1.
What is the title of Exp. 1?
2.
What is the title of Exp. 2?
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What is the title of Exp. 3?
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What is the title of Exp. 4?
5.
What is the title of Exp. 5?
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What is the title of Exp. 6?
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What is the title of Exp. 7?
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What is the title of Exp. 8?
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What is the title of Exp. 9?
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What is the title of Exp. 10?
11.
It is the ratio, expressed as a percentage, of the mass of "pore" or "free" water in a given mass of soil to the mass of the dry soil solids.
12.
How many moisture cans were used in Exp. 1?
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What is the formula of Moisture Content?
14.
Exp. 2 (Consistency Limits) is performed using what soil?
15.
Give one of the 2 important soil classification properties in a soil specimen which were also tested in Exp. 2.
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In Exp. 2, the specimen used was a soil passing sieve No. ___.
17.
The apparatus used for liquid limit test in Exp. 2.
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In Exp. 2, the point on the cup that comes in contact with the base should rise to a height of __ mm.
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In Exp. 2, practice using the cup and determine the correct rate to rotate the crank so that the cup drops approximately ___ times per second.
20.
The tool used to cut a clean straight groove down the center of the cup in Exp. 2.
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In Exp. 2, count the number of drops, N, it takes to make the two halves of the soil pat come into contact at the bottom of the groove along a distance of __ mm (1/2in.)
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In Exp. 2, if the number of drops exceeds ___, then go directly to step eight and do not record the number of drops, otherwise, record the number of drops on the data sheet.
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In _______ test, you form the soil into an ellipsoidal mass. You roll the mass between the palm or the fingers and the glass plate.
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In Exp. 2 Plastic Limit Test, use sufficient pressure to roll the mass into a thread of uniform diameter by using about ___ strokes per minute.
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In Exp. 2 Plastic Limit Test, the thread shall be deformed so that its diameter reaches ___ mm (1/8in.), taking no more than two minutes.