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ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE TEST (EKT) COMPUTER SCIENCE STREAM BOOKLET SERIES G Set No 1/15 Time Allotted: 45 Minutes Instructions for Candidates 1. Total No. of Questions 50. Each Question is of three marks. 2. One mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. 3. No mark will be deducted for un-attempted questions 4. Do not write or make any mark on Question Paper. Q1. If the centre of a circle is (-6,8) and it passes through the origin, then equation to its tangent at the origin is (a) 2y=x (b) 4y=3x (c) 3y=4x (d) 3x+4y=0 Q2. The liquid is flowing separately through each of two pipes whose diameters are in the ratio of 2:1, if the ratio of the velocities of flow in the two pipes by 1:2, then the ratio of the amounts of the liquid flowing per sec through the pipe will be Q3. If ( ) | | then the derivative of ( ) at =3 is Q4. Given P(A) = 1/4, P(B)=1/3 and P(AUB)= 1/2. Value of P(A/B) is Q5. The angle between two vectors a = i+2j-k and b=2i+j+k is (a) 30 deg (b) 45 deg (c) 60 deg (d) 90 deg Q6. Newton is unit of force. It is the unit in Q7. A Farad is defined as Q8. Permeance of a magnetic circuit corresponds to the following quantity in electrical circuit Q9. Hydrometer is an instrument for measuring (a) relative humidity (b) pressure of water (c) volume of liquids (d) specific gravity

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