

## Question 177: If A is taller than B and C is shorter than A, who is the shortest?

• a) A

• b) B

• c) C

• d) Cannot be determined

Answer: c) C

**Explanation:** Since A is taller than B and C is shorter than A, C is the shortest.

## Question 178: Which of the following numbers is the smallest?

• a) 0.5

• b) 0.05

• c) 0.005

• d) 0.5

Answer: c) 0.005

**Explanation:** 0.005 is the smallest of the given options.

## Question 179: If the sequence is 2, 5, 10, 17, …, find the next number.

• a) 26

• b) 30

• c) 20

• d) 24

Answer: a) 26

**Explanation:** The differences between the numbers are 3, 5, 7, 9, which means the next difference is 11.

## Question 180: How many degrees are there in a triangle?

• a) 180

• b) 360

• c) 90

• d) 270

Answer: a) 180

**Explanation:** The sum of the angles in a triangle is always 180 degrees.

## Question 181: Which of the following is an anagram of ‘LISTEN’?

• a) SILENT

• b) TENSIL

• c) SLEET

• d) LINTES

Answer: a) SILENT

**Explanation:** Both LISTEN and SILENT have the same letters rearranged.

## Question 182: If the first day of the month is a Sunday, what day will be the 15th of that month?

• a) Monday

• b) Tuesday

• c) Wednesday

• d) Thursday

Answer: a) Monday

**Explanation:** The 15th day will be a Monday.

## Question 183: What is the next number in the sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, …?

• a) 13

• b) 11

• c) 12

• d) 14

Answer: a) 13

**Explanation:** This is the Fibonacci sequence where each number is the sum of the two preceding ones.

## Question 184: Which letter will come next in the series: A, C, E, G, …?

• a) I

• b) H

• c) J

• d) K

Answer: a) I

**Explanation:** The series skips one letter between each.

## Question 185: Which number does not belong in this series: 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, 32?

• a) 4

• b) 8

• c) 24

• d) 32

Answer: c) 24

**Explanation:** All others are powers of 2.

## Question 186: If a train leaves the station at 6 PM and travels at a speed of 60 km/h, what time will it arrive at a station 180 km away?

• a) 8 PM

• b) 9 PM

• c) 10 PM

• d) 11 PM

Answer: b) 9 PM

**Explanation:** Time = Distance / Speed = 180 / 60 = 3 hours. Arrival time = 6 PM + 3 hours = 9 PM.

## Question 187: How many faces does a cube have?

• a) 4

• b) 6

• c) 8

• d) 12

Answer: b) 6

**Explanation:** A cube has 6 faces.

## Question 188: Which one of the following is not a prime number?

• a) 2

• b) 3

• c) 4

• d) 5

Answer: c) 4

**Explanation:** 4 is divisible by 2 and is not prime.

## Question 189: What is the middle number in the sequence: 5, 7, 9, 3, 1, 2?

• a) 5

• b) 7

• c) 9

• d) None of the above

Answer: d) None of the above

**Explanation:** None of the numbers appear in the middle when sorted.

## Question 190: In a family of six members A, B, C, D, E, and F, there are two males and four females. A is a teacher. D is the daughter of C. E is the sister of B. How is F related to A?

• a) Son

• b) Daughter

• c) Sister

• d) Brother

Answer: b) Daughter

**Explanation:** F is the daughter of A.

## Question 191: If today is Wednesday, what day will it be in 15 days?

• a) Monday

• b) Tuesday

• c) Sunday

• d) Wednesday

Answer: d) Wednesday

**Explanation:** 15 days later will also be Wednesday.

## Question 192: In a certain code language, if “123” means “CAT” and “456” means “DOG,” what does “123456” mean?

• a) CADO

• b) CATDOG

• c) CAT AND DOG

• d) None of the above

Answer: b) CATDOG

**Explanation:** The codes are concatenated.

## Question 193: If you rearrange the letters “CIFAIPC” you would have the name of a(n)?

• a) City

• b) Ocean

• c) Country

• d) Animal

Answer: c) Country

**Explanation:** The letters can be rearranged to form “PACIFIC.”

## Question 194: If the opposite of ‘UP’ is ‘DOWN’, what is the opposite of ‘LEFT’?

• a) Right

• b) Wrong

• c) Incorrect

• d) None of the above

Answer: a) Right

**Explanation:** The opposite of left is right.

## Question 195: Which is the smallest prime number?

• a) 1

• b) 2

• c) 3

• d) 4

Answer: b) 2

**Explanation:** 2 is the smallest prime number.

## Question 196: If you have three apples and you take away two, how many do you have?

• a) One

• b) Two

• c) Three

• d) None

Answer: b) Two

**Explanation:** You have the two apples you took away.

## Question 197: If ‘A’ is the father of ‘B’, and ‘B’ is the mother of ‘C’, then how is ‘C’ related to ‘A’?

• a) Grandson

• b) Granddaughter

• c) Son

• d) Daughter

Answer: a) Grandson

**Explanation:** C is the grandchild of A.

## Question 198: If a clock shows 12:15, what is the angle between the hour and minute hands?

• a) 37.5 degrees

• b) 45 degrees

• c) 90 degrees

• d) 112.5 degrees

Answer: d) 112.5 degrees

**Explanation:** Minute hand is at 90 degrees and hour hand at 97.5 degrees.

## Question 199: What is the value of 7 + 5 × 2 – 3?

• a) 16

• b) 14

• c) 10

• d) 12

Answer: c) 10

**Explanation:** Following BODMAS: 7 + 10 – 3 = 14.

## Question 200: In which year did World War II end?

• a) 1945

• b) 1944

• c) 1943

• d) 1946

Answer: a) 1945

**Explanation:** World War II ended in 1945.