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Question: The gas constant (r) is equal to the
Options:
A. Sum of two specific heats
B. Difference of two specific heats
C. Product of two specific heats
D. Ratio of two specific heats
Answer: Option B

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Question 1. The specific heat of air increases with increase in
  1.     Temperature
  2.     Pressure
  3.     Both pressure and temperature
  4.     Variation of its constituents
Answer: Option A
Question 2. The gas constant (r) is equal to the
  1.     Sum of two specific heats
  2.     Difference of two specific heats
  3.     Product of two specific heats
  4.     Ratio of two specific heats
Answer: Option B
Question 3. The specific heat of air increases with increase in
  1.     Temperature
  2.     Pressure
  3.     Both pressure and temperature
  4.     Variation of its constituents
Answer: Option A
Question 4. If a gas is heated against a pressure, keeping the volume constant, then work done will be equal to
  1.     +ve
  2.     -ve
  3.     Zero
  4.     Anywhere between zero and infinity
Answer: Option C
Question 5. One watt is equal to
  1.     1 Nm/s
  2.     1 N/m
  3.     1 Nm/hr
  4.     1 kNm/hr
Answer: Option A
Question 6. The gas constant (r) is equal to the
  1.     Sum of two specific heats
  2.     Difference of two specific heats
  3.     Product of two specific heats
  4.     Ratio of two specific heats
Answer: Option B

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