Civil Engineering - Concrete Technology - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Concrete Technology - Section 1 (Q.No. 25)
25.
The ratio of the length to breadth of a wooden float, is
4.5
5.5
6.5
7.5
8.5
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Nick Dongre said:   3 years ago
Wooden float is also known as skimming float. It has a thickness of about 10-12 mm. It is used for the finishing coat of the plaster.
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Vipul kumar said:   4 years ago
L/B ratio Equal 460mm/75mm.

Then simple ratio equals 46/7.5.
Hence answer is breadth 7.5.
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Tina agiya said:   4 years ago
How come it is 7.5? Please explain to me in more Details.

Aparna said:   5 years ago
How the answer is 7.5?

Explain, please.

Nilesh Garg said:   5 years ago
I agree the correct answer is 4.5.

Pranav said:   5 years ago
Please, anyone explain the correct answer.

Ranjita said:   5 years ago
Length/width.

No dimension as it is ratio.

Adil said:   5 years ago
If the wooden floats vary in size. Then how we can get/ fix 7.5 as answer?

Kishan kumar said:   5 years ago
L/B ratio Equal 460mm/75mm.

Then simple ratio equals 46/7.5.
Hence answer is breadth 7.5.

Aman singh said:   6 years ago
The Wooden floats vary greatly in size. Most are around 280mm (11") long and about 120mm (5") wide. Some are long and thin - up to 460x75mm (18 x3") - and are used mainly for smoothing concrete.


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