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Complete the text with one word in each space – each word is a preposition, the words you need are in the box below:
Note – In 2 places ‘with’ or ‘from’ can be used and are synonymous.
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A plumb bob, or plummet, is a weight, usually a pointed tip the bottom, suspended a string and used as a vertical reference line, or plumb-line. It is a precursor the spirit level and used to establish a vertical datum. It is typically made stone, wood, or lead but can also be made other metals.
This is the next part of the text about ‘plumb’ You will see that in some of the lines there is a gap in the text. Use the word given in CAPITALS at the end of these lines to form one word that fits in the gap in the line with the same number.
There is an example at the beginning (1) – Instrumental is an adjective the correct form in the text is a noun, instrument.
For the questions 1-12, read the text below and decide which answer (A,B,C, or D) best fits each gap.
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As we all know wheels and tyres are round or . The diagram shows the external or edge of the tyre forms a circle.
The grey outer circle is the tyre and the smaller white circle is the wheel forming the interior or inside edge of the tyre. As the centre of both circles is exactly the same point we can say that the white and grey forms are circles. The diagram also shows that, as in the quote by Euclid, the radii (or radiuses), that is the distance from the centre to the circumference, are equal irrespective of which point on the circle’s circumference they or strike, so we can say the tyre has a constant radius.