ETEA Medical test consists 200 MCQ’s and all of them are from the syllabus of FSC. There is also a negative marking in ETEA test. Each correct answer consist 4 marks, if you give wrong answer 1 mark will be deducted and if you leave blank you will get 0. ETEA Medical test consist of four subjects Physics, chemistry, Biology and English. In ETEA test only those students can get good marks who have clear knowledge of concepts. www.pakprpe.com provides complete course work for the preparation of ETEA test. We have more than 15,000+ fully explained MCQ’s with answers of Chemistry, Physics, Biology and English.
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TOPIC: Vectors & Equilibrium
If line of force passes through the axis of rotation, the moment arm is
- Answer A: 0
- Answer B: 1/2r
- Answer C: R
- Answer D: 2r
Moment arm is the perpendicular distance between the line of action of force and the axis of rotation. Therefore, if the line of action of force passes through the pivot point or axis of rotation the moment arm is zero.
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TOPIC: Motion, Force, Work & Energy
Water from a pipe at 5kg/s strikes a ball and changes its velocity from 0 to 10 m/s. force exerted by water on the ball is?
Answer A: 0.5 N
Answer B: 2 N
Answer C: 5 N
Answer D: 50 N
Force by flowing water is F = (m/t) * v = 50 N.
TOPIC: Fluid Dynamics
Study of fluids in motion is made simpler by using which conservation principle / principles?
Answer A: Conservation of Mass
Answer B: Conservation of Energy
Answer C: Both of the above
Answer D: None of the above
TOPIC: Waves & Oscillations
In Hooke’s Law, F =kx, what does k represent?
Answer A: Stiffness of the spring
Answer B: Maximum length of the spring
Answer C: Radius of the spring
Answer D: Number of spirals in the spring
Hooke’s Law is a principle of physics that states that the force F needed to extend or compress a spring by some distance X is proportional to that distance. That is: F = kX where k is a constant factor characteristic of the spring, its stiffness.