1. Results obtained based on resources spend

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2. Comprehensive school based dental care for whole country is adopted by

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3. Paired t test is equivalent in non parameteric test

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4. Which of the following carbohydrate has no nutritive value:

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5. Power of a statistical test indicates

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6. Recommended concentration of fluoride in school water fluoridation is

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7. Barefoot doctor term has evolved from

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8. Safe disposal of mercury is:

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9. The proportion of the population which is included in the study sample is called as

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10. Objective of calibrating examiner before survey is to

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11. Role of humectant in toothpastes:

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12. Education of young children in school about the harmful effects of soft foods leading to caries is done to prevent dental caries. What is this type of prevention called

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13. Choking off mechanism takes place after topical application of

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14. In a study done in 2014, the socioeconomic status of subjects was associated with incidence of new carious lesions. This type of study design is called:

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15. Which of the following is true about Epidemiological survey as compared to clinical trial: 1. Sample size small 2. Cross sectional and longitudinal approach 3. Dental indices are used 4. Control and experimental group

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16. A data is arranged as satisfied, very satisfied, and dissatisfied This is a

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17. When analyzing a small sample with two sets of observations where values of observations are dependent on each other, which test will be used:

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18. Which of these is a parametric test

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19. Using neem stick is an example of

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20. Ability of the test to correctly identify those who have disease:

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