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Question number: 798

» Physics » Motion and Force

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Graph of Distance vs. Time

Graph of Distance vs. Time

Showing the graph of Distance vs. Time and slope made by it

This graph shows

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Constant acceleration

b.

Constant velocity

c.

Constant speed

d.

All of the above

Question number: 799

» Geography » Population

Appeared in Year: 2013

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Which figure relates the trend of population Growth rate of India from 1951 - 2001?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Four Graphs - population Growth rate of India Choice - A

Four Graphs - Population Growth Rate of India Choice - A

Graphs related to population Growth rate of India 1951-‘01

b.

Four Graphs - population Growth rate of India Choice - B

Four Graphs - Population Growth Rate of India Choice - B

Graphs related to population Growth rate of India 1951-‘01

c.

Four Graphs - population Growth rate of India Choice - C

Four Graphs - Population Growth Rate of India Choice - C

Graphs related to population Growth rate of India 1951-‘01

d.

Four Graphs - population Growth rate of India Choice - D

Four Graphs - Population Growth Rate of India Choice - D

Graphs related to population Growth rate of India 1951-‘01

Question number: 800

» Physics » Motion and Force

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Consider the following statements

I. Grease is used to reduce friction in bicycle chain.

II. Ball bearings are used to reduce friction in a fan.

III. Oil can be used to increase friction in a car engine.

IV. Talc can be used to reduce friction when an object is sliding on a surface.

Which of the above statement (s) is/are correct?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

I, II, and III

b.

I, III, and IV

c.

I, II, and IV

d.

II, III, and IV

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