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ASSESSMENT EXAMINATION:

MATHEMATICS, SURVEYING AND TRANSPORTATION

ENGINEERING

1. In triangle ABC, ABC = 45. Point D is on segment BC

such that 2 = and DAB = 15. Find ACB.

a. 45 c. 60

b. 55 d. 75

PBC, and PCA are all congruent. The sides of a triangle

have lengths = 13, = 14, and = 15. Determine the

value of angles.

a. 27.45 c. 31.08

b. 29.66 d. 33.54

3. Which of the following is not true about triangle? (R = radius Provide values for backsub solution.

of circumscribing circle, r = radius of incircle) 4. Two adjacent sides of a parallelogram are 3473 and 4822 ft,

a. and the angle between them is 72.23. Find the length of the

4

longer diagonal.

b. 2

4 in in in a. 5820 ft c. 6748 ft

c. b. 6342 ft d. 5009 ft

4 in in in

2 2 2

d. 2 in in in in in in

5. Three circles with centers A, B, and C have respective radii

50, 30, and 20 in. and are tangent to each other externally.

Find the area of the curvilinear triangle formed by the three

circles.

a. 142 in2 c. 152 in2

2 2

b. 132 in d. 162 in

vertices are 9 cm, 3 cm and 8 cm, consecutively. Find the

side of the pentagon.

a. 9.67 cm c. 9.33 cm

b. 9.89 cm d. 9.53 cm

be a regular hexagon. If the edge of the cube is 2 units, find

the area of the section.

a. 4.80 sq. units c. 3.90 sq. units

b. 5.20 sq. units d. 6.10 sq. units

7. A pole in the form of a circular cylinder of altitude 18 ft and 9. The cross-sectional area of a prismatoid is given by A = z

2

diameter of right section 0.4 ft has a base whose largest 2.7Hz + 4.85H2, where H is the altitude and z is the distance

dimension is 0.5 ft. If the pole rolls until it has covered an from the base to any cross-section. If H = 12 m, calculate

area of level ground, equal to that of one acre, how many the volume of the prismatoid.

revolutions will it make? a. 6534 m

3

c. 6744 m

3

a. 1620.1 rev c. 1330.8 revolutions b. 6624 m 3

d. 6314 m3

b. 1540.6 rev d. 1420.6 revolutions

V = L/6*(A1 + 4Am + A2)

A (0) = 698.4 = A1

A (6) = 540 = Am

A (12) = 453.6 = A2

V = 6624

Or

10. A right cylindrical solid of altitude 6 in. has the cross section

shown in the shaded portion of the figure. BEDG is a circle

whose radius is OG. AFCG is a circle which is tangent to the

larger circle at G. If AB = CD = 5 in and if EF = 9 in, find the

volume of the cylinder.

3 3

a. 3859.45 in c. 3643.54 in

b. 3288.11 in3 d. 3712.09 in3

B

14. What fraction of the volume of a pyramid must be cut off by

A a plane parallel to the base if the pyramid thus formed has a

F lateral area equal to one-half of the lateral area of the

E G

O original pyramid?

C a. 0.333 c. 0.707

b. 0.354 d. 0.891

D

diameter, are placed in a cylindrical jar 9 cm in diameter,

consecutively. Find the volume of water necessary to cover

them.

3 3

a. 425.95 cm c. 489.56 cm

3

b. 394.14 cm d. 362.33 cm3

15. At what angle with the horizontal must the base of a right

circular cylinder be tilted to make it just topple over if its

diameter is 13 ft and its altitude is 15 ft?

a. 40.91 c. 49.09

b. 36.87 d. 53.13

surface of the other sphere. Find the volume common to the

two spheres.

3 3

a. 926.45 m c. 936.62 m

3 3

b. 954.26 m d. 916.29 m

at point O. If OB = 6 m, OC = 3 m and OD = 8 m, find the

area of the largest part of the circle.

2 2

a. 51.10 m c. 42.06 m

2 2

b. 46.10 m d. 49.05 m

ve el who e ve tex ngle i 7330. Wh t i the e of the

portion of the sphere which lies above the circle of contact

with the cone?

a. 153.94 cm2 c. 46.05 cm2

2 2

b. 106.71 cm d. 123.02 cm

a. 16 cu. ft c. 13 cu. ft

b. 18 cu. ft d. 14 cu. ft

lines.

a. 253 c. 210

b. 290 d. 231

NL = 21C2 = 210

17. A right circular cone with top width 24 cm and altitude 8 cm 21. A circle having a diameter of 20 m is inscribed in a triangle

is filled with water. A spherical steel ball with radius 3 cm is ABC where A = 45 and B = 75. Determine the area inside

submerged in the cone. Determine the volume of water the triangle but outside the circle.

below the sphere. a. 210 sq. m c. 251 sq. m

a. 1.08 cm3 c. 0.96 cm3 b. 220 sq. m d. 231 sq. m

3

b. 0.83 cm d. 0.69 cm3

18. In triangle ABC, AB = 172.8 cm, BC = 259.2 cm, and CA = 2

78.54 mm , calculate the area between the circle and the

345.6 cm. Determine the length of the bisector of angle B. hexagon.

a. 126.98 cm c. 184.08 cm a. 6.86 sq. mm c. 8.42 sq. mm

b. 157.33 cm d. 231.72 cm b. 9.48 sq. mm d. 8.06 sq. mm

19. A 4-ft diameter open cylindrical tank, 6 ft high, is filled with 20 m, 30 m, and 42 m consecutively. Find the remaining

water. The tank is tilted to a position such that its water side.

surface will cut the diameter of the base. Calculate the a. 38 m c. 32 m

volume of water left in the tank. b. 34 m d. 36 m

Along the path and 24 meters from the point of tangency,

another way opens towards the pond. From the intersection

of the two ways to the periphery of the pond, the length of

the new pathway is 22 meters. If the new pathway will be

prolonged across the artificial pond, determine the length of

the bridge to be installed.

a. 4.18 m c. 3.65 m

b. 4.08 m d. 3.92 m

Secant-Tangent Theorem

242 = 11(11+x); x = 4.18

29. A rectangle with sides AB = CD = 100 m and BC = AD = 240

m is shown in the figure. It is divided into three parts by

parallel lines AE and FC which are 40 m apart. Determine

the area of the middle region.

B E C

A F D

24. A triangle having an area of 90.48 mm2 is inscribed in a 2 2

circle whose radius is 12 mm. If one of the sides of the a. 7542.18 m c. 6310.54 m

2 2

b. 7662.13 m d. 6202.33 m

triangle is 24 mm, calculate its perimeter.

a. 54.63 mm c. 49.74 mm

b. 67.54 mm d. 70.12 mm

30. Find the area of the curvilinear square at the center of the

figure shown. Square edge = 15 m.

painted green. If you cut completely through the solid to form

cubes 1 cm on an edge, how many cubes will have painted

faces?

a. 270 c. 186

2 2

b. 178 d. 122 a. 74.87 m c. 62.89 m

2 2

0-face painted cubes = 3x4x7 = 84 b. 66.67 m d. 70.91 m

Painted cubes = 5x6x9 84 = 186

26. A pyramid 25 m high is divided into three equal parts by two

planes parallel to the base. Find the distance between the

cutting planes.

a. 17.33 c. 4.51 m

b. 8.33 m d. 3.16 m

27. You are given two circles that are externally tangent to each points.

other. The total number of common tangents that can be a. 720 c. 91

drawn to the circles is b. 455 d. 364

a. 1 c. 4 15C3 = 455

20 cm.

28. A path walk is tangent to a circular artificial pond in a park. a. 692.82 sq. cm c. 937.26 sq. cm

b. 733.11 sq. cm d. 843.55 sq. cm

37. 10 lines are placed on a plane so that no two lines are

parallel. How many points of intersection are there?

a. 36 c. 90

b. 45 d. 72

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 = 45

Determine the volume of the tetrahedron.

3 3

a. 1608.4 m c. 1629.2 m

3 3

b. 1617.7 m d. 1632.9 m

3

V = 24 /(6xsqrt(2))

m in diameter?

2 2

33. Two pulleys 10 ft between centers are linked by non- a. 4.29 m c. 4.21 m

2 2

crossing belt. The larger pulley is 10 ft diameter and the b. 4.51 m d. 4.71 m

smaller pulley is 5 ft in diameter. Calculate the total length of

the belt. o ; 75.5222

a. 47.3 ft c. 38.1 ft X = 1 cos 75.5222 = 0.25

b. 32.9 ft d. 44.2 ft h = 1 x = 0.75

2(1)(0.75) = 4.71 m2

and the midpoint of the opposite side. For a given triangle,

these medians intersect at a point which is called the:

a. centroid c. circumcenter

b. incenter d. orthocenter

was recorded on a stadia rod and the line of sight is inclined

15 above the horizontal. It was found that the stadia rod

which is 3.00 m long is 120 mm out of plumb and leaning

away (backward) from the instrument (internal focusing)

position. Stadia interval factor = 100. Determine the

corrected vertical distance.

a. 18.534 m c. 18.425 m

b. 18.750 m d. 18.707 m

o

d o

o o

o / o

in 0.12 m/3 m; 21732.79

Simplified

V k /2* in 2 k/2*[ o / o ]* in 2

34. A cross belt goes around the pulleys A and B having radii of

V 18.534 m

36 dm and 18 dm respectively. The distance between the

centers of the two pulleys is 137 dm. Calculate the length of

42. A theodolite was set up at station A with trunion axis 1.18 m

the common internal tangent.

above ground, and due to some obstruction in line of sight

a. 118.45 dm c. 91.33 dm

only reading of upper stadia wire could be recorded as

b. 106.34 dm d. 125.91 dm

2.022 m with ve ti l ngle 305, on the t ff held

vertically at station B. The line joining A and B has a

gradient of 1 in 20. If the tacheometric constants are as k =

100 and c = 0, determine the horizontal distance.

a. 201.6 m c. 100.8 m

b. 94.8 m d. 117.7 m

2

1.18 k o in k o /20 + (UHR s/2)

2

1.18 + 100s*(cos 305 * in 305) = 100s*( o 305) /20 + 2.022

s/2

s = 0.951 m

H k o 2 = 94.8 m

on a staff held at station B. The staff intercept is 1.420 m

with middle cross hair reading 3.54 m, and vertical angle

513. With the in t ument et 1.55 m ove t tion ,

sight is taken on the staff held at station A. The staff

intercept is 1.430 m with middle cross hair reading as 2.35

m, nd the ve ti l ngle 600. he in t ument i internal

focusing with constant k = 101. Calculate the most probable

35. How many possible triangles can be formed from these horizontal distance between A and B.

given: A = 67, a = 150 and c = 250? a. 142.449 m c. 142.338 m

a. 0 c. 2 b. 142.691 m d. 142.543 m

b. 1 d. Insufficient data

HD1 = 101(1.42)(cos -513 2 = 142.2343671

2

36. The base areas of a frustum of a pyramid are 16 sq cm and HD2 101 1.43 o 613 = 142.851929

36 sq cm, respectively, and its altitude is 12 cm. Determine HDave = 142.543 m

the altitude of the pyramid.

a. 36 cm c. 24 cm 44. A line of levels was run from Benchmark-1 to Benchmark-

b. 12 cm d. 48 cm 10, 4 km apart. The average backsight and also foresight

distance was 100 m at every turning point or intermediate

benchmark along the line, the rod settles by 3 cm while the

instrument settles by 2 cm. Find the corrected elevation of

BM-10 based on its recorded elevation of 556.345 m.

a. 555.345 m c. 556.175 m

b. 555.375 m d. 555.615 m

No. of TPs = 20 1 8 BM = 11

Cor Elev BM-10 = 556.345 0.03 x 11 0.02 x 20 = 555.615 m

45. A line of levels was run with the following leveling note.

Station BS FS Elev (m)

BM1 4.64 209.65

TP-1 5.80 5.06

TP-2 2.25 5.02

BM2 6.02 5.85

TP-3 8.96 4.94

TP-4 8.06 3.22

TP-5 9.45 3.71

TP-6 12.32 2.02

BM3 1.98

It was found that the rod settles by 2 cm while the leveling 49. Figure shows a rectangle ABCD, in which A, B, and C are

instrument settles by 1 cm. Find the corrected elevation of stations where staff readings were obtained with a level set

BM3. up at E and D. The observed readings are tabulated below.

a. 253.13 m c. 235.15 m Station A is a bench mark having elevation of 150.00 m.

b. 253.11 m d. 235.35 m

A 15 m 33 m

D

8 setups, 6 TPs E

Sum BS = 57.5

20 m

Sum FS = 31.8

Cor. BM-3 = 209.65 + 57.5 31.8 0.02 x 6 0.01 x 8 = 235.15 m

48 m

B C

46. From the traverse shown below:

Course Bearing Length Level at Staff Reading at

AB N 2819 E 560.27 A B C

BC N 5623 W 484.18 E 1.856 0.809

CD S 850 W 375.42 D 2.428 1.667

DE 311.44 Determine the rod reading on B when the level is at D.

EA 449.83 a. 1.436 m c. 1.381 m

Determine the bearing of line DE. b. 1.372 m d. 1.403 m

a. S 4512 W c. S 3319 W

b. S 4022 W d. S 3805 W DEAB = 1.856 0.089 = 1.047 m

Level at D

RRB = 2.428 1.047 = 1.381 m

supports measured the length of a base line under a pull of 165

N. After applying all corrections the deduced length of the base

was 1843.76 m. Later on, it was found that the actual supports

were placed at marks divisible by 10 meters and not at the

quarter-points supports as recorded in the field notebook. The

tape was standardized on the flat under a pull of 85 N having a

mass of 0.024 kg/m and cross-sectional area of 4.12 mm2. The

modulus of elasticity of the tape material is 152 GPa and the

acceleration due to gravity is 9.806 m/s 2. Determine the

corrected length.

a. 1843.84 m c. 1843.91 m

b. 1843.78 m d. 1843.74 m

The lot is to be divided into two equal parts. The cutoff line

formed is parallel to line BC. Calculate the length of the

dividing line.

a. 119.18 m c. 133.45 m

b. 168.54 m d. 149.67 m

2

24600 = *AB *sin 60; AB = 238.3511412

Similar Figures

2 2

0.5A/A = x /(AB) ; x = 168.54 m

are 2.965 m and 1.215 m, respectively. Determine the rod

reading at point in line AB which is 25 m away from A.

a. 2.090 m c. 2.115 m

51. In an alternative two-peg test using a dumpy level, the

b. 2.382 m d. 2.236 m

following observations were taken. All readings were in

meters.

Rod Reading on Instrument at C Instrument at D

A 1.107 0.569

B 0.995 0.287

Point C is equidistant from A and B and D is 14 m from A

(outside line AB) and 75 m from B. Determine the rod a. 1.163 m c. 0.291 m

reading on B for a level line of sight at D. b. 0.582 m d. 0.734 m

a. 0.368 m c. 0.521 m

b. 0.608 m d. 0.496 m Z = offset from the true line

Sin 2/2) = 0.5z/1000; z = 0.582 m

horizontal angle if through non-adjustment, the line of

collimation was deflected 54 causing to be not

perpendicular to the trunion axis and sights were taken at

+30 and the other at -30 points?

a. 144 c. 328

b. 052 d. 00

E 54 e 30 sec-30) = 0

52. Course AB of a five-sided traverse runs due north. From the and B, the transit is mounted at O. The field notes were

given balanced interior angles to the right: 772326, recorded as shown:

1255859, 1052832, 1162702, E Vertical

1144201. l ul te the zimuth of line E. Sta. Occ Sta. Obs. Azimuth

Angle

a. 1023634 c. 2312731 A 2604030 60

b. 3055859 d. 1675433 O

B 803020 45

Check on the adjustment of the instrument reveals the

following errors. The line of sight with the telescope on the

no m l po ition i defle ted 30 to the left of it o e t

position and the horizontal axis (right end lower) makes an

ngle of 15 with the t ue ho izont l. ompute the o e ted

horizontal angle between A and B.

a. 180103.4 c. 180105.1

b. 180104.8 d. 180107.7

53. What error results on a 200-ft sight with a level if the rod

reading is 6.307 ft but the top of the 7-ft rod is 0.2 ft out of

plumb?

a. 0.0019 ft c. 0.0033 ft

b. 0.0026 ft d. 0.0041 ft

54. What is the sensitivity of a level vial with 2-mm divisions for

a radius of 10 m?

a. 21.6 c. 10.3

b. 33.1 d. 41.3

BM-2 with average BS and FS distances of 110 meters. The

60. A distance measured with a 50-m steel tape is recorded as

average FS reading is 3.4 m and every time it is taken, the

696.41 m. The tape is known to be 0.015 m too short. What

rod is inclined to the side, from the vertical by 4. What

is the correct length of the line?

should be the corrected elevation of BM-2 if its recorded

a. 696.52 m c. 696.20 m

elevation is 100.00 meters?

b. 696.32 m d. 696.62 m

a. 99.672 m c. 99.432 m

b. 99.832 m d. 99.782 m

CL = 696.41 0.015*696.41/50 = 696.20

Correct Reading = 3.4 cos 4 = 3.392 m

61. Two hills 96 km apart have their apexes at elevations 274.39

Error per set up, e = 3.4 3.392 = 0.008 m

m and 60.98 m above sea level, respectively. What is the

No. of setups = 6000/220 = 27.27

minimum height of a tower that should be erected atop the

Total Error = 0.008 x 27.27 = 0.218 m

taller hill in order to see it from the top of the lower hill?

Corrected elev BM-2 = 100.00 0.218 = 99.782 m

a. 14.321 m c. 16.082 m

b. 15.972 m d. 17.442 m

56. A steel tape is known to be 50 m long at 10C. If the

coefficient of expansion is 0.0000116/C, what distance

should be taped to set two monuments exactly 1000 m apart

when the temperature is 26C?

a. 999.814 m c. 1000.070 m

b. 1000.186 m d. 999.930 m

Laying

CL = ML Ct

-6

1000 = ML + (11.6 x 10 )(ML)(26 10)

ML = 999.814 m

angle, what would be the offset from the true line at a

distance of 1000 m?

62. The base and altitude of a triangular lot were measured to measurement.

have a certain probable errors of 314.60 0.16 m and 92.60 Distance,

Trial

0.14 m. Determine the probable error of the area. ft

2 2

a. 23.23 m c. 25.99 m 1 200.58

2

b. 46.47 m d. 51.98 m2 2 200.40

Propagation of errors 3 200.38

PE = kPE 4 200.46

A = *bh Determine the probable error of single measurement.

PEA = *sqrt[(bxPEh)2+(hxPEb)2] = 23.23 m2 a. 0.05 ft c. 0.07 ft

b. 0.08 ft d. 0.06 ft

64. Measured from point O, angles BOC, COD and BOD were

recorded as follows: PE 0.6745* 0.06 ft

No. of

Angle Value

measurements 69. Given the accompanying tabulation are the observed data

BOC 283400 2 for a closed traverse obtained from a transit-tape survey.

COD 611500 2 COURSE Distance Bearing

BOD 894940 4

AB 495.85 m N0530E

Determine the most probable angle of COD.

BC 850.62 N4602E

a. 611513.33 c. 611446.67

CD 855.45 S6738E

b. 611444 d. 611516

DE 1020.87 S1225E

i ep n y 894940 283400 611500 40 E 1117.26 S8344W

MPV of O 611500 40x1/2/[1/2 1/2 1/4] 611516 FA 660.08 N5509W

BOC and COD will take positive corr. While BOD gets negative Determine the adjusted bearing of line DE using Transit

corr. Rule.

a. S121552E c. S121658E

65. A line AE is divided into segments for measurement with a b. S121641E d. S48157.50E

tape. The result were AB = 134.10 m 0.040 m, BC =

320.63 m 0.055 m, CD = 173.73 m 0.056 m, and DE =

160.85 m 0.050 m. Determine the probable error of the COURSE Lat Dep

measured length. AB +493.57 +47.53

a. 0.30 m c. 0.10 m BC +590.53 +612.23

b. 0.40 m d. 0.20 m CD -325.53 +791.09

DE -996.99 +219.51

EF -121.96 -1110.58

FA +377.19 -541.70

follows:

66. Given below are corresponding data of a computation for the Station Interior Angles

area given with missing data of closed traverse. A 11730

Lat Dep DMD B 9632

Course 2A

m m m C 14254

1-2 +60 +16 D 13218

2-3 +70 -1428 The angle E is not measured.

3-4 +14 +186 -5580 Determine the deflection angle of line BC.

4-5 -28 a. 6230 c. 3706

5-1 +12 -46 b. 4742 d. 8328

Determine the area of the whole lot.

a. 0.48 ha c. 0.38 ha DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

b. 0.55 ha d. 0.52 ha Sit# 1. The 150-lb crate is supported by cables AB, AC and AD.

1-2 +60 +16 16 960

2-3 -14 +70 102 -1428

3-4 -30 +14 +186 -5580

4-5 -28 - 54 146 -4088

5-1 +12 -46 46 552

-9584

A = 9584/2 = 4792

A = 4792/10000 = 0.48 ha

67. Six lines of levels are run over different routes to establish 71. Determine the tension in wire AB.

the elevation of BM-X as shown in accompanying tabulation. a. 162 lb c. 346 lb

Route Length Observed Elev of BM-X b. 242 lb d. 458 lb

A 4.15 km 246.85 m 72. Determine the tension in wire AC.

B 5.20 km 246.63 m a. 162 lb c. 346 lb

C 4.76 km 246.70m b. 242 lb d. 458 lb

D 5.82 km 246.75 m 73. Determine the tension in wire AD.

E 6.03 km 246.56 m a. 162 lb c. 346 lb

F 4.98 km 246.69 m b. 242 lb d. 458 lb

Determine the most probable elevation of the benchmark.

a. 246.59 m c. 246.71 m Sit# 2. The 30-kg pipe is supported at A by a system of five

b. 246.73 m d. 246.72 m cords.

W = 1/L

MPV el BMx = sum(x*W)/SumW = [x1*1/L1+ x2*1/L2+ x3*1/L3+

x4*1/L4+ x5*1/L5+ x6*1/L6]/[1/L1+1/L2+1/L3+1/L4+1/L5+1/L6] = 246.71

m

and the following values were recorded in a series of

74. Determine the force in cord BC. 562 N 83. Determine the force in member AB.

a. 162 lb c. 346 lb a. 1.50 KN c. 4.80 KN

b. 242 lb d. 458 lb b. 3.70 KN d. 6.50 KN

75. What is the force exerted by cord BD? 84. Determine the force in member AC.

a. 340 N c. 562 N a. 1.50 KN c. 4.80 KN

b. 490N d. 618 N b. 3.70 KN d. 6.50 KN

85. Determine the force in member BD.

Sit# 3. Creates A and B weigh 200 lb and 150 lb respectively. a. 1.50 KN c. 4.80 KN

They are connected together with a cable and placed on the b. 3.70 KN d. 6.50 KN

inclined plane. The coefficients of static friction between the

Sit# 7. The tower is held in place by three cables. The force of

crates and the plane are A = 0.25 and B = 0.35.

each cable acting on the tower is shown. Take x = 20 m and

y = 15 m.

a. 11.8 c. 14.4

b. 12.7 d. 16.3

77. What is the tension in cable CD?

86. Determine the magnitude of the resultant force.

a. 8.23 lb c. 10.28 lb

a. 1502 N c. 1624 N

b. 9.36 lb d. 11.74 lb

b. 1573 N d. 1668 N

87. Determine the coordinate direction angle of the resultant

Sit# 4. The force P supports the 20-kg mass using the Spanish

force with respect to the X-axis.

Burton rig.

a. 54.4 c. 77.6

b. 63.4 d. 90.6

a. 21.8 N c. 37.6 N

b. 30.5 N d. 44.2 N 88. Determine the force in member CJ.

79. What is the reaction at supporting hook B? a. 3.12 kips c. 5.08 kips

a. 34.6 N c. 63.4 N b. 4.53 kips d. 6.68 kips

b. 43.6 N d. 36.4 N 89. What is the axial force in member KJ?

80. What is the reaction at supporting hook C? a. 9.4 kips c. 14.5 kips

a. 119 N c. 131 N b. 11.2 kips d. 16.9 kips

b. 126 N d. 147 N

Sit# 9. The Warren truss is subjected to 6 KN and 8 KN loads

Sit# 5. The unstretched length of spring AB is 2 m. The block is applied at G and F, respectively.

held in equilibrium position as shown.

81. Determine the axial force exerted by spring AC. a. 7.40 KN c. 8.47 KN

a. 88.43 N c. 101.82 N b. 8.08 KN d. 7.68 KN

b. 94.72 N d. 115.63 N 91. What is the axial force in member CF?

82. Determine the mass of the block at D. a. 0.52 KN c. 1.03 KN

a. 8.9 kg c. 14.5 kg b. 0.77 KN d. 1.54 KN

b. 12.8 kg d. 16.7 kg 92. What is the axial force in member FG?

a. 7.40 KN c. 8.47 KN

Sit# 6. The space truss supports the 6-KN load applied at A. The b. 8.08 KN d. 7.68 KN

support reaction at E acts along member EB.

. Sit# 10. The three member frame is loaded as shown in the

figure.

a. 1.33 KN c. 5.00 KN

b. 3.67 KN d. 6.33 KN

94. Determine the horizontal component of the pin force at B.

a. 1.33 KN c. 5.00 KN

b. 3.67 KN d. 6.33 KN

Sit# 11. The maximum tension that can be developed in the cord

shown is 500 N. The pulley at A is free to rotate and the

coefficients of static friction at the fixed drums B and C is =

0.25.

95. Determine the largest mass of the cylinder that can be lifted

by the cord.

a. 15.7 kg c. 21.5 kg

b. 18.6 kg d. 23.6 kg

96. What is the tension exerted by the cord at pulley A?

a. 877.4 N c. 277.4 N

b. 153.9 N d. 901.1 N

reference X axis.

a. -1.08 ft c. 2.43 ft

b. -0.35 ft d. 1.22 ft

98. Determine the location of center of gravity about the

reference Y axis.

a. -1.08 ft c. 2.43 ft

b. -0.35 ft d. 1.22 ft

4 4

a. 33.5 in c. 42.5 in

4

b. 36.8 in d. 46.8 in4

100. Determine the moment of inertia about Y-axis.

a. 58 in4 c. 74 in4

4 4

b. 62 in d. 86 in

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