**Option A:** The bent up bars at a support resist the negative bending moment

**Option B:** The bent up bars at a support resist the sharing force

**Option C:** The bending of bars near supports is generally at 45°

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** In a gully trap, a water seal of 6 to 7.5 cm is provided

**Option B:** The gully trap collects waste water from the kitchen, sink, wash basins, etc.

**Option C:** The gully trap disconnects the sullage drain from the main drainage system

**Option D:** The grating provided over gully traps is 23 cm square

**Correct Answer: **The gully trap collects waste water from the kitchen, sink, wash basins, etc. ✔

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**Option A:** All pipes and fittings are classified according to their diameters

**Option B:** The diameter of the pipes is the nominal diameter of internal bore

**Option C:** All pipes are measured along the centre line of the pipes in metres

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** d × d × s

**Option B:** d2 × ( ds)2]

**Option C:** L.D 1 + s2)

**Option D:** 2 L.D 1 + s 2)

**Correct Answer: **L.D 1 + s2) ✔

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**Option A:** 3250 m3

**Option B:** 3225 m3

**Option C:** 3275 m3

**Option D:** 3300 m3

**Correct Answer: **3225 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** Cleats

**Option B:** Brackets

**Option C:** Bolts

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 1.00 m3

**Option B:** 1.25 m3

**Option C:** 1.50 m3

**Option D:** 1.75 m3

**Correct Answer: **1.25 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** 60 cm

**Option B:** 70 cm

**Option C:** 75 cm to 80 cm

**Option D:** 80 cm

**Correct Answer: **75 cm to 80 cm ✔

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**Option A:** 0.200 m3

**Option B:** 0.247 m3

**Option C:** 0.274 m3

**Option D:** 0.295 m3

**Correct Answer: **0.274 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** 0.90 m3

**Option B:** 0.94 m3

**Option C:** 0.98 m3

**Option D:** 1.00 m3

**Correct Answer: **0.94 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** 1.5 m 3

**Option B:** 2.0 m3

**Option C:** 4.0 m2

**Option D:** 5.0 m2

**Correct Answer: **2.0 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** Dimensions are measured to the nearest 0.01 m

**Option B:** Areas are measured to the nearest 0.01 sq.m

**Option C:** Cubic contents are measured to the nearest 0.1 cum

**Option D:** Weights are measured to the nearest 0.001 tonnes

**Correct Answer: **Cubic contents are measured to the nearest 0.1 cum ✔

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**Option A:** The built up covered area at the floor level of any storey of a building is called plinth area

**Option B:** The usable covered area of the rooms of any storey of a building is called carpet area

**Option C:** The carpet area of a building along with area of its kitchen, pantry, store, lavatory, bath room and glazed veranda, is called floor area

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **None of these ✔

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**Option A:** Pipes laid in trenches and pipes fixed to walls are measured separately

**Option B:** Cutting through walls and floors are included with the item

**Option C:** Pipes are classified according to their sizes and quality

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Bricks are paid per thousand

**Option B:** Cement is paid per 50 kg bag

**Option C:** Lime is paid per quintal

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** No deduction is made for the volume occupied by reinforcement

**Option B:** No deduction is made for the openings upto 0.1 sq.m

**Option C:** No deduction is made for volumes occupied by pipes, not exceeding 100 sq.cm in cross-section

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **None of these ✔

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**Option A:** Pointing is measured in sq.m

**Option B:** Plastering is measured in sq.m

**Option C:** Glazing is measured in sq.m

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** If the bed level is above N.S.L. the canal is called fully in baking and the berms are designed as 3 d where d is full supply depth of water (F.S.D.)

**Option B:** Area of canal in cutting = BD + Sd2 where B = bed width, d = depth of cutting and S is the side slope

**Option C:** If F.S.L. is above N.S.L the canal is called partly in cutting and partly in filling and berms are designed as 2d where d is full supply depth

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** In order to check up the average depth of excavation, ‘Dead man s’ are left at the mid-widths of borrow pits

**Option B:** The earthwork calculation in excavation is made from the difference in levels obtained with a level

**Option C:** The earth work in excavation to form the road embankment includes the formation of correct profile and depositing the soil in layers

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Lead is the average horizontal straight distance between the borrow pit and the place of spreading soil

**Option B:** The lead is calculated for each block of the excavated area

**Option C:** The unit of lead is 50 m for a distance upto 500 m

**Option D:** The unit of lead is 1 km where the lead exceeds 2 km

**Correct Answer: **The unit of lead is 1 km where the lead exceeds 2 km ✔

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**Option A:** The total length of centre line of four walls is 20 m

**Option B:** Length of long wall out-to -out is 6.80 m

**Option C:** Length of short walls in-to-in is 3.20 m

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** The earth work of cutting in trenches or borrow pits in fairly uniform ground is measured with the help of average depths of the dead men

**Option B:** The earth work in trenches or borrow pits in irregular ground is measured by taking the difference in levels before and after completion of work

**Option C:** The earth work in trenches or borrow pits, where neither a nor b is feasible, are measured from the fillings after deduction of voids

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** The estimated value of the work excluding the amount for contingencies, work charged establishment, tool and plants, is called work value

**Option B:** The actual expenditure involved to complete a work including incidental, establishment and travelling charges, is called actual cost

**Option C:** The formal acceptance by the administrative department for incurring an expenditure on the work, is called administrative approval

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Fully in excavation

**Option B:** Partly in excavation and partly in embankment

**Option C:** Fully in embankment

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **Partly in excavation and partly in embankment ✔

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**Option A:** 0.25 kg

**Option B:** 0.50 kg

**Option C:** 0.75 kg

**Option D:** 1.00 kg

**Correct Answer: **1.00 kg ✔

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**Option A:** 100 %

**Option B:** 75 %

**Option C:** 50 %

**Option D:** 25 %

**Correct Answer: **50 % ✔

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**Option A:** Bib-cocks

**Option B:** Stop-cocks

**Option C:** Ball valves

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 30 D

**Option B:** 39 D

**Option C:** 50 D

**Option D:** 59 D

**Correct Answer: **59 D ✔

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**Option A:** 0.01 cum

**Option B:** 0.02 cum

**Option C:** 0.03 cum

**Option D:** 0.04 cum

**Correct Answer: **0.01 cum ✔

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**Option A:** Cub. m

**Option B:** Sq. m

**Option C:** Metres

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **Sq. m ✔

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**Option A:** Collapsible gates

**Option B:** Rolling shutters

**Option C:** Ventilators and glazing

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Honey comb brick work

**Option B:** Brick flat soling

**Option C:** Half brick walls or the partition

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 1.00 cum

**Option B:** 2.00 cum

**Option C:** 3.00 cum

**Option D:** 4.00 cum

**Correct Answer: **3.00 cum ✔

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**Option A:** 70 cm

**Option B:** 75 cm

**Option C:** 80 cm

**Option D:** 90 cm

**Correct Answer: **75 cm ✔

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**Option A:** Wall thickness

**Option B:** Room area

**Option C:** W.C. area

**Option D:** Courtyard area

**Correct Answer: **Courtyard area ✔

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**Option A:** B + d + Sd

**Option B:** Bd + Sd2

**Option C:** B × d – Sd1/2

**Option D:** ½ (Bd + Sd2)

**Correct Answer: **Bd + Sd2 ✔

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**Option A:** 20 minutes

**Option B:** 25 minutes

**Option C:** 30 minutes

**Option D:** 40 minutes

**Correct Answer: **30 minutes ✔

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**Option A:** It is provided in between the lower end of the house drain and the street sewer

**Option B:** It is provided a cleaning eye at the top of the trap

**Option C:** The mica flap valve which opens inwards only, is fitted at the top of the inlet pipe

**Option D:** The water seal is less than that of ordinary traps

**Correct Answer: **The water seal is less than that of ordinary traps ✔

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**Option A:** 100 mm

**Option B:** 150 mm

**Option C:** 200 mm

**Option D:** 175 mm

**Correct Answer: **150 mm ✔

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**Option A:** The incidental expenses of a miscellaneous character which could not be predicted during preparation of the estimate, is called contingencies

**Option B:** Additional supervising staff engaged at work site, is called work charged establishment

**Option C:** Detailed specifications specify qualities, quantities and the proportions of materials to be used for a particular item

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** D [first area + last area + Even area + 2 odd areas]

**Option B:** D/3 [first area + last area + 4 Even area + 2 odd areas]

**Option C:** D/3 [first area + last area + 2 Even area + 4 odd areas]

**Option D:** D/6 [first area + odd areas]

**Correct Answer: **D/3 [first area + last area + 4 Even area + 2 odd areas] ✔

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**Option A:** Length, breadth, height

**Option B:** Breadth, length, height

**Option C:** Height, breadth, length

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **Length, breadth, height ✔

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**Option A:** Collapsible gates with rails

**Option B:** Rolling shutters

**Option C:** Expanded metal wire netting

**Option D:** M.S. reinforcement of R.C.C. works

**Correct Answer: **D. M.S. reinforcement of R.C.C. works ✔

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**Option A:** Circular buildings

**Option B:** Hexagonal buildings

**Option C:** Octagonal buildings

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** At every change of direction

**Option B:** At every change of gradient

**Option C:** At every 30 m intervals

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Setting and laying

**Option B:** Bed concreting

**Option C:** Connection to drains

**Option D:** All of these

**Correct Answer: **All of these ✔

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**Option A:** The walls along with doors and other openings

**Option B:** Bath room and lavatory

**Option C:** Kitchen and pantry

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 2.5 sq m

**Option B:** 4.0 sq m

**Option C:** 6.0 sq m

**Option D:** 8.0 sq m

**Correct Answer: **8.0 sq m ✔

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**Option A:** Wall facing

**Option B:** Columns, lintels, copings

**Option C:** Building work

**Option D:** A. and D. of the above

**Correct Answer: **D. A. and D. of the above ✔

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**Option A:** L + 0.42 d

**Option B:** L + (2 × 0.42 d)

**Option C:** L – (0.42 d)

**Option D:** L – (2 × 0.4 d)

**Correct Answer: **L + (2 × 0.42 d) ✔

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**Option A:** Root slabs

**Option B:** Floors

**Option C:** Wall panels

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 26,000 m3

**Option B:** 26,500 m3

**Option C:** 27,000 m3

**Option D:** 27,500 m3

**Correct Answer: **27,500 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** Main soil pipe

**Option B:** Bottom of P trap W.C.

**Option C:** Top of P trap W.C.

**Option D:** Side of water closet

**Correct Answer: **Top of P trap W.C. ✔

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**Option A:** (6 + 15) chains

**Option B:** (6 + 12) chains

**Option C:** (6 + 18) chains

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **(6 + 12) chains ✔

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**Option A:** Reinforced brick work

**Option B:** Broken glass coping

**Option C:** Brick edging

**Option D:** Brick work in arches

**Correct Answer: **Broken glass coping ✔

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**Option A:** Length, breadth, height

**Option B:** Breadth, length, height

**Option C:** Height, length, breadth

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **Length, breadth, height ✔

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**Option A:** Detailed estimate

**Option B:** Preliminary estimate

**Option C:** Plinth area estimate

**Option D:** Cube rate estimate

**Correct Answer: **Detailed estimate ✔

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**Option A:** Dimension should be measured correct to 0.01 m

**Option B:** Area should be measured correct to 0.01 sqm

**Option C:** Volume should be measured correct to 0.01 cum

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 2.5 sqm

**Option B:** 5.0 sqm

**Option C:** 7.5 sqm

**Option D:** 10 sqm

**Correct Answer: **7.5 sqm ✔

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**Option A:** 2.0 %

**Option B:** 2.5 %

**Option C:** 4.0 %

**Option D:** 5.0 %

**Correct Answer: **5.0 % ✔

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**Option A:** D.P.C. (Damp proof course)

**Option B:** Form works

**Option C:** Concrete Jeffries

**Option D:** R.C. Chhajja

**Correct Answer: **D. R.C. Chhajja ✔

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**Option A:** Rs. 400

**Option B:** Rs. 425

**Option C:** Rs. 450

**Option D:** Rs. 500

**Correct Answer: **Rs. 450 ✔

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## The trap which is provided to disconnect the house drain from the street sewer is called__________?

**Option A:** Master trap

**Option B:** Intercepting trap

**Option C:** Interception manhole

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Ordinary cuttings up to 1 m

**Option B:** Surface dressing up to 15 cm depths

**Option C:** Surface excavation up to 30 cm depths

**Option D:** Both B. and C.

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**Option A:** Breadth of the wall

**Option B:** Half breadth of wall on each side

**Option C:** One fourth breadth of wall on each side

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **Half breadth of wall on each side ✔

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**Option A:** 0.01 sqm

**Option B:** 0.02 sqm

**Option C:** 0.03 sqm

**Option D:** 0.04 sqm

**Correct Answer: **0.01 sqm ✔

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**Option A:** 1.5 m 3

**Option B:** 2.5 m3

**Option C:** 3.5 m3

**Option D:** 5.0 m3

**Correct Answer: **5.0 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** 1.80 litres for 5 to 10 users

**Option B:** 1.20 litres for 15 users

**Option C:** 1.35 for 20 users

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Excavation

**Option B:** Surface dressing

**Option C:** Cutting

**Option D:** Surface excavation

**Correct Answer: **Surface excavation ✔

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**Option A:** b – rd)²/(r – s)

**Option B:** b – rd)²/(r + s)

**Option C:** ½ × (b + rd)²/(r – s)

**Option D:** b – rd)²/(s – r)

**Correct Answer: **b – rd)²/(r – s) ✔

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**Option A:** Earthwork, Concrete work, Brick work

**Option B:** Brickwork, Stone work, Roofing

**Option C:** Brickwork Flooring, Wood work, Steel work

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Water closets

**Option B:** Flushing pipes

**Option C:** Lavatory basins

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Cement concrete in foundation

**Option B:** R.C.C. structure

**Option C:** Hollow concrete block wall

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **None of these ✔

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## The area of the cross-section of a road fully in banking shown in the given figure, is__________?

**Option A:** [sb² + r² (2bd + sd)²]/(r² – s²)

**Option B:** [sb² + r² (2bd + sd)²]/(r² – s5)

**Option C:** [sb² + r² (2bd + sd)²]/(r – s)

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **[sb² + r² (2bd + sd)²]/(r² – s²) ✔

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**Option A:** Setting out of works

**Option B:** Site clearance

**Option C:** Steps in deep excavation

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Product of the centre line of the walls and area of cross-section of any item, gives total quantity of the item

**Option B:** The centre line is worked out separately for different sections of walls of a building

**Option C:** The centre line length is reduced by half the layer of main wall joining the partition wall

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Earth work in excavation

**Option B:** Rock cutting

**Option C:** Excavation in trenches for foundation

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 10 cm

**Option B:** 15 cm

**Option C:** 20 cm

**Option D:** None of these

**Correct Answer: **10 cm ✔

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**Option A:** Mid-section formula

**Option B:** Trapezoidal formula

**Option C:** Prismoidal formula

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** 500 m3

**Option B:** 1000 m 3

**Option C:** 1500 m3

**Option D:** 2000 m3

**Correct Answer: **500 m3 ✔

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**Option A:** The mean depth is the average of depths of two consecutive sections

**Option B:** The area of mid-sections is calculated by using mean depth

**Option C:** The volume of the earth work is calculated by multiplying the mid-section area by the distance between the two original sections

**Option D:** All of the above

**Correct Answer: **All of the above ✔

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**Option A:** Right angle to the centre line

**Option B:** 30 metres apart

**Option C:** Intermediate points having abrupt change in gradient

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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A. 23 cm × 11.5 cm × 7.5 cm

B. 25 cm × 13 cm × 7.5 cm**C. 19 cm × 9 cm × 9 cm**D. 20 cm × 10 cm × 10 cm

**Correct Answer: **C. 19 cm × 9 cm × 9 cm ✔

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**Option A:** The end sections are parallel planes

**Option B:** The mid-area of a pyramid is half the average area of the ends

**Option C:** The volume of the Prismoidal is over-estimated and hence a Prismoidal correction is applied

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** One or more than one brick wall

**Option B:** Brick work in arches

**Option C:** Reinforced brick work

**Option D:** Half brick wall

**Correct Answer: **Half brick wall ✔

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**Option A:** Metre for length

**Option B:** Cubic metre for area

**Option C:** Square metres for volume

**Option D:** Litre for capacity

**Correct Answer: **Litre for capacity ✔

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## While estimating a reinforced cement structure, the omitted cover of concrete is assumed__________?

**Option A:** At the end of reinforcing bar, not less than 25 mm or twice the diameter of the bar

**Option B:** In thin slabs, 12 mm minimum or diameter of the bar whichever is more

**Option C:** For reinforcing longitudinal bar in a beam 25 mm minimum or diameter of the largest bar which is more

**Option D:** All the above

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**Option A:** Area of the walls at the floor level

**Option B:** Internal shaft for sanitary installations up to 2 sq m. in area

**Option C:** Lift and wall including landing

**Option D:** Area of cantilevered porch

**Correct Answer: **Area of cantilevered porch ✔

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**Option A:** Quantity of the materials

**Option B:** Availability of materials

**Option C:** Transportation of materials

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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**Option A:** Specifications of works

**Option B:** Specifications of materials

**Option C:** Proportion of mortar

**Option D:** All the above

**Correct Answer: **All the above ✔

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