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GATE2020 CE-2-11
A sample of $500\:g$ dry sand, when poured into a $2$ litre capacity cylinder which is partially filled with water, displaces $188\:cm^3$ of water. The density of water is $1\:g/cm^3.$ The specific gravity of the sand is $2.72$ $2.66$ $2.55$ $2.52$
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GATE2015-2-37
A $588 \: cm^3$ volume of moist sand weighs $1010$ gm. Its dry weight is $918$ gm and specific gravity of solids, $G$ is $2.67$. Assuming density of water as $1 \: gm/cm^3$, the void ratio is _________.
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GATE Civil 2013 | Question: 12
In its natural condition, a soil sample has a mass of $1.980$ kg and a volume of $0.001 \: m^3$. After being completely dried in an oven, the mass of the sample is $1.800$ kg. Specific gravity G is $2.7$. Unit weight of water is $10 \: kN/m^3$. The degree of saturation of the soil is $0.65$ $0.70$ $0.54$ $0.61$
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