A given signal's second harmonic is twice the given signal's __________ frequency...?


Options: Fourier,    Foundation,    Fundamental,    Field

Ans:C,C






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Ans:D,D


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Options: longest road,    highest road,    busiest road,    None of the above

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Options: Indo-Greeks,    Sakas,    Parthinas,    Kushanas

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Options: halophytes,    hydrophytes,    mesophytes,    xerophytes

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Options: Father Discoste,    Thomas Hardy,    Charles Dickens,    Lewis Caroll

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Options: petrol,    alcohol,    water,    kerosene

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Options: Taiga,    Savannah,    Pampas,    Prairies

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Options: About 8 hours,    About 12 hours,    About 16 hours,    About 18 hours

Ans:B,B


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Options: The brake used in modern elevators,    Jet Engine,    Turbine,    Hydraulic Crane

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Options: 500 volts,    5 thousand volts,    25 thousand volts,    100 thousand volts

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Options: Bhutan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan,    Bhutan, Bangladesh, the Maldives, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka,    Afghanistan, Pakistan, Thailand, Indonesia, Nepal and Sri Lanka,    None of the above

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Options: Frisbee,    Monopoly,    Ouija board,    Ping Pong

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Options: 586 BC,    1000 BC,    560 BC,    750 BC

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Options: Karnataka,Kerala,Tripura,Madhya Pradesh

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Options: crater,    geyser,    hot spring,    volcano

Ans:B,B


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Options: English only,    Hindi only,    English or Hindi,    English, Hindi or mother tongue

Ans:D,D


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Options: Caribbean sea,    Caspian sea,    Red sea,    Yellow sea

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The book 'A Farewell to Arms' was written by
Options: Charles Dickens,    Ernest Hemingway,    Thomas Hardy,    Huxley

Ans:B,B


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Options: Chalukyas,    Cholas,    Pallavas,    Satavahanas

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Options: Electrons,    Electromagnetic radiations,    Alpha particles,    Neutrons

Ans:D,D


The soil found in areas of heavy rainfall and high humidity, where there is good growth of vegetation is
Options: peat and marshy soil,    saline and alkaline soil,    black soil,    alluvial soil

Ans:A,A


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Options: Chinese, English,    Chinese, Arabic,    Chinese, French,    Chinese, Korean

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Options: Middle East,    North Africa,    both (a) and (b),    None of the above

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Gypsum is added to cement clinker to
Options: increase the tensile strength of cement,    decrease the rate of setting of cement,    facilitate the formation of colloidal gel,    bind the particles of calcium silicate

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Two of the great Mughals wrote their own memories. There were
Options: Babar and Humayun,    Humayun and Jahangir,    Babar and Jahangir,    Jahangir and Shahjahan

Ans:C,C


The central banking functions in India are performed by the Central Bank of India Reserve Bank of India State Bank of India Punjab National Bank
Options: I, II,    II,    I,    II, III

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Options: 1992,    1979,    1988,    1954

Ans:B,B


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Options: revolution/danger,    peace,    protest,    truce

Ans:C,C


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Options: 15 trillion,    20 trillion,    25 trillion,    30 trillion

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Options: an addition reaction,    a condensation reaction,    an oxidation reaction,    an elimination reaction

Ans:B,B


Who suggested that most of the mass of the atom is located in the nucleus?
Options: Thompson,    Bohr,    Rutherford,    Einstein

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Options: Mercury,    Lithium,    Lead,    Silver

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Options: the office of the P.M.,    the office of Director General of Doordarshan,    the office of NFDC,    the Doordarshan C.P.C

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Options: 1958,    1964,    1973,    1988

Ans:C,C

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