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4. A level being given yon to work with, how would yon axamine aad: toat it before starting work?
8. Describe fally the principles and method of a Traverso Barvey with 800 a thondolite.
6. Give any two methods of setting out a carve, and noto the data 80 which yon must first obtain before starting to lay out the carve.
7. How wonld yon range a line through an obstaolo both with and 20 without angular instrumente. 8. Work oat and plot the following 'extract from a field-book :
Biso. Fall. R.L.
MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION.
Examiner-E. R. GARDINER, Esq.
The figures in the margin indicnte full marks. 1. What are the chief points to look to in selecting a brickfield ? 40
2. Duscribe the process of clamp-burning bricks, and note the quan. 60 tity of fuel required.
3. Bprci'y for bricks, sarki and sand, for use in 'first-class work. 30
4. Give the descriprion nd qnuntities of material you would use in , 50** the mortar for first-class brickwork and for terraced roofing. 5. What are the sonrres of lime supply in Bengal ?
60 Describe the process of lime.burning in continuous kilng. 6. Dagr•ribe the manufacture of steel joists.
60 7. Dotril the methods of testing the quulition of lime and coment. 50
8. Describe the process of mising and laving on of paint. What is the 18e of a priming coat, and what is it composed of ?
CHEMISTRY. Examiner-J. A. CUNNINGHAM, Esq., B.A., A.R.C.Sc.I. 1. Why do we conolude that the molecole of hydrogen inolados two atoms ?
3. Want in the density of carbon dioxide rolative to airp Why jø it not found exclnsively in the lower regions of the atmosphore !
3. Explain the chemionl meaning of the terms “soft” and “hard applied to nutnral waters. How are hard waters softened ?
4. Coloalate tho percentage of the metal alaminium in a clay whose forinula is Ali Bi Ogo
(Al-27 ; 8i - 28). õ. How is silvor commonly extracted from its bros P Point out the componnda of silvor which are analogous to those of copper and mercury.
6. How would you distinguish belwoon fragments of, quartz' and diataoad ?
7 State Dulong nnd Petit’s -Law. Define and explain the terms • speoifio hent" and " Atomio hont."
8. Describe the churacteristio proportion which justify the inclusion of the metals of the alkaline marths in one natural family or group:
9 Describe the manafaotore of Purtland Cemont, and explain the phenonouon of "setting.”
PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY, Examiner-J. A. CUNNINGHAM, E8Q., B.A., A.R.C.Sc.I. 1. Make a mystematic analysis of the substnre A.
2. Determine the rainre of the substances B and C. Special credit will be given for blowpipe methode.
N.B.--It is very important to write a cloar and tidy account of your work.
THEORY OF LIGAT, HEAT, ELECTRICITY AND
MAGNETISM. Examiner-A. MACDONELL, E8Q., M.A. The same number of marks is giren to each question. Only SEVEN question are
to be answered.
1. Explain how the ropffiijent of exprinsinn of Mercury has been ob. tained. Why in this covefficient of importance in physical measurement ?
2 Sketch a practical form of uir thermometer and explain the method of using it. What are its udvaninger and disedpintugps ?
3. A hords is 8:,id to absorb the sam, rudintions An it givar out. What does this mean ? Descrihr exileriments which su mort the statement.
4. Define noodal pointe, planes of unit magnification, foo:ol points of a given couver lens.
5. What is meant by interference ? Describe one interference experi. ment.
6 How is the refractive index of a solid determined ?
7 Defina electrical capacity. How would yon show that the capacity of a body depends or. (1 its urra, (2) on the neigliboguhood of other bodies, and that the capacity of a condenser depends on its dielectric ?
8. What is magnetio permeability and how in it dutermined P From the BB corve given you find ont how u chunges An A increa-eg.
9. Write a short note on electrical conduction in liquide.
10. Describe, with a sketch, the potentiometer methods, or any other good methods, of comparing electromotive forces.
*. $i tohi*** PRACTICAL PHYSICS
Examiner-A. MACDONELL, ESQ., M.A.
You are required to perform three experiments taken from the follow. ing list :
1. Find the radius of curvature of a lens by means of a spherometer. 2. Verify Boyle's law and plot your results.* 33. Find, by micrometer a given length. 4. Determine the cross section of a wire by weighing 5. Find the specifio hent of a solid. 6. Find the melting point of the substance given you. 7. Determine the resistance of a coil. 8. Compare the Electromtive Force of two cells. 9. Find the constant of a tangent galvanometer by electrolysis. 10. Find the focal length of a lens. 11. Determine the co-efficient of linear expansion of a copper tube
questions are to be answered.
3. Describe the optical part of a theodolite telescope and show how the image of a distant object is formed by it.
4. How wonld you compare the intensity of two lights ?
5. Give a sketch of a lightning conductor from tip to earth, showing how it is connected with the building,
6. Describe some form of amperemeter you know, and explain its action.
7. Make a sketch of an arrangement for conveying energy electrically to a distance, and explain why it is advantageons to nse high voltage.
8. Sketch an ordinary accưinulator cell. "State how you would charge and discharge a battery of them and the precautions you would take in doing sp.
9. Explain what is meant by the reaction of armature and field in a dynamo.
Examiner-B. G. GWYTHER, Esq.
The figures in the margin indicate full marks. 1. Draw-a scale of 1 to show yards, feet and inches, and show with ---25 thick line on this scale a distance of 2 yards. 2 feet and 7 inches.
2.' "Two bemi-cylindrical vaults 12ft: aid To ft diameter respectively, 50 spring from the same horizontal level arid meet at an angle of 309. Draw --the play, and show the method of obtaining their cnrve of intersection." 9.3 !