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A. 8.9 N in SI system

B. 9.8 N in SI system

C. 4.5 N in SI system

D. 5.4 N in SI system.

Answer: B

A. mass

B. force

C. work energy

D. power

E. all the above.

Answer: E

A. kg/m3

B. kg/m2

C. kg/m

D. N/m

Answer: D

A. length and mass

B. time and temperature

C. mole and light intensity

D. electric current

E. all the above.

Answer: E

A. volts

B. watts

C. amperes

D. joules.

Answer: C

A. 105 dynes

B. 104 dynes

C. 103 dynes

D. 102 dynes

Answer: A

A. N/m3

B. kg/m3

C. m3/s

D. kg

Answer: B

A. 1 N force = 0.10197 kgf

B. 1 kgf = 9.80665 N

C. 1 kgf/cm2 = 98.0665 kN/m2

D. 1 atm = 101.325 kN/m2

E. All the above.

Answer: E

A. 10-3 m

B. 10-6 m

C. 10-9 m

D. 10-12 m

Answer: B

A. C.G.S. units

B. F.P.S. units

C. M.K.S. units

D. None of these.

Answer: C

A. In S.I. system, pressure is expressed in N/m2

B. In S.I. system, surface tension is expressed in Newton per metre

C. In S.I. system, force is expressed in Newtons

D. In S.I. system, power is expressed in watts

E. All the above.

Answer: E

A. 1 atm

B. 1 bar

C. 1 m bar

D. 1 mm Hg

Answer: B

A. degrees

B. grades

C. radians

D. steradians.

Answer: D

A. Terra

B. pico

C. Giga

D. Mega

E. None of these.

Answer: B

A. The units of moment of inertia of a plane area, depends upon the units of the area and the length

B. The moment of inertia is expressed in m4 if the area is in square metres and the length is also in metres

C. The moment of inertia is expressed in cm4 if the area is in square centimetres and the length in centimetres

D. The moment of inertia is expressed in mm4 if the area is in square millimetres and the length in millimetres

E. All the above.

Answer: E

A. 47.88 N/m2

B. 9.81 N/m2

C. 4.882 N/m2

D. 0.07013 N/m2

Answer: B

A. I2 a

B. I a

C. I/a

D. I2/a

E. I a1/2

Answer: B

A. kg-m

B. kg-cm

C. kg-mm

D. all the above.

Answer: D

A. m/s2

B. w/s2

C. rad/s2

D. rad/s

Answer: C

A. 1 cm/sec2 while acting on a body of 1 gm mass

B. 1 cm/sec2 while acting on a body of 1 kg mass

C. 1 m/sec2 while acting on a body of 1 kg mass

D. 1 m/sec2 while acting on a body of 1 gm mass.

Answer: C

A. Luminous intensity

B. electric current intensity

C. power

D. frequency.

Answer: D

A. luminous intensity

B. electric current intensity

C. power

D. frequency.

Answer: A

A. force

B. density

C. volume

D. pressure.

Answer: B

A. Centimetre, gram, second

B. Foot, pound, second

C. Metre, kilogram, second

D. Kilometre, kilogram, minute

E. None of these.

Answer: C

A. 50% platinum and 50% iridium

B. 60% platinum and 40% iridium

C. 70% platinum and 30% iridium

D. 80% platinum and 20% iridium

E. 90% platinum and 10% iridium

Answer: E

A. Surface tension

B. Kinematic viscosity

C. Pressure

D. Power.

Answer: B

A. Newton/m2

B. Newton/cm2

C. Newton/mm2

D. all the above.

Answer: D

A. 0.10197 kgf

B. 0.20197 kgf

C. 9.80665 kgf

D. 0.97125 kgf

Answer: A

A. Work

B. Torque

C. Energy

D. All the above.

Answer: D

A. kg per sq cm

B. kg per sq mm

C. Newton per sq mm

D. Newton per sq cm

E. Newton per sq m

Answer: E

A. kg/m3

B. N/m3

C. N/m2

D. none of these.

Answer: B

A. Newton

B. Kilogrames

C. Joule

D. Erg

Answer: A

A. Degree centigrade

B. Degree Celsius

C. Kelvin

D. Degree Fahrenheit.

Answer: C

A. Kinematic viscosity

B. Dynamic viscosity

C. Mass density

D. Weight density.

Answer: B

A. degree fahrenheit

B. degree centigrade

C. degree kelvin

D. degree absolute.

Answer: C