# The field density and field moisture content of a soil can be determined by: 1. Core cutter method 2. Sand replacement method 3. Proctor compaction test 4. Modified proctor compaction test

1.  1, 2, 3 & 4

2.  1 & 2 only

3.  2 & 3 only

4.  2 & 4 only

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1 & 2 only

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# Consider the following statements: 1. Friction piles are also called floating piles 2. Minimum number of piles to qualify as a pile group is three. 3. The group efficiency of a pile group may be either less than 100% or more than Which of these statements are correct

1.  1, 2 & 3

2.  1 & 2 only

3.  2 & 3 only

4.  1 & 3 only

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1, 2 & 3

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# Consider the following statements relating to foundations on expansive soils: 1. Strength should be improved and compressibility should be reduced. 2. Compressibility should be increased. 3. No stabilization should be done. Which of these statements is/are correct

1.  1, 2 & 3

2.  2 only

3.  1 only

4.  3 only

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1 only

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# Consider the following statements: 1. Buried service lines should be avoided in an expansive soil region. 2. A swelling pressure less than 20kN/m2 3. If soil is not black in color, it is unlikely to be an expansive soil. Which of these statements are correct

1.  1, 2 & 3

2.  1 & 2 only

3.  2 & 3 only

4.  1 & 3 only

4

1 & 2 only

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# If L is the length of the chain, W is the weight of the chain and T is the tension, the sag correction for the chain line is:

1.  W2L2/24T3

2.  W2L/24T2

3.  W2L2/24T2

4.  W2L3/24T3

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W2L/24T2

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# In an inclined terrain, if the elevation difference between the two ends of a line is h and the inclined length of the line is L, the correlation for slope is:

1.  h2/L2

2.  h2/2L2

3.  2h2/L2

4.  h2/2L

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h2/2L

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# If the whole circle bearing is 315020’, its quadrantal bearing would be:

1.  S 360 30’ W

2.  N 440 40’ W

3.  N 570 24’ W

4.   S 600 40’ W

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N 440 40’ W

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# If the observed fore bearing of a line xy is 160 26’, the back bearing would be:

1.  1030 26’

2.  1180 36’

3.  1960 26’

4.  2060 26’

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1960 26’

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# The sub-tense tacheometry method is adopted when the ground is:

1.  Flat

2.  Inclined

3.  Undulating

4.  A waterbody

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Flat

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1.  1/2

2.  1/70

3.  1/90

4.  1/90

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