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A. 100 kg

B. 60 kg

C. 40 kg

D. 10 kg

A. 6t - 2

B. 3t2 + 2t

C. 6t + 2

D. 3t3 - 2t

E. 3t - 2

A. Original velocity in the same direction

B. Half the original velocity in the same direction

C. Half the original velocity in the opposite direction

D. Original velocity in the opposite direction

A. Work

B. None of these

C. Force

D. Torque

E. Power

A. 3 beats per second

B. 2.5 beats per second

C. 1.0 beat per second

D. 2.0 beats per second

E. 0.5 beat per second

A. Non-coplaner non-current forces

B. None of these

C. Intersecting forces

D. Non-coplaner concurrent forces

E. Coplaner non-concurrent forces

A. The time period is proportional to its length l

B. The time period is inversely proportional to g where g is the acceleration due to gravity

C. The time period is proportional to l where l is length

D. The time period does not depend on its magnitude

A. If a polygen representing the forces acting at point in a body is closed, the forces are in equilibrium

B. If forces acting on a point can be represented of a polygon taken in order, their sides of a polygon taken in order, their resultant will be represented in magnitude and direction by the closing side of the polygon, taken in opposite order

C. If forces acting on a point can be represented in magnitude and direction by the sides of a polygon in order, the forces are in equilibrium

D. If forces acting on a point can be represented in magnitde and direction by the sides of a polygon taken in order, then the resultant of the forces will be represented in magnitude and direction by the closing side of the polygon

A. 0.18845 m/sec

B. 188.5 m/sec

C. 18.85 m/sec

D. 1.885 m/sec

A. 3

B. 2

C. 4

D. 5

A. Involute

B. Straight line

C. Centroid

D. Spiral

A. H/3

B. H/6

C. H/5

D. H/2

E. H/4

A. 1500 metres

B. 500 metres

C. 2000 metres

D. 25000 metres

E. 1000 metres

A. Centrifugal force

B. Centripetal force

C. Gravitational force

D. None of these

A. M3

B. M4

C. None of these

D. M

E. M2

A. 40 kg

B. 30 kg

C. 35 kg

D. 25 kg

E. 20 kg

A. 2.5 m/sec

B. 1.5 m/sec

C. 0.5 m/sec

D. 4.5 m/sec

E. 3.5 m/sec

A. The diagonal of the parallelogram which does not pass through the point of intersection of the forces"

B. The diagonal of the parallelogram which passes through the point of intersection of the forces"

C. Its longer side"

D. Its shorter side"

E. Half the sum of the diagonals"

A. Period of impact

B. Period of collision

C. All these

D. Time of collision

A. 0.05 m/sec

B. 1.00 m/sec

C. 1.5 m/see

D. 0.01 m/sec

A. Mathematics

B. Physics

C. Geology

D. Applied Mechanics

E. Chemistry

A. The motion and behaviour of particles in a gas

B. The nature and behaviour of waves

C. The equilibrium of a system of fluids

D. The movement of objects in a static environment

E. Forces operating on and in a body at rest

A. Statics

B. Kinematics

C. Dynamics

D. Thermodynamics

A. Mechanics

B. Kinetics

C. Thermodynamics

D. Aerodynamics

A. The temperature of the object

B. The temperature at which the object is hottest

C. The shape of the object

D. The strength of the object's gravitational attraction to other bodies

E. The speed at which the object is moving

A. Penny

B. Litre

C. Kilogram

D. Gram

A. Velocity

B. Displacement

C. Tension

D. Movement

A. Angular momentum

B. Moment of inertia

C. Velocity

D. Acceleration

E. Position

A. Velocity

B. Impulse

C. Acceleration

D. Jerk

E. Magnitude

A. Magnitude

B. Acceleration

C. Deceleration

D. Velocity

A. A product of its mass and velocity

B. Strength of the gravitational force

C. The product of its mass and velocity squared

D. The sum of its mass and velocity

E. A vector quantity

A. Speed

B. A force

C. Time

D. Temperature

A. A displacement vector

B. A force field

C. A magnitude

D. A force

E. A vector quantity

A. 30

B. 50

C. 60

D. 80

A. The floor is smooth and the wall is rough

B. The floor is rough and the wall is smooth

C. Both floor and wall are rough

D. Both floor and wall are smooth

A. Centrode respectively are

B. Straight line and parabola

C. Straight line and circle

D. Circle and straight line

E. Circle and parabola

A. Mass of suspended particle

B. Length of the pendulum

C. Acceleration due to gravity

D. Both b and c

A. Parabola

B. Catenary

C. Cycloid

D. Ellipse

A. Zero

B. Maximum

C. Minimum

D. None of these

A. Maximum kinetic energy and minimum potential energy

B. Maximum kinetic energy and maximum potential energy

C. Minimum kinetic energy and maximum potential energy

D. Minimum kinetic, energy and minimum potential energy

A. Is more when the lift is moving downwards

B. Is less when the lift is moving upwards

C. Remains constant whether its moves downwards or upwards

D. Is less when the lift is moving downwards

A. Parabolic

B. Circular

C. Catenary

D. Elliptical

A. Motion is

B. Weight

C. Mass

D. Inertia

E. Momentum

A. Vibration is 1 sec, then the maximum velocity of the particle is

B. 1.00 m/sec

C. 1.57 m/sec

D. 3.14 m/sec

E. 6.28 m/sec

A. Concurrent

B. Parallel

C. Concurrent parallel

D. None of these

A. Nature of surfaces only

B. Area of contact only

C. Both and

D. None of the above

A. Supports

B. Quarter span

C. Midspan

D. None of the above

A. When the string is horizontal

B. When the stone is at the highest position

C. When the stone is at the lowest position

D. At all the positions

A. 7 km/hrs

B. 2 km/hrs

C. 1 km/hrs

D. 10 km/hrs

A. 1/4

B. 1/2

C. 3/4

D. 2