Kerala CEE Question Paper 2013 KEAM Kerala Engineering

Kerala CEE Question Paper 2013 KEAM Kerala EngineeringKerala CEE Question Paper 2013 KEAM Kerala Engineering.

Kerala Engineering Entrance (KEAM) 2013 examination is the procedure to get the Admission to Kerala Engineering Colleges Entrance Examinations for admission to Professional Degree Courses

Kerala CET (KEAM) 2013 Question Paper test papers will be fully objective type Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. This Kerala CET (KEAM) 2013 Question will help all the students for their exam preparation, here the question type is MCQ i.e multiple choice question answers, if this Kerala Engineering 2013 question paper in pdf file for Kerala CET (KEAM) you can download it in FREE, if Joint Entrance Examination (JAM) 2013 paper in text for JAM you can download JAM 2013 page also just Go to menu bar, Click on File->then Save.

Kerala CEE Question Paper 2013 KEAM Kerala Engineering.

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Ans: Receiver and transmitter
Sol: Repeater is a combination of receiver and transmitter.

Ans: Mobile telephony : Frequency range 800 – 950 kHz
Sol: Mobile telephony 896 – 901 MHz
(Mobile to base station) 840 – 935 MHz
(Base station to mobile).

Ans: different, with 1, 0 and 2
Sol: SF4 − 1 lp, see-saw
CF4 − 0 lp, tetrahedral
XeF4 − 2 lp, square planar
Ans: Pure atomic orbitals are more effective in forming stable bonds than hybrid orbitals
Sol: Statement E is not correct in respect of hybridisation

Ans: Both k and the reaction rate remain the same
Sol: k is a constant at constant temperature and CO has no contribution to the rate of reaction

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