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Grade 9 | ASSET Question-A-Day

1 April 2020 | Science

While we know that living things grow and get bigger, it is interesting to note that non-living things also get bigger – for example, the height of the Himalayas has been increasing by at least 3 cm per year.
What is the main difference between the growth of living things and that of non-living things?
A
Living things take external input to grow, non-living things don’t.
B
The rate of growth of living things is much slower than that of non-living things.
C
Non-living things can only grow vertically; living things can grow in all directions.
D
Living things make new body substances from what they consume; non-living things cannot.

 

Yesterday's Question | Maths

Rectangle PQXY and parallelogram PQRS are drawn as shown below:

Which fact about their area and perimeter is true?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

 

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