## Kerala PSC Previous Years Question Paper & Answer

Title : VOCATIONAL TEACHER PRINTING TECHNOLOGY
Question Code : A

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Below are the scanned copy of Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) Question Paper with answer keys of Exam Name 'VOCATIONAL TEACHER PRINTING TECHNOLOGY' And exam conducted in the year 2016. And Question paper code was '080/2016/OL'. Medium of question paper was in Malayalam or English . Booklet Alphacode was 'A'. Answer keys are given at the bottom, but we suggest you to try answering the questions yourself and compare the key along wih to check your performance. Because we would like you to do and practice by yourself.

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Excerpt of Question Code: 080/2016/OL

B:-x-2y+7=0
1-0
D:-x-y =0
Question77:-The minimum value of the function f(x) = *3x*(4)-2x*(3)-6x*(2)+6x+1° in the interval (0, 2) is
‏ا‎
‎B:-4
‎0
‎D:-2
Question78:-If *x*(2) + 2xy + y*(2)=0" , then ‘dy/dx* is equal to
A:--2
B:-x + 2y
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D:-2x + 2y
Question79:-* int’x(logx) dx is equal to
A:-logx *(x*(2))/(2)+x%(2)/4+C* , C is constant
B:-logx *(x*(2))/(2)-x*(2)/4+C> , C is constant
C-logx *(x*(2))/(2)-x*(3)/4+C° , C is constant
D:-logx *(x*(3))2)-x*(2)/4+C° , C is constant
Question80:-Solution of the differential equation ‘sec*(2)x tanydx+sec*(2)ytanx dy =0° is of the form
A:-tanx tany = ‏ع‎
‎B:-secx tany = ¢
C:-cotx coty = ¢
D:-secy tanx = c
Question81:-The type of cement suitable for massive constructions like dams is
A--acid resistant cement
B:-low heat cement
C:-sulphur resistant cement
D:-ordinary Portland cement
Question82:-The type of rubble masonry in which prismatic shaped stones are used is
A:-Random rubble masonry
B:-Polygonal masonry
C:-Ashlar masonry
D:-Dry rubble masonry
Question83:-The instrument used for measuring distance is
A:-electronic theodolite
B:-stereoscope
C:-wye level
D:-distomat
Question84:-Which among the following is the best suited foundation for a building if the foundation covers more than 50 %
of the area of the building and if the soil is weak
B:-Raft foundation
C:-Combined footing
D:-Column footing