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In AJM, with the increase in stand-off-distance, the width of cut (a) deceases, (b) increases, (c) remains constant. v. During AJM, increase of mass flow rate of abrasive particles would (a) decrease the mixing ratio, (b) increase the value of mixing ratio, (c) no definite effect on mixing ratio. vi. With an increase in abrasive particle size in AJM (a) MRR as well as sur face finish increase, (b) MRR decreases but surface finish increases, (c) MRR increases but surface finish decreases. vii. 5 mm, (c) 1-5 mm.
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