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  • 1. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________MID-TERM EXAMINATION -2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VI Section : _____________________Subject : MathematicsTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 SECTION-A (Marks : 20)Note: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil. Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box. (i) {2,3,5,7,…} is a set of _____ numbers. (A) Even (B) Odd (C) Prime (D) Natural (ii) If P={4,6,8,9,10…} then the true statement among the following is___. (A) 2 ∈ P (B) 14 ∈ P (C) 12 ∉ P (D) 11∈ P (iii) A set of even Prime Numbers is _____. (A) {0,1,2,3} (B) {2,4,6,8} (C) {2} (D) {1,3,5} (iv) E = {a,e,i,o} is a _____ set. (A) Null (B) Infinite (C) Void (D) Finite (v) If X = {1,2,3} and Y = {a,e,i} then X and Y are _____ sets. (A) Equal (B) Non-Equivalent (C) Equivalent (D) Null (vi) Set of Natural numbers neither prime nor composite is _____. (A) {0} (B) {2} (C) {1} (D) {4} (vii) The smallest 4 digit number using 7,0,8 and 9 is _____. (A) 0897 (B) 9870 (C) 0789 (D) 7089 (viii) The Whole number that succeeds 9999 is______. (A) 9998 (B) 99910 (C) 10000 (D) 1000 Page 1 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 2. (ix) _____ numbers have more than two factors. (A) Prime (B) Odd (C) Even (D) Composite(x) 36 as sum of twin primes is _____ . (A) (13+23) (B) (17+19) (C) (6+30) (D) (29+7)(xi) The only known example of prime triplet is _____ . (A) (3,5,7) (B) (5,7) (C) (2,5,7) (D) (5,7,11)(xii) Number divisible by 3 is _____ . (A) 211 (B) 312 (C) 170 (D) 121(xiii) H.C.F of 2 × 32 × 5,52 ,23 × 3 × 5 is ______. (A) 25 (B) 5 (C) 30 (D) 72(xiv) Pair of co-prime numbers among the following is _____ . (A) 21 and 24 (B) 30 and 37 (C) 6 and 8 (D) 9 and 12(xv) The product of two numbers is 360. If L.C.M is 120 then their H.C.F is______. (A) 3 (B) 30 (C) 16 (D) 18(xvi) L.C.M of 4,6 and 8 is _____ . (A) 2 (B) 24 (C) 4 (D) 6(xvii) Correct increasing order of the integers 0,2,-1, -3 and 4 is _____ . (A) 0,2,4,-1,-3 (B) -3,-1,0,2,4 (C) 0,2,4,-3,-1 (D) -3,4,0,2,-1(xviii) If the H.C.F of any two different numbers is 1 then they are called___ . (A) Twin Prime (B) Co-Prime (C) Prime (D) Prime Triplet(xix) Positive square root of 121 is _____ . (A) 11 (B) 13 (C) 17 (D) 19(xx) A gross is equal to _____ dozens. (A) 12 (B) 10 (C) 6 (D) 20 Page 2 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 3. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : MathematicsNote: Questions in Sections ‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section – B (Marks: 40)Note: Attempt any TEN questions. Each question carries FOUR marks. Q.2 Express the following in set builder form: A = {21,28,35,42,49} B = {0,6,12,18} C = {1,4,9,16} D = {a,e,i,o,u} Q.3 Write the smallest and largest 5-digit numbers using 6,8,9,0 and 1. Q.4 Find the difference between the largest odd number of three digits and the smallest even number of two digits. Q.5 State whether 769494 is divisible by 11 or not (without actual division). Q.6 Find H.C.F of 300 and 3996 by division method. Q.7 Write seven consecutive composite numbers just below 100. Q.8 The sum of two integers is 52. If one of them is -18, find the other. Q.9 Find Positive square root of 1225.Q.10 Write the next three integers in each of the following sequences: (i) –9, –6, –3 (ii) 7, 4, 1Q.11 List the multiples of 12 less than 50.Q.12 Find ratio of 0.5 meters and 75 cm.Q.13 Find the ratio of 60cms and 3 metres.Q.14 Perform the following divisions (-63) ÷7. Page 3 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 4. Section – C (Marks: 40)Note: Attempt any FIVE questions. Each question carries EIGHT marks.Q.15 (a) Prove that the following two sets are equal A=set of prime factors of 36 B=set of prime factors of 108 (b) If X = {3,6,9}, find all proper subsets of X.Q.16 (a) Find the difference between place value of 3 and 6 in 486234. (b) Find the value of 542 x 92 + 8 x 542.Q.17 Find the greatest numbers which divides 2300 and 3500 leaving 32 and 56.Q.18 (a) The L.C.M and H.C.F of two numbers are 1760 and 32 respectively. If one of the numbers is 160, find the other number. (b) Calculate the L.CM of 45 and 50 by division method.Q.19 (a) At noon on a certain day in Khairpur, the temperature rose to 11 ˚C above zero. At midnight the temperature fell to 5 ˚C below zero. Find the change in temperature. (b) Simplify : (–107) – (–97) + ( –10)Q.20 In 70 litres of a mixture of milk and water, the amount of pure milk is 56 litres. Find the ratio of milk to water in the mixture.Q.21 The product of two positive numbers is 15876 and the larger one is 9 times the other. Find the numbers. Page 4 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 5. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________MID-TERM EXAMINATION -2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VI Section : _____________________Subject : Computer ScienceTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 40 (Theory) + 10 (Practical)=50 SECTION-A (Marks : 16)Note: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil. Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C in the box. (i) The first programmer was____ (A) John Napier (B) Lady Ada Lovelace (C) Charles Babbage (ii) _________ is a volatile memory. (A) ROM (B) RAM (C) Hard Disk (iii) Third generation computers worked on_____ (A) Transistors (B) Integrated circuits (C) Microprocessors (iv) In ENIAC, I stands for_____ (A) Implementer (B) Indicator (C) Integrator (v) _____ is used to read data from a lottery ticket. (A) OMR (B) OCR (C) MICR (vi) _____ printers are the cheapest. (A) Dot-matrix (B) Thermal (C) Laser Page 5 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 6. (vii) In____ we can freeze video images. (A) e-book reader (B) Plasma screen (C) HDTV (viii) ________ is called solid state storage device. (A) USB device (B) HDD (C) FLASH memory (ix) The process of moving data from backing storage to main memory is called: (A) Loading (B) Saving (C) Executing (x) _____ of a hard disk helps it in rotating. (A) Read / write head (B) Spindle (C) CartridgeQ.2 Match the keys to their respective functions: (06) Address bus sends and receives messages over telephone lines Flash memory card used to draw maps Fax machine it carries signals from device to processor Plotter mark sensing Finger print reader it has no moving parts OMR scanning device Page 6 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 7. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : Computer Science Section – B (Marks: 24)NOTE: Questions in Sections ‘B’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Attempt any EIGHT questions. Each question carries THREE marks. The answer to each question should not exceed 3 to 4 line. Write your answers neatly and legibly.Q.3 What is a computer? What is the difference between data and information? (1 + 2)Q.4 Write a note on third generation computer. (3)Q.5 Define scanner. Write about its types. (1 + 2)Q.6 What are pixels? Describe screen resolution. (1 + 2)Q.7 Why are dot-matrix printers not being used nowadays? (3)Q.8 Describe monitor. Write about its types. (1 + 2)Q.9 Define the following: (1 + 1 + 1) (a) Processing (b) Expansion Card (c) Data busQ.10 Describe CD. Name its various types. (1 + 2)Q.11 What is the difference between primary and secondary storage? (1 ½ + 1 ½ )Q.12 What is software? What are the two main types of software? (1 + 2) Page 7 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 8. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________MID-TERM EXAMINATION - 2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VI Section : _____________________Subject : EnglishTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 Section – A (Marks : 20)Note: All parts of Sections ‘A’ & ‘B’ are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box: (i) Which of the following words means ‘infecting’? (A) festering (B) suffocating (C) obliterating (D) captivating (ii) In Italian ‘acque alte’ means: (A) ferry boat (B) city of water (C) grand canal (D) high water (iii) Which of the following words means ‘have a subsistence existence’? (A) to lose hope (B) scratch a living (C) cut sharply (D) to ease congestion (iv) Choose the word that is antonym of other words: (A) vague (B) unclear (C) dim (D) clear (v) What is meant by ‘ghastly’? (A) dangerous (B) attractive (C) horrible (D) surprising Page 8 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 9. (vi) When did the egg-collector make the most unpleasant discovery? (A) whilst egg-nesting (B) whilst catching eagles (C) whilst cutting down trees (D) whilst sailing across the river(vii) What is meant by ‘partially sighted’? (A) totally blind (B) having very poor sight (C) having some sight (D) having small eyes(viii) Illiteracy and street children are problems in the county of: (A) Mongolia (B) Brazil (C) Italy (D) Russia(ix) The manager to ___________ I spoke yesterday was not helpful. (A) whose (B) who (C) whom (D) which (x) Irfan and his family visit his relatives every week. (A) simple present (B) present habitual (C) simple past (D) past habitual (xi) Which of the following words is used for a person who is expert in many subjects? (A) polychrome (B) polymath (C) polygon (D) polymer(xii) ‘The sea made a gigantic roar like a lion’. The sentence is an example of: (A) metaphor (B) imagination (C) simile (D) personification(xiii) Which one of the following is a prefixed word: (A) revise (B) redo (C) recess (D) receive(xiv) Where is the blind beggar woman taking rest? (A) along the road side (B) under a shady tree (C) in a hut (D) under the arch of portico(xv) In the poem ‘Across the Indus’ is the poet calls the city ‘captivating’ which means: (A) unattractive (B) congested (C) appealing (D) ugly Page 9 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 10. (xvi) Why do shepherds use a crook? (A) to slaughter sheep (B) to hook around sheep’s leg (C) to hook around sheep’s (D) to remove the fleece on sheep neck (xvii) Which one of the following is a polysyllabic word? (A) ship (B) fish (C) sea (D) ferry (xviii) Which one of the following is correct superlative of ‘wild’? (A) most wild (B) wildest (C) wilder (D) more wild (xix) Irfan would be homesick ____________ he would miss his little sisters. (A) but (B) so (C) because (D) and (xx) Who was Kun in the folk story ‘The Yellow Emperor’s Flood’? (A) He was the emperor’s son (B) He was the emperor’s grandson (C) He was ruler of heaven (D) He was the emperor’s father Section – B (Marks: 30)Q.2 Do as directed: (a) Write a noun for a Nepali mountaineer. __________________________ (b) deforestation (give the synonyms) _____________________________ (c) grave (use in a sentence) _____________________________________ (d) to blow (give a past tense) ____________________________________ (e) The room was dark and without a window. (give the adjective ending in less for the underlined phrase) __________________________________________________________ (f) not believe (write the appropriate prefixed word with same meaning)__________________________________________________ (g) Explain what are bathing drawers . _____________________________ _________________________________________________________ Page 10 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 11. (h) fade (give meaning)_______________. (j) He rescued the child (change into passive voice) __________________ _________________________________________________________ (k) Visually impaired (Explain it)___________________________________Q.3 (a) Match the items on the left with the appropriate items on the right. (04) Efface very strong and powerful mighty respectively crafty wipe away reverently cunning (b) Match the items in the left hand column with their appropriate (04) grammatical terms in the right hand column. participle Oliver Twist adverb smiling noun wise adjective patientlyQ.4 Fill in the blanks with appropriate word from the word bar. (07) many, board, maxim, shrank, tears, octagonal, heart (a) The adjective which means ‘having eight sides’ is _______________. (b) Another word for a saying is a _______________. (c) The _______________ is a group of people who control an organization. (d) _______________ means became smaller. (e) The sea water tasted like _______________. (f) Poly means _______________. (g) Home is where the __________________ is.Q.5 Translate the following sentences into English. (05) Page 11 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 12. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page 12 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 13. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : English Section C (Marks: 50)Note: Questions in Section ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly.Q.6 Answer any SIX questions from the following. Write only TWO to THREE (18) sentences for each answer. Each part carries 3 marks. (a) What is the consequence of deforestation? What do you think are some of its causes? (b) How does the atmosphere of the river compare with that of the city? (c) Explain the factors which contribute to the poverty in Brazil. (d) How do Bitzer and Sissy differ in appearance? (e) Yasmeen spoke ‘in a small voice’. What does this tell you about her? (f) How do Henry and Ben exploit Oliver? (g) Why did the egg-collectors climb the trees? (h) What did the goddess Circe warn Odysseus about? (i) How does the blind man find his way?Q. 7 Read the following text and answer the questions given at the end: (06) The fire was a terrible tragedy. Although it lasted only twelve hours, it spread with such speed and ferocity that many hundreds of people died. Many people were trapped by the fire as it spread to surrounding houses. Others thought they would be safe in stone houses but these, too, were destroyed in the fire. Many thieves also died, as they stole possessions and valuables from burning houses. Questions: (a) What happened to the people? (b) Where would they be safe? (c) When did many thieves die? Page 13 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 14. Q.8 (a) Read the following stanza and answer the questions given at the end: (06) How beautiful it seems That crowded, festering, insistent city, Dirt, barren heat, the cruel drones of flies, The sores paraded to indifferent eyes, The ruined houses leaning to each other Questions: (a) How does the city look like? (b) What is the condition of houses? (c) Whose eyes are indifferent to the circumstances mentioned in the poem? (b) Paraphrase any one of the following stanzas: (05) The morning breaks; the steeds in their stalls Stamp and neigh, as the ostler calls; The day returns; but never more Returns the traveller to the shore, And the tide rises, the tide falls. OR He does not see the squirrel leap From branch to branch above his head, The leaf that joins the wrinkled heap The squirrel’s springing feet have shed.Q. 9 Write your own description of your favourite teacher (15) OR Write an e-mail about your city where you live. Page 14 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 15. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _________________________ Name : _________________________ MID-TERM EXAMINATION - 2011 Class : _________________________Question Paper : Class VISubject : General Science Section : _________________________Time Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 100 SECTION – A (Marks: 30)Note: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Each question carries TWO marks. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C in the box: (i) Different tissues combine to make : (A) Cell (B) an organ (C) Nucleus (ii) Breathing system exchanges and carbon dioxide: (A) Oxygen (B) Water (C) Food (iii) Male gametes in flower are present in : (A) Ovules (B) Pollen grains (C) Petal (iv) Fizzy drinks are made by adding gas to drink under pressure: (A) Oxygen (B) Nitrogen (C) Carbon dioxide (v) The lower the PH number, the the acid: (A) Stronger (B) Weaker (C) Neutral (vi) Many indicators are made from extracts: (A) Animal (B) Plant (C) Water (vii) Acid + Base → Salt + : (A) Metal (B) Water (C) Solid Page 15 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 16. (viii) Coal was formed from the remains of: (A) Water (B) Air (C) Plants(ix) is called a green house gas: (A) Sulphur dioxide (B) Oxygen (C) Carbon dioxide(x) All rain water contains a small amount of : (A) Alkali (B) Fossil fuels (C) Acid(xi) Energy sources that do not use fuel taken from the Earth are known as: (A) Renewable (B) Non-Renewable (C) Non-alternative energy sources(xii) Solar cells produce very small amount of : (A) Water (B) Gas (C) Electricity(xiii) Zn + 2 HCl → ZnCl2 + : (A) H2 (B) O2 (C) Ca(xiv) Carbon dioxide is than Air: (A) Lighter (B) Heavier (C) Stronger(xv) The size of an electric current is measured in: (A) Volts (B) Ampere (C) Ammeter Page 16 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 17. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION - 2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : General ScienceNote: Section ‘B’ is to be answered on the separately provided answer book. The answer should be brief and to the point. Write neatly and legibly. SECTION – B (Marks: 70)Note: Attempt any FOURTEEN (14) questions. Each question carries FIVE (05) marks.Q.2 What is nucleus? Why it is called the control centre of the cell? (5)Q.3 (a) What are epithelial cells? (3) (b) What do they do? (2)Q.4 What is an organ system? Give three examples. (2+3)Q.5 Explain why leaves have: (a) A network of tiny tubes inside them. (2½) (b) Tiny holes on the under side. (2½)Q.6 (a) What is nectar? (2) (b) Explain why nectar is important in sexual reproduction of the plants? (3)Q.7 (a) Where does the acid that causes tooth decay come from? (2) (b) Explain how toothpaste prevents the tooth decay? (3)Q.8 (a) List the name of three alkalis? (3) (b) List four examples of uses of alkali? (2)Q.9 (a) What is a fossil fuel? (2½) (b) What does porous mean? (2½)Q.10 Explain how acid rain kills trees and name three gases that cause (3½+1½) the rain to be acidic?Q.11 (a) What is wind farm? (2½) (b) Suggest a good place to establish a wind farm? (2½)Q.12 (a) Describe a solar panel? (3) (b) Suggest one disadvantage of solar cells at the moment? (2) Page 17 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 18. Q.13 Write: (a) A word equation? (3) (b) Chemical equation for reaction between zinc and hydrochloric acid? (2)Q.14 (a) What are carbonates? (3) (b) Which elements does calcium carbonate contain? (2)Q.15 (a) Explain why there is fizzing when an acid is added to a carbonate? (2) (b) Fill in the gapes. (3) CaCO3 + 2HCl → CaCl2+______ + _______Q.16 What are flammable substances? Name at least three of them. (5)Q.17 (a) In the given picture you can see an electric circuit. (2) Describe how you will use this circuit to test some insulators and conductors? (b) Name at least three conductors and three insulators? (3)Q.18 List the energy changes that takes place in the following components: (1+1+1+1+1) (a) Buzzer (b) Lamp (c) Motor (d) Battery (e) Iron FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Page 18 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 19. Z I A F OL&O OCE SL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES GS E Roll No : _____________________ SH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Name : _____________________ Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B Class : _____________________ (Marks: 42)MID-TERM EXAMINATION-2011 Section : _____________________Question Paper : Class VISubject : Social StudiesTime Allowed: 2 Hours and 30 Minutes Total Marks: 50 Section – A (Marks: 10)Note: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choose the correct answer and indicate your choice by writing A/B/C in the box: (i) The smallest country of South Asia in terms of area is: (A) Nepal (B) Maldives (C) Bhutan (ii) Atacama is known as the _______ place on earth: (A) coldest (B) driest (C) wettest (iii) Which one of the following is a land-locked country? (A) Bangladesh (B) Pakistan (C) Nepal (iv) The region that has rain in valleys and snow on peaks is called: (A) Highlands (B) Semi-arid (C) Humid (v) Gram, pulses, beans etc have a lot of body building_________. (A) Fats (B) Vitamins (C) Protein (vi) Natural gas is used in industry for heating boilers but more especially as a raw material for ____________. (A) chemicals (B) fertilizer (C) steel (vii) __________ is the main raw material for making cement. (A) Sulphur (B) Gypsum (C) Limestone (viii) The largest cotton processing centre in Pakistan is at _____________. (A) Karachi (B) Faisalabad (C) Hyderabad (ix) The main occupation for the majority of Pakistan’s population is______. (A) mining (B) business (C) agriculture Page 19 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 20. (x) Herbicides are used to kill _____________ in the crops. (A) weeds (B) insects (C) birds Page 20 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 21. GSE Z I A F OL&OE OC SL F AZ A IA SCHOOLS/COLLEGESSHC Roll No: Answer Sheet No:Directorate of Schools /Colleges Signature of Candidate:Air Headquarters, Peshawar FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Signature of Invigilator:Question Paper : Pakistan StudiesTime Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questio ns from section ‘C’. Use supple mentary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required.Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B (Marks: 42) MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : Social Studies Section – B (Marks: 40)Note: 1. Questions in this Section are to be answered on the separately provided Answer Book. 2. Attempt any TEN questions. Each question carries FOUR marks. 3. The answers should be short and should not exceed three/four lines.Q.2 Differentiate between old mountain and young mountain.Q.3 Write four advantages of forest.Q.4 Can you explain why Pakistan receives only a small amount of rainfall from summer monsoon?Q.5 Why are more fertilizers needed on farms today?Q.6 Why is Pakistan’s own coal not very important in the industry at the moment?Q.7 (a) Define exports and imports. (b) Name the capitals of Nepal & Bhutan.Q.8 Why is gypsum an important rock?Q.9 (a) Write name of two oil seeds. (b) Name two of our famous players who are known and recognize all over the world. Page 21 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 22. Q.10 Label the following pictures and write answers in your answer book.Q.11 Define the following geographical terms (any two) Lakes, Deserts, PlainsQ.12 What is water logging and how can this problem be solved in Pakistan?Q.13 Label the South Asian countries in the given map and write answer in your answer book. Page 22 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 23. Q.10 Label the following pictures and write answers in your answer book.Q.11 Define the following geographical terms (any two) Lakes, Deserts, PlainsQ.12 What is water logging and how can this problem be solved in Pakistan?Q.13 Label the South Asian countries in the given map and write answer in your answer book. Page 22 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 24. Q.10 Label the following pictures and write answers in your answer book.Q.11 Define the following geographical terms (any two) Lakes, Deserts, PlainsQ.12 What is water logging and how can this problem be solved in Pakistan?Q.13 Label the South Asian countries in the given map and write answer in your answer book. Page 22 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)
  • 25. Q.10 Label the following pictures and write answers in your answer book.Q.11 Define the following geographical terms (any two) Lakes, Deserts, PlainsQ.12 What is water logging and how can this problem be solved in Pakistan?Q.13 Label the South Asian countries in the given map and write answer in your answer book. Page 22 of 22 (CLASSVI : Mid-Term 2011-12)