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You Are On Multi Choice Question Bank SET 1596

79801. The recommended noise level is

79802. First-angle projection is primarily used in Europe and Asia.

79803. If the first stage of labour is prolonged IV glucose is given to prevent

79804. The top, front, and bottom views align in this manner:

79805. Television and sound films are the example of

79806. If a plane is parallel to the plane of projection, it appears:

79807. The multipurpose worker scheme launched in

79808. This line pattern is composed of three dashes, one long dash on each end with a short dash in the middle:

79809. Radiation sickness is other wise known as

79810. This is the plane upon which the top view is projected:

79811. Harpendens calipers is used to measure

79812. An advantage of this type of view is that each view shows the object all the way through as if it were transparent:

79813. A brief description of an observed behavior or incident is known as

79814. Perspective drawings are classified according to their number of ground lines.

79815. Backbone of public health nursing is

79816. All parallel lines that are not parallel to the picture plane vanish at a point.

79817. The aldehyde test of Napier is a simple test widely used in India for the diagnosis of

79818. All lines in the picture plane are shown in their true lengths.

79819. What is the concept of vision 2020?

79820. Lines that are parallel to the picture plane remain parallel to one another and do not converge to a vanishing point.

79821. Minimum need programme was introduced in

79822. Shading pictorial drawings may lead to confusion when describing shapes of objects.

79823. The process of restriction of movement of persons who come in contact of diseased person is called as

79824. Perspective drawings are the least time-consuming types of pictorials to draw by hand.

79825. Vitamin A supplementation gives to children from the age of 1 to 6 years should by every

79826. The horizon in the perspective view should be drawn at the same level above the ground line as the height of the station point.

79827. If the area of a metal wire of a given length is doubled,its resistance will be:

79828. Only vertical lines behind the picture plane are foreshortened.

79829. Which one of the following is called as valance electron in an atom?

79830. Parallel lines converge toward a single point on the horizon called the vanishing point.

79831. Interpoles are connected in:

79832. Most CAD programs produce only wireframe, not solid perspective representations.

79833. In three phase delta connection,line voltage is

79834. The vanishing point is the intersection of the ground plane with the picture plane.

79835. Cells are connected in series to get:

79836. Using CAD, you are typically able to select viewing distance, focal point, z-axis convergence, and arc resolution scale for perspective representations.

79837. No load test on a transformer is conducted to measure:

79838. The picture plane should never be placed behind the station point.

79839. 1 micro ohm is -----------ohm.

79840. The position of the observer's eye is called the station point.

79841. In SI unit one coloumb of electricity corresponds to a quantity of electrons about:

79842. The picture plane can be placed either behind the object or in front of the object.

79843. Which of the following does not depend on the resistance of a conductor?

79844. One-point perspective is also known as angular perspective.

79845. Which of the following material have negative temperature coefficient of resistance?

79846. Two-point perspective is also known as:

79847. How many 6 volt lamps are required to make a decorative serial set of operating voltage of 240 V?

79848. This is the intersection of the ground plane with the picture plane:

79849. What is the use of Eureka wire?

79850. Which is not a property of an insulator?

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