Every day science questions

  1. What’s the medical term for low blood sugar? – Hypoglycemia.
  2. What’s the common term for a cerebrovascular accident? – Stroke.
  3. What star other than the sun is closest to the earth? – It is Proxima Centauri, the nearest member of the Alpha Centauri triple star system.
  4. What are the two top selling spices in the world? – Pepper is 1st and mustard is second.
  5. What is the most widely eaten fish in the world? – The Herring
  6. What does “CPR” stand for in medical emergencies? – Cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  7. What, along with heart disease and cancer, accounts for 64 percent of U.S. deaths? – Stroke.
  8. What virus did the World Health Organization say would infect 40 million people by the year 2000? – HIV.
  9. What do doctors look at through an ophthalmoscope? – The eye.
  10. What nation produces two thirds of the world’s vanilla? – Madagascar.
  11. What was Friedrich Serturner the first to extract from opium and use as a pain reliever? – Morphine.
  12. What Russian cleric was poisoned, shot and finally drowned on December 30, 1916? – Rasputin.
  13. Who led the Million Man March on Washington? – Louis Farrakhan.
  14. What country suffered the worst two earthquakes in history, killing 830,000 in 1556 and 750,000 in 1976? – China.
  15. Who did Adolf Hitler dictate Mein Kampf to while in prison? – Rudolf Hess.
  16. What disease is the focus of oncology? – Cancer.
  17. Where is the tallest Mountain on Earth? – Mauna Kea, Hawaii, From Base to Peak – 33,480 feet (rising to 13,796 feet above sea level)
  18. What is the term used for a person of mixed black and white parentage? – Mulatto.
  19. What falling fruit supposedly inspired Isaac Newton to write the laws of gravity? – An Apple.
  20. What explosive cosmic event was seen with the naked eye in 1987, for the first time in 383 years? – A 1. What three terms are represented in Newton’s second law of motion F = ma? – Force, mass, acceleration.
  21. How many planets are in the solar system? – 8 planets (we missed you pluto!).
  22. What’s the most malleable metal? – Gold.
  23. How old is the earth? -The earth is about 4.5 billion years old.
  24. How old is the universe? – The Universe is at least 15 billion years old, but probably not more than 20 billion years old.
  25. Which planet spins the fastest? – Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet in our solar system rotating on average once in just under 10 hours.

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good trivia questions and answers

  1. What continent is cut into two fairly equal halves by the Tropic of Capricorn? – Australia.
  2. What explorer introduced pigs to North America? – Christopher Columbus.
  3. What nation was bounced from the Organization of American States in 1962? – Cuba.
  4. What spot once registered 134 degrees, the highest temperature ever in the U.S.? – Death Valley.
  5. Which planet spins the slowest? -Venus is the slowest spinning planet in the solar system. It rotates only once every two hundred forty-three Earth days
  6. How long is a Martian year? – The orbital period of Mars is 686.9726 days.
  7. What method of preserving food did the Incas first use, on potatoes? – Freeze-drying.
  8. Which planet is closest to the sun? – Mercury.
  9. What is the sun made out of? – The Sun is at present, about 70% hydrogen and 28% helium by mass everything else amounts to less than 2%
  10. What powers the sun? – Fusion, the same as a hydrogen bomb.
  11. How old is the sun? – About 5 billion years.
  12. What’s the only fish that produces real caviar, according to the FDA? -Sturgeon.
  13. What’s removed from water in the process of desalination? – Salt.
  14. What species Amazonian electric variety packs a 650 volt wallop? – The eel’s.
  15. What Argentinean was buried in a Milan cemetery under the pseudonym Maria Maggi? – Eve Peron.
  16. What 1947 invention by Bell Telephone Laboratories spawned pocket-sized radios? – The transistor.
  17. What Italian astronomer invented the thermometer in 1592? – Galileo.
  18. 4Who averaged one patent for every three weeks of his life? – Thomas Edison.
  19. what’s the base unit of mass in the metric system? – The kilogram.
  20. What was the first organ successfully transplanted from a cadaver to a live person? – A kidney.
  21. What F-word is defined in physics as a “nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei”? – Fusion.
  22. What was the first planet to be discovered using the telescope, in 1781? – Uranus.
  23. Which country gave the USA the ‘Statute of Liberty? – France.
  24. Where is the worlds largest supply of fresh water? – Brazil is the country estimated to have the largest supply of fresh water in the world, followed by Canada and Russia

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More Good Trivia Questions and Answers

  1. What number does “giga” stand for? – One billion.
  2. What digit did Arab mathematician al-Khwarizmi give to the West around 800 B/B.? – Zero.
  3. What word describes a number system with a base of two? – Binary.

53.What do mathematicians call a regular polygon with eight sides? – An octagon.

  1. What sticky sweetener was traditionally used as an antiseptic ointment for cuts and burns? – Honey.
  2. What scale of zero to 14 is used to measure acidity or alkalinity? – The pH scale.
  3. Where is the Pyrenees? – Between Spain and France.
  4. What bird was domesticated first? The first bird domesticated by man was the goose.
  5. Why a duck’s quack doesn’t echo? – No one knows.
  6. Who was the last president of the Soviet Union? – Mikhail Gorbachev.
  7. What political system was gradually dismantled in South Africa, starting in 1989? – Apartheid.
  8. Where is the Suez Canal? – Egypt
  9. What’s the Symbol of iron? – Fe
  10. What’s the difference between a pig and a hog? A pig is a hog — hog is a generic name for all swine — but a hog is not a pig. In the terminology of hog raising, a pig is a baby hog less than ten weeks old.
  11. What was the first commercially manufactured breakfast cereal? – Shredded Wheat.
  12. Where did the pineapple plant originate? – In South America. It didn’t reach Hawaii until the early nineteenth century.
  13. What nutty legume accounts for one sixth of the world’s vegetable oil production? – The peanut.
  14. What country saw the cultivation of the first potato, in 200 A.D.? – South America.
  15. What tree gives us prunes? – The plum tree.
  16. A cow gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in her lifetime.
  17. What unit of electrical power is equal to one joule per second? – The Watt.

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  1. How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico? – Five.
  2. What is the name of the worlds higest water fall? – Angel falls in Venezuela South America
  3. What is the official language of australia? – English is the Australian official language
  4. What is the smallest country in the world? – Vatican City Population, total population 1,000.
  5. What planet is closest in size to our moon? – Mercury.
  6. What two letters are both symbols for 1,000? – K and M.
  7. What unit of measure do you multiply by .39 to convert it to inches? – Centimeters.
  8. What method of underwater detection is short for “sound navigation and ranging”? – Sonar.
  9. What’s short for “binary digit”? – Bit.
  10. What century did mathematicians first use plus and minus signs? – The sixteenth.
  11. What’s the most frequently diagnosed cancer in men? – Prostate cancer.
  12. What do leukemia sufferers have too many of? – White blood cells, or leukocytes.
  13. What process involves heating an ore to obtain a metal? – Smelting.
  14. What’s the U. S. equivalent of 0.45 kilograms? – One pound.
  15. What is the eastern most capital in the United Sates? – Augusta, capital city of the State of Maine and the easternmost state capital
  16. What physicist’s last words were not understood because his nurse did not speak German? – Albert Einstein’s.
  17. What socialist writer’s last words were: “Last words are for fools who haven’t said enough”? – Karl Marx’s.
  18. Who did Yigal Amir assassinate in 1995? – Yitzhak Rabin.
  19. What mathematical symbol did math whiz Ferdinand von Lindemann determine to be a transcendental number in 1882? – Pi.
  20. What do you call an angle more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees? – Obtuse.
  21. What’s a flat image that can be displayed in three dimensions? – A hologram.
  22. What is the deepest lake in the U.S? – Crater Lake in Oregon is the deepest lake in the United States at 1,932 feet (589 meters).
  23. Where is the Highest Elevation on Earth? – Mt. Everest, Asia: 29,035 feet (8850 m)

94.What’s the only metal that’s not a solid at room temperature? – Mercury.

  1. What’s the groundnut better known as? – The peanut.
  2. How long does it take light from the sun to reach the earth? – Approximately 8 minutes and 18 seconds.

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  1. How far is the moon from the earth? – The actual Earth-Moon distance ranges from about 360,000 to 405,000 kilometers, depending on the position in the Moon’s orbit. (223,694 to 251,665 miles)
  2. How much bigger is the sun than the earth? A: The Earth is about 13 thousand kilometers (8000 miles) wide, whereas the Sun is roughly 1.4 million kilometers (900,000 miles) across. If the Sun were a hollow ball, you could fit about one million Earths inside of it!
  3. The Golden Gate Bridge? – San Francisco, California, USA.
  4. Where is Broadway? – New York City, USA.
  5. What’s the first name of Shakespeare? – William
  6. Where is the Leaning Tower of Pisa? – Pisa, Italy.
  7. Where is Notre Dame? – Paris
  8. What’s the common name for a cubic decimeter? – A liter.
  9. What measure of energy comes from the Latin word meaning “heat”? -The calorie.
  10. What continent is subjected to the world’s largest ozone hole? – Antarctica.
  11. What sea creature can have an eye measuring 16 inches across, the largest in the animal kingdom? – A squid.
  12. What was the first country to recognize Mexico’s independence, in 1836? – The U.S.
  13. Does the sun rotate? – The movements of the sunspots indicate that the Sun rotates once every 27 days at the equator, but only once in 31 days at the poles.
  14. How big is the Milky Way? – The Milky Way is actually a giant, as its mass is probably between 750 billion and one trillion solar masses, and its diameter is about 100,000 light years.
  15. What is the Milky Way? – The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy.
  16. What is the Indiana state bird? – Cardinal
  17. What is the first organisms to grow back after fire? – Moss

Today Labour inspector paper

1 Badminton court lenght 13.4m
2 badminton shuttlecock feathers 16
3 ahemd mujtaba MMA marshel art
4 genoa iltay ki port
5 salahudin aybi mazar Damascus
6 Al-imran rakuh 20
7 Hassan bin sabit tribe banu khiraj
8 Muslim Shaheed in badr 14
9 Nisab zakat 7.5 gold 52.5 silver
10 book of imam hanbel musand
11 bile store in ball galander
12 vessels take blood away from heart artiries
13 traspass synonym infringe, etc all of these ✅
14 great beerier reef Australia
15 Cuba president Miguel Diaz
16 USA constitution convention in philedelphia
17 EIGE EU for gender equality
18 Country without River all of these Kuwait, yaman, Qatar
19)one of great lake of north America lake huron, lake erie
20, bagram base Afghanistan
21, fielding coach grand branburn
22 father is twice than his son…. 44 years
23 a train moving speed 60kmh passes a pole in 9 sec lenght of train 150m
24 ay watan k sajeelay written by Jamal ul din Ali
25 kkhak or khoon written by naseen hijazi
26 2nd constitution promulgated on june 1962
27 bicameral system in 1973
28 3rd constitution promulgated in 14 August 1973
29 add a new slide in ppt ctrl M
30 ushar agri land
31 pm Malaysia mahatir Muhammad
32 T20 champion 2016 West indies
33 tubman humanitrians belong to USA
34 over coat ghulam Abbas
35 excel use for spreadsheet
36 Japan in which continent Asia
37 shikwa jawab e shikwa in bang-dara
38 abless ki majlis Iqbal
39 21/29 large ratio
40 which one is odd 8,27,64,100,125,216 Ans 100
41 native Australian called Aboriginal
42 voice president of pak noorul amin
43 end governer general khawaja najamudin
44 1921 Moplah Rebellion khalafat movement
45 quit India movement start by congress
46 fifa 2022 Qatar
47 red cross motto in war charity
48 flag never half mist Saudi Arabia
49 7% of 300 is 21
50 last king of Afghanistan zahir shah
51- virtual reality some thing about 3-d model
52 biggest coastalline balochistan
53 area of pakistan 796096
54 1km=1000m
55 this work is beyond his capacity
56 his voice gets on my nerves
57 he is interested in coin collection
58 biggest princely state of union India hyderabad daccan
59 Azad kashmir government setup in 24 Oct 1947
State Bank in 1 July 1948
60 let’s sleeping dogs lie
61 you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink
62 direct indirect,
he says Switzerland is heaven on earth.
63 living history cilton
64 Sindh chaddar called ajrak
65 ay jay likhay parhay qawad ki roh say Kiya hai ism mazarh
66 nazam k meaning muzam karna, tarteb Dena
66 tuwaf-e-maqtab qawad ki roh say Kia hai. Na tajurba kar
67 bassi karri mein ubal Ana, Der say hosh Ana like that
68 hum shagir meaning hum awaz
69 famous city of Turkey Istanbul

Solar System and Planets

  1. There are eight (8) planets in the solar system
  2. Jupiter is the biggest planet of the solar system
  3. Mercury is the smallest planet of the solar system
  4. Jupiter is the heaviest planet of the solar system
  5. Mercury is the lightest planet of the solar system
  6. Neptune is the coldest planet of the solar system
  7. Venus is the hottest planet of the solar system
  8. Neptune is the farthest planet from the sun
  9. Mercury is the closest planet from the sun
  10. Venus is the brightest planet
  11. Jupiter is the darkest planet
  12. Saturn is the planet with rings
  13. Earth is the blue planet (In some books Neptune is also)
  14. Mars is the Red planet
  15. Earth is the most colorful planet
  16. Venus is the planet with the longest day time (225 earth days)
  17. Jupiter is the planet with shortest day time (10 hours)
  18. Mercury is the fastest revolving planet
  19. Neptune is the slowest revolving planet
  20. Jupiter is the fastest rotating planet (on its axis)
  21. Venus is the slowest rotating planet (on axis)
  22. Mercury and Venus are planets with no Moons or Satellites
  23. Venus is called the Morning Star
  24. Earth is the only planet with Life
  25. Jupiter is the planet with maximum number of Moons or Satellites (79).

Most Important Knowledge father of different fields


★Father of Biology: Aristotle
★Father of Physics: Albert Einstein
★Father of Chemistry: Jabir Bin Hayan
★Father of Statistics: Ronald Fisher
★Father of Zoology: Aristotle
★Father of History: Herodotus
★Father of Microbiology: Louis Pasteur
★Father of Botany: Theophrastus
★Father of Algebra: Diophantus
★Father of Blood groups: Landsteiner
★Father of Electricity: Benjamin Franklin
★Father of Trigonometry: Hipparchus
★Father of Geometry: Euclid
★Father of Modern Chemistry: Antoine Lavoisier
★Father of Robotics: Nikola Tesla
★Father of Electronics: Ray Tomlinson
★Father of Internet: Vinton Cerf
★Father of Economics: Adam Smith
★Father of Video game: Thomas T. Goldsmith, Jr.
★Father of Architecture: Imhotep
★Father of Genetics: Gregor Johann Mendel
★Father of Nanotechnology: Richard Smalley
★Father of Robotics: Al-Jazari
★Father of C language: Dennis Ritchie
★Father of World Wide Web: Tim Berners-Lee
★Father of Search engine: Alan Emtage
★Father of Periodic table: Dmitri Mendeleev
★Father of Taxonomy: Carolus Linnaeus
★Father of Surgery (early): Sushruta
★Father of Mathematics: Archimedes
★Father of Medicine: Hippocrates
★Father of Homeopathy: Samuel Hahnemann
★Father of Law: Cicer

Important Abbreviations for job tests

Police:* Public Officer for Legal Investigations and Criminal Emergencies.
VIP: Very Important Person.
SHO: Station House Officer.
BBC: British Broadcasting Corporation.
CID: Criminal Investigation Department.
CSP: Civil Service of Pakistan.
CSS: Central Superior Services.
FANA: Federally Administered Northern Areas.
FATA: Federally Administered Tribal Areas.
GDP: Gross Domestic Product.
GHQ: General Head Quarter.
FIR: First Information Report.
IBM: International Business Machines.
ISPR: Inter Services Public Relation.
ISSB: Inter Services Selection Board.
NOC: No Objection Certificate.
OIC: Organization of Islamic Conference.
PCS: Public Srrvice Commission.
SAARC: South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation.
SSG: Special Services Group.
UNICEF: United Nation International Children Emergency Fund.
WASA: Water and Sanitation Agency.
ISAF: International Security Association Force.
LPG: Liquefied Petroleum Gas.
CNG: Compressed Natural Gas.
ECG: Electrocardiography.
RAM: Random Access Memory.
LASER: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emmission of Radiation.
RADAR: Radio Detection and Ranging.
AIDS: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
WWW: World Wide Web.
DNA: Deoxyribonucleic Acid.
SONAR: Sound Navigation and Ranging.
CPU: Central Processing Unit.
LCD: Liquid Crystal Display .
kHz: Kilohertz.
KV: Kilo Volt.
NADRA: National Database and Registration Authority.
LED: Light Emitting Diode.
HTTP: Hypertext Transfer Presentation



  1. Daily Dawn Started in …..Delhi….
  2. River in Washington …..Potomac
  3. Land of Prophets…. Palestine
  4. Muslim Leaders in Simla dputation…. 35
  5. Taloot and Jaloot in… Surah Al Baqarah
  6. Heritage in …. Surah Nisa
  7. Bismillah Twice… Surah Namal
  8. Doctrine of Lapse… Jhansi, Nagpur and Satara
  9. MAO college… 1877
  10. Last viceroy … Lord Mount Batten
  11. Queen Kaiser i Hind…. Lyton
  12. Current SG of OIC…. Yousef BIn Ahmed
  13. Nawaz-Modi meeting in 2014… Delhi
  14. Yosaf Raza Gillani took Oath on… March 2008
  15. Head of Tehsil Govt. ….. Tehsil Nazim
  16. PLO …. Palestine Liberation Organization
  17. CIA….. Central Intelligence Agency
  19. NRA… Nuclear Regulatory Authorit
  20. Bangladesh in,,,, South Asia
  21. Number of Surah on name of animals.,,,,,,,,5
  22. Namaz e Istisqa…. Rain
  23. Hazrat Umer RA embraced Islam… 616 AD
  24. Police force…. Hazrat Umar RA
  25. Fist Eid ul Fitr…. 2nd Hijri
  26. Ist Azan… 2nd Hijri
  27. Hadis derived from… Hadith
  28. How many camels for zakat… 5
  29. How many goats for zakat…. 40
  30. Dismissal of khwaja nazim ud din… mMuhammad Ali Bogra 
  31. 2nd Gov General … Khwaja Nazim ud din
  32. Two Nation theory first by …. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
  33. Fitwa Qazi Khan…… Fiqh Hanfi
  34. Al Hidaya by………. Burhan al Din
  35. tafseer darul mansoor….. Imam Jalal Ud Din Sayuti.
  36. Zakat and Usher in…. None of These
  37. In the beginning Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) worked as a shepherd for _ Banu Saad
  38. Word font size…. 8-72
  39. Word Zoom…. 500
  40. Powerpoint zoom…. All of these
  41. Excel Index…..function returns the value at a given position in a range or array
  42. Wine declared Haram….None of These (4th Hijri)
  43. First Minorities Act……1919
  44. largest Peninsula… Arabian
  45. Czec Repulic Capital…. Prague
  46. Igneous Rock…. Quartz
  47. Ryder Cup in ………. Golf
  48. Compensate…. Pay
  49. Novel antonym…. Old 
  50. Economic Measure by Alu ud din Khilji…… Market Control
  51. Industries… Privatization and Denationalization both
  52. A on B on C on….. Answer (Option A)
  53. C& D,,,, answer (Option E)
  54. Carpenter will work on wednesday and plumber on thursday (E option)
  55. O is the first stop (Option A)
  56. pick the odd one ka answer,,, 64
  57. 24*45/10=108 ans
  58. 131*2=262+1=263
  59. Which one is not attach in email…….. .exe 
  60. Indus Civilization in ………..Mohenjodaro
  61. Program for Email……… Outlook
  62. Received email in………spam and inbox
  63. increases the text size……Ctrl+]
  64. Arrange the words given below in a meaningful sequence.
  65. Key 2. Door 3. Lock
  66. Room 5. Switch on
    1, 3, 2, 4, 5 answer mine is right
  67. Mohenjodaro means ……..mound of deads
  68. A tailor had a number of shirt pieces to cut from a roll of fabric. He cut each roll of equal length into 10 pieces. He cut at the rate of 45 cuts a minute. How many rolls would be cut in 24 minutes ? ………….120 Rolls 
  69. The 30 members of a club decided to play a badminton singles tournament. Every time a member loses a game he is out of the tournament. There are no ties. What is the minimum number of matches that must be played to determine the winner ?…… B
  70. In which type of rocks are coal and petroleum found? …….. Sedimentary
  71. Insert the missing number. 16, 33, 65, 131, 261, (….) ……. 523
  72. She ____for effective follow up of agenda….. Called
  73. Twelve terrorists __ in air strike……Killed
  74. The student was asked to simple the question….. Simplicity 
  75. She___ around the filthy room in distaste……. Looked
  76. It is necessary for government to _ their people’s life better…….make
  77. Each country is responsible to keep _ for peace in region….. Working
  78. For his novelty, gift ordered to me _ very lovely…… was
  79. Safety stock of grains held by the government is: …..Overhead stock 
  80. The real capital formation e.g., the production or maintenance of machinary or construction that will produce a stream of goods and services is called………. Investment
  81. The number of deaths occurring in any year for every 1000 of the population is referred to as….. Death Rate 
  82. . The economic system with little or no external trade is called……. Close Economy
  83. He decided to dress in a gray suit in order to be…….. inconspicuous
  84. Find the word misspelled ……… Vacency
  85. Nonchalant dissimilar…………Concerned 
  86. He quarrelled with his boss, _ of the consequences………. Heedless 
  87. Doctor : Nurse :: ? : Follower
  88. refined : plebeian :: selective :………………. Indiscriminate
  89. Find the word that mispelled ………… no mistakes 
  90. The baby soft skin was __ to the harsh winter wind……… Sensitive
  91. The customer service representative gave his ………… Assurance
  92. Which protocol assigns IP address to the client connected in the internet?……..DHCP 
  93. Ijma means….. Agreement of Ulama (Not sure)
  94. Free of cost repair of software bug available at Internet is called ………… Patch
  95. The British attitude for granting independence to India changed because of the : …..1,2 & 3
  96. Rearrange the following in chronological order. 1. Formation of Interim government….B…2,4,5,3,1,6
  97. At………………. Preposition
  98. Among Fog, Hail, Snowfall & Rains all are forms of precipitation except?….. Fog
  99. The Regulating Act of 1773 was passed by British Parliament in order to 1. establish Parliamentary control over the administration of the East India Company’s territory in India. 2. make the Governor of Bengal as the Governor General of Bengal. 3. end of dual system of administration in India. Which of the statements given above are correct? 1,2 and 3……… 
  100. The Heaviest rainfall …………. Mediterranean Region
  101. Tafseer ibn Kaseer …………. Tafseer Al-Quran Al-Azeem
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