# Ostensible : Manohar's ostensible job was to guard the building at night.

1.  Apparent

2.  Blatant

3.  Ostentatious

4.  Insidious

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Apparent

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# Which of the following  is true, according to the passage

1.  The fundamental laws of physics can be typically expressed in mathematical form as differential equations.

2.  The  altitude above the sea level is an example  of a typical vector field

3.  The approaches followed by Faraday and Maxwell resulted in the discovery of electromagnetic waves

4.  Scalar, vector and tensor fields are found only in four dimensional spaces

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The fundamental laws of physics can be typically expressed in mathematical form as differential equations.

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# How according to the passage , is electric power carried

1.  by dielectric and magnetic material.

2.  by the electromagnetic field  through the intervening regions of spaces outside the wires.

3.  the high frequency of electromagnetic field and radiation.

4.  an electric field existing at all points in the media surrounding the source charges

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by the electromagnetic field  through the intervening regions of spaces outside the wires.

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# What did Faraday compare, the concept of an electric field existing at all points in the media around the source charges

1.  the movement of waves in a sea.

2.  the forces acting on each charge or current.

3.   the curved or elliptical path followed by a rainbow.

4.  the stresses and  strains found in an elastic material

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the stresses and  strains found in an elastic material

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# A. The main problem with the notion of price discrimination is that it is not always a bad thing, but that it is the monopolist who has the power to decide who is charged what price. B. The main problem with the notion of price discrimination is not that it is always a bad thing, it is the monopolist who has the power to deide who is charged what price. C. The main problem with the notion of price discrimination is not that it is always a bad thing, but that it is the monopolist who has the power to decide who is charged what price. D. The main problem with the notion of price discrimination is not it is always a bad thing, but that it is the monopolist who has the power to decide who is charged what price.

1.  A

2.  B

3.  C

4.  D

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C

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# How, does the passage describe circuit theory

1.  as the motion of vector fields in the form of plane waves.

2.  as a low- frequency approximation of electromagnetic field theory

3.  as an inference of Maxwell’s equation on the properties of electromagnetic  fields.

4.  as the “action at a distance ”  concept of electric and magnetic forces

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as a low- frequency approximation of electromagnetic field theory

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# A. A symbiotic relationship develops among the contractors, bureaucracy and the politicians, and by a large number of devices costs are artificially escalated and black money is generated by underhand deals.B. A symbiotic relationship develops among the contractors, bureaucracy and politicians, and costs are artificially escalated with a large number of devices and black money is generated through underhand deals. C. A symbiotic relationship develops among contractors, bureaucracy and the politicians, and by a large number of devices costs are artificially escalated and black money is generated on underhand. deals. D. A symbiotic relationship develops among the contractors, bureaucracy and politicians, and by large number of devices costs are artificially escalated and black money is generated by underhand deals.

1.  A

2.  B

3.  C

4.  D

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B

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# What are the only things that the passage concern itself with, in order to study classical electromagnetism

1.  scalar  and vector fields in three dimensions.

2.  The fundamental laws of physics.

3.  the field approach of Faraday and Maxwell.

4.  static electric fields and static magnetic fields

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scalar  and vector fields in three dimensions.

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# A. The distinctive feature of tariffs and export subsidies is that they create difference of prices at which goods are traded on the world market and their price within a local market. B. The distinctive feature of tariffs and export subsidies is that they create a difference of prices at which goods are traded with the world market and their prices in the local market. C. The distinctive feature of tariffs and export subsidies is that they create a difference between prices at which goods are traded on the world market and their prices within a local market. D. The distinctive feature of tariffs and export subsidies is that they create a difference across prices at which goods are traded with the world market and their prices within a local market.

1.  A

2.  B

3.  C

4.  D

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C

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# The article is a continuation of the series on mew projects under planning and implementation in India

1.   Series of new projects under planning and implementation in India.

2.   Series on new projects under planning and implementation in India.

3.   Series of articles published on new projects under planning and implementation in India.

4.   Article on new project under planning and implementation in India.

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