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Module 2

Physics

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B C B A A A A B B A

a) 1 MN

b) 10,000 kN

c) 10,000,000 MN

a) Pascal (Pa)

b) Watt (W)

c) Joule (J)

a) fusion

b) vapourisation

c) condensation

a) trivalent

b) covalent

c) pentavalent

5. The specific gravity of a substance is calculated by

a) the density of the body divided by the density of water

b) density of the body multiplied by the density of water

c) density of the body squared multiplied by the density of water

a) water, ammonia, freon

b) water, freon, carbon dioxide

c) ammonia, freon, methyl bromide

a) matching the diameter of the cable to the wavelength

b) distance required to travel

c) the strength of signal needed

and has a velocity of 2m/s?

a) 2 kJ

b) 4 kJ

c) 8 kJ

a) Number of electrons and protons

b) Number of neutrons and protons

c) Number of electrons and neutrons

10. What is the momentum of a ball of mass 2 grams and has a velocity of

10cm/s

a) 0.0002 kgm/s

b) 20 kgm/s

c) 5 kgm/s

Answer

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B C B A A A A B B A

This is exam number 2.

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C C B C C A C C C B

a) H2O

b) 2H2O2

c) 2H2O

a) 10 kHz

b) 1 Mhz

c) 100 kHz

a) convection

b) conduction

c) radiation

compared to the specific heat capacity of a gas heated at constant volume,

is

a) the same

b) less

c) more

a) friction on the gimbals and bearings

b) the aircraft flying along a north/south track

c) the earth's rotation

6. The splitting of a chemical compound is called

a) analysis

b) bombardment

c) synthesis

a) 180o to the original

b) 45o to the original

c) 90o to the original

8. 1 Newton is equal to

a) 1 joule per second

b) 1 kilogram of force

c) 1 kilogram meter per second per second

a) 0.911 degree rise in Fahrenheit

b) 33 degree rise in Fahrenheit

c) 1.8 degree rise in Fahrenheit

a) kinetic energy is gained

b) no heat is lost or gained

c) heat is given off to the surroundings

Answer

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C C B C C A C C C B

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B A A A C B C B C A

1. You add 2 vectors together. The 3rd vector you get is called the

a) sum

b) resultant

c) component

a) The number of protons in the atom

b) The number of electrons in the atom

c) The number of neutrons in the atom

a) trivalent

b) pentavalet

c) covalent

a) fusion

b) vapourisation

c) condensation

a) pound (lb)

b) metre (m)

c) kilogram (kg)

a) square metre (m2)

b) metre per second squared (m/s2)

c) metre per second (m/s)

a) cubic metre (m3)

b) Pascal (Pa)

c) kilogram per cubic metre (kg/m3)

8. Latent heat is the

a) heat required to raise the temperature of a body by 1oC

b) heat required to change the state of a body

c) heat required to raise 1kg of matter by 1K

9. 1 Calorie is equal to

a) 400 J

b) 40 J

c) 4J

a) 1055 Joules

b) 1055 kJ

c) 1055 Calorie

Answer

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B A A A C B C B C A

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B B C A C A A B C A

a) directly proportional to distance from the source of the heat

b) inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source

of the heat

c) not effected by the distance from the source of the heat

a) increases

b) decreases

c) remains the same

a

a) step index

b) single index

c) graded index

4. A slug is a unit of

a) mass

b) weight

c) speed

a) increase

b) decrease

c) remain the same

a) kinetic energy increases and its potential energy decreases

b) kinetic energy decreases and its potential energy increases

c) kinetic energy increases and its potential energy increases

acceleration is

a) 28 m/s2

b) 14 m/s2

c) 252 m/s2

a) 331 m/s

b) 181 m/s

c) 3 x 108 m/s

is said to be

a) stressed

b) strained

c) stretched

a) 9.81 m

b) 11.09 m

c) 10.19 m

Answer

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B B C A C A A B C A

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B A A A B C B A A B

a) kilogram per metre cubed (kg/m3)

b) Newtons per metre squared (N/m2)

c) Cubic metre (m3)

a) Newton (N)

b) Pascal (Pa)

c) Metre (m)

3. The SI unit of velocity is the

a) metre per second (m/s)

b) metre per second squared (m/s2)

c) metre (m)

a) kilogram metre per second

b) kilogram / metre (kg/m)

c) metre squared (m2)

a) load multiplied by cross sectional area

b) load divided by cross sectional area

c) area divided by load

a) 0.3 PSI

b) Zero PSI

c) 30 PSI

a) 3 x 108 m/s

b) 1.99 x 108 m/s

c) 0.99 x 108 m/s

a) dispersion

b) scatter

c) attenuation

a) regenerators

b) opto-isolators

c) impedance matching transformers

10. Attenuation in fibre optic cables is caused by

a) backscattering and microbends

b) absorption and scattering

c) microbends and scattering

Answer

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B A A A B C B A A B

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A C C A B C B A A B

point, of equal frequency

a) a standing wave is formed

b) the two waves cancel each other out

c) they will have no effect on each other

a) a chromatic orb

b) real

c) virtual

a) Gradually tapering to a minimum cross sectional area

b) Maximum cross sectional area in the centre

c) Minimum cross sectional area in the centre

a) high viscosity

b) low viscosity

c) medium viscosity

5. In a fibre optic flying control system

a) the sensor requires electrical power

b) the sensor and the transmitter require electrical power

c) the transmitter requires power

6. Photons in a semiconductor are stimulated to produce excess photons

to be emitted. This is a

a) photodiode

b) LED

c) laser diode

used

a) multi mode

b) single mode

c) dual mode

to

a) allowable loss

b) the figure allowed for when calculating power gain

c) the maximum cable run allowed in the system

a) photodiode

b) laser diode

c) light emitting diode

a) dispersion

b) attenuation

c) random emission

Answer

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A C C A B C B A A B

This is exam number 7.

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C A B B A C B C B A

1. An atom consists of

a) protons and electrons

b) protons and neutrons

c) protons, neutron and electrons

a) 2

b) 4

c) 8

a) high condensing pressure, high evaporating temperature

b) high condensing pressure, low evaporating temperature

c) low condensing pressure, high evaporating temperature

4. Stress is given by

a) extension per original length

b) force per unit area

c) force per original length

a) equal to the potential energy lost

b) greater than the potential energy lost

c) less than the potential energy lost

a) quality of the receiver

b) pure sound waves being produced by the source

c) frequency and harmonics of the waves being produced

7. Temperature is a measure of

a) the heat energy of particles

b) the amount of vibration of particles

c) the amount of friction produced by two mating surfaces

8. In a heat pump

a) flow across the condenser is always in one direction

b) the compressor gains heat

c) the condenser loses heat

9. Precession in a gyro is

a) inversely proportional to the magnitude of the torques applied

b) proportional to the magnitude of the torque applied

c) proportional to the square of the magnitude of the torque applied

a) produce waves

b) tend to give off heat

c) tend to give off light

Answer

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C A B B A C B C B A

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C C A A C C B C A A

a) strain

b) shear

c) torsion

.

2. A gyro with a fixed point free to rotate in three axis is

a) an earth gyro

b) a space gyro

c) a tied gyro

3. When light rays enter a medium with a different refractive index they

a) change speed

b) change direction

c) reflect

a) it is a sphere

b) the incoming rays are already converging

c) the light rays travel more slowly at the centre

a) beta particle

b) electron

c) neutron

6. Catalysts

a) slow down reactions

b) speed up and slow down reactions

c) speed up reactions

a) compressive

b) shear

c) tensile

a) centigrade

b) Fahrenheit

c) Kelvin

9. If a ray of light enters a fibre optic cable with a refractive index

of 1.5, what is the speed of the ray in the cable?

a) 200,000 kilometres per second

b) 300,000 kilometres per second

c) 400,000 kilometres per second

10. A graded index fibre optic cable has

a) a variable refractive index across its cross sectional area

b) a sudden change in refractive index

c) a constant refractive index across its cross sectional area

Answer

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C C A A C C B C A A

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A A B A B C A B A A

a) Solid

b) Liquid

c) Gas

a) volume varies directly with temperature

b) volume varies inversely with temperature

c) volume equals pressure x temperature

a) pressure varies directly with volume

b) pressure varies inversely with volume

c) pressure equals temperature divided by volume

4. Convection does not occur in

a) solids

b) liquids

c) gases

5. A mirror

a) reflects all light

b) absorbs a percentage of light

c) refracts all light

a) unstable / reactive

b) a good conductor

c) practically inert

kinetic energy and pressure

a) Bernoulli's law

b) Charle's law

c) Newton's third law

a) adhesive forces

b) cohesive forces

c) gravitational forces.

a) 100 µm

b) 10 µm

c) 1 µm

10. The fundamental frequency is the

a) 1st harmonic

b) 2nd harmonic

c) 3rd harmonic

Answer

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A A B A B C A B A A

Answer

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C A A C B B A B A B

a) 1st harmonic

b) fundamental frequency

c) 2nd harmonic

a) 2

b) 6

c) 8

a) isochoric

b) isobaric

c) isothermic

a) isochoric

b) isobaric

c) adiabatic

a) step index

b) graded index

c) single index

a) the closer the shells get to each other

b) the further the shells get from each other

c) the shells retain the same spacing from each other

a) The number of protons

b) The number of neutrons

c) The number of electrons

a) protons

b) neutrons

c) electrons

9. Refractive index is

a) the speed of light in air divided by the speed of light in the

medium

b) the speed of light in the medium divided by the speed of light in air

c) the speed of light in air multiplied by the speed of light in the

medium

a) a molecule

b) an atom

c) a compound

Answer

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C A A C B B A B A B

Answer

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B B B B A A C C B C

a) isochoric

b) isobaric

c) isothermic

a) Charles' Law

b) Hooke's Law

c) Newton's 2nd Law

a) protons and electrons

b) protons and neutrons

c) electrons and neutrons

a) 3 x 108

b) 300,000

c) 3000

5. Relative density is

a) density of medium

density of water

b) density of water

density of medium

c) density of water x density of medium

6. What is the boundary layer?

a) The layer of still air (due to friction) around the aircraft skin

b) The outer layer of electrons in an atom

c) The thickness of the insulation of a cable

a) Number of neutrons

b) Number of protons

c) Number of protons plus the number of neutrons

speed

a) 150 nmiles/hour

b) 600 miles/hour

c) 600 nmiles/hour

What is the period?

a) 1/3 cycle

b) 3 seconds

c) 7 cm

a) the same amount of space

b) more space

c) less space

Answer

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B B B B A A C C B C

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B C A A C B A C C C

acceleration?

a) 12 m/s2

b) 10 m/s2

c) 8 m/s2

a) specific heat

b) coefficient of heat

c) heat of fusion

which it does not return to its original form after the load is released?

a) yield point

b) ultimate point

c) Young's modulus

a) more than a solid

b) less than a solid

c) more than a gas

constant, the volume will

a) increase

b) decrease

c) remain constant

a) 9.18 j/kg

b) 2326 j/kg

c) 4128 j/kg

7. Two pure tones of similar frequency are heard by a person. What will

they hear?

a) A beat of the two tones

b) One pure tone

c) Two tones

much power is used?

a) 200 Watts

b) 8 watts

c) 12.5 watts

a) the radius

b) 2 x the radius

c) 1/2 the radius

10. 2 couples with magnitude F act against each other. The resultant

will be

a) 2F

b) - 2F

c) 0

Answer

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B C A A C B A C C C

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A C B B A B A C C C

a) 760 mm

b) 700 mm

c) 1000 mm

of water is added, what will be the pressure in the vessel

a) 40 kPa

b) 50 kPa

c) 60 kPa

pressures entering at the same rate. They will extend at

a) the same rate

b) different rates

c) the same rate until the smaller jack becomes full

a) +20oC and 760 mm of mercury

b) 0oC and 760 mm of mercury

c) -20oC and 700 mm of mercury

a) 100N

b) 200N

c) 300N

a) 4 seconds

b) 0.25 seconds

c) 8 seconds

vertical position of this dot is plotted on a graph with respect to time

the result will be

a) a sinusoidal waveform

b) a transverse waveform

c) a linear motion

a) isobaric

b) isochoric

c) isothermic

a) P is proportional to T

b) P is proportional to 1/T

c) P is proportional to 1/V

a) the temperature that condensation occurs when heating a gas

b) the cooling of gas where no condensation occurs

c) the temperature that condensation occurs when cooling a gas

Answer

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A C B B A B A C C C

This is exam number 14..

Answer

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C C A A A C C A B C

a) 331 mm/s

b) 331 m/s

c) 300 m/µs

2. A process where heat is not transferred to or from a gas is known as

a) isochoric

b) isobaric

c) adiabatic

a) 9.46 x 1015 m

b) 1.5 x 1011 m

c) 3 x 1015 m

4. Two sound waves of the same frequency and amplitude are moving half

a

wavelength out of phase with each other. What will be heard?

a) Nothing

b) Twice the volume of one of the sound waves

c) Half the volume of one of the sound waves

a) +4oC

b) 0oC

c) -4oC

6. Which type of circuit is used when the temperature of the source has

insufficient heat for thermocouple application?

a) Temperature bulb

b) Balanced bridge

c) Thermistor

a) grams per square inch

b) inch pounds per square inch

c) pounds per square inch

8. The difference between two pressures is

a) differential pressure

b) vacuum pressure

c) static pressure

opening of a

a) static port is pitot pressure

b) pitot-tube is pitot pressure

c) pitot-tube is static pressure

a) the pitot tube

b) any ram air port

c) undisturbed air

Answer

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C C A A A C C A B C

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A C A B C C C A B C

1. What torque loading would you apply to a nut if the force is 50 lbs,

exerted 2 feet from its axis?

a) 100 lbs.ft

b) 251 lbs.ft

c) 600 lbs.ft

2. When different signals are transmitted down a fibre optic core, are

they distinguished by a

a) star coupler

b) active filter

c) passive filter

3. In a jack with a ram only on one side and hydraulic fluid applied

from both sides

a) the ram will move to the side where the ram is, due to pressure

acting on differential areas

b) the ram will move opposite to the side where the ram is due to

pressure acting on differential areas

c) a condition of hydraulic lock exists and no movement will take

place

jack of 4 sq inch piston area

a) will be equal to that applied by a similar jack of 2 sq inch piston

area

b) will be twice that applied by a similar jack of 2 sq inch piston area

area

area 2 sq in and 4 sq in

a) the smaller jack will exert a force of 50 lb and the larger a force

of 25 lb

b) the two jacks will exert the same force

c) the smaller jack will exert a force of 200 lb and the larger a

force of 400 lb

6. On an Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR), the attenuation is

a) derived from a graph

b) dialed into OTDR

c) read from the cathode ray display

a) collect air from the hydraulic fluid, thus reducing the requirement

for frequent bleeding

b) relieve excess pressure

c) store hydraulic fluid under pressure

8. If the hydraulic system accumulator has a low air pressure, it will

cause

a) rapid pressure fluctuations during operation of services

b) rapid movement of the operating jacks

c) slow build up of pressure in the system

of 2” is needed to reach the bolt in addition to the 8” torque wrench.

What will the actual reading?

a) 54 lb.ins

b) 40 lb.ins

c) 60 lb.ins

pre-charge air pressure of 1000 psi the gauge will read

a) 2500 psi

b) 1000 psi

c) 1500 psi

Answer

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A C A B C C C A B C

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B C A B C B C A B C

1. A compressor increases

a) kinetic energy

b) potential energy

c) moving energy

2. P1 x V1 / T1 = P1 x V2 / T2 is

a) Charles' law

b) Boyle's law

c) Ideal gas law

3. V1 / T1 = V2 / T2 at a constant pressure is

a) Charles' law

b) ideal gas law

c) Boyle's law

4. P1 x V1 = P2 x V2 at a constant temperature is

a) Charles' law

b) Boyle's law

c) ideal gas law

5. Change from solid to gas state without going through liquid state is

called

a) state leap

b) transformation

c) sublimation

a) 1 lb of water by 1° F

b) 1 lb of water by 1° C

c) 1 kg of water by 1° C

a) 1 kg of water to heat up by 1° F

b) 1 lb of water to heat up by 1° C

c) 1 lb of water to heat up by 1° F

a) 746 Watts

b) 736 Watts

c) 1360 Watts

9. 1 Watt =

a) 1 HP

b) 1 Joule/s

c) 1kg/h

remains constant at

a) - 56°F

b) - 52°C

c) - 56°C

Answer

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B C A B C B C A B C

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A C B B A B B B B A

1. A freely falling body, falling from a height of 2km, and assuming g =

10m/s2, will strike the ground in a time of

a) 20s

b) 80s

c) 400s

radians/second?

a) 5pi radians/second

b) 2pi radians/second

c) 10pi radians/second

3. If a machine has a mechanical advantage of 10 and a velocity ratio of

20, the efficiency of the machine is

a) 2

b) 0.5

c) 200%

path is called the

a) centrifugal force

b) centripetal force

c) inertia force

a) 5 degrees

b) 9 degrees

c) 7 degrees

6. Heat is defined as

a) the stored energy in a hot body

b) energy in transit

c) a high temperature

energy to make an emergency stop. Its brakes apply a force of 10

kiloNewtons. What distance does it travel before it comes to a stop?

a) 40m

b) 80m

c) 800m

a) A molecule

b) An atom

c) An isotope

9. A positive ion

a) has extra electrons

b) has missing electrons

c) is a radioactive isotope

a) heats up the intervening medium

b) does not heat up the intervening medium

c) is generated by fast moving electrons

Answer

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A C B B A B B B B A

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B A B A B C A C A B

1. Young's modulus is

a) strain / stress

b) stress / strain

c) stress x strain

a) same numbers of protons

b) same numbers of neutrons

c) same number of electrons

a) 8

b) 2

c) 1

a) decrease

b) stay the same

c) increase

5. A fire engine is approaching you with its siren on. As it passes you

does its pitch

a) increase

b) decrease

c) stay the same

radius of 5 metres has a speed of

a) 5pi metres per second

b) 5 metres per second

c) 25 metres per second

the work produced

a) 1458 J

b) 10.1 KJ

c) 583.2 KJ

a) 4.9 pa

b) 49 pa

c) 4900 pa

9. A mass of 10kg placed 2 metres away from a pivot will have a moment

of

a) 196 NM

b) 20 NM

c) 50 NM

litres is added, the pressure will now be

a) 50 kPa

b) 60 kPa

c) 40 kPa

Answer

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B A B A B C A C A B

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B B C A B B C B A A

the pilot that the specific gravity is 0.8, what will the uplift be?

a) 7360 litres

b) 11500 litres

c) 9200 litres

a) compound

b) element

c) neutroid

3. Specific gravity

a) is measured in kg/m3

b) is measured in g/m

c) has no units

a) compound

b) element

c) mixture

frequency is

a) 3 cycles per second

b) 1/3 cycle per second

c) 20 cycles per second

a) adiabatic

b) isothermal

c) isobaric

what is its acceleration?

a) 8 m/s2

b) 4 m/s2

c) 2 m/s2

a) amount of kinetic energy stored

b) amount of vibration of the particles

c) amount of heat possessed by a body

a) it’s surfaces are spherical in shape

b) light is slower in the centre of the lens compared to outer

extremities

c) light is already converging

b) less than the angle of incidence

c) more than the angle of incidence

Answer

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B B C A B B C B A A

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A A A A B A A A A A

pressure imposed on it and

a) work is done

b) a force is produced

c) nothing will happen

a) Ö2 seconds

b) 2 seconds

c) 1 second

3. 600K is equal to

a) 326.85°C

b) 873 °C

c) 853 °C

a) electrons

b) neutrons

c) mass number

a) positive

b) negative

c) neutral

6. In a fibre optic flying control system

a) the sensor does not require electrical power

b) the electronic processor requires power before transmission

c) the sensor requires power for the electronic processor

a) diameter is greater than the wavelength

b) diameter is equal to the wavelength

c) diameter is less than the wavelength

a) number and pitch of harmonics

b) frequency of the supply

c) medium it is traveling through

time period is

a) 3 seconds

b) 1/3 second

c) 7 cm

10. A mass of 400kg moves 27 metres with a force of 54N. What is the

work produced?

a) 1458J

b) 10.1kJ

c) 583.2kJ

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A A A A B A A A A A

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A A A B B A A

a) Kelvin

b) degrees Centigrade

c) degrees Fahrenheit

a) in the outermost shell

b) in the innermost shell

c) which is not within an atom

a) adhesive force

b) cohesive force

c) gravitational force

a) The number of protons

b) The number of neutrons

c) The number of electrons

a) an ion

b) hydrogen

c) helium

a) 3

b) 4

c) 7

7.What is the mass number?

a) 5

b) 4

c) 9

a) 9.81 m/s2

b) 0.981 m/s2

c) 12.7 m/s2

a) 173K

b) 273K

c) 373K

a) 4.186

b) 0.239

c) 252

Answer

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A A A A B A A A A A

Answer

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A A A A B A A A A A

a) radiant heat

b) latent heat

c) heat of combustion

2. The transfer of heat through radiation is achieved by

a) warming up the intervening medium

b) not warming up the intervening medium

c) the application of radioactive isotopes

3. 1 kW is

a) 1.56 HP

b) 3413 btu per hour

c) 360 Joules

is pumped in, what is the pressure on the air side?

a) 4000 lb/in2

b) 1000 lb/in2

c) 3000 lb/in2

a) the light source is already converging

b) the light waves move slower in the centre of the lens than they do at

the extremities

c) it is not a sphere

cable. To separate them at the other end you would use

a) a star coupling

b) a passive filter

c) an active filter

a) - 40oF

b) 72oF

c) 8oF

8. Absolute zero is

a) 0oC

b) 273.15 K

c) - 273.15 oC

use in 20 seconds?

a) 100 kJ

b) 90 kJ

c) 2.25 kJ

a) dial in the known attenuation

b) the shape of the curve will tell you how much attenuation there is

c) ignore it

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A A A A B A A A A A

This is exam number 23.

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B C B B A C A C C C

scale

a) 12oF

b) 1.8oF

c) 33oF

a) the point at which air can be heated

b) the point when air is cooled at which the moisture does not condense

c) the point when air is cooled at which the moisture just starts to

condense

3. What are common refrigerant agents?

a) Dry ice, methyl bromide, water

b) water, freon, ammonia

c) formaldehyde, ammonia, carbon dioxide

It is

a) isothermal

b) adiabatic

c) isochoric

a) isothermal

b) adiabatic

c) isochoric

is

a) compressive stress

b) compressive strain

c) bulk modulus

7. There are solids, liquids and gases present in the universe and every

unit of theirs occupy some space. This is called

a) matter

b) mass

c) compound

a) substance

b) substrate

c) sublimate

9. A particle vibrating in air produces

a) light

b) heat

c) a wave

a) 4/5 oxygen and 1/5 nitrogen

b) 2/5 oxygen and 3/5 nitrogen

c) 1/5 oxygen and 4/5 nitrogen

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B C B B A C A C C C

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A A A A C A A B B A

1. Transfer of heat from a hot area to a cold area is

a) conduction

b) convection

c) radiation

a) trivalent

b) tetravalent

c) trevalent

sq.in2 will

a) double the force

b) square the force

c) have the same force

4. An atom deficient of a valency electron is deficient

a) of an electron in the outer shell

b) of a neutron in the outer shell

c) of an electron in the inner shell

a) 2

b) 4

c) 8

a) No heat crosses the boundary

b) All heat crosses the boundary

c) Some heat crosses the boundary

a) Protons, neutrons and electrons

b) Protons and electrons

c) Protons and neutrons

8. What type of fibre optic cable is used on aircraft?

a) Single mode

b) Multi mode

c) Multi core

a) cohesive

b) adhesive

c) gravitational

a) protons plus neutrons

b) protons plus electrons

c) neutrons plus electrons

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A C C C B A B A B A

speed?

a) 200 m/s

b) 100 ms

c) 270 m/s

bottom

a) the potential energy is more than the kinetic energy

b) the potential energy is equal to the kinetic energy

c) the kinetic energy is more than the potential energy

3. A pile driver of weight 1000 kg, hits a post 3 m below it. It moves

the post 10 mm. Assuming gravity = 10 m/s2, what is the kinetic energy of

the pile driver?

a) 45 kJ

b) 90 kJ

c) 30 kJ

a) 3rd harmonic

b) 2nd overtone

c) 3rd overtone

density of gases?

a) 20oC and 760 mm of mercury

b) 0oCand 760 mm of mercury

c) -20oC and 700 mm of mercury

6. If a gas is heated and its temperature is raised by 1K what happens

to its volume?

a) Increases by 1/273

b) Decreases by 1/273

c) Remains the same

the glass will

a) rise

b) fall

c) remain the same

of 3000 psi and has surface area of 2.5 m2?

a) 7500 N

b) 1200 N

c) 3000 N

9. Intensity of sound waves

a) vary directly as per distance from source

b) varies inversely as the square of distance from source

c) is not affected by distance

a) 10 kg

b) 1 Mg

c) 10 K

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C C B A B A A B C B

a) 1 MN

b) 10 mN

c) 10 MN

2. A millilitre is equal to

a) one million litres

b) one millionth of a litre

c) one thousandth of a litre

a) 3 m2

b) 3 m

c) 3 sq. m.

a) 6.6 LB

b) 1.3 LB

c) 0.675 N

5. 100 m is approximately

a) 66 yards

b) 109 yards

c) 220 yards

What is the speed?

a) 30 mph

b) 60 mph

c) 15 mph

speed?

a) 10,000 mph

b) 48,000 mph

c) 36,000 mph

8. A cyclist covers a distance of 1,000 m at a constant speed in 90

seconds, What is his speed?

a) 10 m/s

b) 12.5 m/s

c) 50 m/s

a) 40 minutes

b) 75 minutes

c) 90 minutes

10. An aircraft travels at 500 km/hr for 30 minutes at steady speed. How

far does it move in that time?

a) 500 km

b) 250 km

c) 1000 km

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C A C B B B B B C B

a) Speed and distance

b) Speed and mass

c) Speed and direction

2. Acceleration involves

a) change in speed or direction of movement

b) change of position with time

c) steady speed over a fixed period of time

10 ft/sec in 5 seconds?

a) 50 ft/sec2

b) 0.5 ft/sec2

c) 2 ft/sec2

m/s2. How long will it take to reach a speed of 20 m/s?

a) 20 secs

b) 15 secs

c) 10 secs

a) solid substances only

b) all substances irrespective of state

c) gases and liquids only

down a runway?

a) The 1st law

b) The 2nd law

c) The 3rd law

the braking action?

a) The 1st law

b) The 2nd law

c) The 3rd law

a) Newton’s 1st law

b) Newton’s 2nd law

c) Newton’s 3rd law

9. What force is required to produce an acceleration of 5 m/s2 on a mass

of 2 kg?

a) 2.5 N

b) 10 kg

c) 10 N

a) the kilogram

b) the slug

c) the Newton

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A B B B B C A A A A

mass is it acting?

a) 4 slugs

b) 25 slugs

c) 4 lb

2. What is acceleration?

a) Rate of change of position

b) Rate of change of velocity

c) Rate of change of movement

a) Joules x Seconds

b) Joules/Seconds

c) Watts/Seconds

4. Fahrenheit may be converted to Celsius by using the equation

a) Co = 9/5 x Fo + 32

b) Co = 5/9 x (Fo - 32)

c) Co = 5/9 x Fo - 32

a) possesses sense only

b) possesses sense, magnitude and direction

c) possesses direction only

a) 28.9 inches of hg

b) 1.22 kg/m2

c) 14.7 lbf/in2

7. Strain is calculated by

a) Extension ÷ Original Length

b) Original Length ÷ Extension

c) Original Length ÷ Stress

8. In a gear train the Driver has 100 tpi and the Driven as 50 tpi.

a) The driven rotates twice as fast

b) The driven rotates half as fast

c) The driver and driven rotate at the same speed.

9. In fibre optics. The fibre cable has a refractive index of 1.5, what

Is its speed?

a) 200 meters/microsecond

b) 300 meters/microsecond

c) 400 meters/microsecond

a) Speeds it up

b) Slows it down

c) Can either speed it up or slow it down

This is exam number 29.

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A C B C C B C A B C

a) step index

b) single index

c) double index

a) 4

b) 8

c) 2

a) Specific heat

b) Latent heat

c) Sensible heat

4. When a twisting force is applied to a bolt, what stress is exerted on

to the head?

a) Shear

b) Compressive

c) Torsion

5. When you over stress a steel bar, what is the point called where it

does not return to its original form?

a) Deformation limit

b) Plastic limit

c) Elasticity limit

acceleration?

a) 12m/s2

b) 10m/s2

c) 8m/s2

7. If heat is constant, and if pressure increases on a liquid what will

the volume do?

a) Increase

b) Decrease

c) Remains constant

a) Narrow in the middle

b) Wide in the middle

c) Cone like

a) 9.18 joules per kilogram

b) 2326 joules per kilogram

c) 4128 joules per kilogram

a) proportional to distance

b) inversely proportional

c) inversely proportional to the square of the distance

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A B A B B A B A A B

being reflected, how is it reflected?

a) Reflected through the focal point

b) Reflected through the centre of curvature

c) Neither

a) Real

b) Virtual

c) Negative

different refractive index, what will happen to the beam of light?

a) Change speed

b) Total internal reflection

c) Total internal refraction

diameter, it is

a) step index

b) graded index

c) single mode

a) f orce x area

b) force ÷ area

c) force ÷ cross-sectional area

a) temperature

b) velocity

c) density

10 kiloNewtons of force is applied at the brakes, how far does the

aircraft take to stop?

a) 400 M

b) 40 M

c) 800 M

8. If a car travels 18km in 1 ½ minutes, what is it velocity in m/s?

a) 200 m/s

b) 150 m/s

c) 100 m/s

a) dry ice, freon, ammonia

b) ammonia, freon, methyl bromide

c) dry ice, Methyl bromide, ammonia

temperature is the heat of

a) fusion

b) vaporisation

c) condensation

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B B A C B B A C B A

a) a good conductor

b) practically inert

c) a good insulator

a) bent more

b) bent less

c) not bent

The specific gravity of the fuel is 0.8, how many litres are put on board?

a) 1158 litres

b) 732 litres

c) 389 litres

a) good conductor

b) very reactive

c) inert

moment?

a) 196 N.M.

b) 20 N.M.

c) 80 N.M.

a) latent heat

b) radiant heat

c) transmissive heat

at?

a) Angle of incidence

b) Reflective index

c) Reactive angle

a) high

b) low

c) alternates high and low

9. A fibre optic cable is attenuated at 29dB/Metre. This is referring to

a) allowable loss

b) the figure that has to be allowed for when calculating power gain

c) the maximum cable run allowed in the system

a) photodiode

b) laser diode

c) light emitting diode

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B A C B A B A B B A

liquids is

a) 0oC and 760 mmHg

b) 4oC and 760 mmHg

c) 15oC and 760 mmHg

2. The standard temperature and pressure for measuring the volume of

liquids and solids is

a) 20oC and 760 mmHg

b) 20oC and 700 mmHg

c) 0oC and 760 mmHg

a) many holes

b) large amounts of free electrons

c) few free electrons

a) Ice

b) Steam

c) Water

5. If a tensile load is placed on a bar it will

a) stretch

b) bend

c) crush

6. Compressibility is

a) stress/strain

b) strain/stress

c) stress x strain

each revolution. How many joules does it use in a day?

a) 28.8 kJ

b) 720 kJ

c) 7200 kJ

a) the angle of total internal reflection

b) the intermodal dispersion

c) the wavelength of the light

a) increase in volume

b) decrease in volume

c) remain the same volume

10. How would you work out the work done by a machine assuming it is

100% efficient?

a) Mechanical advantage and input

b) Input and output

c) Mechanical advantage and output

This is exam number 33.

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A B A B A C C B A C

a) kinetic energy is gained at the same rate as potential energy is

lost

b) kinetic energy is gained at a greater rate than potential energy is

lost

c) potential energy is gained at a greater rate than kinetic energy

is lost

2. Specific gravity is

a) kg/m3

b) pure numbers

c) m/s2

its moment at the bottom?

a) 196 NM

b) 20 NM

c) 80 NM

a) convection

b) conduction

c) radiation

the circle has a radius of 20km and the time taken is 30mins, the average

speed is?

a) 125.7 km/h

b) 80 km/h

c) 110 km/h

6. The landing speed of an aircraft is 54 m/s. If the maximum

deceleration is 3m/s2 the minimum length of runway required is

a) 162m

b) 360m

c) 486m

a) exactly 3

b) 2p

c) p

a) 1000p rads/s

b) 16.66p rads/s

c) 8.33p rads/s

40 metres is

a) 784.8 kj

b) 80 kj

c) 500 kj

10. If, with a concave mirror the image is placed beyond the centre of

curvature, the image produced will be

a) real, erect and larger

b) real, inverted and smaller

c) virtual, erect and larger

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A B C A A A B A B B

1. The power of a lens is calculated from the

a) reciprocal of the focal length

b) product of the focal length and its distance from the pole

c) focal length squared

amplitude occurs is called the

a) node

b) anti-node

c) harmonic

3. The name given to sounds below that which the human ear can detect,

i.e. below 20Hz is

a) ultra sound

b) sonic pitch

c) infra sound

4. The speed of sound in dry air is 331 m/s. In a solid the speed would

a) increase

b) decrease

c) stay the same

a) a chemical compound

b) a neutrino

c) an isotope

a) trivalent

b) pentavelant

c) covalent

7. 1 KW is equal to

a) 252 BTU

b) 1.34 HP

c) 1000 Joules

aircraft to be highest?

a) High temp, high humidity

b) Low temp, high humidity

c) Head wind, low humidity

9. If a tuning fork is struck and held close to the ear and slowly

rotated about the vertical axis, in one rotation how many times is there

no sound?

a) 4

b) 2

c) Sound is audible for the whole revolution

10. What type of friction requires the greatest force to overcome it?

a) Rolling friction

b) Static friction

c) Dynamic friction

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B B C A B A C A A A

acceleration

a) 1st

b) 2nd

c) 3rd

then pushed across the hangar 24 meters. The force required to push the

trolley is 12 kN. What is the work done to move the trolley?

a) 298kJ

b) 288kJ

c) 84MJ

3. What is the phenomenon that occurs when a siren that approaches you,

at the point of passing, the pitch decreases?

a) Resonance

b) Echo

c) Dopplereffect

4. Viscosity is known as

a) the internal resistance for a fluid to flow

b) fluids flowing in a straight line

c) Newton's 1st law of motion

a) Charles law

b) Bernoulli's Theorem

c) Faraday's law

a) Single mode laser for the transmitter

b) Single mode laser for the oscillator

c) Single mode laser for the transmitter and the oscillator

a) cause distortion to the light wave at the output end which is

dependent upon the length of the cable

b) have several light rays to pass

c) have diameter matched to wavelength of light passed

8. When an emergent light wave enters a divergent lens

a) it will focus behind the lens

b) it will focus beyond the lens

c) it is s spherical

reflected

a) through the focal point

b) parallel to mirror axis

c) back to the centre of curvature

a) positive charge

b) negative charge

c) no charge

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B C B B A B C B A B

of freedom it is

a) a space gyro

b) a tied gyro

c) an earth gyro

2. In a concave mirror, a light ray passing through the focal point will

be reflected

a) through the focus

b) parallel to the axis

c) on the centre line of the mirror

3. A passive sensor

a) requires power for the sensor

b) does not require power

c) requires power for the transmitter

a) tie

b) strut

c) beam

5. 1 Pascal equals

a) 1 N/m sq.

b) 105 N/m sq.

c) 10 Nm

a) a magnitude only

b) magnitude and direction

c) magnitude direction and sense

a) analysis

b) bombardment

c) synthesis

represent

a) isotones

b) isotopes

c) semiconductor

9. Molecules of matter are in constant motion. The amount of vibration

or motion is dependent on

a) temperature

b) pressure

c) volume

a) sun

b) resultant

c) component

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A A B B A A A A A B

water at 0 degrees C is called

a) the latent heat of fusion

b) the latent heat of vaporisation

c) sensible energy

2. Two items weighing 11kg and 8kg are placed 2m and 1m respectively

aft of the C of G of an aircraft. How far forward of the C of G must a weight

of 30kg be placed so as not to change the C of G?

a) 1m

b) 1.5m

c) 2m

a) point of equilibrium

b) centre of gravity

c) centre of mass

4. A load of 600N is suspended by a cable. If the stress in the cable is

said to be limited to 15N/mm2 the minimum cross sectional area of the

cable must be

a) 0.025mm2

b) 40mm2

c) 9000mm2

load of 480N is applied to it. Calculate the total shortening when the

load is increased by 120N

a) 75mm

b) 45mm

c) 82mm

in an element is called

a) an atom

b) a neutron

c) an electron

7. A nucleus consists of

a) positively charged particles only

b) negatively charged particles only

c) a nucleus and normally has no overall charge at all and so is

neutral

8. A compound is a

a) mixture of more than one element which are chemically bonded

together

b) solution (either liquid or solid) of elements or mixtures of elements

to form a new material

c) mixture of more than one element which are mixed together

a) 3

b) 2

c) 1

a) As temp rises a solid will always become a liquid and then a gas

b) Matter can only exist in one of three states

c) Temperature is the only factor which can affect the state in which

matter exists

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B A C C A A B B A A

1. Refractive index is

a) highest for water

b) higher for diamond than acrylic

c) lower for 4ºC water than 0ºC ice

a) independent of its mass

b) is longer for a heavy pendulum bob

c) is longer on the earth than on the moon

a) angle bisectors

b) perpendicular bisectors

c) medians from a vertex to the opposite side

a) cannot reduce the noise from outside completely

b) are designed to work with accessory completely

c) operate by destructive interference of sound waves

that of the core:

a) is always smaller

b) is always larger

c) can be either bigger or smaller depending on specification

a) elongation & shear

b) torsion & shear

c) compression & shear

a) material, diameter and absorption

b) internal reflection

c) material, absorption and speed of light

8. Ideal gas goes through an isothermal process. It is in accordance

with which law?

a) Charle's

b) Boyle's

c) Gay Lussac's

9. In spherical aberrations

a) incident rays further from the axis intersect slightly closer to the

lens to produce a distorted picture

b) the bending of light through lens intersect at the same point

(achromatic lens)

c) incident rays further from the axis intersect slightly further

away from the lens to produce a distorted picture

a) they produce a pure note

b) they produce a beat when played together with the instrument

c) they produce both of the other effects described

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B B A A B B B C A B

a) there is a 180º phase change at the open end

b) resonance occurs with standing waves set up inside the pipe

c) the lowest frequency of the note is called second harmonic

a) 3rd harmonic

b) 3rd overtone

c) 4th overtone

takes 30 seconds. What is the energy required for one day?

a) 28,800J

b) 14,400J

c) 1,200J

4. Two sound waves are the same but slightly out of phase. This means

that

a) the beat frequency is the same

b) the beat frequency will be slightly different

c) there will be no beat frequency

a) the sensor needs electrical power

b) the sensor and transmitter require electrical power

c) the sensor inputs to the transmitter which needs electrical power

6. In fibreoptics, the type of cable is chosen by

a) mathching the diameter of the cable with the wavelength

b) distance required to travel

c) the strength of signal needed

called a

a) fundamental mode

b) node

c) antinode

a) one peak to the next

b) the top of a peak to the bottom of a trough

c) half the distance from peak to trough

a) loudness

b) moment

c) pitch

to the direction of wave travel is a

a) Longitudinal Wave

b) Transverse Wave

c) Dispersion Wave

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B A C A B B C C C C

a) 273 Kelvin

b) 373 Kelvin

c) 0 Kelvin

a) the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons

b) the same number of neutrons but a different number of protons

c) a different atomic number

a) the speed of the wave remains constant

b) the wavelength remains constant

c) the frequency remains constant

occurs is called the

a) antinode

b) node

c) primary node

5. A quantity which has size but no direction is called a

a) Vector

b) Scalar

c) Moment

a) loudness

b) pitch

c) moment

direction of travel is a

a) Transverse Wave

b) Upright Wave

c) Longitudinal Wave

8. Neutrons have

a) a positive charge

b) a negative charge

c) no charge

a) increases with an increasing radius of circle

b) decreases with increasing speed of the object

c) increase with increasing mass of the object

less than the critical angle

a) Total Internal Reflection takes place

b) no light is reflected

c) both reflection and refraction takes place

Answer

1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B B B C A B A

a) protons

b) protons and neutrons

c) electrons

a) input/output

b) mechanical advantage of output

c) mechanical advantage of input

a) compressibility stress x compressibility strain

b) compressibility stress divided by compressibility strain

c) compressibility strain divided by compressibility stress

4. Pressure in a pipe is

a) mass divided by cross-sectional area

b) weight per unit area

c) force per unit area

a) Liquids and gases

b) Solids and gases

c) any matter depending on temperature

a) (5/9 x C) + 32

b) (9/5 + C) + 32

c) (5/9 +32) + C

a) neutron

b) electron

c) nucleus

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