# GATE MN Question Paper 2013

GATE MN Question Paper 2013.

GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Mining Engineering 2013 Exam has been conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE MN 2013 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech

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Q.1 In the Coward flammability diagram, the respective percentages of methane and oxygen at the nose limit are
(A) 14.2, 0.0 (B) 14.1, 18.2 (C) 5.8, 12.1 (D) 5.0, 19.2

Q.2 If the transpose of a matrix is equal to its inverse, then the matrix is
(A) symmetric (B) orthogonal (C) skew symmetric (D) singular

Q.3 In the Moh’s scale of hardness, the minerals in increasing sequence of hardness are
(A) calcite, gypsum, topaz, diamond
(B) topaz, gypsum, calcite, diamond
(C) calcite, gypsum, diamond, topaz
(D) gypsum, calcite, topaz, diamond

For a 25 mm diameter spherical charge, the maximum allowable charge length in cm is
(A) 15.0 (B) 25.0 (C) 30.0 (D) 150.0

Q.6 Long-hole drilling with crater blasting is used for the construction of
(A) winze (B) shaft (C) raise (D) decline

Q.7 Rill stoping method is a form of
(A) block caving
(B) artificially supported stoping
(C) underhand stoping
(D) overhand stoping