Which of these was a major technological achievement in a...
Paṇini's morphological analysis
Cataract surgery of physician Sushruta
Vedanga Jyotiṣa containing details of astronomical calculations, calendrical studies, and established rules for empirical observation
Baudhayana Sulba Sutra, which contains examples of simple Pythagorean triples, as well as a statement of the Pythagorean Theorem for the sides of a square
Posted by: Kripa S. on: 13.11.2017
Storage requirements and stability, product attributes co...
Production
Manufacture
Distribution
Marketing
Posted by: Harish M. on: 28.02.2018
If the surface tension of a soap solution is \(\sigma\) , what is the work done in blowing a soap bubble of radius r?
\(\pi{r}^{2}\sigma\)
2 \(\pi{r}^{2}\sigma\)
4 \(\pi{r}^{2}\sigma\)
8 \(\pi{r}^{2}\sigma\)
Posted by: Chandrashekhar.g.gokavi on: 01.11.2017
What is the final value of the current through the 20 \(\Omega\) resistor shown in the figure?
Zero
2/3 A
0.1 A
1/3 A
Posted by: Maanoj B. on: 01.11.2017
The second degree equation 12x\(^2\) – 23xy + 10y\(^2\) – 25x + 26y = 0, represents a/an
hyperbola
parabola
ellipse
circle
Posted by: Maaz K. on: 01.11.2017
The locus of the middle points of the portions of the tangents of the ellipse x\(^2\)/a\(^2\)+y\(^2\)/b\(^2\) = 1 included between the axis is the curve
x\(^2\)/a\(^2\) + y\(^2\)/b\(^2\) = 4
a\(^2\)/x\(^2\) + b\(^2\)/y\(^2\) = 4
a\(^2\)/x\(^2\) + b\(^2\) y\(^2\) = 4
b\(^2\) x\(^2\) + a\(^2\) y\(^2\) = 4
Posted by: Saurabh P. on: 01.11.2017
An equation of a tangent to the parabola y\(^2\) = 8x is y = x + 2. The point on this line from which the other tangent to the parabola is perpendicular to the given tangent, is
(– 1, 1)
(0, 2)
(2, 4)
(– 2, 0)
Posted by: Neelakantaiah on: 01.11.2017
The equation y\(^2\) − x\(^2\) + 2x − 1 = 0 represents
a pair of straight lines
a circle
a parabola
an ellipse
Posted by: A. B. on: 01.11.2017
Find the area (in square units) of the parallelogram whos...
5
4
6
8
Posted by: Mahesh K. on: 01.11.2017
An object is moving in the clockwise direction around the unit circle x\(^2\) + y\(^2\) = 1. As it passes through the point (1/2, \(\sqrt3/2\)), its y-coordinate is decreasing at the rate of 3 units per second. The rate at which the x-coordinate changes at this point is (in units per second)
2
\(3\sqrt{3}\)
\(\sqrt3\)
\(2\sqrt3\)
Posted by: Kaushal. N. on: 01.11.2017
In a sequence of integers P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, .........,...
\(\frac{-17}{9}\)
\(\frac{17}{9}\)
\(\frac{9}{17}\)
\(\frac{35}{17}\)
Posted by: Rajpal S. on: 01.11.2017
In a series of consecutive numbers, the sum of even numbe...
199
523
399
365
Posted by: Manoj C. on: 01.11.2017
If two events can occur independently in exactly m and n ...
(m + n) ways
(m \(\times\) n) ways
\(\frac{m}{(n)}\) ways
(n - m) ways
Posted by: Johny on: 01.11.2017
The Governing Council of an institute has fifteen members...
2 × 13!
14! – 13!
13!
12 × 13!
Posted by: Prasad S. on: 01.11.2017
The value of is (1+\(\sqrt{3}i)^5 + (1 - \sqrt{3}i)^5\)
16
8
32
64
Posted by: Deepak K. on: 01.11.2017
The equation (x\(^2\) + 1)\(^2\) – x\(^2\) = 0 has
four real roots
two real roots
no real root
one real root
Posted by: Jiten H. on: 01.11.2017
In a town with a population of 5000, the number of people...
4200
1500
800
None of these
Posted by: Anshuman S. on: 01.11.2017