October 3, 2017 | Author: Coronia GeMzon Neil | Category: Electrical Resistivity And Conductivity, Electron, Metals, Temperature, Gases
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• Particle frequency Ans: d2x/dt2 = -ω2x • Formula for deviation Ans: bsin0N = Nλ • Electrostatic phenomenon Ans: Leaf electroscope • Farther image lens Ans: virtual • Between lens Ans: real • Discovered the neutron Ans: Chadwick

Ratio of the torque to the angle of that torque Ans: moment of torsion • Aluminum is ___ of the electrical and thermal conductivity than copper. Ans: 60% • Volume of gas Ans: Azamat’s law • More experiments Ans: Scientific theory • Effective force constant Ans: k = 4π2 W gT2 • Length of the pendulum Ans: L =gT2 4π2 • It is used to form an image of a cross, the vertical and horizontal lines will be in sharp focus at two different distances. Ans: Astigmatism

Steel is an alloy of copper and zinc. Carbon should be less than ___. Ans: 2% • What government regulation in telecommunication provides the policy to improve the provision of local exchange carrier service?

• Thin conductive film Ans: Aluminum

Ans: EO No. 109 • According to the TV broadcast standards, what is the maximum effective radiated power in Metro Manila and Metro Cebu for channels 7 – 13? Ans: 1000 kW

• Most abundant element on earth Ans: Oxygen • Most abundant metal element on earth Ans: Aluminum

• IRR implemented RA 9292 Ans: August 31, 2007

• Ductile is used to measure Ans: Yield theorem

• What is an angle made by the lines joining the nuclei of the atoms in the molecule? Ans: Bond angle

• Maximum FM between primary stations Ans: 2

• “The best arrangement of a given number of shared and unshared electrons is the one that minimizes the repulsion among them.” This is known as ___. Ans: Bond angle

• Daytime Ans: 2200 – 1000 UTC • Nighttime Ans: 1000 - 2000 UTC

• ___ refers to a civil wrong committed by one person causing damage to another person of his property, emotional well being or reputation. Ans: Tort • What refers to a statement of fact made by one party to the other before the contract is made? Ans: Representation • What refer to a fundamental obligation under the contract which goes to the root of the contract? Ans: Condition.

Height ________________ Ans: Height = / weight on surface √ weight on a certain level • Column of mercury Ans: pgh • Electrostatic unit of charge Ans: Statcoulomb

• Work done Ans: W = 2.303 nRT log (V2/V1)

• Centroid of trapezoid Ans: y = 2a+b (h/3) a+b

• MKS unit of electromotive force Ans: Volt

• Maximum AM broadcast power Ans: 50 kW • Class B maximum antenna height Ans: 500 ft • Lowest temperatures Ans: Cryogenics •


• Tiger Woods Ans: 10 kN

• Formula of velocity Ans: v = √(T/u)

• The minimum rate of retainer’s fee Ans: P1,500 per month

• What type of damages is awarded, usually for fraud cases, to punish and make an example of the defendant to deter other from doing the same thing? Ans: Punitive damages

• Attraction of unlike molecules Ans: Adhesion

• Force between charges Ans: F = k Q1Q2 R2 K = 9 x 109 if N = 1 if dynes

• Index of refraction and focals Ans: (n1/p) + (n2/q) =((n1-n2)/f)

• What is defined as a nonperformance that results in the injured party receiving something substantially less than or different from what the contract is intended? Ans: Material breach

• Attraction of like molecules Ans: Cohesion

• In Metro Manila, commercial load shall not exceed ___ minutes for one hour program. Ans: 15

• Bond of VoIP Ans: P5M

• What is another term for “punitive damages”? Ans: Exemplary danmages.

Ans: e = √(h2/h1)

Coefficient of restitution

• Thermionic emission Ans: Thomas Edison • Different arrangement of atoms referred to as polymorph Ans: Allotrope • Metal is bombarded Ans: Secondary emission • Sea of element Ans: Metallic bonding • Highest atomic number Ans: Uranium • Group VIIA what is A? Ans: representative • Accept of electron Ans: Electron affinity

• 8.5 pH Ans: Alkaline • Mean time Ans: t = √(t1/t2) • HCl Ans: Polar covalent bond

• Rate of inflation Ans: F = (1+i)n (1+i)r

• Total volume of non-reacting gas equals the sum of individual gases Ans: Azamat’s Law

• Regular succession of compression and rarefaction Ans: Musical note

• A solid of suspended particles Ans: Flotation

• It is the graph that determines the principal stresses in the material. Ans: Mohr’s circle

• Magnitude of auditory sensation Ans: Loudness

• Frictionless Ans: h = (5/2)r

• Measurement based on quantitative law of chemical combination. Ans: Stoichiometry

• Efren Bata Reyes Ans: v1 = v2’

• Scientific law Ans: summarizes

• Which of the following is true? Ans: A gas with same compressibility

• Negligible Ans: Nominal damages

Which law refers to the “Electronics Commerce Act of 2000”? Ans: RA 8792

• These are one kind of damages that may be awarded to plaintiff in a civil action who claims that terms of an agreement were not honored. Ans: Consequential damages

• Not an ionic bond Ans: C6H12O6

• Tritium has Ans: 2 neutrons

• Magnitude of auditory sensation Ans: Sound pressure

• Strip on the metal Ans: Field emission

• Energy/ unit area Ans: Sound intensity

• Wavelet Ans: Huygen’s principle

• It is a process in which energy absorbed by a substance is released relatively slowly in the form of light. Ans: Phosphorescence

• Vibration of human ear Ans: 20 – 20,000 vib/sec

What is the prime time block for FM radio in Metro Manila? Ans: 6 AM to 8 PM

• Ability of a liquid to mix. Ans: Miscibility • Ratio of residual conductivity and electrical conductivity Ans: Thermal conductivity • Ratio of universal gas constant to Avogadro’s number Ans: Boltzmann’s constant • No exchange of heat in the surroundings Ans: Adiabatic

• Total property of mixed gasses equals the individual properties contained at same temperature. Ans: Gibb’s theorem • 3G allocation Ans: P300M • P=kT Ans: Gay-Lussac’s Law • Removal of electrons in a field Ans: Field emission • Separation of liquid due to the difference of boiling point. Ans: Distillation • Process of putting two materials in close association Ans: Electrification • Maximum temperature for a Ans: Critical temperature • Removal of energy Ans: Water to ice. • Electronics Law of 2004 Ans: RA9292

• Maximum ERP of transmit power for class B FM Ans: 1000 W

• Comet shaped structure Ans: Coma

• Bombarded of metal by a high speed particle Ans: Secondary emission

• Defect cause by vertical and horizontal lines Ans: Astigmatism

• Percentage copper in electrical wires Ans: 99.95%

• Succession of tones Ans: musical scale

• A study of light waves, a spectrum from dispersion of light from a solid, liquid and gas. Ans: Emissions.

• Irregular succession of compression and rarefaction Ans: Unpitched sound

• Matter can be divided into smallest particles Ans: Democritus • In atoms, “atomos” means Ans: indivisible • Non-performance Ans: Material breach

Formula Ans: E = I/s2 • All trusses in Engineering Mechanics Ans: Method of joints • Formula Ans: p = qf/(q-f) • Acetylene tank Ans: F = p(DL+(πD2/8) F = δA • Formula of Solubility Ans: S = kP

Work charge Ans: W = qV • The electrical resistivity is equal to the sum of residual resistivity and thermal resistivity Ans: Matheissen’s Rule • Velocity of liquids Ans: v = √(Y/D) = √(Yg/D) • Velocity Ans: v = √(γRT/M) • Elongation of Spring Ans: δ = 64PR3n Gd4 • Detected by the ear Ans: Sound


• Stress Ans: T = 16PD/πd3 • Ratio of resistivity of conductors is the ratio at 298 K to that of ___ Ans: 4.2 K • Elongation Ans: δ =FL/EA • Formula Ans: 0 = TL/JG

• One mol of water is equal to ___ times 10 raise to 23 atoms Ans: 18.06

• Cost such as oils Ans: Depletion cost

• ERP of CH 7-13 Ans: 1000 kW

• Heat Ans: Calorie, BTU, and Joule

• ERP of Class B-1 Ans: 1000 W

• Relation of molecular formula in chemical Ans: Kinetic theory

• Partial pressure of gas Ans: Dalton’s Law

• Formula for inflation rate Ans: F = P (1+i)n/(1+i)r

• Ratio of thermal conductivity to electrical conductivity times pressure Ans: Weidemann Franz Law

• Tank Ans: σ = pDL 2t(D+L)

• If kinetic energy is 4 times, change in momentum is Ans: twice

• Through the image after refraction Ans: Real image

• Voltage at the point Ans: V = kQ/r

• From the image after refraction Ans: Virtual Image

• Efficiency Ans: e = T1/(T1-T2)

• Judgement of 2 distance objects at two ears Ans: Binaural effect

• Formula for index of refraction Ans: n2= sin ½(01+02) Sin ½(01)

• … to the contract Ans: Consequential breach

• How much faster Ans: V2 = /MW1 V1 √MW2

• Depends on the complexity of wave Ans: Quality • Bombarded electrons Ans: Secondary emission • Average person’s color perception Ans: Colorimetry

• Gray to … Ans: Saturation • Regardess of hue Ans: Lightness • Very bright or … Ans: Brightness • Apparent Frequency Ans: Doppler’s effect • Interference of two waves Ans: Michelson interferometer • Same amplitude and frequency Ans: Stationary wave

• Not related to contract Ans: Consequential • Inconsequential Ans: Nominal damage

• Deduction of stress Ans: Stress relaxation

• Class 1 dielectric capacitor Ans: 500

• Characteristic of sound Ans: Pitch

• Ratio of velocity of air to velocity of medium Ans: Absolute index of refraction


• What is defined a region in space chosen for study? Ans: system • What is the mass or region outside the system? Ans: surroundings • A combination of one or more metals with metallic element, Ans: Ceramic • Polymer comes from a Greek words “poly” which means “many” and meros which means Ans: part

• Packing factor of 0.52 Ans: Simple cubic

• Variation of index of refraction Ans: Optical dispersion

Depreciation is low Ans: Sinking fund

• It is used in ductile materials Ans: Yield Strength

• Acceleration proportional to displacement Ans: SHM

• Slot enters Ans: Spectrum line

• Not used in accounting Ans: Unit Cost Method

• The engineering materials known as plastics Ans: polymers

• Ratio of saturated water vapor Ans: Relative humidity

• Lowest temperature Ans: Cryogenics

• Indefinite or define of serious or nonserious Ans: Innominate term

• The different frequencies Ans: Beat

• Volume of water vapor to vapor in air Ans: Absolute humidity

• Total volume of the mixture Ans: Azamat’s Law

• It is the lens that has deviation without dispersion Ans: Achromatic lens

• It is the change of temperature of the heat of the substance Ans: Sensible heat

• Delayed fluorescence Ans: Phosphorescence

• Substitute of telescope in spectograph Ans: Camera

• Absolute temperature Ans: -460°F • To become a board member, at least ___ years consecutive residence in the Philippines. Ans: 5 • Diameter of copper grounding Ans: 14 mm • In office and bank building, Ans: 8 VA/m2

• Experience of practice of ECE to become a board member Ans: 10 years • Proton charge per mass Ans: 9.57 x 107 C/kg

1G 50 radio Ans: 1000 customers

2G 1 cell site Ans: 3,000 to 20,000 customers • at 32°F 1 atm Ans: 359 ft3 • Relative permitivitty of silicon Ans: 11.7 • Measurement of X-ray Ans: roentogen/hr • X-ray operates ___ roentogen/hr and ___ miles away from a receiver. Ans: 0.5, 2

• Unauthorized cellular phone fine Ans: P5000 • BTS design Ans: 6 months to 1 year • Billboard business Ans: 50 cm by 100 cm • 0.74 packing factor Ans: FCC • Coordination number of 12 Ans: FCC

• Unit percentage Group 2 Ans: 8% but not more than 6000.

• Valence to conduction Ans: Photon

• Unit percentage method Group 3 Ans: 6% but not more than 3000.

• Diameter of atomic nucleus Ans: 10-15 to 10-16 m

• Not more than ____ profit of engineer Ans: 25%

• Radius of an atom Ans: 10-14

• Inspection fee cable Ans: P300

• 1% GoS DCR until ___ of operations in 2 years Ans: 4%

• License Fee cable Ans: P3000 • Permit fee cable Ans: P900

• Zero rest mass Ans: Neutrino

• Concealed tubing Ans: 26 mm

• Conduction to valence Ans: Quantum

• Removal of electrons Ans: UV absorption

• Mu particle Ans: Leptons

• Dielectric distance Ans: 1/5

• First Radio Law Ans: Radio Act of 1910

• Which law vested the jurisdiction, control and regulation over the Philippine communications satellite corporation with the National Telecommunications Commission Ans: EO 196

• Heavy particles Ans: Baryons

• Electrode diameter Ans: 16 mm

• Least conductor Ans: Nichrome

• Yellowish gas Ans: Chlorine

• Unit of light intensity Ans: Candle

• Coordination number of 8 Ans: BCC

• Which law provides for a national policy on the operation and use of international satellite communications in the country. Ans: EO 467

• What is the basic law that provides for the regulation of radio station, communications in the Philippines and other purposes? Ans: RA 2846

• Engineering Materials Ans: Periodic Table • Between Halfmium and Lanthanium Ans: Lanthanide series

• Third best conductor Ans: Gold

• Lanthanide series Ans: Rare earth • Complete values Ans: Van der Waals Bonding • Physiological, esteem Ans: Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs • Building blocks Ans: Atoms • Period 4 and 5 Ans: 18 • Period 6 Ans: 32

• BDT and freon Ans: Cl and F

• Different arrangement Ans: Amorphous • Different crystal grains Ans: Polycrystalline • Friction Ans: Non-conservative force • Gravity Ans: Conservative force • Carnot Ans: Adiabatic and isothermal • Measuring of isotopes Ans: Positive ray • Compound alkaline methods Ans: OH • Pendulum depends on Ans: Length • Oscillating motion counteract Ans: SHM (Simple Harmonic Motion) • Number of elements in nature Ans: 92 • Fidel V. Ramos Ans: EO 467 • GMA RA 9292 Ans: April 17, 2004 • Effective RA9292 Ans: May 27, 2004

• 1% drop call rate until ___ of operations. Ans: 2%

• Period 2 and 3 Ans: 8 elements

• Which law governs the operation of cable television in the Philippines? Ans: EO 463

• Maximum violation of RA9292 Ans: P1M and 6 years

• Period 6 Ans: Actinide series

• 1 kWh Ans: 3,600,000 J


• Electronic Technician Ans: TESDA • Experience after implementation for Electrical Technicians without exam Ans: 5 years • Lightest metals Ans: Alkali metals • Lowest boiling point Ans: Mercury • CATV law Ans: EO 205 • NITC Ans: EO 469 • Cordless UHF frequency range Ans: 1.725 to 1.79 MHz • Specified Zone TV Ans: 56 km • Central gap Ans: Transition metal • Fuel cells Ans: Galvanic cells • Installation of 3G Ans: P100M • All applicants for application of 3G frequency bands shall post a performance bond of ___ Ans: P300M • Retentivity of a magnet Ans: Remanence • Actinide series Ans: Radioactive • Alloy of zinc Ans: Copper • Transmit of energy Ans: Heat • Reacts water at boiling point Ans: Magnesium

• Radioactivity Ans: Becquerel

To determine a qualified applicant, the engineer manager will subject the applicant to a test that is used to measure a person’s current knowledge of a subject? Ans: Aptitude test

• Form salts Ans: Chlorine • Hydrogen and other elements except oxygen Ans: Halides

• Friction of liquid Ans: Viscosity

• Passing the Board Ans: IEEP

• Transverse stress to axial strain Ans: Poisson’s ratio

• IFTS Ans: International Fixed Telephone Service

• Heart of Engineeing Management Ans: Decision making • Corrode buildings Ans: Sulfuric acid

• Without using sunlight infrared Ans: Greenhouse Effect

• Illumination Ans: Lumens

• Measure of assets and liabilities Ans: Acid Test Ratio

• Light intensity Ans: candela

• Net income/owner’s equity Ans: Return of Investment

• 1 erg Ans:107 J

• Matter can be converted to energy Ans: Einstein

• Equivalent of Molecular Weight Ans: lb- mol

• Mechanical to heat Ans: 100%

• Angular momentum of protons, neutrons, and electrons Ans: h/4π

• Depends on the absorption Ans: Heat to mechanical • When analog phased out Ans: 2006

• Force equal to zero Ans: Translational force

• Energy Ans: Principal Quantum Number

• Torque is equal to 0 Ans: Rotational

• To be passed by the engr. Ans: 5 drawing specifications

• The resistance of material to plastic deformation. Ans: Hardness

• Offer, acceptance, condition Ans: Contract

• Measure of rigidity Ans: Shear modulus

• Compulsory interconnection of public telecommunications carriers Ans: EO 59

• Difference in boiling point Ans: Distillation

• Creation of National Information Technology Council Ans: EO 469

Removal of electrons Ans: Ionization


• Signed by Pres. Ramos; use of international satellite communications Ans: EO 467 • Operation of CATV systems Ans: EO 205 • Policy guidelines of CATV systems Ans: EO 436 • Regulation of Philippine Communication Satellite Corporation given under NTSC Ans: EO 196

Creation of MTRCB Ans: PD 1986

First instance of government regulation on radio technology Ans: Radio Act of 1910

Maximum fine for violation of RA 3846 Ans: Php 4000.00

Push / broadcast messages are not allowed to be sent by NTSC except for paid subscription Ans: 9 PM to 7 AM • CATV primetime Ans: 6 PM to 11 PM

Minimum paid up capital for 3G operation Ans: P100M

Bond application for frequency assignment in 3G Ans: P300M • NTSC required courier with NAVTEX Ans: September 30, 2002

Analog broadcasting was phased out according to FCC Ans: 2006

Violation of RA 9292

Ans: 6 yrs of imprisonment ; penalty of Php 1 million

License can be reinstated once revoked Ans: 2 years

For bathroom Ans: 1 recpetacle outlet • 1 Joule Ans: 107 ergs

Relative permittivity of silicon Ans: 11.7 • IFTS Ans: InternationaTelevision Fixed Service

Hospitals Ans: 16 VA

Removal of offensive odor and taste Ans: Aeration

X-ray exposure measurement (unit) Ans: roentgen per hour

Ability to receive electrons Ans: Electron affinity

Poise Ans: dynes-sec/cm2

Unit for electrostatic potential difference Ans: Statvolt

Dyne Ans: gm-cm/s2

Return of investment (ROI) Ans: net income / owner’s equity

Refraction on hot air surface Ans: Mirage

• Scientific theory Ans: Galileo Galilei

Resultant and coplanar Ans: Varignon’s theorem

• Hypothesis Ans: Theory

• Carefully observed Ans: Experiment

Duality nature of light Ans: de Broglie

Drop call rate is 1% every 2 years until DCR is reached Ans: 2%

Filling of orbitals in increasing energy level Ans: Aufbau principle

Short haul (microwave) Ans: 150 km

Banks and offices Ans: 8 VA

International distress frequency for radio telegraphy Ans: 2128 kHz

Measures density of luminous intensity Ans: photometer

Modern atomic model Ans: Dalton

Acid test ratio Ans: ratio of quick assets to current liabilities

• The different frequencies Ans: less than 10

Voice grade – 1% every year until VG is reached Ans: 4%

• SWOT Ans: Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunity, Threat

Bending radius for metallic sheath – should not exceed Ans: 5 mm

• Stakeholders Ans: Program risk

• Business strategy Ans: SMEAC

Buoyant force Ans: Archimedes’ Principle Streamline ; steady flow Ans: Bernoulli’s theorem

Proton / nucleus atom Ans: Rutherford

Radioactivity Ans: Becquerel

Electron Ans: Thomson

Mixture of pollutants Ans: Oxidants

• SMEAC Ans: Situation, Mission, Execution, Administration, Communication

Not to exceed 24 A load on branch circuit Ans: 30 A

Light intensity Ans: Candle


• Crystals in nature Ans: 14 • Invented CPM Ans: J.E. Kelly • Momentum Ans: J-s


• Ans: N-s


• contract Ans: Warranty

Root of the

• Force majeure clause, wars, etc. Ans: Boilerpoint clause • table Ans: Heavy metals

Middle of periodic

• group Ans: Hydrogen

Not belong to the

• Found in the universe Ans: Hydrogen and Helium • body Ans: 65%

Oxygen in the

• Ans: 79%

Nitrogen in the air

• Highest electronegativity and most reactive element Ans: Fluorine • Velocity Ans: v = (v+v’)/(1+(vv’/c))

• Functional manager Ans: How the task will be done?

• Father of Modern Chemistry Ans: Antoine Lavoisier

• Project manager Ans: When will the task be done?

• Decimal Ans: Gabriel Mouton

• Ans: Eugenol


• Hydrocarbon Ans: Tobacco

properties that the component materials do not have by themselves Ans: Composites


• Eutectoid Tin-Lead Solder Ans: 63% Tin 37% Lead

• Fats Ans: Monoglyceride

• Bronze Ans: 93% copper 7% Tin

• Smog Ans: Nitrogen Dioxide

• Ans: 75% gold

• Softdrinks Ans: Phosphoric acid

• element Ans: Critical point


• Effect of magnet in friction Ans: Magnetistrcition

Ans: General Damage • Relates enthalpy and entropy Ans: Gibbs free energy • Not solution to dissatisfiers Ans: Promote employees

• Heavy water Ans: Deuterium + Oxygen

• Industrial plant Ans: Sulfur dioxide

• Law of Thermodynamics Ans: Law of Dulong and Petit

• What organization structure provides a sound basis for balancing the use of human resources and skills? Ans: Matrix organization

• Deuterium Ans: 1 Proton and 1 neutron

• Ans: Binary Acids

• Ans: N/m


• Ans: 0.0001 A

• constant Ans: T2/R3

Kepler’s Law

• Petroleums Ans: Hydrocarbons

• Ans: unitless


• ITEA annealed copper US reference Ans: 20°C

• Ans: 25xL/fcxfo


• Herzberg’s theory Ans: Eliminate dissatisfiers and install satisfiers.

• Annual Cost Method Ans: Capital Recovery Method

• Formula Ans: J = (π/32)(D4 – d4)

• Steps in planning Ans: Planning, determine the resources needed, set standards

• Function Ans: Functional Depreciation

• Formula Ans: 1/fw = (n2/n1-1)(1/R1-1/R2) 1/fa = (n2/n1-1)(1/R1-1/R2)

• maturity date Ans: Callable bond

• gradient Ans: ΔT/ΔL


• Acid test Ans: Quick Asset/Current Liabilities

• Ans: Salary

Not satisfier

• factor Ans: m = p/q


• Ans: Tungsten


• Metal + Water Ans: Hydrogen gas • Another name for catalyst Ans: inhibitor

• Ans: Palladium


• Ans: Platinum


18 carat gold

• Hydroxides form Ans: Salt


Bond before

Acids and

• Ans: 2 mg

“feel” “feels”

• Ans: Drag force


• Ans: Temperature

Not extensive

• Ans: Strain

Not intensive

• MW x heat capacity Ans: Molar specific heat • Wax Seal Ans: Specialty Contract

4th phase

Ans: plasma

• Financial Ans: Special Damage

• ROI Ans: net income/owner’s equity

• To punish Ans: Pinitive Damage

• It is a combination of two or more materials that has



• tripoint Ans: 0.00592 atm

Radius of an atom

Pressure water

• Universal Gas Constant Ans: 1.986 cal/mol K • Highest conductivity at room temperature Ans: Silver • oscillator or rectifier Ans: Class I

Capacitors for

• Capacitors for coupling bypass capacitor Ans: Class II • Alloy on telephone set Ans: Nickel Silver Copper Alloy • solder Ans: Antimony

Not reactive on

• lens Ans: Diopter

Unit of power of

Future money

Ans: Letter of Intent • Ans: Analysis

Heat Decomposed

• Weak acid and conjugate base or weak base and conjugate base Ans: buffer • liquid Ans: Henry’s Law

Solubility of the

• When one of the factors of production is fixed in quantity or is difficult to increase, increasing the other factors of production will result in a less than proportionate increase in output. Ans: Law of Diminishing Return • When two or more atoms form more than one compound Ans: Law of Multiple Proportion • Pure compound are always on the same proportion Ans: Law of Definite Proportion • No object occupy the same space Ans: Impenetrability • Depreciation salvage value Ans: Double Declining Balance Method • The unrecovered depreciation which results due to poor estimates as to the life of the equipment Ans: Sunk Cost

Resistivity of

semiconductor in Ω-m Ans: 10-5 to 107

• CPM in 1957 Ans: Rand and Walker

• Manual of the company consists of policy and Ans: Division of labor

• Highest conductive dielectric at room temperature Ans: Diamond

• Dean of school Ans: Free-rein leadership

Absolute zero

temperature Ans: -459.67°F • When there is a degradation of service provided by the company to clients, it is a sign that the engineer manager in charge Ans: has inadequate control • The sum of individual moments about a point caused by multiple concurrent forces equal to the moment of the resultant force about the same point. Ans: Varignon’s theorem


• One on one Ans: Socialization process


• Ans: Couple

Free moment

• Toughness Ans: Strain energy to fracture • Ratio of yield strength to specific gravity Ans: Specific strength

• Two forces acting on a particles may be replaced by a single force called resultant which can be obtained by drawing diagonal of parallelogram, which has the sides equal to the given forces. Ans: Principle of transmissibility

• Ratio of yield Modulus to specific gravity Ans: Specific Modulus • Father figure Ans: Benevolent Leadership • Job Ans: Laissez Faire Leadership

• What is the process of measuring the concentration of an acid or base in one solution by adding a base or acid solution of known concentration until the acid or base in the solution of unknown concentration is fully neutralized? Ans: Titration • Ans: 0

• Ans: cp/cv

• Resilience Ans: Strain energy per volume

• Who decides Ans: Beaureucratic Leadership • Bernoulli’s equation Ans: Conservation of energy

Rectangle moment

• Hollow cone Ans: 1/3 of the height from the base

4 requirement Ans: Interpersonal skills

• Dissatisfiers violated last option managers Ans: Involuntary separation

Ans: Personality test

• True about center of gravity Ans: It can be found outside the object.

• Ans: Hydorcyclic


• Ans: Non-toxic

Aluminum food

• Aluminum materials Ans: Atmospheric non-corrosion •



Die cast

Ans: Zinc • be reactive Ans: Calcium

Hydrogen gas to

• Ans: CO and H

Water gas

• Ans: Titanium

Stiffest light metal

• Ceramics Ans: Oxides, Nitrides and Carbides • Highest stiffness Ans: Cemented carbide • representation Ans: Unit cell


• antinode Ans: λ/4

Node and

• nodes Ans: λ/2

Two successive

• By definition, a rubber is a substance that has at least ___ elongation in tensile test and is capable of returning rapidly and forcibly to its original dimensions when load is removed Ans: 200%

Unit of Dipole

molecule Ans: Debye • Ans: 6600 lb-in/s

1 horsepower

• 1F Ans: 96,500 Coulomb/mol • Acceleration from its center Ans: Coriolis acceleration • Ans: Tungsten


• aluminum Ans: Magnesium

Lighter than

Ans: Copper

• temperature Ans: -38 to 350°C


• Heat distortion and creep resistance Ans: Mechanical properties

• Ans: Gantt chart

Bar graph

• Cyclic process Ans: Fatigue strength

• Interest rate to minimum attractive rate return (MARR) Ans: Effective rate not to be known • affect Ans: Free slack

Delay that do not

• Carbon graphite will ___ at high temperature Ans: not melt • Disadvantage of Goodman and Hieaenberg Ans: Maximum Ultimate Strength • False Ans: Non metals produce positive ions • Ans: Heterocyclic

Carbon atoms

• Bullet Ans: Linear momentum • magnetic Ans: Declination • Investment (ROI) Ans: Peso account • Ans: 99.95%

Angle between

• Ans: 0.05 inch/inch

Ductile to brittle

Surface tension

• Ans: meter

Specific strength

• Tough material Ans: Yields before failure

Latent heat of

• fusion of vapor Ans: 540 cal/g

Latent heat of

• Input and output Ans: Project management process

Return of

• Aluminum is ___ weight of the earth’s surface Ans: 8%

Copper electrical

• metals Ans: 0.25 – 0.35

Poisson’s ratio for

• Change in length over original length times 100 Ans: Percentage elongation

• Copper Ans: wires and plumbing tubes

• modulus Ans: N/m2

Oldest metal


• transmit energy Ans: Fermions

Matter part that

• Ans: Point defect


• atmosphere Ans: 79%

Nitrogen in earth’s

Oxygen in human

• body Ans: 65%

• prone to corrosion Ans: Palladium

Noise free and not

• Ideal / perfect reaction Ans: Stoichiomatric reaction

3rd law of

• of class II capacitor Ans: 500

Dielectric strength

• DNA Ans: Zinc

Component in

• Ans: 6 – 12 MV/m

Dielectric paper

• Ratio of translational to rotational Ans: 1:2

Unit of shear


Elements within

thermodynamics Ans: Nernst theorem

• Pulley cannot be used Ans: to convert energy

• electronegative Ans: Alkali Metals

• the same column Ans: Cogeners

Acid oxide or basic

• Hard coating for abrasive uses Ans: Aluminum coating

• fusion of ice Ans: 80 cal/g

• Used in thermocouples and thermometer Ans: Platinum

• Hard Ans: High elastic modulus • oxide Ans: Ampotheric

Black body

• Acceleration due to gravity is Ans: inversely proportional to the square of the radius.

• Ratio of shear stress to strain Ans: Tangent modulus • Ans: J/m2

• Ans: Kirchoff’s law

• range Ans: 0 - 4


• electronegative Ans: Halogens


• 1.5x Ans: Johnson’s Elastic theorem • Ans: Henry’s Law

Partial pressures

• Ans: 1/12

Carbon 12

• Ans: Ductile

Yield strength

• Brittle Ans: ultimate strength • Another term for dissatisfier Ans: Hygiene factor • strategic and tactical Ans: Strategic is long range and tactical short range • etc… Ans: Laminates

Plastic, cotton,

• solvent Ans: molality

Moles per 1kg

• solvent Ans: Formality

Grams per L

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1836- mass of protons vs electrons

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