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# Calculus-Based Physics 2

Covers oscillatory motion, waves, superposition and interference of waves, diffraction, electricity, and magnetism, electric circuits, light, mirror and lenses.

## mathematics

Symbol 'A' stands for Length of ammeter ?

• none of the above
• TRUE
• FALSE

Volts is the unit for current.

• True
• False

The wavelength of Ultraviolet is ?

• >1m
• 5-400m
• 400-700m

Resistors : _________ ; Capacitors : Capacitance.

• Voltage
• ampere
• Resistance

The unit of Power is WATT(W).

• False
• True

Find V if I=4 and R= 3

• 1.5
• 0.75
• 12

The negative sign can be found also in an electron,

• True
• False

Find P if I= 3A and V=3V.

• 6
• 1
• 9

Capacitor is for Ohm and Resistance is for Capacitance.

• False
• True

Ammeter is connected parallel in a device.

• False
• True

The best way to Survive the Calculus based- Physics 2 subject is /are ?

• know your priorities and responsibilities as student
• all of the above
• Studyhard

We used the symbol "EF" to represent electric field.

• True
• False

Insulator is used to store energy and electric charge.

• False
• True

Ohm's Law is a law stating that electric current is proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance.

• True
• False

Symbol V can be used also as a substitute of EMF symbol.

• True
• Either a or b
• False

When the cycle in harmonic curve is repeated successively the result will be a series of__________?

• waves
• none of the choices
• displacement
• period

The index of refraction of light in VACUUM is ?

• 1.33
• 1

EMF stands for ?

• Electromagnetic Force
• Electromotive Force
• Electromagnetic Fraud

A circuit has always a Ground.

• True
• False

The unit of Voltmeter is Ammeter.

• False
• Positive
• True

The maximum value of the sine function.

• 3 or three
• 1 or one
• 2 or two
• 4 or four

In circuits, Charge goes around in loops.

• True
• False

The unit JOULEs is also called OHM.

• True
• False

Paper is one of the example of conductors.

• True
• False

Resistance is the unit of Resistors.

• False
• True

The following are medium of light EXCEPT ONE.

• Vacuum
• seeds
• glass

The positive and Negative charges can be _____________?

• Disregard
• Repel
• Attract

Is a device connected in parallel with a device to measure it's voltage.

• Ohm's
• Voltmeter
• Ammeter

Voltmeter : Voltage ; Ammeter : ____________ ?

• ampere
• Current
• resistance

A circuit cannot be function without a source or power.

• True
• False

The unit of Resistance is what ?

• Ohm
• Resistivity
• Resistors

It is a bob suspended from a very light string or rod.

• none of the choices
• simple pendulum
• waves
• period

Is defined as the projection of uniform circular motion on a straight line.

• period
• simple harmonic motion
• none of the choices
• motion

Find V if I=5 and P=4.

• 0.8
• 20
• 9

Radiowaves is not an example of light.

• False
• True
• both a and b

Voltmeter is a device used to measure ?

• Current
• Voltage
• charge

The symbol "V" stands for Voltage.

• False
• True

The speed of light in a vacuum is ?

• 3.00 x 10 ^ 8 m/s
• 475m/s
• 3.00 x 10^5 m/s

Magnetic Field is an invisible entity which exists in the region around a charged particle.

• True
• False

Circuits is consists of circuit elements and wires, the wires is called _________ ?

• Charge
• Conductors
• Resistance

When displacement is plotted against time, the result will be a _________?

• displacement
• harmonic curve
• simple pendulum
• period

Voltmeter is a device used for measuring the potential difference between 2 different points in space.

• False
• True

Once we know how long the projectile stayed in the air, finding the _____________ from the horizontal motion is simple.

• none of the choices
• range
• trajectory height
• free falling object

Ammeter is used to measure Current.

• False
• True

The resultant of non-concurrent force system is defined according to _________, __________, and ___________.

• magnitude, displacement, position
• speed, inclination, position
• none of the choices
• magnitude, inclination, position

To get the total Capacitance of a circuit we used a device called capacitor.

• False
• True

Ammeter and Voltmeter are considered device used in a circuit.

• False
• True

Positive charge can be found also in a Proton.

• False
• True

Symbol 'C' stands for Circuits ?

• False
• True

A cylinder weighing 400 lb. is held against a smooth incline by means of the weightless rod AB in the figure. Determine the forces P and N exerted on the cylinder by the rod and the incline. NOTE : see fig-6 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1

• P = 0.9038 N , N = 418.60 lb
• P = 9038 N , N = 4186.0 lb
• P = 90.38 N , N = 41.860 lb
• none of the choices

The symbol "q1" stands for charge of particle 1.

• True
• False

Volts is the unit of power.

• False
• True

the symbol "C" stands for Charges.

• False
• True

KCl stands for?

• all of the above
• Kirchhoff's Current Law
• Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

Find V if P=3 and I=2.

• 6
• 3/2
• 1.5

It is a measure of resistance of a given size of specific material to electrical conduction.

• Ohm's
• Sensitivity
• Resistivity

An object that is falling under the sole influence of gravity.

• free falling object
• none of the choices
• range
• free fall

The current can passed through the used of resistors.

• True
• False

________________ is defined as the forces which lies in the line of activity but do not intersect or forms a parallel at a common point.

• Parallel Forces
• Non-Concurrent Forces
• none of the choices
• Forces

____________________ Is an electronic device for temporary storage of electrical energy.

• capacitor in series
• Capacitor
• Capacitor in parallel

Find R total if the resistors are connected in series. Given 4 ohm,9 ohm, 10 ohm, 12 ohm, 16 ohm ,15 ohm.

• 65
• 66
• 67

The unit for resistance is OHM.

• False
• True

Ampere is the unit of Voltage in a certain current.

• False
• True

Wires are good conductors of Electric charges.

• False
• True

Ammeter device used to measure Current.

• False
• True

The some example of a good Conductor is a Copper.

• False
• True

Conductors is made of two close conductors that are separated by a dieletric material.

• False
• True

Resistance is measured in Ohm's.

• True
• False

The symbol for a Source is "S".

• True
• False

Positive and negative charge is very important in a circuit.

• false
• True
• all of the above

The symbol "r" stands for Distance between the two particles.

• False
• True

Power is equal to current multiply by_________________ ?

• power
• resistance
• voltage

The following are examples of Conductors, EXCEPT ONE.

• Steel
• Papers
• Aluminum

Find V if I=2 and P=22

• 2/22
• 11
• 44

Conductors is a material that permits an electric current to flow easily.

• True
• False

It is also called a higher potential terminal.

• Positive
• Negative
• Conductors

The formula of OHM's LAW is composed of Voltage, Current and Resistance.

• True
• False

KCL is for Voltage while KVL is for current.

• False
• True

The unit of RESISTANCE IS RESISTOR.

• False
• sometimes
• True

KCL stands for kirchhoff's current law.

• False
• True

The motion is repeated in the same length of time.

• period
• angular harmonic motion
• none of the choices
• acceleration

Source Charge a charged particle that is causing the electric field to exist.

• True
• False

The wavelength of X rays are ?

• 5-400 nm
• both a and b
• .006-5 nm

OHM's Law stating that electric current is proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to ___________.

• flow of current
• Resistance
• charge

Find R if V=10 and I=2.

• 5ohm
• 5volts
• 5ampere

The three forces in the figure create a vertical resultant acting through point A. If T is known to be 361 lb., compute the values of F and P. NOTE: see fig-4 from the LIST OF FIGURE in week-1

• F = 253.29 lb , P = 507.06 lb
• F = 25.329 lb , P = 507.06 lb
• F = 2532.9 lb , P = 50.706 lb
• none of the choices

Light cannot be travel if there is no medium.

• False
• Both a and b
• True

The index of refraction of light in a glass is ?

• 1.5
• 1
• 1.33

The positive and Negative charges cannot attract each other.

• False
• True

States that in a closed circuit that the entering current at node is equal to the current leaving at the node is?

• Ohm's
• KVL
• KCL

A function of space whose value at each point is a vector quantity called?

• Magnetic charge
• Vector Field
• Source charge

The unit of POWER is __________?

• Kilowatt
• Watt
• all of the above

The unit of Volts is Voltage.

• Undefined
• False
• True

It is the rate of flow of charges.

• Capacitor
• Current
• Resistor

The unit of current is always volts.

• both a and b
• True
• False

Find R is V=10, I=0.5.

• 10.5
• 5
• 20

The frequency of Infrared is ?

• 60000 GHz
• 750GHz-430 GHz
• 430-750GHz

Find P if I=1 and V= 2.

• 2
• 1/2
• 0.5

The charge flow rate is called Electric current.

• False
• True

The unit of Voltage is ?

• Ampere
• Volts
• Watts

The wavelength of Radiowaves is ?

• > 12m
• >0.4 m
• >1m

Ammeter is connected in series with a device to measure it's voltage.

• False
• True

Conductors consists of a ___________ amount of positive charge.

• Low
• huge
• Neutral

The following are examples of light EXCEPT ONE.

• X-rays
• infrared

The unit of resistance is Ohm's.

• True
• False

Find P if I=6A and V=3V.

• 18Watts
• 18Ampere
• 18OHM

Current is measured in ?

• Volts
• Ampere
• Ohm

A circuit cannot functions without a source.

• False
• True

An object thrown upward with velocity will rise to a height.

• range
• free fall
• motion
• trajectory height

The index of refraction of light in air is ?

• 1.00
• 1.33

A 300-lb box is held at rest on a smooth plane by a force P inclined at an angle θ with the plane as shown in the figure. If θ = 45°, determine the value of P and the normal pressure N exerted by the plane. NOTE : see fig 7 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1

• none of the choices
• P = 2121.3 lb , N = 40981 lb
• P = 212.13 lb , N = 409.81 lb
• P = 21213 lb , N = 40.981 lb

The circuit can be function without wires.

• True
• False

Capacitors is the opposition to current flow in an electrical circuit.

• True
• False

Current : AMPERE ; Resistance : ___________.

• Voltage
• Resistor
• OHM

Kirchhoff's Current Law is also Known as 2nd Law of motion.

• True
• False

One ____________ would be to resolve a pair of forces using the parallelogram or triangle method into a resultant.

• none of the choices
• algebraic method
• logical method
• graphical method

it is an electronic circuit device for temporary storage of electrical energy.

• Capacitors
• Insulators
• Conductors

___________________ IS ALSO CALLED A LOWER POTENTIAL TERMINAL.

• POSITIVE
• NEGATIVE
• CONDUCTORS

When elastic bodies vibrate they produce the simplest type of periodic motion.

• period
• none of the choices
• simple harmonic motion or SHM
• simple pendulum

The following are not Example of Conductors EXCEPT ONE.

• Rubber
• Metal
• Rust

Find R if I= 16, V=4.

• 8
• 0.25
• 2

KCL is also called @nd Law of motion ?

• TRUE
• none of the above
• FALSE

Insulators is used to store energy and electric charge.

• FALSE
• charge force
• TRUE

The wires of ammeter is both Positive respectively.

• true
• must be both Negative
• false

KVL stands for ?

• Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
• Kirchhoff's Voltage rules
• Ohm's Law

Find the total capacitance if they are connected in parallel (C1=3 , C2 =5 , C3=6.

• 14
• 2
• 90

Capacitor is also called Positive charges.

• False
• True

The most common used for capacitors is energy storage.

• False
• True

Coulomb's Law stating that charges repel and opposite charges attract.

• False
• True

Find I if P=6 and V=1.

• 0.666
• 6
• 1/6

The motion of a body which repeats itself at regular intervals of time or period.

• simple harmonic motion
• none of the choices
• displacement
• periodic motion

Microwaves is an example of Light.

• all of the above
• False
• True

Find R total if the resistors are in Parallel. Given : 2 ohm, 3 ohm, 4 ohm.

• 0.8231
• 0.9231
• 0.10

Free-falling objects always encounter air resistance.

• False
• True

Find R if V= 6 volts, I= 1 ampere.

• 6
• 1.6
• 0.666

FIND C TOTAL IF c1=5 AND c2=10. (CONNECTED PARALLEL)

• 15
• 5
• 50

Conductors is a material that permits an _____________ to flow easily.

• electric current
• Electric Circuit
• Electromagnetic

Such an object will rise until its velocity is ______________.

• 2
• 0 or zero
• 5
• 3

The distance of the mass below or above from the center position, or rest position.

• none of the choices
• displacement
• waves
• periodic motion

Capacitor is a device used to store an Electric charge.

• False
• True

The effect of a certain non-concurrent force system is defined by the following data: summation of fx=90kN, summation of fy=-60kN, and summation of Mo=360kN counter clockwise. Determine the point at which the resultant intersects the x-axis. Note: see Fig 1, from the LIST OF FIGURE from week-1.

• none of the choices
• 6 m
• 8 m
• 7 m

The phenomenon of charging by rubbing is called ?

• Riboelectricfication
• Triboelectrification
• Electrification

Circuits consists of circuit element and wires, the wires are called?

• Wires
• Resistors
• Conductors

Voltage is measured through the used of _______________?

• Ammeter
• Ampere
• Voltmeter

The index of refraction of air is ?

• 1.00
• 1.33
• 100

The symbol "v" stands for ?

• index of refraction
• Speed of light
• speed of light in a transparent medium

A shot at an initial velocity at an angle above the horizon.

• projectile
• none of the choices
• kinematics
• free fall

The 300-lb force and the 400-lb force shown in the figure are to be held in equilibrium by a third force F acting at an unknown angle θ with the horizontal. Determine the values of F. NOTE : see fig-10 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1

• 5.31 lb
• none of the choices
• F = 205.31 lb
• F = 20.31 lb

Steel is one of the example of a good _________ ?

• Insulators
• Conductors
• Capacitors

The number of seconds it will require to make one complete vibration or one up and down is called?

• none of the choices
• period
• displacement
• waves

Resistors are measured in ?

• Resistance
• Ohm
• Ampere

A close conducting Path through which charge flows.

• Wires
• Circuit
• Capacitors

If the power is constant, is simply the Formula of it is ?

• E= I / P
• E = Pt
• E= P / t

Determine the resultant of the force system shown in the figure and its x and y intercepts. NOTE: see fig-3 from the LIST OF FIGURE in WEEK-1

• 161.314 lb
• 164.311 lb
• none of the choices
• 163.114 lb

The figure represents the concurrent force system acting at a joint of a bridge truss. Determine the value of P and F to maintain equilibrium of the forces. NOTE : see fig-9 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1

• P = 265.45 lb, F = 472.44 lb
• P = 65.45 lb, F = 12.44 lb
• P = 165.45 lb, F = 412.44 lb
• none of the choices

Wire ends in a metal-tipped wand called circuits.

• False
• True

The index of refraction of vacuum is ?

• 1
• 2
• 3

The "n" symbol is for the index of refraction of a transparent medium.

• False
• True
• all of the above

Current is not the flow of charges, it is the rate of flow of charges.

• True
• False

If the current flow is counter clockwise the current is considered __________ ?

• negative
• staionary
• positive

The unit of Power is ?

• Current
• Watt
• HorsePower

KVL states that the algebraic sum of the voltage at node in a closed circuit s equal to zero.

• False
• True

In a certain non-concurrent force system it is found that summation of fx=-80lb, summation of fy=160lb and summation Mo=480lb-ft in a counterclockwise sense. Determine the point at which the resultant intersects the y-axis. NOTE: see figure 2 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1

• 8 ft
• none of the choices
• 6 ft
• 7 ft

________________ is a wire that has a metal tipped wand.

• Voltmeter
• Probe
• ammeter

The most common used for capacitors is ?

• Current lost
• charge force
• Energy storage

The charge particle causing the electric field to exist is called?

• Electric Charge
• Source charge
• Magnetic charge

KCL states that,in a closed circuit the entering current at node is equal to the current leaving at the node.

• False
• True

_________________ is a rate at which work is done and it is the rate at which energy is transferred.

• Resistivity
• Resistors
• Power

Capacitor is an electronic circuit device for temporary storage of electrical energy.

• False
• True

The "P" symbol stands for ?

• Power
• Potential
• Placement

Power is a rate at which work is done and it is the rate at which energy transferred.

• TRUE
• FALSE
• none of the above

_______________ has a zero charge.

• Proton
• Neutron
• ELectron

Determine the magnitude of P and F necessary to keep the concurrent force system in the figure in equilibrium. NOTE : see fig-8 from the LIST OF FIGURE in week-1

• P = 133.25 N, F = -86.37 N
• P = -13.325 N, F = -86.37 N
• none of the choices
• P = -133.25 N, F = 86.37 N

We used the symbol "q" for the charge victim.

• True
• False

EMF is also called a power source.

• False
• True

The unit of current is OHM.

• False
• True

Find the total resistor if R1, R2, R3 and R4 is connected in series and there value is 2 ,4 ,6 ,8 respectively.

• 20
• 30
• 10

The following are kinds of Charge, EXCEPT ONE.

• Negative
• Electrons
• Positive

The unit of Capacitor is Capacitance.

• False
• True

The unit of Power is WATTs.

• False
• True
• both a and b

It is autonomous of the body’s mass.

• projectile
• free falling object
• none of the choices
• free fall

Electric charge is composed of ?

• Charge , magnetic
• Positive , Negative
• Neutron , Proton

The circuit cannot function if there is no ________________ ?

• capacitor
• resistor
• Power source

A Resistor is a poor conductor ?

• yes
• No
• Good conductor

The unit of Capacitor is called ?

• Capasitanse
• Capacitance
• Capasitance

The ______ in simple harmonic motion is proportional and opposite to the displacement.

• period
• angular harmonic motion
• acceleration
• displacement

___________________ may also referred to as the specific electrical resistance.

• Resistors
• Voltage
• Resistivity

Symbol 'V' stands for current circuit.

• False
• True

A perfect secret has composed of resistors and no source.

• Sometimes
• True
• False

Find I if V=5 volts, R = 2.

• 3.5
• 1.5
• 2.5

A law stating that Electric current is Proportional to voltage and inversely Proportional to resistance.

• Ampere Law
• Voltage Law
• Ohm

R represents rate of change.

• True
• False

Find V if R= 3 ohm, and I=6 ampere.

• 19
• 20
• 18

A circuit can"t function without a resistors ?

• True
• False

The cylinders in the figure have the indicated weights and dimensions. Assuming smooth contact surfaces, determine the reactions at A, B, C, and D on the cylinders. NOTE : see fig-13 from the LIST OF FIGURES in Week-1

• A = 347.39 kN, B = 600 kN, C = 400.85 kN, D = 347.39 kN
• A = 37.39 kN, B = 6000 kN, C = 4000.85 kN, D = 37.39 kN
• none of the choices
• A = 47.39 kN, B = 60 kN, C = 40.85 kN, D = 47.39 kN

The Frequency of ultraviolet rays is ?

• 10000 THz
• 750-6000 THz
• 6000-50000 THz

"V" symbol is for ?

• Voltage
• Kilowatts
• Vats

The symbol "k" stands for Kirchoff's.

• True
• False

Symbol 'A' stands for length of ammeter.

• False
• True

Find V if I=3 and R=5.

• 0.333
• 1.5
• 15

Radio is an example of a light.

• True
• False
• All of the above

EMF stands for electromotive force

• False
• True

Find R if V= 4 volts, I= 10 amperes.

• 40
• 0.4
• 2.5

Ammeter is used to measure Voltage.

• False
• True

The cable and boom shown in the figure support a load of 600 lb. Determine the tensile force T in the cable and the compressive for C in the boom. NOTE : see fig-5 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1

• none of the choices
• T = 49.24 lb , C = 57.94 lb
• T = 439.24 lb , C = 537.94 lb
• T = 43.24 lb , C = 53.94 lb

Find I if V= 3, and R=4.

• 12
• 0.75
• 1.5

Since all of these forces are not entirely parallel, the position of the resultant can be established using the ________ or ________ methods.

• analytical, graphical
• none of the choices
• graphical, algebraic
• graphical, logical

___________________ has a Negative charge.

• Neutral
• Negative
• Positive

The index of refraction of water is ?

• 3
• 1.33
• 1
• 133

The index of refraction of light in water is ?

• 1.33
• 1
• 1.00

A circuit can't be function without capacitor.

• False
• True

The following are examples of Conductors EXCEPT ONE.

• Coin
• Rubber
• Steel

Circuits consists of circuit element and wires, the wires are called conductors.

• False
• True

It is the opposition to current flow in an electric circuit.

• Conductors
• Capacitors
• Resistance

The ammeter and a voltmeter is very useful in a circuit.

• Both a and B
• False
• True

An object can have positive and Negative charge.

• False
• True

The Ammeter is a device used to measure ?

• Current
• Ohmic
• Voltage

Circuit is a closed conducting path through with charge flow.

• True
• False

Determine the values of α and θ so that the forces shown in the figure will be in equilibrium.

• none of the choices
• α =46.57 degrees and θ = 28.96 degrees
• α =4.57 degrees and θ = 58.96 degrees
• α =6.57 degrees and θ = 2.96 degrees

Ammeter is connected in parallel with a device to measure it's current.

• False
• True

Resistivity is a measure of the resistance of a given size of a specific material to electrical conduction.

• False
• True

The unit of POWER is WATT.

• False
• True

'n' is the index of refraction of a transparent medium.

• True
• False
• none of the above

"R" stands for ?

• Resist
• Resistance
• Rust

A voltmeter is consist of a box with two wires a positive and a negative.

• False
• True

Voltmeter is measured through the used of Volts.

• False
• Ammeter
• True

Is a device connected in parallel with a device to measure it's current.

• Voltmeter
• Ohm's
• Ammeter

A voltmeter is connected Series in a resistors to measure voltage.

• False
• True

Current is measured in Amperes.

• False
• True

Forces P and F acting along the bars shown in the figure maintain equilibrium of pin A. Determine the values of P. NOTE : see fig-14 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week1

• none of the choices
• P = 4.76 kN
• P = 14.76 kN
• P = -14.76 kN

Voltmeter device used to measure Voltage.

• False
• True

Is a device used for measuring the potential difference between 2 different points in space.

• Voltmeter
• Ammeter
• Resistivity

Capacitor is store energy between the spaces of the plates and they energy is used to generate high form of electric current.

• False
• True

The symbol "k" in Coulomb's Law is called ?

• Potassium
• Coulomb constant
• Kirchhoff

The Unit of current is What ?

• Charge
• Ampere
• Kilowatts

The positive ad negative signs on the resistors can be neglected and it doesn't affect the result,

• False
• True

In reality we are dealing with two sets of independent equations for the x and y directions and can envision the problem as a superposition of two completely independent motions that together are equivalent to the projectile motion.

• False
• True

The symbol "c" stands for ?

• speed of light in water
• speed of light in a glass
• speed of Light in vacuum

The purpose of capacitor in a circuit is to charges and energy.

• False
• True

_____________ is the maintainer of a constant potential difference.

• Electromagnetic force
• EMF
• Charges

"F" stands for Electric Force ?

• False
• True

The positive charge has the sign ( - ).

• True
• False

The unit of Volts is called Voltmeter.

• False
• True

EMF stands for Electromotive Force.

• True
• False

Symbol C stands for Circuit.

• True
• False
• both a and b

Symbol 'V' stands for EMF also ?

• False
• True

Closed loop is also Called a circuit.

• False
• True

The example of a good Conductor is Aluminum.

• False
• True

Find the total capacitance,which they are in parallel connections the values are C1=1, C2=2, C3=3.

• 5
• 6

Power is measured through the used of a device called Circuit breaker.

• False
• True

Find I if R= 3 ohms, V= 6 volts.

• 2 volts
• 2 ohms
• 2 Amperes

KCL : CURRENT ; KVL : VOLTAGE.

• False
• True

Energy is a rate at which work is done and it is the rate at which Energy transferred.

• False
• True

Find R total if the resistors connected in a series, The value of R1= 6, R2= 3, R4=5, R5=5, R6=6.

• 56
• 123
• 25

It is the material that permits an electric current to flow.

• Circuit
• Wires
• Conductors

Voltmeter is connected in parallel with a device to measure it's voltage.

• True
• False

______________________ can be created by accelerating charges and moving charges.

• Electromagnetic waves
• Electromagnetic fields
• Electromagnetic Force

The unit of Ampere is current.

• False
• True
• both a and b

If the flow of current is downward the current is considered __________________.

• stationary
• negative
• positive

The index of refraction of Water is 1.5 ?

• Both a and b
• True
• False

The symbol are usually use for Capacitors.

• True
• False

States that the algebraic sum of the voltage at node in a closed circuit is equal to zero.

• Ohm's
• KVL
• KCL

The charge flow rate is called ?

• Charge Current
• Electric current
• Electromagnetic Field

The 2kinds of charge are ?

• Positive, Negative
• Negative,Positivity
• Electron, Proton

The charged particle causing the electric field to exist is called the Electric force..

• True
• False

If there is a great number of forces, the ___________ to this system would potentially be simpler if the forces that are applied to the system are easy to break into components.

• logical solution
• algebraic solution
• graphical solution
• none of the choices

Ammeter and Voltmeter that measures charges.

• False
• True

Find V is R=3, and I= 2.

• 6
• 1.5
• 0.5

The symbol R stands For ?

• Resistance
• Red charge
• Resistor

KVL stands for kirchhoff's voltage lane.

• False
• True

The frequency of Microwaves is ?

• 300-750000 MHz
• 6000-500000 MHz
• < 300THz

Electrowaves is an example of Conductors.

• True
• none of the above
• False

Two weightless bars pinned together as shown in the fig-15 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1 support a load of 35 kN. Determine the forces P and F acting respectively along bars AB and AC that maintain equilibrium of pin A.

• P = 900.14 kN, F = 4.03 kN
• P =9.14 kN, F = 6.03 kN
• none of the choices
• P = 90.14 kN, F = 64.03 kN

The resistance R, in the expression V = IR is a ____________.

• stable
• Constant
• Zero

Cords are loop around a small spacer separating two cylinders each weighing 400 lb. and pass, as shown in the fig-12 from the LIST OF FIGURE in Week-1 over a frictionless pulley to weights of 200 lb. and 400 lb. Determine the angle θ.

• θ = 60 degrees
• θ = 70 degrees
• none of the choices
• θ = 76 degrees

Positive : Negative ; Conductors : Rubber

• True
• False
• Both a and b

_____________ has a positive charge.

• Proton
• Electron
• Neutron

Circuits is a open conducting path through charge flows.

• False
• True

All free-falling objects (on Earth) accelerate at a rate of _____________.

• 98m/s2
• 9.8m/s2
• none of the choices
• 9.8m/s

Vector field is a function of space whose value at each point is a vector quantity.

• True
• False

KVL states that the total ____________ around a closed loop must be Zero.

• Voltage
• Resistance
• current

V stands for voltage.

• True
• False