General Engineering Quiz

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Last updated: October 3, 2012
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Trigonometric function defined as the ratio between the opposite side and the hypotenuse
Conic section that has an eccentricity equal to 1
Part of the quadratic formula inside the radical sign that determines the number of distinct roots of a quadratic equation
A special kind of differential equation which has the form: dy/dx + yP(x) = Q(x)y^n
A property of a square matrix A that is denoted by |A|
A type of beam that has a fixed support at only 1 end
Condition that occurs when the sum of all forces and the sum of all moments acting on a body are equal to zero
Ratio between the deformation of a body caused by subjecting it to stress and its original length
Poisson's ratio
Stress divided by strain (when the body obeys Hooke's Law)
Modulus of elasticity
Change in pitch that occurs when a sound source is moving with respect to the listener
Doppler effect
The frequency of a pendulum is only dependent on the acceleration due to gravity and this property of the pendulum
Electric current multiplied by the voltage results in this quantity
When circuit elements are arranged in this type of circuit, the current flowing through them is constant
An integral transform that converts a function in time to a function of s which is equal to the integral of the product of the function in t and e^(-st), from zero to infinity
The law of thermodynamics that states: if object A is in thermal equilibrium with object B, and object B is in thermal equilibrium with object c, then object A is in thermal equilibrium with object C.
The most efficient type of heat engine
A thermodynamic quantity that represents the degree of disorder in a system
A type of interest which is of the form F = P(1 +iN) where F is the future worth, P is the present worth, i is the interest, and N is the number of interest periods
The loss of value of a certain investment from its present worth until it reaches its salvage value
The oldest type of engineering profession
Level 73
Dec 6, 2015
The first question is wrong. Cosine is the ratio between the Adjacent side and the hyp. Sine is the correct answer.
Level 18
May 27, 2018
the second to last question is also wrong. the correct answer is strain. Poisson's ratio refers to the ratio between the transverse strain over the axial strain.
Level 25
Feb 20, 2019