খুলনা প্রকৌশল ও প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় (কুয়েট)

সালঃ 2008

শিক্ষাবর্ষঃ ২০০৮-২০০৯


1(1+lnx)2

lnx(1+lnx)2

(1+lnx)2lnx

(1+lnx)2(lnx)2

1lnx

exln(x)+c

1xex+c

ex+c

-1x2ex+c

ln(x)+c

2 একক এবং বহিঃস্থভাবে BC কে 20 cm দূরে

3 একক এবং বহিঃস্থভাবে BC কে 15 cm দূরে

33 একক এবং বহিঃস্থভাবে BC কে 25 cm দূরে

23 একক এবং বহিঃস্থভাবে BC কে 30 cm দূরে

4 একক এবং বহিঃস্থভাবে BC কে 20 cm দূরে

4xyz

2(x-y)(y-z)(z-x)

2xyz

0

-1

2sin2θ

sin2θ

2cos2θ

cos2θ

cos22θ

ব্রউনাইট

হুসমানাইট

ক্রোমাইট

কারনোটাইড

ইলমেনাইট

1.05 × 10-4 mol. L-1

9.52 × 10-10 mol. L-1

1.00 × 10-14 mol. L-1

9.52 × 10-11 nol. L-1

1.05 × 10-10 mol. L-1

Hg2l4 + 2NH3 Hg2I3 + NH4I (অধঃক্ষেপ)

2 CuSO4 +2 NH4OH = CuSO4 : Cu(OH)2 + (NH4)2SO4

FeCl3 + 3 NH4OH = Fe(OH)3 +3 NH4Cl (অধঃক্ষেপ)

2kl+ HgCl2 = 2kCl + Hgl2 (অধঃক্ষেপ)

CdCl2 + H2S = CdS + 2HCl (অধঃক্ষেপ)

পদার্থকে আলোর সক্রিয় হতে হয়

ও একই রকমের সমানু সৃষ্টি করে

কাইরাল কার্বন থাকতেই হয়

তল সমাবর্তিত আলোর তলকে ভিন্ন ভিন্ন দিকে আবর্তন করে

ভিন্ন কনফিগারেশনের দুটো আলোক সমানু সৃষ্টি করে

টেট্রা ইথাইল লেড

টেট্রা মিথাইল লেড

আয়রন পেন্টা কার্বনিল

টলুইন

অ্যালকেন

(CH3-COO)2Ca+(H-COO)2Ca2 CH3-CHO+2CaCO3

2CCI3-CHO+Ca(OH)22CHCI3+(HCOO)2Ca

CH3COOH(aq)+NaOH(aq)CH3 COONa(aq)+H2O(I)

RCOOH (aq)+NaHCO3 (s)RCOONa (aq)+H2O(I)+CO(g)

CH3-CO-NH2(s)+NaOH(aq)CH3-COONa(aq)+NH3(g)

সোডিয়াম কার্বোনেট, কপার সালফেট এবং সোডিয়াম সাইট্রেট এর জলীয় দ্রবণ

গ্লুকোজ, সোডিয়াম কার্বোনেট এবং কপার সালফেট এর জলীয় দ্রবণ

সোডিয়াম সাইট্রেট, সোডিয়াম কার্বোনেট এবং গ্লুকোজ এর জলীয় দ্রবণ

সোডিয়াম কার্বোনেট, কপার সালফেট এবং পটাশিয়াম সাইট্রিট এর জলীয় দ্রবণ

কপার সালফেট, সোডিয়াম সাইট্রেট এবং সোডিয়াম হাইড্রোঅক্সাইড এর জলীয় দ্রবণ

unexpected

uncertain

important

unusual

frivolous

I am interested in the novels of Tolstoy

I am interested with the novels of Tolstoy

I am interested to the novels of Tolstoy

I am interested by the novels of Tolstoy

I was interested by the novels of Tolstoy

I begged him to excuse me

I said him to excuse me

I told him to pardon me

I told him to excuse me

I said him to pardon me

She is dancing with an expert dancer

She is dancing like an expert dancer

She danced like an expert dancer

She danced an expert dancer

She danced like an expert dance

Relative pronoun

Reciprocal pronoun

Noun

Adjective

Reflexive pronoun

Finite verb

Adverb

Reflexive verb

Transitive verb

Auxiliary verb

Niece

Nephewess

Niphee

Mamma

Nepheis

radius

radies

radii

radiuses

radians

poverty-strike

poverty-striken

poverty-stricken

poor-striken

poverty-struck

He likes to fish, swim, and surfing

He likes to fishing, to swim, and surfing

He likes to fish, to swim, and surfing

He likes to fish, to swim, and to surf

He like to fish, to swim, and to surf

Credit it in my accounts

Credit it with my name

Credit it to my name

Credit it to my account

Credit it with my account

This is the fashion of the period

It`s a fashion today

This is the go of the day

This is the style of the day

This is the fashion of today

Question 97, 98, 99 and 100 are based on the following reading.

In 776 B.C. the first Olympic Games were held at the foot as Mount Olympus to honor the Greek's chief god, Zeus. The Greeks emphasized physical fitness and strength in their education of youth. Therefore, contests in running, jumping discus and javelin throwing, boxing, and horse and chariot racing were held in individual cities, and the winners completed every four years at Mount Olympus. Winners were greatly honored by having Olive wreaths placed on their heads and having poems sung about their deeds. Originally these were held as games of friendship, and any wars in progress were halted to allow the games to take place. The Greeks attached so much importance to these games that they calculated time in four-year cycles called "Olympiads" dating from 776.B.C.

to stop wars

to crown the best athletes

to honor Zeus

to sing songs about the athletics

To observe the independence day of Greece

Winners placed olive wreaths on their own heads

The games were held in Greece every four years

Battles were interrupted to participate in the games

Poems glorified the winners in song

The first Olympic Games were held in 776 B.C.

discus throwing

boxing

skating

running

jumping

They liked to fight

They were very athletic

They liked a lot of ceremony

They could not count, so, they used ``Olympiads`` for dates.

They liked to drink wine

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