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The height and diameter of the oil cup is __________ respectively.

(a) 250mm, 46.5mm

(b) 290mm, 46.5mm

(c) 290mm, 40.5mm

(d) 250mm, 40.5mm

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My question is taken from Viscosity and Viscosity Index topic in chapter Lubricants of Applied Chemistry

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The correct choice is (b) 290mm, 46.5mm

For explanation I would say: The height of the oil cup is 290mm and the diameter is about 46.5mm. The level to which the oil cup is fixed with oil is indicated by the stout wire fixed in the side of the oil cup. The wire is turned upwards and it is tapered to sharp point to indicate level properly.

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