Environmental Studies Worksheet-22
A. living and nonliving B. consumers
C. decomposers D. producers and consumers
A. Dung cakes B. Spray of kerosene
C. Paint D. Mud + straw
A. An eclipse when there is a solar tide.
B. An eclipse when there is a lunar tide.
C. An eclipse when Moon is between the Earth and the Sun and Moon's shadow falls on the Earth.
D. An eclipse when Earth is between the Moon and the Sun and Earth's shadow falls on the Moon.
A. Contour farming B. Terrace farming
C. Afforestation D. All of these
A. All the living and non-living things.
B. Only living things.
C. Only non-living things.
D. All the food consuming things.
A. Ice cube B. Ice but not in the shape of a cube
C. Vapour D. Evaporated
A. Age of the persons travelling
B. The fare
C. Arrival time
D. Intermediate stoppage.
A. Ocean waves B. Heavy rains
C. Melting snow D. Breaking dams
A. Use it to cook rice
B. Use it to rinse your vegetables
C. Use it to wash your clothes
D. Use it to wash your verandah.
A. Temperature changes B. Magnetic forces
C. Rushing water D. Chemicals reactions
(1)–A; (2)–C; (3)–C; (4)–D; (5)–A; (6)–B; (7)–D; (8)–A; (9)–D; (10)–B