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Which is the largest district in India in terms of population?

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Explain the causes of the exhaust valve leakage.

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What other TCP setting can you modify besides MTU to shorten packets

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What is the use of sendkeys and what are send keys

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What are Delphi and C++ Builder Action Lists and how to use them?

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what is crisil?what is the advantage of crisil rating?

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How i can calculate current of cable according to ares?

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Where are you used type casting?

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what is trapdoor and how does it works?

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. What is state space? a) The whole problem b) Your Definition to a problem c) Problem you design d) Representing your problem with variable and parameter

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Difference between :first-child and :nth-of-child

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How to calculate fault level of 11 KV system

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Explain prerequisites and post activities of oracle database installation

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X is strong but has a very low density (1% of traditional earth materials.) and hence light weight. It is a recyclable material. The compression behaviour of X is strain rate dependent. Higher strain rates result in higher initial modulus and higher compression strength. It can also withstand unlimited number of cycling loading provided the repetitive loads are kept below 80% of the compressive strength. The internal structure of the material includes air-traps which make it poor heat conductor. X is non- biodegradable and chemically inert in both soil and water. Most acids and their water solutions do not attack it; however strong oxidizing acids do. Solvents which attack X include esters, ketones, ethers, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons and their emulsions, among others. It does not support bacterial/fungal growth as well .It also has significant acoustic properties and effectively reduces the transmission of airborne sound. X is combustible and should not be exposed to open flame or other ignition sources. Combustion products are carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, water and soot. Long-term exposure to sunlight causes yellowing and a slight embrittlement of the surface due to ultraviolet light. X is able to withstand the rigours of temperature cycling, assuring long-term performance.

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What does the error lookup of host "xx.xx.xx" failed in yyy router mean?

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which side of a tree does moss grow?

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