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"Moment of a force is defined as" MCQ PDF on moments with choices product of the force 'f' and the perpendicular distance 'd' moved in the direction of force, quotient of the force 'f' and the perpendicular distance 'd' moved in the direction of force, product of the force 'f' and the perpendicular distance 'd' from line of action of the force to the pivot, and quotient of the force 'f' and the perpendicular distance 'd' from line of action of the force to the pivot for free online college classes. Practice moments quiz questions for merit scholarship test and certificate programs for GRE test.

MCQs on Moments Quiz

MCQ: Moment of a force is defined as

Product of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' moved in the direction of force
Quotient of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' moved in the direction of force
Product of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' from line of action of the force to the pivot
Quotient of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' from line of action of the force to the pivot

MCQ: Moment of force is equal to

F/d, where F is force and d is distance
F + d, where F is force and d is distance
F*d, where F is force and d is distance
F - d, where F is force and d is distance

MCQ: In order to satisfy the Principle of Moment for an object in equilibrium, one needs to make sure that

Sum of horizontal forces = Sum of vertical forces = 0
Sum of clockwise moments about pivot > Sum of anti-clockwise moments about pivot
Sum of clockwise moments about pivot < Sum of anti-clockwise moments about pivot
Sum of clockwise moments about pivot = Sum of anti-clockwise moments about pivot

MCQ: In reference to the result, the SI unit for moment of force is

N/m, where N is Newtons and m is meters
N + m, where N is Newtons and m is meters
N*m, where N is Newtons and m is meters
N - m, where N is Newtons and m is meters

MCQ: Moment of a torque is the product of

Perpendicular distance from the pivot and the action of the force
Height of the hinge from the flour to the top
Perpendicular distance to the pivot from the bottom
From the line of bottom to the action of force