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111. As compared to stretcher course, the thickness of joints in header course should be_____________?

A. less
B. more
C. equal
D. equal or more

112. The slenderness ratio for masonry walls should not be more than_____________?

A. 10
B. 20
C. 30
D. 40

113. Number of vertical joints in a stretcher course is x times the number of joints in the header course, where x is equal to_________________?

A. 1/2
B. 1
C. 2
D. 1/4

114. Single flemish bond consists of___________________?

A. double flemish bond facing and Eng-lish bond backing in each course
B. English bond facing and double flemish bond backing in each course
C. stretcher bond facing and double flemish bond backing in each course
D. double flemish bond facing and header bond backing in each course

115. The most important tool in brick laying for lifting and spreading mortar and for forming joints is____________?

A. trowel
B. square
C. bolster
D. scutch

116. The type of bond provided in brick masonry for carrying heavy loads is___________?

A. single flemish bond
B. double flemish bond
C. English bond
D. zigzag bond

117. Minimum thickness of wall where single flemish bond can be used is_____________?

A. half brick thick
B. one brick thick
C. one and a half bricks thick
D. two bricks thick

118. Expansion Joints in masonry walls are provided in wall lengths usater than_______________?

A. 10 m
B. 20 m
C. 30 m
D. 40 m

119. A mortar joint in masonry which is normal to the face of wall is known as_________________?

A. bed joint
B. wall joint
C. cross joint
D. bonded joint

120. The proportions of lime and sand in the mortar normally used in brick construction are_______________?

A. 1:2
B. 1:4
C. 1:6
D. 1:8