# ENGINEERING MECHANICS MCQ

SECTION-2

##### Q21. The forces, whose lines of action are parallel to each other and act in the same directions, are known as(a) Coplanar concurrent forces(b) Coplanar non-concurrent forces(c) Like parallel forces(d) Unlike parallel forcesAns: (c) Like parallel forcesQ22.  In ideal machines(a) Mechanical advantage is greater than velocity ratio(b) Mechanical advantage is equal to velocity ratio(c) Mechanical advantage is less than velocity ratio(d) Mechanical advantage is unityAns: (b) Mechanical advantage is equal to velocity ratioQ23.  If the body falls freely under gravity, then the gravitational acceleration is taken as(a) +8.9 m/s2(b) -8.9 m/s2(c) +9.8 m/s2(d) -9.8 m/s2Ans: (c) +9.8 m/s2 Q24. Two non-collinear parallel equal forces acting in opposite direction(a) Balance each other(b) Constitute a moment(c) Constitute a couple(d) Constitute a moment of coupleAns: (c) Constitute a coupleQ25. One joule means that(a) Work is done by a force of 1 N when it displaces a body through 1 m(b) Work is done by a force of 1 kg when it displaces a body through 1 m(c) Work is done by a force of 1 dyne when it displaces a body through 1 cm(d) Work is done by a force of 1 g when it displaces a body through 1 cmAns: (a) Work is done by a force of 1 N when it displaces a body through 1 mQ26. The force required to move the body up the plane will be minimum if it makes an angle with the inclined plane __________ the angle of friction.(a) Equal to(b) Less than(c) Greater than(d) None of theseAns: (a) Equal toQ27. The unit of angular velocity is(a) m/min(b) rad/s(c) Revolutions/min(d) Both (b) and (c)Ans: (d) Both (b) and (c)Q28. When a person, on a bicycle, drives round a curve, he has to lean __________ to maintain equilibrium.(a) Inward(b) Outward(c) Towards front(d) Towards backAns: (a) InwardQ29. The rate of doing work is known as(a) Potential energy(b) Kinetic energy(c) Power(d) None of theseAns: (c) PowerQ30. The centre of gravity of a semi-circle lies at a distance of __________ from its base measured along the vertical radius.(a) 3r/ 8(b) 4r/ 3π(c) 8r/3(d) 3r/4πAns: (b) 4r/ 3π

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