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Here you can all important MCQs about mathematics. Force and motion, work and energy, and fluid mechanics as applied in industrial maintenance are all covered in this Basic Mechanics, mechanical maintenance, training course. Simple machines such as the lever, inclined plane, wheel and axle, pulley, and screw have their principles of operation explained.

### Mechanics Exam MCQs

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1. Newton has presented how many laws of motion about linear motion

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2. The tendency of a body to remain at rest orÂ  in uniform linear motion is called

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3. Newton's second law of motion states that applied force on a body is directly proportional to

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4. The resistive force between two bodies when one body slides over another body is called

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5. The force of kinetic friction between any pair of dr-unlubricated surface these empirical laws hold

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6. The coefficient of friction depends upon the

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7. The bob fixed at the end of a string when related in a horizontal circle with constant speed such that string describes a cone is called

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8. The hollow cylindrical shell when rotated about its own axis is called

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9. The type of curve in which a vehicle banks or inclinesÂ  towards the inside of the curve for the safe turn is known as

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10. The straight-line motion of a body is known as

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11. The acceleration which is a function of time or velocity is called

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12. The frictional effect between different layers of a flowing fluid is called

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13. The frictional force acting between surfaces at rest with respect to each other is

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14. Pseudo forces are simply devices that allow us to apply

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15. The velocity attained by a body falling in viscous fluid when its acceleration is zero is called