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# Mechanics and Properties of Matter Multiple Choice Questions and Answers PDF p. 1

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"Tensile strain is equal to" Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) on mechanics and properties of matter with choices force per unit volume, force per unit area, extension per unit length, and force per unit length for accelerated bachelors degree online. Practice elasticity quiz questions for jobs' assessment test and online courses for ACT test.

## MCQs on Mechanics and Properties of Matter Quiz

MCQ: Tensile strain is equal to

Force per unit area
Force per unit volume
Extension per unit length
Force per unit length

MCQ: In elastic collisions,

only the total momentum of the colliding objects is conserved.
only the total kinetic energy is conserved.
both of the momentum and total kinetic energy are conserved.
neither momentum of the colliding bodies nor the total kinetic energy are recoverable.

MCQ: Total angular momentum of a body is given by

I × Ω; where I: moment of inertia of the body, Ω: angular velocity
I² × Ω; where I: moment of inertia of the body, Ω: angular velocity
I² × Ω²; where I: moment of inertia of the body, Ω: angular velocity
I × Ω²; where I: moment of inertia of the body, Ω: angular velocity

MCQ: Force that acts on a mass of 1 g and gives it an acceleration of 1 cms-2 is defined as

1 newton
1 dyne
1 pound-force
1 pa-force

MCQ: An object moving in a circle of radius ‘r’ with a constant speed ‘v’ has a constant acceleration towards the center equal to

v²⁄r
v⁄r
v²×r
v×r