In OTET 2014 Paper-II Exam following 60 questions were asked from Science and Math subject. It contains 30 Mathematics questions and 30 Science questions**. **Each questions carries 1 mark. Total 60 Marks. See the OTET 2014 Paper-2 Math & Science Question Paper below.

**OTET 2014 Paper-2 **

**Math & Science Question Paper**

**Mathematics**

**91. Which is not an element of activity based approach in learning Mathematics ?**

- Content Based
- Joyful
- Challenging
- Spontaneous involvement

**92. Which is a projected teaching aid of Mathematics ?**

- Modle
- Domino
- Napier Piece
- None of these

**93. At the introductory stage of teaching Mathematics, the teacher asks some questions. Which is not a reason for it ?**

- Testing previous knowledge
- Motivating the pupil
- Giving hints about the difficulty of the new lesson
- Attracting towards the new lesson

**94. Which statement indicates the limitation of teaching Mathematics through play ?**

- All topics in mathematics can;t be taught through play
- If indulged in play the main aim may be lost
- It is difficult to prepare lesson plan based on play
- All of the above

**95. Which two method of teaching mathematics are complementary and dependent to teach other ?**

- Inductive and synthetic
- Deductive and Analytic
- Inductive and Analytic
- Analytic and Synthetic

**96.Which is not included among the characteristic of Mathematics?**

- Mathematics has its own language
- Mathematics is an abstract subject
- Mathematics is a systematic subject
- Mode of expression of Mathematics is systematic

**97. A child shows much interest to participate in Mathematics quiz competition . What objective learning does it indicate ?**

- Cognitive
- Affective
- Psycho motor
- All of these objectives

**98. “Sum of the angles of a triangle is 180 degree’- what method is the best for teaching it in class VI?**

- Inductive method
- Deductive method
- Analytic method
- Synthetic method

**99. What teaching method is the best for teaching theoretical proof of Geometry in higher classes ?**

- Inductive and deductive
- Project
- Learning activity
- Analytic and synthetic

**100. The first four steps of the problem solving method of learning Mathematics are given . What is the order in which they are to be followed ?**

- Collection of relevant information, identifying the problem, Defining the problem and formulating hypothesis.
- Defining the problem, identifying the problem, Collection of relevant information, and formulating hypothesis
- Identifying the problem, Defining the problem, Collection of relevant data and formulating hypothesis
- Formulating hypothesis, Identifying the problem, Defining the problem and Collection of relevant data

**101.The cube of the sum of which two numbers chosen from 862, 863, 864 and 865 is a Natural Number ?**

- 862 and 863
- 863 and 864
- 862 and 864
- 863 and 865

**102. Which of 2^32, 4^15, 8^11, 16^9, 32^6 is the greatest ? (Here “^” is read as “to the power”)**

- 8^11
- 16^9
- 32^6
- Not possible to answer

**103. If x=99, what is the value of x(x^2+3x+3) ?**

- 999999
- 99999
- 9999
- 999

**104. In ann examination, a candidate scores 4 marks for every correct answer and loses one mark for every wrong answer. If a candidate answered 100 questions and scored 210 marks, how many of his answers were wrong?**

- 38
- 36
- 28
- 26

**105. A shop keeper marked the price of article 20% above his purchase price. What percentage of discount should he allowed, while selling, so that he gets a profit of 8%?**

- 10%
- 12.5%
- 15.33%
- 16%

**106. Which of the following pairs do not have a direct variation between them ?**

- No. of persons engaged to do a work and the number of days required by them to complete the work
- The no of visitors in a gallery of a circus shows and the amount of money in rupees collected from the sale of gallery tickets
- No. f persons engaged in a work and their wages in rupees
- The time (in hours) for which a train moved with a uniform speed and the distance covered (in Km)

**107. What is the additive inverse of the multiplicative inverse of 2/3 ?**

- 3/2
- -3/2
- 4/3
- -4/3

**108. To which of the following sets of numbers a non-zero number x could belong, so that multiplicative inverse of x also belongs to the same set ?**

- Set of Natural numbers (N)
- Set of extended Natural numbers (N*)
- Set of integers (Z)
- Set of rational number (Q)

**109. The present age of Arjun is twice that of Sriya. If five years ago Arjun was thrice as old as Sriya was then,what is the present age of Arjun?**

- 10
- 15
- 20
- 25

*(NOTE : Some questions are not given in this list due to the difficulty in writing. )*

**SCIENCE **

**121. Which is not an element of learning activity in science ?**

- (A) Challenging
- (B) Joyful
- (C) Spontaneous involvement
- (D) Difficultly

**122. In which method of teaching-learning science, the learner has more active participation ?**

- (A) Explanation
- (B) Discussion
- (C) Project
- (D) Demonstration

**123. In a period, during teaching the teacher asks some questions. What type of questions are these?**

- (A) Formative
- (B) Summative
- (C) Diagnostic
- (D) Placement

**124. Which is not associated with Psychological constructivism ?**

- (A) Self concept
- (B) Acquired knowledge
- (C) Previous experience
- (D) Social relationship

**125. In a question, it is asked to plot a graph on the given data and to answer some lesson-based questions relating to the graph :**

(i) This is a skill-based question

(ii) This is an application-based question

(iii) This is a knowledge based question

- (A) Only (i) is correct
- (B) Only (iii) is correct
- (C) Both (i) and (ii) are correct
- (D) Both (i) and (iii) are correct

**126. The quantity of electricity consumed by a 500 W heater used for 6 hours is equal to the quantity of electricity consumed by how many 40 W bulbs glowing for 5 hours at a time ?**

This question belongs to which category ?

- (A) Knowledge
- (B) Understanding
- (C) Application
- (D) Skill

**127. Which is different from others with regard to instructional objectives of teaching science ?**

- (A) A learner drew the diagram of a flower
- (B) A learner labelled the different parts of the diagram correctly
- (C) The same learner explained the functions of the different parts of a flower
- (D) The same learner explained the formation of fruit from a flower

**128. Which statement is related to the discovery method of teaching science ?**

- (A) Learners are active participants
- (B) Much can be learnt in less time
- (C) It is suitable for large class
- (D) Syllabus can be covered in proper time

**129. Which is not the objective of science-related additional booklets ?**

- (A) Knowing more information
- (B) Increasing interest in science
- (C)
- (D)

**130. Which one is not an indicator of science-related affective development ?**

- (A) Taking part in science exhibition
- (B) Taking active part in celebrating the birth day of scientists
- (C) Securing highest marks in the science subject
- (D) Conducting simple science experiments at home

**131. What is the major constituent of cell wall ?**

- (A) Lipoprotein
- (B) Starch
- (C) Cellulose
- (D) Phospholipid

**132. Which is a serious blood related disease ?**

- (A) Tuberculosis
- (B) Anthrax
- (C) Typhoid
- (D) Tetanus

**133. Which is correct statement ?**

**
**(i) Free living Rhizobium fixes atmospheric nitrogen

(ii) Canker of citrus is caused by bacteria

(iii) Preservation of milk can be done by pasteurization

- (A) (i) and (ii) are correct but (iii) is wrong
- (B) (i) and (iii) are correct but (ii) is wrong
- (C) (ii) and (iii) are correct but (i) is wrong
- (D) (i), (ii) and (iii) are all correct

**134. Which does regulate the effect of hormones during adolescence ?**

- (A) Sweat gland
- (B) Sebaceous gland
- (C) Mucus gland
- (D) Pituitary gland

**135. Which is a wrong concept regarding physical change during adolescence ?**

- (A) Sudden increase in height
- (B) Change of voice
- (C) The ability of brain not developed
- (D) Probable increase in the height of girls over boys of same age group

**136. Which is not an adaptation of Cactus ?**

- (A) Presence of leaves
- (B) Modified stem
- (C) Fleshy stem
- (D) Deep penetrated root

**137. Which does not respire through gills ?**

- (A) Crab
- (B) Crocodile
- (C) Tadpole of frog
- (D) Fish

**138. Which is the correct statement ?**

**
**(i) The rate of absorption of water increases when the rate of transpiration increases

(ii) Transpiration takes place by cuticle.

(iii) Transpiration occurs during daytime only

- (A) (i) and (ii) correct, but (iii) is wrong
- (B) (i) and (iii) are correct, but (ii) is wrong
- (C) (ii) and (iii) are correct, but (i) is wrong
- (D) (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct

**139. Which is not a cause of soil erosion ?**

- (A) Water current
- (B) Wind
- (C) Shifting cultivation
- (D) Afforestation

**140. Which organelle is present in the cells of higher animals ?**

- (A) Vacuole
- (B) Nucleolus
- (C) Chloplast
- (D) Cell wall

**141. How much time a bus will take to cover a distance of 3 km on a straight road when it started its journey from rest with an acceleration of 0.6 m/s2 ?**

- (A) 60 s
- (B) 80 s
- (C) 100 s
- (D) 120 s

**.142. According to Newton’s second law of motion which one is taken along with mass to measure force ?**

- (A) Velocity
- (B) Change of velocity
- (C) Rate of change of velocity
- (D) Square of velocity

**143. **

**144. To what height will a ball rise when it is projected vertically upwards with a velocity of 14 m/s ? ****(g = 9.8 m/s2)**

- (A) 7 m
- (B) 10 m
- (C) 14 m
- (D) 20 m

**145. If the length of an electric conductor is doubled by a machine, then its specific resistance shall be :**

- (A) one-fourth
- (B) halved

**146. (i) Molecular weight is applicable in the cases of compounds only.**

**(ii) Molecular weight is applicable in the cases of all elements and all compounds.**

**(iii) Molecular weight is applicable in the cases of all compounds and some elements.**

- (A) (i) is correct and (ii) and (iii) are wrong
- (B) (ii) is correct and (i) and (iii) are wrong
- (C) (iii) is correct and (i) and (ii) are wrong
- (D) (i), (ii) and (iii) are wrong

147. **(i) Lithium ion**

** (ii) Fluoride ion**

** (iii) Magnesium ion**

** (iv) Chloride ion**

**Which two of the above contain the same number of electrons ?**

- (A) (i) and (ii)
- (B) (iii) and (iv)
- (C) (i) and (iv)
- (D) (ii) and (iii)

148. (i) The valency of `Fe’ in FeCl2 and that of ‘S’ in SO2 are the same.

(ii) The valency of `Sn’ in SnO2., and that of ‘C’ in 0014 are the same.

(iii) The valency of ‘N’ in N20 and that of ‘S’ in H2S are the same.

- (A) (i) and (iii) are correct and (ii) is worng
- (B) (ii) is correct and (i) and (iii) are wrong
- (C) (i) and (ii) are correct and (iii) is wrong
- (D) (iii) is correct and (i) and (ii) are wrong

**149. (i) N2 (ii) F2 (iii) CO2 (iv) H2O**

**Considering the number of electrons taking part in the bonding of each of the above molecules, which one of the following sequences is in the increasing order ?**

- (A) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
- (B) (ii) (iv) (i) (iii)
- (C) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv)
- (D) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i)

**150. **

**(i) Zinc oxide forms salt and water reacting with an acid.**

**(ii) Zinc oxide forms salt and water reacting with a base.**

**(iii) All metals produce hydrogen reacting with either dilute sulphuric acid or dilute hydro-chloric acid.**

- (A) (i) and (ii) are correct and (iii) is wrong
- (B) (ii) and (iii) are correct and (i) is wrong
- (C) (i) and (iii) are correct and (ii) is wrong
- (D) (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct