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Discussion :: Verification of Truth - Verfication of Truth (Q.No.5)

5. 

What is found necessarily in milk?

[A]. Cream
[B]. Curd
[C]. Water
[D]. Whiteness

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Shantanu said: (Sep 4, 2010)  
All types of milk has white colour it is necessery part of it.

Kannan said: (Sep 7, 2010)  
Even though water, curd and cream are removed from milk it will be white in color.

Nishtha said: (Sep 26, 2010)  
Even though water, curd and cream are removed from milk it will be white in color due to the reason that it is rich in calcium, Casein which helps contribute to milk's white color.

Gaurav said: (Nov 21, 2010)  
Milk is not milk at all if you remove water. Milk is 87 % water.

Anji said: (Nov 23, 2010)  
milk is a symbol of white

Ankit said: (Feb 9, 2011)  
camel's milk in yellow or pink in colour

Sathyapriya said: (Feb 20, 2011)  
Milk is awhite color. But we can get cream and curd from milk.

Vibhu said: (Feb 27, 2011)  
There is a large amount of water in the milk.

Anuja said: (May 14, 2011)  
Any type of milk contain water.

Mithun said: (Jul 26, 2011)  
Water is a major element of milk. I hope, B should be the correct answer

Lovecracker said: (Nov 12, 2011)  
Guys yarn is an animal in Australia which gives pink milk. So DATA insufficient.

Blackpearl said: (May 18, 2012)  
Friends it is not a fact that milk will always be white in colour as cow's milk is a little bit yellowish in colour and I also agree with the fact that Mr. Gaurav said.

Shyla said: (Jul 28, 2012)  
Always milk is not white in colour. I think all the options are right so I agree with Lovecracker, the data is insufficient they (milk) can be of different colour.

Don said: (Nov 3, 2012)  
It is best and most suitable example for whiteness.

Preeti said: (Nov 6, 2012)  
Whiteness of milk can be changed by adding color but water can never be removed as it is the major constituent.

Raja said: (Mar 20, 2013)  
Water is the necessary substance of milk, Without water milk state would change in Milk powder.

Nitish Kumar said: (Sep 30, 2013)  
Milk can also be flavoured i.e. it can also be coloured due to the flavours added to it but it necessarily contains water because if water is not present in the milk than it is not milk but is milk powder so, according to me milk necessarily have water.

Varun Kumar said: (Jul 22, 2014)  
In older days milk didn't used to have more water then compared to now.

Now-a-days milk does not even contain cream or can not be converted into curd but it is still white irrespective of all other its components.

Legend said: (Jan 11, 2015)  
Water will be the answer as milk has certain amount of water in it. Whiteness I will disagree as different mammals vary in the colour of milk they produce.

Anu said: (Feb 6, 2015)  
We can't see water in the milk. As we can't see the water in milk how can you people tell that water is right. And water is 111% wrong. Right one is white.

Biswa said: (Aug 16, 2016)  
Milk is always in white.

Blesding said: (Sep 24, 2016)  
The first stage of milk after the cow has given birth is always brown in color.

Hafeez said: (Jul 4, 2017)  
Milk must be white in colour, because without other three, the existence of milk is possible. Like (dry milk).

Maya Sharma said: (Dec 11, 2017)  
Whiteness in milk is due to casein protein and if we remove casein like then white color can also be removed so how can the answer be whiteness?

Pushpendra Singh Rajpoot said: (Mar 5, 2018)  
I agree the white color of milk is generally present in all type milk.

Piyush Kumar said: (May 26, 2019)  
Hippo milk is Pink in colour, colostrum milk of animals is yellow in colour.

Anamika said: (Sep 18, 2019)  
Even cow's milk is not properly white its yellowish (off white).

Rubbal said: (Jun 11, 2020)  
Answer should be water.

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