# A protector in slip gauges is provided to

1.  Protect slip gauges when not in use

2.  Take up all the wear when in use

3.  Clean the slip gauges

4.  Facilitate wringing of slip gauges

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Take up all the wear when in use

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# The ratio of the surface area A and the volume V of a cylinder of diameter d and length l is

1.  A/V = 6d/l

2.  A/V = 4l/d

3.  A/V = (l+d)/dl

4.  A/V = (2d + 4l)/dl

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A/V = (2d + 4l)/dl

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# The two slip gauges in precision measurement are joined by

1.  Assembling

2.  Sliding

4.  Wringing

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Wringing

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# Plug gauges are used to

1.  Measure the diameter of the work pieces

2.  Measure the diameter of the holes in the work pieces

3.  Check diameter of the holes in the work pieces

4.  Check length of holes in the work piece

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Check diameter of the holes in the work pieces

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# Term “Allowance” in limits and fits is usually referred to

1.  Minimum clearance between shaft and hole

2.  Maximum clearance between shaft and hole

3.  Difference of tolerance of hole and shaft

4.  Difference between maximum size and minimum size of the hole

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Minimum clearance between shaft and hole

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# The correct way of designating fit, is

1.  Hg/g7

2.  g7/ Hg

3.  50Hg/g7

4.  (Hg/g7) – 50

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50Hg/g7

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# Drilled holes and honed holes, could be designated by following grades respectively

1.  H5, H11

2.  H6, H10

3.  H8, H6

4.  H10, H5

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H10, H5

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# Sensitivity of measuring equipment is

1.  Closeness with which a measurement can be read directly from a measuring instrument

2.  A measure of how close the reading is to the true size

3.  Difference between measured value and actual value

4.  The smallest change in measured that can be measured

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The smallest change in measured that can be measured

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# Expressing a dimension as 25.3+0.05 mm is the case of

1.  Unilateral tolerance

2.  Bilateral tolerance

3.  Limiting dimensions

4.  All of these

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Bilateral tolerance

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1.  Triangles

2.  Circles

3.  Squares

4.  Rectangles

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