1). A man walks 9 metres towards South and turns right and walks 12 metres and then turns right and walks 6 metres. Then he turns right and walks 6 metres and then turns left and walks 10 metres and then again turns left and walks 20 metres. Now in which direction the man is facing.
A). South direction 
B). East direction 
C). West direction 
D). North East direction 
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2). A than goes 5 km due east, then 5 Ian due south and then 5 km south east. His distance from the starting point is
A). 15 km. 
B). 10 km. 
C). \( \Large 5 \left(\sqrt{2}+1\right)\ km. \) 
D). \( \Large \left(5\sqrt{3}1\right) km. \) 
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3). A vehicle starts from point P and runs 20 kms. towards north, turns to its right and runs 15 kms. It then turns to its right and runs another 20 kms to reach the end poith Q. The distance travelled by the vehicle and the distance between P and Q are
A). 55, 20 kms. 
B). 20, 55 kms. 
C). 55, 15 krns. 
D). 15, 20 kms. 
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4). A starts and walks towards south. He then turns to his right and walks 3 km and then again turn left and walks 5 km. In which direction is he from the starting point.
A). West 
B). South 
C). North 
D). North East 
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5). A went 10 km to the east, then turned north and walked another 15 km. then turned west and covered 12 m. and then turned south and covered 15 m. How far is he from his starting point.
A). 0 m. 
B). 3 m. 
C). 2 m. 
D). none of these 
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6). A person starts from A and travels 3 km. in the north east direction and then travels 4 km. in the south east direction and reaches B. The distance between A and B is
A). 3 km. 
B). 4 km. 
C). 5 km. 
D). None of these 
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7). A man travels 2 miles, turns left and travels another 4 miles, then turns right and travels yet another mile. How far is he from the starting point.
A). 4 mile 
B). 5 miles 
C). 6 miles 
D). 7 miles 
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8). A large number of free electrons exist in
A). insulator 
B). semi conductor 
C). nonmetals 
D). metals 
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9). The excess of pressure inside a spherical bubble of radius r of a liquid of surface tension T is
A). \( \Large \frac{T}{r} \) 
B). 0 
C). \( \Large \frac{2T}{r} \) 
D). \( \Large \frac{4T}{r} \) 
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10). The refractive index of diamond is
A). 1 
B). 1.33 
C). 1.6 
D). 2.42 
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