# Strength of Materials

Strength of Materials

A. W between P and F
B. F between W and P
C. P between W and F
D. W, P and F all on one side
E. none of the above

A. newton
B. pascal
C. kilogram meter
D. watt
E. joule

A. kg/cm
B. ata
C. atmosphere
D. mm of wcl
E. newton

A. coplanar non-concurrent forces
B. non-coplanar concurrent forces
C. non-coplanar non-concurrent forces
D. intersecting forces
E. none of the above

A. time
B. mass
C. volume
D. density
E. acceleration

A. 2 and V6
B. 3 and 1 kg
C. V5andV5
D. 2 and 5
E. none of the above

A. balance each other
B. constitute a moment
C. constitute a couple
D. constitute a moment of couple
E. constitute a resultant couple

A. three forces acting at a point will be in equilibrium
B. three forces acting at a point can be represented by a triangle, each side being proportional to force
C. if three forces acting upon a patticle are represented in magnitude and direction by the sides of a triangle, taken in order, they will be in equilibrium
D. if three forces acting at a point are in equilibrium, each force is proportional to the sine of the angle between the other two
E. none of the above

A. if a system of coplanar forces is in equilibrium, then their algebraic sum is zero
B. if a system of coplanar forces is in equilibrium, then the algebraic sum of their moments about any point in their plane is zero
C. the algebraic sum of the moments of any two forces about any point is equal to moment of theiwesultant about the same point
D. positive and negative couples can be balanced
E. none of the above