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This book covers Problems on Surds and Indices, Simplification, Numbers and Ages, Pipes and Cisterns, Boats and Streams, Problems on Trains, Simple and Compound Interests, Time and Work, Permutations and Combination, Clocks, Odd Man Out, Heights and Distances, Series and Calendar and so forth. The Data Interpretation part covers Tabulation and different sorts of charts like Pie, Bar, and Line Graphs. This book furnishes quantitative fitness inquiries with answers and is in pdf. arrange. The completely illuminated RS Aggarwal Quantitative Aptitude Pdf download interface has been here underneath.

1. Numbers

2. Decimal Fractions

3. Surds and Indices

4. H.C.F. & L.C.M. of Numbers

5. Square Roots & Cube RootsWhole numbers problems Permutations and Combination

6. Simplification

7. Problems on Trains

8. Fractions problems

9. Decimals problems

10. Numbers and Ages

11. Pipes and Cistern

12. Boats and Streams

13. Heights and Distances

14. Interest

15. Mixture and Allegation

16. Discount

17. Profit and Loss

18. Percentage problems

19. Ratio & Proportion

20. Square roots

21. Averages

22. Partnership

24. Time and distance Series

25. Permutations and Combination

26. Time & Work

27. The Data Interpretation part covers Tabulation.

28. Races & Games of Skill

29. Clocks

30. Calendar

31. Volume & Surface Areas

32. Permutations & Combinations

33. Stocks & Shares

34. Probability

35. Banker’s Discount

36. Heights & Distances

37. Section- II Data Interpretation

38. Odd Man Out & Series

39. True Discount

40. Bar Graphs

41. Tabulation

42. Pie Charts

43. Line Grap

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### Limitations of Terzaghi Theory

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### Price Guard Wire Method

Price Guard Wire Method Some form of  Price Guard Wire Method  is generally used to eliminate the errors caused by leakage currents over insulation. Fig. 3.14 illustrates the operation of This Method. In fig 3.14(a), a high resistance mounted on a piece of insulating material is measured by the ammeter voltmeter method. The micro-ammeter measures the sum of the current through the resistor (IR) and the current through the leakage path around the resistor. The measured value of resistance computed from the readings indicated on the voltmeter and the microammeter, will not be a true value but will be in error.   Figure 3.14 Application of  guard  circuit for measurement of high resistance In fig, 3.14 (b), the  guard  terminal has been added to the resistance terminal block. The  guard  terminal surrounds the resistance terminal entirely and is connected to the battery side of the micro-ammeter. The leakage current IL now

### Streamer Theory of Breakdown in Gases

Streamer Theory of Breakdown in Gases According to the Townsend theory firstly, current growth occurs as a result of the ionization process only. But in practice, breakdown voltages were found to depend on the gas pressure and the geometry of the gap. Second chances time lags of the order of 10-5 s, but practically it was observed to occur at a very short time of 10-8 s. Also, the Townsend mechanism predicts a very diffused form of discharge, that actually discharges were found to be filamentary and irregular. Townsend's mechanism failed to explain all these observed phenomena and as a result, The Streamer theory was proposed. The theory predicts the development of a spark discharge directly from a single avalanche in which the space charge developed by the avalanche itself is said to transform the avalanche into a plasma steamer. In Fig 1.7, a single electron starting at the cathode by ionization builds up an avalanche that crosses the gap. The electrons in the a