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Beed District Court Question paper Set 1

  1. Manometer is used to measure

1) Pressure

2) Gravity

3) Humidity

4) Volume

Ans:-  1) Pressure

  1. Calorie is the unit of

1) Temperature

2) Heat

3) Power

4) Energy

Ans:- 2) Heat

  1. A straight rod partially immersed in water seems bent. Its reason is

1) Refraction

2) Reflection

3) Different temperature of water levels

4) High pressure of water at the bottom

Ans:- 1) Refraction

  1. Which law states that a liquid inside a closed system exerts equal pressure in all directions?

1) Boyle’s law

2) Pascal’s law

3) Graham’s law

4) Gay – Lussac’s law

Ans:- 2) Pascal’s law

  1. An electro-magnet is made of

1) Soft iron

2) Copper

3) Hard Steel

4) Zinc

Ans:- 1) Soft iron

  1. Only two elements are in liquid state at room temperature. They are

1) Bromine, Iodine

2) Hafnium, Mercury

3) Bromine, Mercury

4) None of these

Ans:- 3) Bromine, Mercury

  1. A stone was dropped freely in a river flowing down a bridge. The stone takes 2 seconds in touching the water surface. The height of the bridge is

1) 9.8 m

2) 19.6 m

3) 39.2 m

4) Data inadequate

Ans:- 2) 19.6 m

  1. 1 micron is equal to

1) 0.1 mm

2) 0.01 mm

3) 0.001 mm

4) 0.0001 mm

Ans:- 3) 0.001 mm

  1. The most abundant gas found in earth’s atmosphere is

1) Oxygen

2) Carbon dioxide

3) Hydrogen

4) None of these

Ans:- 1) Oxygen

  1. The Chemical formula of Caustic Soda is

1) Na(OH)2

2) Na2CO3

3) NaOH

4) NaCl

Ans:- 3) NaOH

  1. Air cooler will be most effective in

1) Kolkata

2) Guwahati

3) Puri

4) New Delhi

Ans:- 4) New Delhi

  1. A certain distance was covered at a certain speed. If half of the distance is covered in twice time, the ratio between new speed and original speed is

1) 1 : 2

2) 1 : 4

3) 2 : 1

4) 4 : 1

Ans:- 2) 1 : 4

  1. The number of electrons in Na+ is-

1) 11

2) 10

3) 12

4) 13

Ans:- 2) 10

  1. The most electro negative element in the following is

1) F

2) Cl

3) Br

4) I

Ans:- 1) F

  1. Rh factor is related to

1) Blood Transfusion

2) Atmospheric Pressure

3) Blood Pressure

4) Space

Ans:- 1) Blood Transfusion

  1. A force of 50N acts on a body and moves the body on a straight path to a distance of 4 metres. Find the work done if the force acts at an angle of 60 with horizontal.

1) 100J

2) 300J

3) 10J

4) 200J

Ans:- 1) 100J

  1. The length of pendulum is reduced to one fourth. Its time period will be

1) Twice

2) Eight times

3) Half

4) None of these

Ans:- 3) Half

  1. An element which changes the rate of a chemical reaction but does not undergo any change in itself, is called

1) Electrolyte

2) Catalyst

3) Lubricant

4) Litmus

Ans:- 2) Catalyst

  1. At constant temperature the volume of a given mass of a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure. It is known as

1) Charles’ Law

2) Boyle’s Law

3) Avogadro’s Law

4) Dalton’s Law

Ans:- 2) Boyle’s Law

  1. The resistance of an electric circuit/ implement is measured by

1) Meggar

2) Ammeter

3) Ohm-meter

4) None of these

Ans:- 3) Ohm-meter

  1. Solenoid is a

1) Shaft

2) Hollow tube

3) Tube on which wire is coiled

4) Cell

Ans:- 3) Tube on which wire is coiled

  1. At a uniform accleration which of the motion equations is correct

1) v = u – at

2) v = u + at

3) s = ut – ½ at2

4) u = v + at

Ans:- 2) v = u + at

  1. A body starts from rest at an acceleration of 2m/sec*2. The distance covered by the body in 2 seconds is

1) 2 m

2) 8 m

3) 4 m

4) 1 m

Ans:- 3) 4 m

  1. The c.g.s. unit of density is

1) gm/cm3

2) gm/cm2

3) gm/cm

4) kg/cm3

Ans:- 1) gm/cm3

  1. When a body is partially of fully immersed in a liquid it experiences a loss in its weight that is equal to the weight of liquid displaced by its immersed part. This principle is of

1) Boyle

2) Pascal

3) Terricelli

4) Archimedes

Ans:- 4) Archimedes

  1. The unit of force in cgs unit is

1) Newton

2) Dyne

3) ms-2

4) K

Ans:- 2) Dyne

  1. Humidity in the atmosphere is measured by

1) Hydrometer

2) Hygrometer

3) Manometer

4) Pyrometer

Ans:- 2) Hygrometer

  1. Density of pure water at 4°C is

1) 100 kg./m2

2) 1000 kg/m3

3) 1000 gm/cm3

4) 1000 gm/cm2

Ans:- 2) 1000 kg/m3

  1. Momentum, mass and velocity are related as

1) Momentum = mass/velocity

2) Momentum = mass × velocity

3) Velocity = mass × momentum

4) Mass = momentum × velocity

Ans:- 2) Momentum = mass × velocity

  1. 1 second is …… part of a mean solar day.

1) 1/84600

2) 1/85000

3) 1/86400

4) 1/80000

Ans:- 3) 1/86400

  1. The unit of Young’s Modulus of Elasticity in MKS system is-

1) Nm-2

2) N/cm2

3) Dynes/cm

4) Dynes/cm2

Ans:- 1) Nm-2

  1. The property of a metal which reduces its strength when it is subjected to reversal of stress is called

1) Fatigue

2) Creep

3) Resilience

4) Elasticity

Ans:- 1) Fatigue

  1. Melting point of cast iron (in °C) is in the range of

1) 1150-1300

2) 1800-1900

3) 1450-1600

4) 600-700

Ans:- 3) 1450-1600

  1. The buckling loads depend upon

1) slenderness ratio

2) cross-sectional area

3) modulus of elasticity

4) All of the above

Ans:- 4) All of the above

  1. ‘Anvil’ is used in the work of

1) Forging

2) Welding

3) Fitting

4) Machining

Ans:- 2) Welding

  1. In an electrical circuit resistance is 55 Ohms and current 4 amperes. What is voltage?

1) 220V

2) 13.75V

3) 0

4) 110V

Ans:- 2) 13.75V

  1. Bell metal contains Cu and….

1) Al

2) Sn

3) Zn

4) Ni

Ans:- 2) Sn

  1. To produce flat surfaces by a reciprocating type of machine tool is called

1) Lathe

2) Shaper

3) Drill

4) Milling

Ans:- 1) Lathe

  1. Which is the most elastic material?

1) Rubber

2) Timber

3) Plastic

4) Steel

Ans:- 4) Steel

  1. Which of the following has the highest Poisson’s ratio?

1) Steel

2) Copper

3) Aluminium

4) Rubber

Ans:- 1) Steel

  1. D.C. Generator works on the basis of

1) Faraday’s law of e.m.induction

2) Ohm’s law

3) Lenz’s law

4) Newton’s law

Ans:- 1) Faraday’s law of e.m.induction

  1. When x = 2, the value of (0.5 – 1/x) =?

1) 1.5

2) -1.5

3) 0.5

4) 0

Ans:- 4) 0

  1. What number has to be added to the terms of 3 : 5 to make the ratio 5 : 6?

1) 13

2) 7

3) 12

4) 6

Ans:- 2) 7

  1. Find the value of {8-2 X 8-2/8+2 X 5}

1) 3

2) 2

3) 6

4) 4

Ans:- 2) 2

  1. The sum of three consecutive numbers is 18; find the sum of the next three consecutive numbers?

1) 24

2) 30

3) 27

4) 35

Ans:- 3) 27

  1. log5 125 = x; x =?

1) 25

2) 3

3) 2

4) 5

Ans:- 2) 3

  1. Find the value of x in (22) 1/3 (2X +1/2) = 2-5

1) – 4

2) +4

3) -2

4) +2

Ans:- 1) – 4

  1. A two digit number is 7 times the sum of its two digits. The number that is formed by reversing its digits is 18 less than the original number. What is the number?

1) 52

2) 42

3) 62

4) 27

Ans:- 2) 42

  1. A sum of money becomes Rs. 20,925 in 2 years and Rs. 24,412.50 in 5 years. Find the rate of interest and the sum of money

1) 8%, Rs.17,560

2) 6.25%, Rs.18,600

3) 7%, Rs.18,000

4) 6.75%, Rs.17,775

Ans:- 2) 6.25%, Rs.18,600

  1. Find the sum fraction which becomes ½ when denominator is increased by 4; the same fraction becomes 1/8 when the numerator is reduced by 5.

1) 3/5

2) 5/8

3) 6/8

4) 8/12

Ans:- 3) 6/8

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