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**1. A plane headed due east with air speed of
**

240 kph. If the wind of 40 kph is blowing

from the north, fnd the ground speed of

the plane.

a. 243 kph

b. 423 kph

c. 200 kph

d. 240 kph

2. A 10kg weight is suspended b! a rope

from a ceiling. If a hori"ontal force of #.$0

kg is applied to the weight, the rope will

make an angle with the %ertical e&ual to'

a. (0)

b. 30)

c. 4#)

d. *#)

3. A wooden plank + meters long has one

end leaning on top of a %ertical wall 1.# m

high and the other end resting on a

hori"ontal ground. ,eglecting friction, fnd

+ if the force -parallel to the plank. of 100

, is need to pull a 400 , block up the

plank.

a. ( m

b. # m

c. 4 m

d. 3 m

4. A #00kg block is resting on a 30) inclined

plane with a / 0 0.3. 1ind the re&uired

force 2 acting hori"ontall! that will

pre%ent the block from sliding.

a. 1020 ,

b. 11(0 ,

c. 423( ,

d. #20# ,

#. A simpl! supported beam is # m in length.

It carries a uniform distributed load

including its own weight of 300 ,3m and a

concentrated load of 100 ,, 2 m from the

left end. 1ind the reactions if reaction A is

at the left end and reaction 4 at the right

end.

a. 5A 0 $10 ,, 54 0 *00 ,

b. 5A 0 *00 ,, 54 0 $00 ,

c. 5A 0 $10 ,, 54 0 *$0 ,

d. 5A 0 *00 ,, 54 0 $10 ,

(. 1rom a speed of *# kph, a car decelerates

at the rate of #00 m3min along a straight

path. 6ow far in meters, will it tra%el in 4#

sec7

a. *8#

b. *81

c. *8*

d. *83

*. 9ith a starting speed of 30 kph at point

A, a car accelerates uniforml!. After 1$

minutes, it reaches point 4, 21 km from A.

1ind the acceleration of the car.

a. 0.12( m3s

2

b. 0.0#(2 m3s

2

c. 0.020( m3s

2

d. 3.42 m3s

2

$. A shot is fred at an angle of 4#) with a

hori"ontal and the %elocit! of 300 ft3s.

1ind the height and the range of the

pro:ectile.

a. (00 ft and 2#00 ft

b. *00 ft and 2$00 ft

c. 1000 ft and 4$00 ft

d. *#0 ft and 3000 ft

8. A coin is tossed %erticall! upward from

the ground at a %elocit! of 12 m3s. 6ow

long will the coin touch the ground7

a. 4.4# sec

b. 3.4# sec

c. 2.4# sec

d. 1.4# sec

10.A ball is thrown from a tower 30 m high

abo%e the ground with a %elocit! of 300

m3s at 20) from the hori"ontal. 6ow long

will the ball hit the ground7

a. 24.2

b. 23.2

c. 21.2

d. 22.2

11.A plane is ;!ing hori"ontall! 3#0 kph at

an altitude of 420 m. At this instant, a

bomb is released. 6ow far hori"ontall!

from this point will the bomb hit the

ground7

a. (2# m

b. #** m

c. *$# m

d. 800 m

12.An iron column of annular crosssection

has an outer diameter of 200 mm and is

sub:ected to a force of *4 k,. 1ind the

thickness of the wall if the allowable

compressi%e stress is 10 <2a.

a. 12.*# mm

b. 12.#* mm

c. 1*.*# mm

d. 1#.*# mm

13.A force of 10 , is applied to one end of a

10 inches diameter circular rod. =alculate

the stress.

a. 0.20 k2a

b. 0.1# k2a

c. 0.0# k2a

d. 0.10 k2a

14.If the ultimate shear strength of a steel

plate is 42,000 psi, what force is

necessar! to punch a 0.*#inch diameter

hole in a 0.(2# inch thick plate7

a. (3,000

b. ($,0$0

c. (1,$#0

d. ((,$00

1#.A single bolt is used to lap :oint two steel

bars together. >ensile force on the bar is

20,000 ,. ?etermine the diameter of the

bolt re&uired if the allowable shearing

stress is *0 <2a.

a. 1* mm

b. 1$ mm

c. 18 mm

d. 20 mm

1(.100 g of water is mi+ed to 1#0 g of

alcohol -@ 0 *80 kg3m

3

.. =alculate the

specifc %olume of the solution.

a. 0.$2 cc3g

b. 0.$$ cc3g

c. 0.(3 cc3g

d. 1.20 cc3g

1*.A 1( gram mass is mo%ing at 30 cm3sec

while a 4 gram mass is mo%ing in an

opposite direction at #0 cm3sec. >he!

collide head on and stick together. >heir

%elocit! after collision is

a. 0.14 m3s

b. 0.21 m3s

c. 0.0* m3s

d. 0.2$ m3s

1$.6ow much oil at 200

o

= must be added to

#0 grams of the same oil at 20

o

= to heat

it to *0

o

=7

a. 12.38 grams

b. 28.12 grams

c. 18.23 grams

d. 23.81 grams

18.9hat a%erage force is necessar! to stop a

.4# caliber bullet of mass of 1# grams and

speed of 300 m3s as it penetrates a block

to a distance of # cm7

a. 12.# k,

b. 13.0 k,

c. 13.# k,

d. 12.0 k,

20.A (0 ton rail car mo%ing at 1 mi3hr is

coupled to a stationar! rail car. If the

%elocit! of the two cars after coupling is 1

ft3s -in the original direction of motion.

and the coupling is completed in 0.#

second, what is the a%erage impulsi%e

force on the (0 ton rail car7

a. #0 lbf

b. 3#00 lbf

c. 1200 lbf

d. (0 lbf

21.A 20 A sample of gas e+erts a pressure of

1 atm at 2#

o

=. If it is e+panded into a 40 A

%essel that is held at 100

o

=, what will be

its fnal pressure7

a. 0.# atm

b. 1.0 atm

c. 0.31# atm

d. 0.(3 atm

22.>wo steel balls of masses #00 kg and #0

kg, respecti%el! are placed with their

centers 0.# m apart. >he two balls attract

with a force of

a. (.(* + 10

10

,

b. (.(* + 10

*

,

c. (.(* + 10

(

,

d. (.(* + 10

3

,

23.6ow much does a 30 lbf weigh on the

moon7 Bra%itational acceleration in the

moon is #.4* ft3s

2

and in earth is 32.2

ft3s

2

7

a. 2.0 lbf

b. 3.2 lbf

c. 3.4 lbf

d. #.08( lbf

24.A 10kg block is raised %erticall! 3

meters. 9hat is the change in potential

energ!7

a. 320 C

b. 3#0 kgm

2

3s

2

c. 284 C

d. 3#0 ,m

2#.A (0 ton rail car mo%ing at 1 mi3hr is

instantaneousl! coupled to a stationar!

40 ton rail car. 9hat is the speed of the

coupled cars7

a. 0.$$ mph

b. 1 mph

c. 0.( mph

d. 0.4 mph

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