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Total questions: 15
Duration: 10 minutes
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Which country known as the sugar bowl of the world?
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ষত্ব বিধান অনুযায়ী নিচের কোন বানানটি ভুল?
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The student's feelings about presenting the
commencement address were -------; although visibly
happy to have been chosen, he was nonetheless -------
about speaking in public.
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Which of the following describes all values of x for
which 1 – x
≥ 0 ?
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In order to tell Excell that we are entering a formula in cell, we must begin with an operator such as
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Each IP packet must contain-
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The first woman prime Minister of Britain was
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The Operator was commended for his dexterity
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During a special promotion, a certain filling station is
offering a 10% discount on gas purchased after the first
10 gallons. If Kim purchased 20 gallons of gas, and Zeni
purchased 25 gallons of gas, then Zeni's total per-gallon
discount is what percent of Kim's total per-gallon
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The author of the book "Wings of Fire" is-
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মধ্যযুগের প্রধান ছন্দ কোনটি?
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For over two centuries, no one had been able to make Damascus blades - blades with a distinctive serpentine surface pattern - but a contemporary sword maker may just have rediscovered how. Using iron with trace impurities that precisely matched those present in the iron used in historic Damascus blades, this contemporary sword maker seems to have finally hit on an intricate process by which he can produce a blade indistinguishable from a true Damascus blade.
Which of the following, if true, provides the strongest support for the hypothesis that trace impurities in the iron are essential for the production of Damascus blades?
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