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Civil cec quiz final tie braker

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Basic Civil Engineering Quiz..!!

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Civil cec quiz final tie braker

  1. 1. •TIE BRAKER FINAL
  2. 2. QUESTION1 •This ancient city was Capital of Nandas, Sungas ,Guptas • Greek ambassador Megasthenes resided there and left a detailed account of its splendour. Name the city. •T he city was described as being shaped as parallelogram, approximately 1.5 miles wide and 9 miles long. Its wooden walls were pierced by 64 gates. Around 150bc.
  3. 3. QUESTION2 CONNECT THE FOLLOWING Udayvilas Rajvilas Amarvilas.
  4. 4. Question 3 •Which type of traffic intersection can be used on at-grade streets? •A) Clover Leaf •B) Single Point User Interchange (SPUI) •C) Roundabout •D) Diamond •E) Crossover
  5. 5. Question 4 British construction, demolition and agricultural equipment company headquartered in Rocester, United Kingdom. It is the world's third-largest construction equipment manufacturer •It is a family-owned company and was founded in 1945 by a famous personality after whom it is named. In the UK it is used for mechanical diggers and excavators and now appears in the Oxford English Dictionary, although it is still held as a trademark. • Name the company.
  6. 6. QUESTION 5 •THIS is a system of transportation that uses to suspend, guide and propel vehicles from magnets rather than using mechanical methods, such as wheels, axles and bearings. THIS transport is a means of flying a vehicle or object along a guide way by using magnets to create both lift and thrust, only a few inches above the guide way surface. •NAME THIS SYSTEM.
  7. 7. Question 5 •This is a building in which plants are grown. •It is a structure with different types of covering materials, such as a glass or plastic roof and frequently glass or plastic walls; it heats up because incoming visible solar radiation (for which the glass is transparent) from the sun is absorbed by plants, soil, and other things inside the building.

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