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Question QMC16 : Temperature, gravitational potential or electric field are quantities known as _____.

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Question QMC20 : The divergence of a curl of a vector field A is equal to ____.

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Question QMC21 : Stoke’s theorem is written as.

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Question QMC22 : The condition for a force F to be conservative is.

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Question QMC23 : The Gauss theorem is written as.

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Question QMC24 : The integral theorem provide expressions for the gradient, divergence and curl in terms of _______ co-ordinates.

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Question QMC25 : The ______ force equation determines the force on a particle charge.

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Question QMC26 : For the static case, the Maxwell’s equations separate into a pair of ______ equations.

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Question QMC27 : Tensors are commonly denoted by ______capital letters.

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Question QMC28 : I is the _______ tensor.

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Question QMC29 : The Kinetic energy of a rigid body is ______.

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Question QMC33 : The continuous system of particles that occupy a surface is defined as a _______ per unit area.

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Question QMC34 : If a particle moves freely in a space with 3 coordinates. Thus, the number of degree of freedom is ____.

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Question QMC35 : A particle moving on a given space curve has ____ number of degree of freedom.

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Question QMC36 : Six particles moving freely in a plane has _____ number of degrees of freedom.

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Question QMC37 : A system of particles consisting of 3 gram mass located at (91,0,-1), a 5 gram mass at(-2,1,3)and a 2 gram mass at(3,-1,1). The co-ordinate of the centre of mass are .

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Question QMC39 : If the resultant external force acting on a system of particles is _______, then the total momentum remains ______.

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Question QMC43 : The total ________ is equal to the change in linear momentum.

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Question QMC45 : A system of particles is in equilibrium if and only if the total virtual work of the actual force is.

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Question QMC47 : The rate of change of velocity with respect to time is called ______.

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Question QMC49 : In a simple harmonic oscillations, their restoring forces obey _______ of elasticity.

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Question QMC50 : Speed is a _______ quantity.

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Question QFB1 : A quantity which has both magnitude and direction is referred to a/an_____.

Answer: Vector

Question QFB2 : A quantity specified in magnitude alone is called a/an______.

Answer: Scalar

Question QFB3 : A set of three mutually perpendicular vectors of unit length is called _______ triad.

Answer: Orthogonal

Question QFB4 : _______ are the three units vectors pointing in the direction of the x,y,z-axis respectively.

Answer: I,J,K

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Answer: Perpendicular

Question QFB6 : The limitations on a motion are called...........................

Answer: constraints

Question QFB7 : The vector product of a vector with itself is the _____ vector.

Answer: Zero

Question QFB8 : The vector product of two polar vectors is thus a/an ______ vector.

Answer: Axial

Question QFB9 : Velocity and Force are examples of _______ vectors.

Answer: Polar

Question QFB10 : Angular velocity is a/an_____ vector.

Answer: Axial

Question QFB11 : Temperature, gravitational potential or electric field are quantities known as _____.

Answer: Fields

Question QFB12 : A ______ field is a vector functionA(x,y,z)

Answer: Vector

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Answer: Laplacian

Question QFB14 : The divergence of a curl of a vector field A is equal to ____.

Answer: 0

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Answer: 0

Question QFB16 : The integral theorem provide expressions for the gradient, divergence and curl in terms of _______ co-ordinates.

Answer: Curvilinear

Question QFB17 : The basic equations of the electromagnetic theory are ______ equations.

Answer: Maxwell’s

Question QFB18 : The ______ force equation determines the force on a particle charge.

Answer: Lorentz

Question QFB19 : For the static case, the Maxwell’s equations separate into a pair of ______ equations.

Answer: Electrostatic

Question QFB20 : _______ occur most frequently when one vector b is defined as a linear function of another vector a.

Answer: Tensors

Question QFB21 : The first subscript labels the rows, and the second, the _______.

Answer: Columns

Question QFB22 : I is the _______ tensor.

Answer: Inertia

Question QFB23 : The tensor T is called ________,

Answer: Symmetric

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Answer: Unit

Question QFB26 : The ________ product of a and b is written asT=ab

Answer: Tensor

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Answer: Cubic

Question QFB30 : ____ are such that forces applied will change the distance between individual particles.

Answer: Deformable

Question QFB31 : The continuous system of particles that occupy a surface is defined as a _______ per unit area.

Answer: Surface density

Question QFB32 : The number of co-ordinates required to specify the position of a system of one or more particles is called the number of ______ of the system.

Answer: Degree of freedom

Question QFB33 : If a particle moves freely in a space with 3 coordinates. Thus, the number of degree of freedom is ____.

Answer: 3

Question QFB34 : ___ Co-ordinates are required to specify the position of a rigid body which can move freely in space with 6 degree of freedom.

Answer: 6

Question QFB35 : A system consisting of N particles moving freely in a space requires ____ co-ordinates to specify its position. Given that its number of degree of freedom is 3N.

Answer: 3N

Question QFB36 : Six particles moving freely in a plane has _____ number of degrees of freedom.

Answer: 12

Question QFB37 : Seven particles moving freely in a space has _____ number of degree of freedom.

Answer: 21

Question QFB38 : Two particles connected by a rigid rod moving freely in a plane has ____ degrees of freedom.

Answer: 3

Question QFB39 : If a system of particles is in a uniform gravitational field. The center of mass is sometimes called the ________.

Answer: Center of gravity

Question QFB40 : The _______ of a system of particles can be formed by multiplying the total mass M of the system by velocityof the center of mass.

Answer: Total momentum

Question QFB41 : If the resultant external force acting on a system of particles is constant, then the total momentum remains ______.

Answer: Zero

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Answer: Moment

Question QFB43 : If both the external and internal forces for a system of particles are conservative, then the principle of _______ of energy is valid.

Answer: Conservation

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Answer: Kinetic energy

Question QFB45 : The total ________ momentum of a system of particles about the centre of mass is zero.

Answer: Linear

Question QFB46 : The total ________ is equal to the change in linear momentum.

Answer: Linear impulse

Question QFB47 : A system of particles will be ______ equilibrium if the potential V is a minimum.

Answer: Stable

Question QFB48 : The rate of change of velocity with respect to time is called ______.

Answer: Acceleration

Question QFB49 : A massmsuspended from a light inextensible string of lengthl, such that the mass is free to swing from side to side in a vertical plane is known as ________.

Answer: Simple pendulum

Question QFB50 : In a simple harmonic oscillations, their restoring forces obey _______ of elasticity.

Answer: Hook’s law