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## Engineering mathematics Mock Test

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Question 1 |

less than or equal to r | |

equal to r | |

greater than r | |

less than r |

Question 2 |

det A≠ 0 | |

. det A= 0 | |

A is non- singular | |

A is orthogonal |

Question 3 |

it is inconsistent | |

it has only the trivial solution x = 0, y = 0, z = 0. | |

determinant of the matrix of coefficients is zero | |

It can be reduced to a single equation and so solution does not exist |

Question 4 |

p + q = 1 | |

p –q = 1 | |

p – q = 0 | |

p + q = 0 |

Question 5 |

^{-1}(y / x) is

-1 | |

0 | |

1 | |

2 |

Question 6 |

4 | |

10 | |

17 | |

14 |

Question 7 |

straight lines | |

ellipses | |

parabolas | |

circles |

Question 8 |

aF(s/a) | |

1/a F(as) | |

1/a F(s/a) | |

aF(as) |

Question 9 |

the co- efficient matrix is a real symmetric matrix | |

the co- efficient matrix is a diagonally dominant | |

the augmented matrix is an orthogonal matrix | |

the co- efficient matrix is a symmetric matrix |

Question 10 |

polynomial of degree more than 1 | |

polynomial of degree more than 2 | |

polynomial of degree more than 0 | |

constant |

Question 11 |

3 | |

4 | |

2 | |

1 |

Question 12 |

0.6 | |

0.36 | |

√0.6 | |

-0.6 |

Question 13 |

positive semi definite | |

indefinite | |

negative semi definite | |

negative definite |

Question 14 |

^{z1/2 }at z = 0is of the type

isolated singularity | |

removable singularity | |

essential singularity | |

isolated and removable singularities |

Question 15 |

thrice | |

half- times | |

twice | |

three by two times |

Question 16 |

^{rd}rule, the interval h for closer approximation should be

small | |

odd or large | |

large | |

even and small |

Question 17 |

Taylor’s method | |

Picard’s method | |

Adam’s Bash forth method | |

Euler’s method |

Question 18 |

Varignon’s theorem | |

Lame’s theorem | |

Pappus and Guldinus theorem | |

Principle of transmissibility |

Question 19 |

starting | |

stopping | |

maximum power speed | |

specific speed |

Question 20 |

Compton Effect and Bragg’s law | |

Photoelectric effect and Compton Effect | |

Compton Effect and pauli’s principle | |

Bragg’s law and photoelectric effect |

Question 21 |

The uncertainty principle | |

The exclusion principle | |

Induced emission of radiation | |

Interference of matter waves |

Question 22 |

completely transmitted | |

completely reflected | |

partly reflected and partly transmitted | |

completely absorbed |

Question 23 |

differential absorption | |

diffraction | |

interference | |

fluorescence |

Question 24 |

controlled heat treatment of ceramics | |

controlled heat treatment of glass | |

mixing glass powder with ceramics | |

melting and cooling the raw material |

Question 25 |

Curie | |

Curie- Weiss | |

Neel | |

Debye |

Question 26 |

intrinsic semiconductor | |

extrinsic semiconductor | |

metal | |

insulator |

Question 27 |

0 | |

–B | |

-1 | |

–H |

Question 28 |

slow propagation of cracks | |

plastic deformation | |

slow propagation of cracks and plastic deformation | |

fast propagation of cracks |

Question 29 |

below the centre of buoyancy | |

above the centre of buoyancy | |

above the metacentre | |

below the metacentre |

Question 30 |

0.5 m/s | |

1.5 m/s | |

2.8 m/s | |

4.6 m/s |

Question 31 |

1 | |

2 | |

3 | |

4 |

Question 32 |

_{5}of waste water is determined to be 150mg/L at 20

^{0}C. The k value is known to be 0.23 per day. What would be ultimate BOD?

180 mg/L | |

205 mg/L | |

220 mg/L | |

250 mg/L |

Question 33 |

relative magnitudes of the core loss and the copper loss | |

magnitude of the core loss | |

magnitude of the primary voltage | |

magnitude of the secondary voltage |

Question 34 |

increases the starting torque | |

increase the armature flux | |

reduce the starting current | |

maintain the constant flux |

Question 35 |

A low resistance is series with the ammeter | |

A high resistance is series with the ammeter | |

A low resistance in parallel with the ammeter | |

A high resistance in parallel with the ammeter |

Question 36 |

operator error | |

environment error | |

instrument error | |

random error |

Question 37 |

KW | |

KWH | |

KVA | |

Voltas |

Question 38 |

flux in coil 1 to the change of flux in coil 2 | |

current in coil 1 to the change of current in coil 2 | |

flux in coil 1 to the change of current in coil 1 | |

flux coil 2 to the change of current in coil 1 |

Question 39 |

^{3}of air at atmospheric condition enters into the vessel.

100.2 kJ | |

120.5 kJ | |

140.65 kJ | |

151.95 kJ |

Question 40 |

a closed system | |

an open system | |

an isolated system | |

combination of (A) and (B) |

Question 41 |

conservation of energy | |

conservation of heat into work | |

conservation of work into heat | |

conservation of heat |

Question 42 |

lower temperature should be lowered keeping temperature difference same | |

higher temperature should be increased keeping temperature difference same | |

temperature difference should be increased | |

temperature difference should be decreased |

Question 43 |

mono- atomic gases | |

diatomic gases | |

real gases | |

ideal gases |

Question 44 |

floating point division | |

restoring division | |

integer multiplication | |

square root |

Question 45 |

immediate and direct addressing | |

indirect addressing | |

base addressing | |

relative addressing |

Question 46 |

Increases the CPU instruction throughput | |

Reduces the execution time of an individual instruction | |

Increases the program speed | |

(A) and (B) |

Question 47 |

10 | |

16 | |

14 | |

15 |

Question 48 |

infinite loop | |

compilation error | |

99..99..99.. | |

3..2..1.. |

Question 49 |

The amount of gas adsorbed increase with increase is pressure | |

The amount of gas adsorbed decreases with increases in temperature | |

The amount of gas adsorbed decreases with increase in the area of the absorbent | |

the adsorption is accompanied by decrease in entropy of the system |

Question 50 |

concentration to the product | |

concentration of the reactant | |

temperature | |

time |

Question 51 |

seven | |

six | |

four | |

nine |

Question 52 |

naphtha < gasoline | |

gasoline < naphtha < kerosene < diesel oil | |

kerosene < naphtha < gasoline < diesel oil | |

naphtha < gasoline < diesel oil < kerosene |

Question 53 |

ordinary differential equations with order 2 | |

ordinary differential equation with order 1 | |

partial differential equation with order 2 | |

partial differential equation with order 1 |

Question 54 |

^{2}+ y

^{2}= 4, and the plane y + z = 3 and z = 0 is

12π | |

6π | |

3π | |

π |

Question 55 |

^{2}+ y

^{2}= 1 is

4π | |

3π | |

2π | |

π |

Question 56 |

_{1}and v = c

_{2}cut orthogonallyIII. u

_{x}= -v

_{y}and u

_{y}= v

_{z}IV. u – iv is also an analytic function

(I) and (II) only | |

(I), (II) and (III) only | |

(I), (II) and (IV) only | |

(II), (III) and (IV) only |

Question 57 |

^{2}) is

2 | |

4 | |

6 | |

8 |

Question 58 |

150 | |

200 | |

300 | |

500 |

Question 59 |

< 2 | |

= 2 | |

> 2 | |

anything |

Question 60 |

One dimensional wave equation | |

One dimensional heat equation | |

Laplace equation | |

Poission equation |

List |

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