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can u give me some MCQ of synthetic fibres and plastic , crop production and management and fore and pressure

can u give me some MCQ  of synthetic fibres and plastic
, crop production and management and fore and pressure

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Sudhanthi Murali
18 Points
one year ago
1.  Why is acrylic more popular than wool?
2.  What is the difference between natural and synthetic fibres?
3.  Write a few characteristics of synthetic fibres.
4.  What is 4R principle?
5.  What are biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials?
6.  What are the disadvantages of plastics?
7.  Why is it convenient to store plastic containers than metals?
8.  What are the uses of nylon?
9.  What do you mean by synthetic fibres?
10.  Why is it advisable to not wear synthetic clothes while working near fire?
Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
It is easier to wash garments made from acrylic fibres than wool fibres since acrylic fibres don't felt together. ... ... It depends on the length of the fibres in the fabric and the type of fabric. Mixing different fibres in the same fabric can also cause more pilling.
Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
Natural fabrics, like merino wool, cotton, cashmere, and silk, are made of fibers that are produced by animals and plants. Synthetic fabrics, like polyester, nylon and acrylic, are "man-made" fibers that are created in laboratories.

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