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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
PAPER-II
Euler's formula can be used for obruining
crippli ng load for a M.S. column wrlh
hinged ends. Which one of rhc following
cundirions for rhc rario 1/k l s
robe sarisfied?
a. 5 < Ilk < 8
b. 9 < 1/k < IS
c. Ill < 1/ k < 40
d. 1/k S SO
The kinematic chain shown in the above
ligure is a

structure
b. tuechanistt1 wilh one dcgrue of
freedom
4 mechanism with IWO degret-,; of
freedom
tl. mechanism with more th>n two
of freedom
A poinr on a I ink connecting a double
slider crank wfll
a. srraighr line
b. circle
c. parabola
d. ellipse
A whcd is rolling on straight lcveltruok
1Vilh a uni fonn velocity 'v'. The
Instantaneous velocity of a poim on the
wheel lying at rhe mid-point of a radius
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a. va1ies betw<.-eu 3- and - -
1 2
b. varies between v/2 and - v/2
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c. vnnes between 3- and -
2 2
d. does not vary is equal ro v
A four-bar chain has
a. alltuming pairs
b. one naming pair and the others ar-e
pairs
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c. slidi11ll, pair and rh olhl'rs are
Luming pairs
d. ull 51iding pairs
Which one of the following pair$ Is
correctly matched?
a. Beauchamp tower ; first experiments
on journal bearings
b. Osbome Reynolds Anrifiicrion
bearings
c. Somonerfeld number: Pi1ot and Coller
hearings
d. Ball bearings Hydrodynamic
lubrication
7. Sensitiveness of a governor is defined as
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3.
Range of speed
2 '< Mean speed
2 .-.; Mean speed
b.
Range of speed
C, Mean " Range of speed_
Range of speed
d.
speed
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B,
Masses B
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and Q kg are atwchl!d to a
shall in parallel planes as shown 1n rhe
above ligure. If the shaft is rotaringar 100
rpm, rhc mass Bo is
a. 3 kg
b. 6 kg
c. 9 kg
d. 27 kg
The equation of morion bra damped
viscous vibmrion is 3x - 9x + 27x = 0
Tlte damping factor is
3. 0.25
b. 0.50
c. 0.75
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d. 1.00
A mass is suspended al the bonom (>f two
in series having stifli1ess I 0 Nlnun
and 5Nimm. The equivalent
slilliless oflhc 1Wu spring is ncnrly
a. O.JN/ mm
b. 3.3 Nlmm
c. 5 N/nun
d. 15 Nlmm
'fhe ' 'd ocity ratio in the t>.ase of compound
lrnin of wheel ctjual to
No. oftcelh on fi rst driver
a,
No of Ieeth on ht<1" lbllower
b.
d.
No. of reelh on lasr follower
No of teeth on fi rst driver
Pmclucl of teeth 1111 the drivers
of oeeth on the followers
of reeth on the followers
l'roduct ol'teedt ou the drivel'S
A loaded semi-infinite llate plato is having
"'' eUiptical hole tAla - 1) in U1c middk
as shown in U11! figure. The stress
coo1oentrmion factors at poinl either X or V
is
a I
h. 3
"' 5
d. 7
For the bolted as shown in the
above ligu!'ll. l.he bolts will develop
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a. PrTmary !ensile stt'l!sses and secondary
shear stresses
b. Prlomtr) shear stresses and secondary
shear stresses
c. Prlmnry shear stresses and Sl'Wndary
lensi le
d. Primnry tensile stresses and seoonJnry
compressive stresses
II scre.w lhread speci fie.d by M 20 2.5 ('
as per IllS ihread system means
a. lhread of 10 mm nominal
diameter and 1.5 mm pitch having
coarse tolerance
b. Metric thread of 20 mno root diametet
and 2.5 pi1ch having tulerauee
c:. Metric Uuo:-dd of line class having 2.0
mm root diameter aud 2.5 mm pitch
d. Metric of 2() mm shunk
diameter and 2.5 mm rnread depth with
c-oarse-tolel'nnce
The koy shown in the above fig1ore ls11
a. Barth key
b. Kennedy key
c. Lewis key
d. W oodrul'r key
Which one of the ftllowing stulemenlS
whh regard to belt drives is NOT correct?
a. Increase i n the angle of wrap of the
belr enables more power transmission
b. Maximum power is rransmined when
rhe centrifugal tension Is duee
tigjn tension
c. Wide and thin nell is for
btlner lifu than a thick and nam>W one
d. Crown is on the pulley to
make lhe belt rtm centmlly on the
i)UIIey
Augle of twist of a sball of a djameler 'd'
is inversely pruportiunol to
a d
b. d
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c. d'
d. d'
Which one of the following sets of
parameters should be onouilored lor
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determining safe operation of journal
beurinl!?
a. Oil wcssuru. bc:lring mclul
lempcrolure and bc:lring vibrulion
b. Bearing vibmtion. nil pressure nnd
$pe<'<l of shall
c. Bearing me1nl tempemllll'e tlnd oil
pressute
d. Oil pressure um.l bearing vibralion
1 '1. ( 1he lbllowing pairs ufpans:
1. Pai1 ol' gear in
2. Belt and pulley
J . Cylinder and plshm
4. Cam and
1\ mung !hose. the higher pairs
1L I and I
b.
c, 1.2andJ
d. l.land
20. Which one of rhe lbllowing sets of
accelerations is involved in the motion of
lhe piSI<In inside lhc C)' Ji nder or a
w1ilormly rotaling cylind mt:rhanism'!
n. Corio lis and radial ucc.:lerotfon
b. Rutlial and 1>mgen1ial acceleru1ion
Corio lis 11nd gyroscopi<; accelernlion
d. Gyroscopic and tangcnlial accclcmtion
21. Consider the foiiO\,ing slalcmcllls:
I. Rntmcl bar in u round hole forms a
t11ming pair.
, A squnro har iu a square hole lorms n
slidil'\g [l!lir.
3. A venical sbafl in a fom-scep bearing
tbrrns a sueccssfid eo11srraim.
Which of the scmcmcms nre
IL l and3
b. I and 2
c. 2 and 3
d. 1,1and 3
22. che lilllowing Plirs of cypes 111'
bearing' and
1. Pnrcinl Juumnl bearing : Rail wng<lll
n,,lcs
1. l'ull .l numal : Oicsd cr]j;inc
crnnkshal1
J. Radial bcarin!! Combined radial and
nxinl Loads
Which of lhcsc pain; /are concctly
molchcd'l
a. I alone
b. I andl
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c. 2nnd3
J. I, 1aud 3
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Consider the following :<latcm.:nl:>
turning nf u
reciprocating engine sbown 111 the abuYe
Ggure
I em' = I 00 N.m)
1. II is a. fi>ur slroke IC engine
2. l'he is () lu I g()'
3. mcancuming momenl T., = 580/rr N m
4. II is a multi-cyl1nde.r engine
Which of 1hesc siHlemems are correct'.'
a. 1. 2audJ
h. I. 2 aud 4
c. 2. Jand .J
d.
24. The pilcbing of n ship in lhe ocean is an
oscillmory periodic motion. A ship is
pilthing 6 atxwe an\! 6 beltm, with u
period or lOs ti'om it,' h<Jriznn111l plane,
Consider lhe fol lowing stalemoms iii lhis
regurd:
1. The mdlion has u trequl.'nry t>f
osclllarion (i.e. pitching J of 3 cycles I
minute.
2. H1e mo1ion has nn angular lrequency
of 3. 14 rndls.
J. The angular vclocil)' Ill' precession of
ships rotnr is ll"/3nn radls
.J. The amplituck ofpilehfng isa/30 rud
Which of 1hc>e slatemcms are correct'!
a. I 3lld 2
b. I. 1 and 4
c. 2. 3 and 4
d. 1.3and1
25. The crilit:ul S(l\.'ed t'r a shuti is uJfel.'ll'cl b)
the.
a. und eccemricity of
shaft
b. spru1 and tbe eccemrici(y of the
c. and SP'.lll of s hall
d. span tlf che shu fl
26. Mutch lisl I (Appl icutions) with lisl II
(Joini5) :111d selectche oorrect answer :
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1 ist 1
A Roof girder
B. Cylinder of an rc engine
t:. Piston rod and cross head
0 Soltd shnft und a pinto
List II
I. Hook s joint
2. Stwewcd joint
3 Cotter joint
Welded j\lnU
5 Riveted jotnt
Codes:
A 0 C 0
a. 5 3 1 .\
h .\ 2 3 1
c. 5 2 3 4
d 4 J 5
nte following 11armm:tcr.; aru to he
calculated while designing a screw juck
1 Cure of screw
l . T urque required to rotate the
3. Principal stresses
Height of the nut
The correct sequence or the calculation of
these parameters is
a. 1, 2..\.3
b. 1. 2, 3. 4
c. 2. I.
d. 2, 1, 4, 3
2N. Consider the following types of strc:ss<s in
of a IHoi, ting tope during
acceleration ofload:
I Direct str<.'SS due to wcigth hoisted nnd
weight of the rope
2 lkmli11g str.:sses due 111 hending, c)f
over the shcaw
J. due to Initio! tightening
Accclcrutiolt stresses
Which ui' Otese urc the tle)rrect typcs of
stresse-s induced in 11 hoisting rupc during
accelcnuion of'load'1
lt 1. 2and
b. 2. 3
c I
d. L3
29 Consider the fOllowing statements
regurding a clmch;
I It need rfot be unloaded betbre
engagement
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2. It ennbks tlle prime mtll er to stun up
under no-load conditions
3. it picks up lhe l<llld gradually with th<
increase in spo:cd
4. It will not slip In the f)CHnt of
destruction
5. it is very us.: t'ul when the rmwcr unit
has jaw starung torque
of these arc the advwllages elf a
ccnuifug;ll clutch?
a. I, Zand4
b. 1, 3andS
c. 2, 3 and 5
d. 1, 3, 4 und5
30. Match List J witl1 LIJ>'t IJ aud select tlte
answer:
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List L
A. Compoutld train
B. Quick retum mech:u1ism
C. buctstrrught line motion
D. Approximate straight line mouon
List II
1. 1-lart mc:chanism
2 Coriolis forw
3. Transmission or motion around bends
and comets
4. won
Codes:
A B l'
I)
8 . I 2 3 4
b. J 2 I 4
c. 3 4 I 2
d. t 4 ' 2
Match L1st I (kinematic inversion>) witll
List II tnppllcatfons) nnd select the corred

List I
A.




Li>t II
I. Hand pump
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1. Compressor
3. Whitworth qukk ret11m me<:hanism
4. Oscillating Cylinder Engine
Codes:
A B C U
I 3 4 2
b. 2 -1 3
c. 2 3 -1 1
I 4 3 2
Motch LiSL J (Applications) witlt Lit ll
(Feature of vibration) nd se.lect the
correcl answer.::
List I
A Vibration tamper
B. Shock absot'btr
C. Frahm mehometer
D. Osc-illator
List ll
J Frequency of free vibrJlton
2. Forced vibrat ion
3. D::amplng ofvibronion
Tronsverseyibrtion
5. AhllorptiC)n nl' vihr.ticm
rodes;

b.
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c. 5 3 4 l
d. 3 4 2 5
1\lntch list I (Keys) wiUo List U
(("haracteristics) :tnd lhe

List!
A. Saddle key
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C. T:tn geul key
D. K.nnody key
Li.stU
1. Str=g, in $hear and crushing
1. Wilh.,ands i.n one direction
TransmL'ision of 1mwc:r chrnugh
liietional resistance
+. Scmiciruular in 'bapc
C'Jdes:
A D C D
a.. 3 I 2
b.
e.
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4
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2
2
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34. l'vla1ch Li<i I (i\pplic.11ion) with I tsl ll
(Drive element) and elect the correct
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List r
A Aulomobllo
B. Bicycle
C. Planing mochine
D. fun of automobile
l.isl ll
I. Flot
'2. V-belt
' Chain drive
Go:-.... dme
Codes:
.-\ B
a, 4 3
b. I 3
c,
d.
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2
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D
2
2
3
Motch List with list IJ and select the
CQrrect
Lisll
A. Unwin's formula
B. W nhl lllctor
C. Reynolds equation
D. Lew fonn f3ctor
Li$1 II
I. Bearings
2. Rivets
..., _ Ge-ars
4. Springs
Code.:
A B l' 0
I 4 2 3
b. l 3 I 4
c. 1 3 2 4
d. 2 4 1 3
In an onhogouaJ cutting test, the eutting
force :md thrust force Wet"C observed l o be
1000 N and 50() N respectively, l f the mke
anglo of tool is zero. coefficient of
frlclioo in chip-tool interl''ooc will be
. JJ2
b. 2
c. Ll ../2
d . ..fi
n,. magnitude of t.l>c cutJ ing speed for
maximum profit rate must be
a. in lite speeds tor minimum
cot ami mn.ximum production mtc
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production rnte
c. below the speed. fM minimum cns1
d. to Ole Speed for minim\lm oost
311. of mnrltJn!l$ "S 14K 14 S ..
on a grinding wbccJ rcpruscnl\-
rcspectively
n. bond type, strucl\lre. grade. grnin i1.e
'ltld ahr.asive type
h nbmsive type, g.-ain size. g1'"de.
strucluN md bond I) pc
" bond typo, atrncture, grain size
and abr.:a.sive lype
cl, abrasive t.>1>e, structure, grude. gmiJ1
size and bond type
In l<>ol life tL:llt.. doubling the .:uujng
speed 1'<!duccs the l<.>ol iife tO l /S th of I he
original. The Taylor' tool lit\: index i<l
(1, 1'2
b.
c.. 114
d. 118
40. Matclt List 1 ( of <1>Ung) w itlt J lsliJ
(Working principles) nnd select l11e corr"'"
anS"wer:
A. Die ca<ting
a. Centrifugal c.'li!ting
C. C<ntrifuging
D. ContinuOliS =tins
r ist 11
I. Molten mc(;IJ is forced Into lite di
under pressure
2. ... \..'\.-is of rotnt1oo docs not coincide w'iUl
axis of mould
3. Metal solidifies when mould is rotating
4, C'ontinuouslv pouring molten metal
into mould

A 13 C D
" 1 2 3
b. 4 .3 2 I
1 2 3 4
d. 4 2 3
l. C:onider the following statements:
fn leelrochemt.:. 11 gnndmg.
I. il rubber alumina grinding
wheel llcl' os tho Cllthode oud U1c
wo1kpiece lhc unodc
2 11 .:t1pper bonded grind.iug
whet:! acts as ;md the
as the anode
6ui iS
-' met.31 rernovol bkcs place due to the
pre$sure applied b) the grinding wheel
4. romoval takes place due to

\Vhicb of th..:sc .statemunb corn. "'Qt
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b. 1 and 4
c. 2 and 3
d. 1 nnd 4
-12. In the rolling process. roll !epnnting foroe
can be decreased b.
a. rhc
b. incroasinJ! the rnll diameter
c. providing back-up t'olls
d. it1croasiug the friction tbc
rolls a.nd the mew!
-13. Consider ll1e following statemenlS<
In forwnrd e:<tn1soon proc.,.,
I. the ram and the .:xtrudeJ protl11ct lrnVCI
in the same direction
2. the rnm and tbc c:<tnt([()(iJ/fOduct U11\' d
in tltc opposite direction
3. the speed of tnl\d qf tlu> extruded
pr<>dtiCI tl Ill that (lr !he r;Jm
4. the speed 111 t.rnvd of tho
ill JlfCl!tcr than tl1llt of the rom
Which of these "'" cm'r<ld?
laud 3
b. 2 and 3
c. 1 a.nd 'l
ol. 2 nnd 4
44. Which ()ne of tl1e followinj! lubri"'mts is
must s\lol;!hl<! for dr:1wiotg llliliJ steel wires'!
Sodium stearate
b. \VJtor
c. Litue-watcl'
d. Keroll(. 11c
45. Which one of l11c following >latemcnts is
c.orrectiJ
a. }llq flux is ued in gas welding of mild
steel
b. Bornx i$ the commonly Wltd
ou 1\ dlding electrodes
c, Laser weldins employs a
vocuum nod lhw. 3voids use
of o .<hielding method
d. A<' can be uJ>col torGTAW prvCI:ss
-16. B.:st position (}!' crnnk tor blanking
opcr-alion ln :a mcduutic.a I ptCS!:I is
a. lop dead cunlro
b. 20 degrees below top dead centro
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50.
c. 20 degrees before bottom de3d centre
<1. Hortorn dead centre
!\latch List I with L.isl II
and select the .:orrect
answer:
List l
A Dlo cast in
B. Shell molding
C. COz molding
LJ. Centrifuga l casting
1.i11 n
I. Phenol formaldehyde
2. C.!. pipes
3. Non-ferrous alloys
4. Sodium .sJlicntd
Codes:
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d. , 2 4
Which one of the l'ollmving sels of tools or
tools and processes are nom1ally employed
for n"llcing dituncl.-r holds'/
" Boring tool
h. lH A tool (Borin1]
asocintlon) and gun drill
c. Gtm drill tlnd hoti ng cool
II Boring toll :rnd ll'llpanning
Which one of the processes ol'
gear manufncturu r0 uHs- in bt:St llCCuracy
of the i nvolutos gear tooth prolilc'/
a. Milling
h. llohbing
c. Rot1ry
d. t)lpe gear shapcr
One Qf the mdcx plat"'i of a milling
muchjn<.: dividing beau llllll the lil lli>w ittg
hole circiCI!:
15 : 16 : 17 : 18 : 19 :211
A ge>r wheel t<:th has to l>e milled
by indexing method, ro muchine
toollt. TitC Wdei! L'fank bO$ tO he
I'Ototed lllrougb
a. 17 bOld' in the 20- bole cirole
b. boles In the 10-holes cird e
a. 1 revolutinn and 3 holes in -.?-hole-
circle
d. 1 revolution and 2 holes in I 8-hole
..:irclt)
Sl.
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54.
55.
7 ul IS
Wlticll one of the following loleronocs set
on inn<! r diameter fi nd <Hiler diameter
respectiVely <lf headed dig hush for prei<s
tit is corn:J:t?
a. G 7h6
b. r 7 n6
c. H 7 h6
d. F 7 j6
Mlch l.ist I (Components of a tlble fan)
with List U (NfanuJitcluriug pm"csS<!s) aud
select the \!Ofi'CCL3nswt:r:
List I
A. Bose willu tond
B. Bltule
C. Annature coil wire
1) . Annatnreshatl
l.islll
I , Stamping and pressing
2 Wire drawing
3. Tutning
4. Caslin!!
Codes;

b.
c.
d.
A
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2

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4
4
2
D
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Crater wenr starts at some distance from
the tO(> I lip b<C<JIISC
il . Cutting llllld cnnoQt pe-netrate tltal

b. StrCJ!C On t-nkc: f:1cc is m:tximunt ul the
region
c. tJ'ool fitreugih s minimum at that region
d. Tool temperature IS masituum al thal
t'<:gion
Consider foUowing tuol
I. uss
2. Cemented en>
3. C er:t m ics
4, Di:nntlnd
The correct sequence of lheRe rnater1n. ls in
Qrder cutting 11eed
a. 4. 3, l. 2
b. .!. 3. 2, I
c.. 3, .[, 2. l
d. 3, 4. L 2
Cousidct Ute ft1llowiug II"'""'"''"
L CiJis weldi11g
2. Tltennil welding
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3. Arc welding
Resistnnce welding
l'he correct of Ulese processes 1n
increasing order of
l<nnpcrnturt is
n. 1. 3. 4. 2.
b. !. 2. 3. 4
c. 4. 3, I. 2
d. 4. I. :l, 2
l'v!Jlteh Lilli I wllh Li; t II and the
correct answer:
1.-istl
A. Quick return mcdl"nism
B. Apron mcchan.lsm
C. lndll.'ting mcQhnnism
D. Re>gulnting. wbcol
List U
I , Lnlhe
2. Millin,!! mach me
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Shnper
4 Centre less grinding
t'odes:
A B t'

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b. 2 3 4
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4 2 3
D
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d. J 2 4
Consid<:r th<! following chnracteristic:o of
robot;
I. The I ip of the robot amt moves li'om
one poittl ro another wilb it's In
b-.:1\\oon path nol being
2. it can bo used for drilling holts at
different points in a work piece.
3. It eM be used for V bull joint welding
between two poiLtts.
4.. 'llte memory copa.,ity required for
conttol unit is low. \VIticb of tlttsc arc
lhe -with a
point to point robot1
:1, 1 3nd 2
b.
c. l . 2 ond 4
d. 2. 3 J.nd 4
Mnlcb Lit 1 (Components used in jigs und
with l.,ist U (Thatr functions) and
select the correct
J..isrl
A. Jack pin
B. V -locator
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60.
61.
C. Bushes
D. Ejectors
LisliJ
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l . To guide the drill bit duting machining
2 l'or easy removal of the work piece
from th" j ig or 11ller the
machining. is oYc.r
3. To locale the creular or samidrc.ular
objects in "jig or lh-ture
4. To locate '">rk piee"" whose
tlicucnsiQns subject to

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b. 3 4 2
c. 4

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d. 4 3 2
Match LiL I (Scientist) with List II
(Researeh woti.:) and select the conlll:l
answer;
Listl
A. Schcw:ut
B. Tagucbi
C. Erlnng
List II
1 L""s fwtclton in qualitv
2. Quening model
3. Zero
4. Control charts
C<><lc:
A 0 c

3 1 2
b. 3 1
c. 4 1 2
d.. 3 4
The mnnogemcnl 1 interested know tho;
t>ercontage (If idle time of equipment. '11te
trinl study showed that pcrcon!Dgc M idle
time would be 11te number of
random observnbons nec<'l;S:Jt')' for 9S
0
o
lc\ei <Jfconfid"'l.cc and 5o accurocy b
a. MQ(l
b. 1600
640
d. 160
Which one of tho following IS NOT n
leohn ique of PI\ I I'S'I
1. S)"tthetic dnta
2 Slop-watch t.ime s1udy
3. Work
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62. Rowon Incentive pion is glven by IR
rotc, T Acmal lime; wkcn l11r job.
T, = Slanda1u time for job T, = Sl11n<la <I
Lime lor j nh aud 11- Ellming)
1
T T)
= fl T
1
T fl
T
l'he shape or the curves between bonus
eurne<l oud Lineso\led is "
Stroight Line
b. Parnbola
c. lino
(1. line
63. Lut year. a manotllcturer rwuduced 15000
pn)tl\ct wo:re w ill R.. ench ,\t
that volume. the fixw CO$ts wen: Rs. 1:5.2
1_,. aJ.td lotol vrillbfo .;oslo were R.21
11te break won IJUnlity of produ.:t
Wf>llld be
. 4000
1!. 7SOO
.:. 8400
d. 9500
64. Cons iucr lbo followine statement>
rcg:udlng plant location and ... pkmt layout:
1. Qualitative factor "llnlysis i o method
of e\Olluating a poteutial location
"itl10ut npplyiug quanlibtiw volu<'S to
tltc decis ion criteria.
2. l11c lluc" dctcnuinnnts of tl1e type of
layout are type ,.r product, type or
j)l'ocess and tlte volume of production,
3. i\n manufac(luing )l13nl
wltere lli'Oduc.tS nrc made on llSSetnbly
lines wo1dd be clas.l.fied M job shop
type of layonl
ol' tlu:se stOtt<:menL< islre
a. 1,2trnd3
b. I ond 2
c. 2 anole
d. 3
65. Routill In production plnnning and
control refers to the
a. Ba lnncing ofload on mach10es
b. Aulhonzotwn of wr,rd to be pon<lnned
c. Progrc-. ol'work perli'nmed
II. Scqu""co M ()pcr.lliOns to he
porfoJ'mod
66. Motoh Li<t I witb List U lind sel ect t.ho
corrt."Cl :mswm:
L.ist I
67,
68.
69.
'l nt IS
A. Control cluuu for ' 'urinhles
B. Control for number of non-
cont'onnities
C. Control chart for ti-J<!llon rejecle<l
D. Activity lime distribution in PERT
Codes:

b.
c.
d.
A
3
5
4
B
4
3
4
c
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D
J
2
2
Which one of the following statements is
NOT C01Tei!t?
a. Assignment model is a special case of
a lin\!.llt progn:a.mmlu_g probll!lil
b. ln queuing .models. Poisson arrivaLs
and exponential sen-ices -are asst1med
c. ln lransportalion probten ... the non-
Sl(Ua.J e mallix is made square bv
adding a dummy row or a dumntY
tolumn
d. In line:tt pr<>grAmming pn>blems, thml
oF11 dul is a primal
the lniJO\ ing st:ltcmen(s:
l. A linoor progrumming wohlem with
throe VbriabiC'I nod two con.troinls c.1n
he solved b) graphical method.
'2. For sohu1ons of a linear prognamming
prnhlcm 1\'ith mixed COMtruinls.
MIIIOthod can bo.
3. fu the soluti()n or linear
pn>gronun1llg problem usinJ!. BigM
method, when an ortitkial variahlt:
lc\'e$ the l}te oolumn or tbe
tifioiol v.riobk CJJn be removed from
table>.
Which of these statements Me corret:t'l
I. 2 aod
h. I and 2
c. l and 3
d. hnd 3
Arriv ls .tt telephone re
con;-ldered b Poisson wiUt .,, a\ or:tge
time of t() minutes between one
and the nexi. 'l11e lenQ.th ill' n phone c,, ll is
lll!sumcd t11 he ditributed "''JlOne.ntiaUy
with " mulltl of 3 minutes. Tbe probability
Lhat -a penon arri-ving. at the booth will
hove to waiL is
.
b. 0.300
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72.
(!, 0.429
d. 0,700
Dummy uclivities are used iu 1.1 1aetwork lo
a, computatiot of slacks
b. Satisl)- precedence requiremeniS
c. Determine project completion time
d. Avoid use of resources
If earliest stnning time for nn nct ivily is 8
weeks, the Ia! est finish time is 3 7 weeks
and the duration time of !he activity is II
W'-"!kS, tlten the toial fiORt i equal tl)
a. 111 weeks
b. 14 weeks
c. 56 weeks
d. 40 weeks
Consider the l<>llowing llow chat:
The printed value among X, Y md Z by
the computer w1 11 be
a. Tite highest
b. Tite middle
c, The lowest
d. of the above
73. match List I with List II and sele<.'f die
correct answer:
List I
A. RAM
B. ROM
C. DOS
D. LAN
Lisl II
1. Network of computers
2. Software which makes the
work
3. Memory used for processing
Memory In which user cannot 1vritc
anylhing

A B c D
8. I 2 3 4
b, 3 4 2
c. 2 3 4
d. J 4 2
74.
15.
76.
10 or 15
A productfon system hilS a product of
layout in which there are four machmes
laid in .series. Each machine does a
operation. Every prod.uct needsull
the four operations lo earned out. 1 he
designed capacity of e>>ch of the four
muebines is 200, 175, 160 and :!10
produciS per doy. TI>e system capacity
would be
a. 210 pmducts per duy
b. 200 produciS per day
c. 175 products 1>er day
d. 160 products per da)
Match List I (End conditions of columns)
with List ll (Equivalent length in terms of
letJ.gth of hiuged-binged column) and
sel!!ct the- oorrcct answer:

A. Botl1 cuds hinged
B. One end fixed and other end free
C. One end fixed and lhe other pin-jointed
D. Both ends fixed
List 11
I. L
2. J2 L
3. 1 / 2
4. 2 L
Codes:
3 ..
b.
"
d.
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3
Match List
B
3
3
I
I
with
correct answer:
List I
c D
4 2
2 4
2 4
-1 2
List ll and selecl
A. Bending momenr is constant
lhe
B. Bending moment is mnximum or
minimum
C. Bending moment is zero
D. Loading is constant
List II
1. Point of contra flexure
2. Shear force changes sing
.3. slope of shear Ioree diagram is zero
over the portion or the beam
4 . .shear foroe is zem over the portion of
the beam
Codes:
A B C D
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80.
a. 4 2 3
h. 3 2 4
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d. 3 1 4
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A loaded beam is shown in the above
tigure. J'he bo:nding lnomcnl diagmm of
the beam is best rl!presenled as
a.
b.
c.
1\
vv
d.
At a certain section at a distance liom
one of lhe suppons of a simply suppoied
beam. the intensily or loading. bending
moment and shear Ioree are W , . M" and
V, if intensit}' of loading
is vuryi.ng continuously along 1ho length of
the b"am. the invalid rc.Jation is
u. Slope Q, - M, ! V,
b. v, = d M, / dx
c. W, = d
2
M, I dx'
d. W, = dV, I dx
Plane s1ress at a poinl in a body is delined
hy principal stresse. 3cr andcr. llle ration
of the nunnal Slrcss Ill 01 maximum shear
stress of Lhe plane 1,)1' mnximwn shear
is
3.
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
Which 11ne of the following Mohr's circles
reproscnts I he stale of pure shear'/
a.
.b.
d.
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-$-
=$:.
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R I. l'hc state of plane >tress in a plate Clf I 00
mm Lhickncss is given as
u u = I OON l mm' . o., =lOON l mm'
Young's modules = 300 N/mm'
Poisson's ration = 0.3
The srress developed in lhe direcllon of
is
a.
b. 9U N/mm
1
c. 100 N/mm
1
d. 200 Nf mnl
82. lh!! tolli)\Ving IOOIS;
I. lligh carbon steel tools
2. I ligh speed stccllol)b
3. Ceramic 10ols
4. Carbide tools
Which uf these 100b an: provWcd with
negative mke angle'?
a. I nnd 2
b. 2 and 3
c. I and 3
d. 3 and 4
83. A rod of lill!terial with E. - 20() ' I o' Ml'a
and a = I 0'
3
nunfmm"C is tixed at bo01
lhc ends. II is unilonnly heated thai
U1e increase in lempernturc i.s. 3oc. The
stress develuped in rod is
a. 6000 N/nu11
2
(!ensile)
b. 6000 N'/ nun
2
(compressive)
c. 2000 Nfnun
1
(teosilel
d. 200(J N/nuu
1
(compressive)
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88.
1\ circular solid shatl is subjocled lo a
momenl of 400 kN.m and o
twisting of 300 kN.m. On the
basis or lhe maximum principal, stress
lheory. the direcl stress is o ac.cording
lo lhe maximum shear stress theory. lhe
stress is r. The mtio a/t alL is
a. l/5
b. 319
c. 9/5
d. 11/6
llte two cantikvcrs A and B sho\\11 in the
above figure have the same unifQnn cr<..l$$-
section and: the same material. Free end
defleccion of cantilever ' A is o. The value
of mid-span dd1ection nf the cantilever
a Is
.... ...
,_
A li nk is under n pull which lies, on one of
the faces as shown in the above figure. The
Jnaguilude or ma.ximum compressive
stress in line would be
1L 21.3 N/Jtun.'
b. l6.0 N/nuu'
c. 10.7N/ntl11
1
d. zeru
Two coiled spring,,, each having stiffuess
K. Me placed in parnllel. The stin'ness of
cl1o COIUbinaliou will be
a. 4K
b. 2K
c. K/2
d. K/4
A long slender bar having unifonn
recmngular cross- section B II ' is acted
upon by an 3)(ial compressive force. The
B and H are rarallclto and )'3Xes
respcctively, The ond5 ol' the har are fixed
8'1.
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1)1,
\)],
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such that they behave 6 pin-jointt'ti when
the bar buckles plane normal to x-axts.
and they as built-in when the bar
buckles in a plane Mrmalt<l y-axis. If load
capacity in either mode of buckling is
same. the value ofii/B wi ll be
a. 2
h. 4
c. 8
d. 16
The property by which an ammmt ul'
energy is nbsorbcd by n material withnul
plastic deforuuu.ioll, is called
a. toughness
b. impact strength
c. duccilicy
tl. resilience
11 weight of I()() N falls on 11 spring
of sl iA'ncss I kN/m from a heigh! or 2m,
the deflection c.wsed in the f'i rsc filii is
a. equal to O.lm
h. h<:tween U.l lo 0.2 m
c. tn 0.2 m
d. m!' re than tl.'2 m
Which one ol' che lollowing_ features
imprOWS the fatigue Strength Of II metall ic
material?
o. Increasing the temperat11re
b. Scracching the surface
c. Overstressing
d. Under stressing.
are
:l. for high tompennure With

b. t,cramics with mcltlllic scn:ngch nnJ
luster
c. Coaled tool. materials
d.
Pcrccnwgcs o>f various all,>ylng
present in clitlerent materials are
given below:
I. IR% W;4%Cr: 1% V;5%<.:o:0.7%C
l. 8% Mn: 4% Cr; 2% V: 6% W: U. 7% <.:
3. 27% Cr. 3% Ni; 5% Mo: 0.25% C
4. 18% Cr. 8% Ni: 0. 15% C
Which uf these relate to chat of high
sccei?
a. I anti J
b. I antl1
c. 2 and 3
d. 2 and -1
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A thin cylinder lluid ol 3 prl:llsure
of 500 Nt m'. Internal di:m\eter of th"
is Q.(i m and the t<:nsi lc stres in U1c
111oterinl is to be lintitcd tcl9()00 Tile
shell must h:ove o minimucn w:cll lhickn""'
nf nc:arly
a. 9 111111
h. I l 01111
C. 17 lUJJI
d. 21 JIUD
95. Fmm o tcusion ll:st, the yield ,treuglh of
steel is to he 200 Using
factor or of 2 and applying
maximum principal 6tres lhoory of
fai lure-. Lbc p<:tmisiblo strtss in tho stocl
hoft subjected to torque will ho
a. 50 Nlmm!
b. 57.7 N/ mm'
c. N/ mm
1
d 11)0 Nlmm'
<16. Which ul' the ro llcMing prupr.:rtlc::s is
to in slrni.n I'!IIC?
" Yield sbcngth
h. Proportionol lfmil
t. Elostic limit
cl. l ensilestronglh
97. Pearlite ctJnsists of
:1. 6.67" C :mil ferrite
h. t30,o F4: and cemcntitt:.
l3% C oil ferrite
d. 13'1o oomcnlihand 87"H<mito
98. Addition of VMMiium to <toel rusulls in
improve-me-nt of
:t. ho. 1tlrootthillty byqoonchlng
b harden ability
c. fatigue strength
11. resistance lCi oxidation at elevoted

99. Atomic packing lhctor (APF) in the case ul'
copper Cl)'&lol is
" 0.52
b. 0.6M
c. U.74
cl.
I 00. f'>urlng par3tnctlc sohdollcallon. one hltlltd
b. With one to fomo A
sccmld solid
h. iut11 1\vo dill'c!<>nl olids
c. f01tos one olid
d. fonn one solid and unother liquid
101. Consider the following advantages:
13 ut IS
l. Ropld process
?. \Vorl; witl1 keyways c.' n ground
3, j\)Q woJk holding device is required.
Which ol' these are the dvantai!"S of
centre les; grinding'/
a. L 2. und 3
b. l and 2.
c, 2a.nd 3
d. land 3
102 102. 1\.lscrtion (1\): Poisson's ratio llf a
material is a measure of in
dimension in one dircetlon due I< lcla<ling
in Uoc pcql<lndkul:u di1'<1cliou.
Rcoson (R): Tile uaturo uf ltctcl'lll &lruiu in
oninxinlly memhe:r i.tt oppul\ itt l'u
th or line.11 $lr.1in.
" A arul Rare uuc: Md R th"
c:orr-c<:l <e'<planoliun of i\
b. Boll A and R :tro but R i. NOT
the correct Ol(plonation of A
c. A is true but R is f.1lse
d. A is false hul R is true
l(l.l Assertion (A): Addition polymeru.uoon IS
a primory suonnat ion of incl1vidual
molocules into long choins.
Ren.son CR): lrt addition polymctiz. 1tlon the
reaction produces a <mall molecule as l>y-
fli'Oducl
a. Bolle A and Rar" IJ uc and R IS lite
cxplan:ction oft\
b. Both A Jnd R ore true hut R is NOT
the currect "'-Xplanaticml)f A
c. A is true oUI R L' ral<e
d. A is f;clse hut R is trne
104. Assertion (A) Nomr li:t.ed steel will Knee
lower hordu""s M\llcakd teel
Rcasou (R): n,. pc;uti., of nor.mnfucd
steel is finor 1'1nd has lower inlermolaculor
space.
a. Both A and R.1re b'IJe nnd R is the
col'!'>:! cxplon.1tiou of A
b. Bo01 A Md R arc mre but R is NOT
tho corTcct cxplantion of A
c. A i$ true R is talse
d. A is flolse but R is true
105. When a composite unil con.sishng ot'
steel rod a cruet iron lube is
tu 1111 load.
Asscrfiun (A): The ratio ul' nunnnl tn:.sc
induced in ooth lhe nileriat. ;, C<jll3l lo
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tho of oungs moduli of respecHve
materials.
Reason ( R): unit or U1<:s<>
twu mott:rialJ; is li1mlv fastened tol!othc Ill
the to i:tlliUtC: deforn;;atiuu in
hqth the m:olcrinl$,
;1, Both A Ran: true :md R is the
con"Cc\ C:l<plaMtion of A
b. Bo01 A and R are true but R i NOT
tlle COtTec.l expl:snation or A
c. A is truu but R is false
d. A is false bul R i$lnJe
l(tli, (A) Cam of a specified contour
1s preferred lo a cam with a specified
follow"' mution.
Reason (R )! Cam of specified contour
lu performance.
a. 'Both A :ond Rare true and R the
ol' A
h Both A 1md R are ltUc hut R is NO'I'
the cOrl'<:ct uf A
c. A is ttue but R is falc
d. A is l'olsc but R is true
1()7. A"ertion (A); 1n designing the size of the
fl ywheel, the weight of the am1s nnd the
boss are neg.le.:ted.
R"ason (R); ' I he fl ywheel obsorbs cne'llY
during tbose periods wbcn turuing
moment ls greater than the- re!': isting
moment
a, Bolb A Rare uue and R is lh<l"
.:<lm>cll.''<lllonollon of A
b. Both A and R OJt truo but R is NOT
U.e correcl expL1nntion o.f A
c. A is true but R;.
cl A is but!{ is true
lOS. Assertion (A): l'or u radial eng}M
Cl}ntalnin!l Rout 11r >l UIIe "Yiind<.-r!<. U1c
'itoond:ry fott:c" :u'C in i!(mlplctc bul:tucc ..
Reosou (R): The tc<Jnd"rv dir<.'Ct und
reverse rnnn " system in
l hc radial cngincm,
a, Both A R:!ll: Jnd R i3
conl!"t explanotion of A
b. Both A and R ""' true but R is NOT
the corr"".t explanation of A
c. A t< true bul R L; false
d. A is faCse but R is true
109. (i\): 111 pre-loaded rolled joims ..
there i o tendency for failure tu in
ll><> gross plate section ratl1cr lhon tlmmgh
holes.
I nl IS
Reason (R): TI1e ell'ct of prt>loading is lo
creal<! suOicient motion between the
aSgcmbled pn1ts sv thatnu sl ippnge uo!Citrs.
a. Dill!> A and lhrc 11 uc ''"d R tile
curroct c.xplimnlion of i\
b. Bnth A ond R nrc ttuc but R i> NOT
the ..:urrect explanali<m of A
c. A is lne but R is false
d. A is false hut R is true
ItO As<eniou (A) : Helical geaos are used for
transmitting motion power bctwecn
where was .Jt.raight
bevel gears used for itting
motion aud power two shills
oaoh other at 900;
Reason (R)! ln helical teeth arc
inclined to the axis of lhe shaft and are in
u.e form of. helix, whereas lit be\el gears.
let:lh :lfc lapon:tl bo01 in tlliekness :mtl
height from one end to 01e-oU1er.
a. Bolh A and Rore b"e and I< is U. o>
c.orn:ct of A
b. Bolh A and R nre lrue but R is NO'l '
tbt .:orrect expl3nation nf t\
c. ;\ i true but R is fl se
<l A il< fnlst but R is true
Ill. 1\Mertion (1\ ): To oblttin Iorge
defonnation> by cold working
intcrmf<liatc is not l'<:(llllfc<l.
Re:sun (H); Culll IV()rk:iog is pcrlbnncd
belOW the rct:l)taiJisotion lc111pC1'11lure of
the work mllt<inl .
a. Bolh A nnd Rare true and R lS the
correct explanation orA
b. BoO A aotu R ore true but R is NO'J'
the correct cxplamtion of A
c. A is true but R ;,. fube
d. A is false but R is true
112. As11llrlion (A): Oil os cuttiug flmd rusult!.
in a lmver ol'fnulion,
Re;u;nn (Rl: oil fom" n thin liquid filtn
between tho tool J>cct .Jild chip, oud iL
l"ovided ll.l'droyonic Iubricallon .
u. BoO II. ilnd Rnrc trW R lhe
or A
b. Bolh A ond R ate true hut k LS NOT
Lhc cuncet ur A
" A i true but R is false
d. A is fnlsc but R is true
113. Assertion (A): ln metal cuuin,g. lho nonnal
lnws of sliding fri<:tion nre not npplicable.
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Reason (R): Vel) high temperature is
11rodueed m tool-dtip interface.
a. Both A and Rare true :md R is the
e.xplanatJ<1n of A
b. Both 1\ 11nd R are lfue blll R is NO'J'
the corr<CI cxplnnoti<>n of A
c. A b true btll R is
d. A is lillsc but R is true
114 Assenton (A): 11tc maio <}f' culling force to
lhrusL Ioree is wry htgh in grinding
process 3.' cumparea tu othe-r mocbining
procosses.
Reason (Rl: Random orieolnl.ion and
effecti ve negruive rake angles of nlmtstvc
grains Tncr<ase the cuUing Ioree and
adversely ntleca the enning ttnd
promote rubbing nction.
o. floth A an<l Rare IIIIo and R i> thu
corrtct c_,.-ptanatiun of A
b Both A ntHI R arc tnu: but R is NOT
the cnrrcej cplonotion of A
c, A (, true hut R is fal se
d. A is but R is true
11 5, Assertion (A): The :t.xis of an NC drilling
rnachinc Spindle is denoted as z - ax is.
Reason (R): In NC machine tool. the axis
perpendiculllf to both x- and y - axes 15
desigloted as '
a. Both A 3JJd Rare uue and R is the
or A
b Both A mtd R are lme but R is NO'!'
the correCt expltmalion or A
c. A is true but R is talsc
d. A is false but R is true
I I o 1\ sscl110n (A): Double sampling is
preferred over smgle when the
qualily of incoming lots is expected t<' be
either vCr) good or very bad"
Reason ( R): With do snmpl iog. th
amount of lnspection reqttired will be
lesser than in lh" cas< of si11gle swnpling
a. Both A and Rare true and R is the
explauntitm tlf A
b. Both A :u1d 1<. are 1111e but R is NO l'
the correct of A
c. A is tne bul R IS false
d. II i.> false but is trw
117 1\sscrtiott (A): Vogel ' s approxm1tuio11
metltod Ytelds best mrtiul basic
I S of 15
feasible solution or a ti'UllSIIortalion
fli'\Jbknt
Reason (R): Vogel's method gives
allocmiuns 111 the lo,\ esl cost elements of
the I\ hole
B<)th A and true ;uul R is the
con-cct eplanation 111' A
b. Both A iJHJ R are tme but R is NOT
01c correct explanation of A
A is lruc but R is false
0. A 1s false but R is true
118. Assertion (A): Master production schedule
dnves lhe whole of production and
inventory control sys1e111 in a
01anufacluring orgunl7<ttiun.
Reason ( R). production schedule is
a I ist of dail) 1md work released by
PPC to production.
a. Bolh <\ anJ Rnre true and R is th<
correct explanation tlf A
b. Botlt A and R are true but R i' NOT
the correct <Xplannl illn 1)1' A
c. A Is lfue but R ls f:tlse
d A Is false but R is tmc
ttJ. Assertion (A): Jin:ction or Cnriole<.
acceknttion sho\>11 in 01e given figure is
correcL
( 8-- z '" v (coriol<S ""''''"'linn)

.. ... 1--
0
Reuson (R): fhe di1ectiou uf C:uiotes
accdcrnton is such ahnt It will rouuc m a
velocity v about urigm in the dircillion
oppllslle to u)
120. Assenion (A): While 11lotting uonutl
charts for averages of sub -
groups of readings arc u'cd rather than the
tndividual rcadin,S.
Reason ( R); IT oontrol chans. pl!'lltcd
with the Individual reading;. the. laoour of
ploning chan ''ill inercase.
a, l.loth i l and Rnn: true and R is the
correct explanatiOn of A
b ll11th A and R nrc true but R is NO'I
the cQrrect c.\']Jiannlif;m of A
c. A Is lfuc but R ;, false
d. A is l'olsc but R is true