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The maximum limit of weight of fibreboards is _________

(a) 960 kg/m^3

(b) 1960 kg/m^3

(c) 2460 kg/m^3

(d) 2960 kg/m^3

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The correct choice is (a) 960 kg/m^3

To explain I would say: Fibreboards are rigid boards. They are also known as reconstructed wood. The maximum limit of weight of fibreboards is 960 kg/m^3. The weight depends on the pressure applied during their manufacturing.

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