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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 61 - 25 to 65 microteslas, 62 - Humidity, 63 - Very high frequency (VHF), 64 - Ethanol, 65 - Nitrous Oxide, 66 - Liquefied   petroleum gas,  67 - Metallic microlattice, 68 - Hydrocarbons , 69 - Gravitational pull of the moon, 70 - Momentum.

61. What is the magnitude of magnetic field at the Earth's surface?

           102 to 180 microteslas

           10 to 30 microteslas

           25 to 65 microteslas

           25 to 90 microteslas


62. The amount of water vapor in the air is called:

           Air concentration

           Dew point

           Vapor point

           Humidity


63. The range of radio frequency from 30 MHz to 300 MHz is called:

           Very low frequency (VLF)

           Ultra high frequency (UHF)

           Very high frequency (VHF)

           Super high frequency (SHF)


64. Which alcohol is used in Alcoholic beverages?

           Ethanol

           Butyl alcohol

           Methanol

           Isopropyl alcohol


65. What is laughing gas?

           Sulfur dioxide

           Manganese dioxide

           Nitrous Oxide

           Carbon monoxide


66. LPG stands for?

           Liquefied petroleum gas

           Light petroleum gas

           Liquefied petroleum gasoline

           Liquefied poisonous gas


67. Which is the lightest metal ever made?

           Copper

           Magnesium

           Aluminium

           Metallic microlattice


68. Petroleum mainly consists of:

           Oxygen Compounds

           Hydrocarbons

           Sulphur Compounds

           Nitrogen Compounds


69. The tides in the ocean are due to:

           Ocean wind pressure

           Gravitational pull of the moon

           Gravitationa of earth

           Gravitational pull of the planets


70. The product of the mass and velocity is called:

           Force

           Velocity

           Acceleration

           Momentum