# GATE AR Question Paper 2009

GATE AR Question Paper 2009.

GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Architecture and Planning 2009 Exam Has been Conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE AR 2009 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech

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Q.1 The essential difference between CPM and PERT is
(A) Critical Path vs. Critical Activity
(B) Arrow notation vs. Precedence notation
(C) Deterministic approach vs. Probabilistic approach
(D) Project Management vs. Network Analysis

Q.2 The minimum thickness of a wall where single Flemish bond can be used is
(A) Half-brick thick
(B) One-brick thick
(C) One-and-half-brick thick
(D) Two-brick thick

Q.3 On the colour wheel, the combination of ‘Violet-Yellow’ or ‘Orange-Blue’ are best described as
(A) Complementary (B) Supplementary (C) Analogous (D) Monochromatic

Q.4 The sudden stoppage in the flow of water in a closed conduit results in a phenomenon called
(C) Stack pressure (D) Water hammer

Q.5 The number of intersecting arches that support Bijapur’s Gol Gumbaz is
(A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 12 (D) 16

Q.6 The 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendments pertain to
(A) Abolishing the Urban Land Ceiling Act
(B) Providing restricted role to local courts to settle rural disputes
(C) Providing more responsibility to municipal and local bodies for planning and development
(D) Providing right to information for the general public

Q.7 A simply supported beam of length L carries a concentrated load of intensity P at its center  The bending moment at the center of the beam will be
(A) PL/2 (B) PL/4 (C) PL/6 (D) PL/8

Q.8 Desire lines’ are associated with
(A) Origin — Destination analysis in transportation planning
(B) Income — Expenditure analysis in personal finance management
(C) Cut — Fill analysis in landscape planning
(D) Demand — Supply analysis in economic planning

Q.9 GRIHA is a rating for Green Buildings given by
(A) The Energy Research Institute (B) Development Alternatives
(C) Bureau of Energy Efficiency (D) Ministry of Power

Q. 10 A ‘cul-de-sac’ is a street where
(A) Only two-wheelers are permitted
(B) Through traffic is discouraged
(C) Pedestrians are not permitted
(D) Vehicles are permitted to move in one direction only

Q. 11 ‘Usonian’ houses were designed by
(A) Mies van der Rohe (B) Alvar Aalto
(C) Frank Lloyd Wright (D) Le Corbusier