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A lucky man finds 6 pots of gold coins. He counts the coins in the first four pots to be 60, 30, 20 and 15, respectively. If there is a definite progression, what would be the numbers of coins in the next two pots?
1. lO and 5 2. 4 and 2
3. 15 and 15 4. 12 and 10’
A 16.2 in long wooden log has a uniform diameter of 2 m. To what length the log should be cut to obtain a piece of 22 m3 volume?
1. 3.5m. 2. 7,Om
3. 14.Om 4. 22.Om
For thc determination of paleomagnctic pr!c position, igneous rocks studied should cnain minerals that arc:
1. pararnagnetic with high Curie temperature
2. paramagnetic with low Curie temperature
3. ferromagnetic with high Citric tcrnpcriiure
4. fcrromagnctic with low Curie temperatut C
Which one of the following represents the correct sequence of events leading to the buildup of oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere?
1. Condensation of water, appearance of life, weathering
2. Appearance of life, condensation of water, weathering
3. Weathering, condensation of water, appearance of life
4. Condensation of water, weathering, appearance of life
The schistose texture of metamorphic rocks is best described as
1. roughly foliated, alternating parallel bands of light and dark coloured minerals
2. well foliated, consisting dominantly of mica minerals large enough to be recognized
3. foliated, but with fine-grained minerals
4. non-foliated, interlocked minerals.
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