**1) a force is required to move the body upwards 2) a force is required to move the body downward 3) the body will not be in equilibrium**

The correct answer is?

**1) a force is required to move the body upwards 2) a force is required to move the body downward 3) the body will not be in equilibrium**

The correct answer is?

A. —rad/sec 10

B. —rad/sec 20**C. —rad/sec 30**

D. none of the above

**A. stable**

B. unstable

C. neutral

D. none of the above

A. Newton and watt

B. Dyne and erg**C. Newton and joule**

D. kg-wt and joule

A. constant**B. zero**

C. maximum

D. minimum

A. howe truss

B. king post truss**C. fink truss**

D. warren truss

**A. S = C tan q>**

B. S = C cos cp

C. S = C sin cp

D. S = C cot <p

**A. 50 and 75**

B. 75 and 50

C. 75 and 75

D. 50 and 50

A. force-displacement diagram**B. force-time diagram**

C. velocity-time diagram

D. velocity-displacement diagram

A. 1 rad/sec2

B. 4 rad/sec2**C. 6 rad/sec2**

D. 12 rad/sec2

A. 0 and 5 m/sec**B. 5 m/sec and 0**

C. 5 V3 m/sec and 0

D. 5 and 5V3 m/sec

A. proportional to A**B. proportional to A2**

C. proportional to 1/A2

D. independent of A

A. zero**B. maximum**

C. minimum

D. unpredictable

A. be in equilibrium**B. always reduce to a resultant force**

C. always reduce to a couple

D. both (A) and (C)

A. M’^T’**B. M’L-‘T0**

C. M’L-‘T1

D. M2L’T3

A. ultimate stress**B. yield stress**

C. proof stress

D. none of the above