Civil Engineering - SI Units

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Exercise :: SI Units - Section 1

  • SI Units - Section 1
1. 

1 kg wt in gravitational unit equals

A. 8.9 N in SI system
B. 9.8 N in SI system
C. 4.5 N in SI system
D. 5.4 N in SI system.

Answer: Option B

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2. 

To convert the units of M.K.S. to units of S.I., a factor 9.80665 is used for

A. mass
B. force
C. work energy
D. power
E. all the above.

Answer: Option E

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3. 

SI unit for the surface tension, is

A. kg/m3
B. kg/m2
C. kg/m
D. N/m

Answer: Option D

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4. 

The basic quantity in the International system of units, is

A. length and mass
B. time and temperature
C. mole and light intensity
D. electric current
E. all the above.

Answer: Option E

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5. 

Intensity of electric current is expressed in

A. volts
B. watts
C. amperes
D. joules.

Answer: Option C

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