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ECE Review

B. 447 K *

of atoms? Ans. 2.11 1024 atoms

A. 3.01 1024 atoms c. 2.11 1024 atoms*

B. 3.12 1024 atoms D. 2.21 1024 atoms

GEAS

D. 475 K

occupied a volume of 1.5 L at 25C and 740

mmHg?

A. 18.75 g/mol

C. 22.4 g/mol

B. 20.10 g/mol *

D. 25.2 g/mol

sodium sulfate Na2SO4? Na = 23 g/mol; S = 32 16. Calculate the number of moles of gas in a

g/mol; O = 16 g/mol

sample occupying 532 mL at 0.555 atm at

A. 350 g

C. 355 g *

14C. Ans.

B. 352 g

D. 357 g

A. 0.0139 mol *

C. 0.0243 mol

B. 0.0072 mol

D. 0.0194 mol

3. Each molecule of a substance contains 9

carbon atoms and 13 hydrogen atoms and

17. The rate of hydrogen effusion was 3.728 mL/s,

2.33 10-23 g of other components. What is the

while the rate of an unknown gas was 1.000

molecular weight (in g/mole) of this

mL/s. Find the molar mass of the unknown

substance?

gas.

A. 130 g/mol

C. 138 g/mol

A. 20.08 g/mol

C. 26.10 g/mol

B. 135 g/mol *

D. 132 g/mol

B. 24.62 g/mol

D. 28.02 g/mol *

4. How many grams of carbon are there in 2.4

mol of C3H8O (isopropanol)?

A. 86.4 g *

C. 68.4 g

B. 84.6 g

D. 64.8 g

of water at standard atmospheric conditions?

A. 2.26 MJ

C. 2.43 MJ

B. 3.39 MJ *

D. 4.28 MJ

19.

approximately 254 g/mol was found to consist

of 25.2% sulfur, S, and 74.8% fluorine, F. What

is the molecular formula of this sample?

A. S2F8

C. S4F10

B. S2F4

D. S2F10 *

20.

6. Calculate the mass of the oxygen that reacts

with 1.24 g of methane (natural gas) to form

3.41 g of carbon dioxide and 2.79 g of water.

Ans: 4.96 g

A. 4.85 g

C. 4.51 g

21.

B. 4.70 g

D. 4.96 g *

7. A 10.0 g sample of sodium chloride consists of

39.3% sodium and the rest chlorine. What is

the mass of sodium in a 4.00 g sample? The

molar mass of sodium and chlorine are 23

g/mol and 35.5 g/mol respectively.

A. 2.34 g

C. 2.41 g

B. 1.57 g *

D. 3.21 g

8. Naturally occurring magnesium consists

78.70% of 24Mg with atoms of mass 23.98504

amu, 10.13% of 25Mg with atoms of mass

24.98584 amu, and 11.17% 26Mg, with atoms

25.98259 amu. Calculate the atomic mass of

the magnesium.

A. 26.22 amu *

C. 25.08 amu

B. 24.26 amu

D. 27.03 amu

9. How many moles of magnesium oxide will be

produced from the reaction of 3.5 moles of

oxygen gas with a sufficient amount of

magnesium?

A. 7.0 mol *

C. 5.0 mol

B. 3.5 mol

D. 8.0 mol

22.

23.

24.

25.

10. What is the molarity of ethanol in 90-proof

whiskey? Density of alcohol is 0.8 g/mL, MW

of ethanol = 46 amu.

A. 7.83 M *

C. 8.62 M

B. 6.28 M

D. 8.26 M

11. The density of a 2.45 M aqueous solution of

methanol (CH3OH) is 0.976 g/L. What is the

molality of the solution?

A. 2.75 m

C. 3.72 m

B. 2.73 m *

D. 3.27 m

26.

prepare a 4.00 m aqueous solution of NH3

using 25.0 g of NH3.

A. 0.368 kg *

C. 0.475 kg

B. 0.465 kg

D. 0.570 kg

27.

of gas at 105 kPa is changed to 1.22 atm at

constant temperature.

A. 3.2 L

C. 1.35 L

B. 2.12 L

D. 1.27 L *

28.

25C. What is the temperature in degrees

Celsius is necessary to increase the volume of

the gas to 7.50 L? Ans: 174C

A. 174 K

C. 387 K

29.

the following statements is true?

A. The average velocity is zero *

B. The average velocity is never zero

C. The instantaneous velocity is never zero at

any time

D. All statements are false

30. The acceleration due to gravity

A. has a constant value at sea level

B. is negative

C. varies with altitude or elevation

D. all of the above *

31. As a projectile thrown upward moves in its

parabolic path, at what point along its path are

the velocity and acceleration vectors for the

projectile perpendicular to each other?

A. nowhere

B. the highest point *

C. launch point

D. just before it hits the ground

negative?

A. when it is above the point of origin

Calculate its specific heat if a 35.9-g sample of

B. when it is below the point of origin

metal at 58.0C is immersed in 52.1 g of water

C. when it is going down *

at 16.3C, warming the water to 20.7C.

D. No! This cannot happen! The velocity must

A. 0.72 J/gC *

C. 0.68 J/gC

be positive.

B. 0.74 J/gC

D. 0.64 J/gC

33. The rate at which an object falls in the

Calculate the osmotic pressure of 0.100 M

absence of air resistance does not depend on

solution of a nonionic solute at 25C.

A. the mass of the object

A. 257 kPa

C. 248 kPa *

B. the shape of the object

B. 235 kPa

D. 358 kPa

C. the initial velocity of the object

D. all of the above *

What is the pressure in MPa of 7 kg of

nitrogen gas confined to a volume of 0.4 m3 at 34. If an object is in motion and its velocity does

10C? For nitrogen gas, M = 28 g/mol.

not change, which of the following statements

A. 1.47 MPa *

C. 2.07 MPa

is true?

B. 1.52 MPa

D. 2.35 MPa

A. the object is in a state of dynamic

equilibrium

What volume does 2.05 mol of oxygen occupy

B. the object follows a straight line

at a temperature of 25C and a pressure of

C. the net force acting on the object must be

0.950 atm?

zero

A. 50.4 L

C. 52.8 L *

D. all answers are correct *

B. 30.2 L

D. 55.6 L

35. Ken has a mass of 70 kg. What is his weight

A sample of xenon gas was collected in a

on the moon if the acceleration due to gravity

5.000 L container at a pressure of 225.0

in the lunar surface is 1.6 m/s2?

mmHg, and a temperature of 27.0C. Later the

A. 100 N

C. 70 N

pressure had changed to 1.000 atm, and the

B. 686 N

D. 112 N *

temperature was 0.0C. What was the new

volume, in liters, of the gas?

36. A ball having a mass of 400 grams has an

A. 1.25 g/mol

C. 1.35 g/mol *

acceleration of 2.5 m/s2. The net force acting

B. 2.28 g/mol

D. 3.20 g/mol

on the ball is

A. 1 kN

C. 1 N *

A sample of gas occupies a volume of 10.0 mL

B. 160 N

D. 6.25 N

at 60C and 567 mmHg. What volume would

this gas occupy at STP?

37. If an object does not interact with other

A. 4.20 mL

C. 5.51 mL

objects, it is possible to identify a reference

B. 6.12 mL *

D. 7.25 mL

frame in which the object has zero

acceleration. This is a statement of which

A sample of gas has a volume of 2.50 L at

law?

25C and 745 torr. What will be the volume in

A. law of inertia *

C. law of interaction

liters of the sample if we increase the

B. law of acceleration D. law of motion

temperature to 45 and the pressure changes

to 0.75 atm.

38. The acceleration of a body is

A. 2.48 L

C. 3.15 L

A. directly proportional to its mass

B. 3.02 L

D. 3.49 L *

B. directly proportional to the net force acting

on it *

22

1.55 10 molecules of oxygen at 20C are

C. independent of the objects mass

placed in a container with maximum capacity

D. independent of the net force acting on it

of one liter. What is the pressure of oxygen

inside the container?

39. A body moving in a uniform circular motion

A. 60.24 kPa

C. 62.64 kPa *

A. Has a constant speed

B. 58.12 kPa

D. 59.35 kPa

B. has a changing velocity

C. Is accelerating

A solution is prepared by dissolving 45.2 g of

D. All answers are correct *

sucrose in 250.0 g of water. Calculate the

mass percent of the solution.

40. The value of the coefficient of friction

A. 15.3 % *

C. 14.7 %

A. depends on the surface area of the object

B. 11.2 %

D. 12.5 %

in contact

B. depend on the mass of the object

Determine the molality of ethanol, C2H5OH, in

C. depend on the weight of the object

a solution prepared by adding 50.0 g of

D. depend only on the nature of the surfaces

ethanol to 250.0 g of water.

in contact *

A. 4.34 m *

C. 3.68 m

B. 5.21 m

D. 5.41 m

41. A 10-kg box is pushed 10 m to the right by a

50 N force. If the coefficient of friction between

A ball is thrown directly upward until it reaches

the box and the floor is 0.12, what is the work

the maximum point and then falls back exactly

done on the box?

A. 320 J

C. 230 J

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B. 382 J *

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D. 328 J

hanging 20 ft from the ground?

A. 4260 J

C. 2400 J

B. 6420 J

D. 3260 J *

43. Which of the following quantities is scalar?

A. momentum

C. force

B. velocity

D. energy *

44. A body in motion possesses

A. momentum

C. power

B. energy

D. all of the above *

45. What happens to the kinetic energy of an

object if its momentum is doubled?

A. it will also double

B. it will remain the same

C. it will quadruple *

D. insufficient data to tell

46. A 1 kg object falls freely from a height of 10 m.

What is its kinetic energy just before it hits the

ground?

A. 98 J *

C. 100 J

B. 90 J

D. 104 J

47. How much electrical energy is consumed by a

1.5 hp air conditioner that runs continuously

for 6 hours?

A. 9 kWh

C. 5.4 kWh

B. 4 kWh

D. 6.7 kWh *

48. A hot-air balloon is ascending at the rate of 12

m/s and is 80 m above the ground when a

package is dropped over the side.

A. 38 m/s

C. 41 m/s *

B. 44 m/s

D. 53 m/s

A. 0.3 m/s

B. 0.4 m/s

GEAS

C. 0.5 m/s *

D. 0.6 m/s

1,960 N. While weightless in space, the

astronaut fires a 100 N rocket backpack for 2

seconds. What is the resulting velocity of the

astronaut and equipment?

A. 0.5 m/s

C. 2 m/s

B. 1.5 m/s

D. 1 m/s *

58. What is the velocity of a 1,000 kg car if its

kinetic energy is 200 kJ?

A. 18 m/s

C. 20 m/s *

B. 19 m/s

D. 21 m/s

70. If a fly collides with the windshield of a fastmoving bus, which experiences an impact

force with a larger magnitude?

A. the fly

B. the bus

C. they experience the same impact force *

D. cannot be determined due to lack of data

a camera. The camera uses a converging lens

whose focal length is 0.0500 m. What is the

magnification of the lens?

A. 0.0530

C. 0.0478

B. 0.0312

D. 0.0204 *

A. directly proportional to the coefficient of

friction

B. directly proportional to the normal force *

C. depends on the surface area in contact

D. all of the above

regarding the magnitude of the force of static

friction?

A. it can be equal to sN

B. it can be less than sN

C. it can sometimes be greater than sN *

D. none of the above

identical car at rest. What is the resulting

speed of the combined cars?

A. 2.3 m/s

B. 1.5 m/s

C. 1.7 m/s

D. 2.0 m/s *

73.

61. Sound travels faster in water than in air at

ordinary temperatures because

A. water has much higher density than air

B. water is far more incompressible than air *

C. the bulk modulus of water is lower than that

for air

D. the modulus of elasticity of air is higher

74.

than that of water

stone in a vertical circle at a uniform velocity of 62. When a body undergoes uniform circular

motion

6 m/s. What is the tension in the string when

A. it has a constant speed

the stone is at the bottom of the circle?

B. its velocity is changing

A. 11.46 N

C. 20.4 N

C. it undergoes an acceleration

B. 14.4 N

D. 17.34 N *

D. all answers are correct *

50. The launching mechanism of a toy gun

63. The acceleration of a body in uniform circular

consists of a spring of unknown spring

motion

constant. When the spring is compressed

A. depends on its mass

0.120 m, the gun, when fired vertically, is able

B. is always normal to the path

to launch a 35.0-g projectile to a maximum

C. is a function of its velocity *

height of 20.0 m above the position of the

D. is directed away from the center of rotation

projectile before firing. Neglecting all resistive

forces, determine the spring constant.

64. What happens to the radial acceleration of a

A. 753 N/m

C. 945 N/m

body in uniform circular motion if the radius of

B. 953 N/m *

D. 674 N/m

its path is doubled?

A. the acceleration will double as well

51. A candle is held 3.0 in. from a concave mirror

B. the acceleration will be reduced by half *

whose radius is 24 in. Where is the image of

C. the acceleration will not change at all

the candle?

D. the acceleration will be reduced to oneA. 4 in *

C. 3 in

fourth of its original value

B. 2 in

D. 5 in

52. A 70-kg astronaut is floating inside a

spaceship that is in a circular orbit at an

altitude of 207 km above the earth, where the

gravitational field intensity is 9.2 N/kg. What is

the magnitude of the force of gravity on the

astronaut?

A. 724 N

C. 548 N

B. 882 N

D. 644 N *

53. An electric hoist is used to lift a 250 kg load to

a height of 80 m in 39.2 s. What is the power

of the hoist motor in hp?

A. 6.7 hp *

C. 4.7 hp

B. 5.3 hp

D. 7.8 hp

54. What potential energy is acquired by a block

of steel whose mass is 50 kg when it is raised

5.0 m?

A. 2750 J

C. 2500 J *

B. 2700 J

D. 2600 J

55. An object located 20 cm in front of a convex

mirror forms an image 10 cm behind the

mirror. What is the focal length of the mirror?

A. 10 cm

C. 20 cm *

B. 15 cm

D. 25 cm

56. A 15 g bullet is fired with a velocity of 200 m/s

from a 6 kg rifle. What is the recoil velocity of

the rifle?

unbalanced forces

B. the acceleration of a body is inversely

proportional to the net force acting on it

C. the acceleration of a body is inversely

proportional to its mass *

D. a body in equilibrium has zero acceleration

A. has an acceleration caused by the change

in the magnitude of the velocity

B. has an acceleration due to the changing

direction of the velocity

C. can have a changing speed and direction

D. all answers are correct *

66. If an object does not interact with other

objects, it is possible to identify a reference

frame in which the object has zero

acceleration. This statement refers to the

A. first law of motion *

B. third law of motion

C. second law of motion

D. law of acceleration

67. A body in equilibrium

A. is always at rest

B. can have acceleration

C. is always in motion

D. can be in motion *

68. The change in the motion of a body is caused

by

A. forces *

C. equilibrium

B. acceleration

D. inertia

69. Newtons second law of motion directly states

that

1.5 m cord and moves in a horizontal circle. If

the cord can withstand a maximum tension of

50.0 N, what is the maximum speed at which

the ball can move before the cord breaks?

A. 10.5 m/s

C. 14.4 m/s

B. 12.2 m/s *

D. 14.6 m/s

A 1,500-kg car moving on a flat, horizontal

road negotiates a curve having a radius of

35.0 m and the coefficient of static friction

between the tires and dry pavement is 0.523,

find the maximum speed the car can have and

still make the turn successfully.

A. 13.4 m/s *

C. 12.4 m/s

B. 14.3 m/s

D. 13.2 m/s

acting on a body which creates a

displacement.

A. energy

C. power

B. work *

D. motion

76. What is the change in the internal energy of a

thermodynamic system where an ideal gas

does a work of 550 J while loses heat energy

of 150 calories?

A. 1180 J *

C. 1200 J

B. 1210 J

D. 1220 J

77. Calculate the number of moles of gas in a

sample occupying 245 mL at 409 torr at 38C.

A. 0.00378 mol

C. 0.00516 mol *

B. 0.00450 mol

D. 0.00668 mol

78. What is the efficiency of a Carnot engine

operating between 260C and 927C?

A. 72 %

C. 56 % *

B. 48 %

D. 61 %

79. A man cleaning a floor pulls a vacuum cleaner

with a force of magnitude 50.0 N at an angle

of 30.0 with the horizontal. Calculate the work

done by the force on the vacuum cleaner as

the vacuum cleaner is displaced 3.00 m to the

right.

A. 130 J *

C. 110 J

B. 120 J

D. 100 J

80. The scalar product of two perpendicular

vectors is

A. always positive

C. a scalar

B. can be negative

D. zero *

81. If the speed of a particle is doubled, its kinetic

energy

A. becomes 4 times larger *

B. decreases

C. remains the same

D. increases by a factor of

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82. What is the magnitude of the resultant force of

the two forces 200 N at 20 and 400 N at 144?

A. 332.5 N *

C. 313.5 N

B. 323.5 N

D. 233.5 N

83. The resultant of two concurrent forces is

minimum when the angle between them is

A. 0

C. 45

B. 90

D. 180 *

84. A man can exert a maximum pull of 1000 N

but wishes to lift a new stone door for his cave

weighing 20,000 N. If he uses a lever, how

much closer must the fulcrum be to the stone

that to his hand?

A. 10 times nearer

C. 20 times nearer *

B. 10 times farther

D. 20 times farther

85. The resultant of two forces in a plane is 400 N

at 120. If one of the forces is 200 lbs at

20what is the other force?

A. 347.77 N at 114.85

B. 435.77 N at 104.37

C. 357.56 N at 114.24

D. 477.27 N at 144.38*

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B. radiation

GEAS

D. heat

average molecular kinetic energy of an ideal

gas?

A. internal energy

C. pressure

B. thermal energy

D. temperature *

90. Which one refers to the measure of the

disorder that is present in a given system?

A. friction

C. enthalpy

B. entropy

D. heat

91. The statement the entropy of the Universe

increases for all real processes is referring to

which law of thermodynamics?

A. zeroth

C. second *

B. first

D. third

92. What is the most efficient engine possible?

A. Carnot engine *

C. diesel engine

B. diesel engine

D. Kelvin engine

which exerts a pull of 100 N on the top of the

post. If the angle between the guy wire and

the ground is 60, determine the vertical

86. A 100 kN block slides down a plane inclined at

component of the force supporting the pole.

an angle of 30with the horizontal. Neglecting

A. 89.9 N

C. 86.6 N *

friction, find the force that causes the block to

B. 91.1 N

D. 92.1 N

slide.

A. 48 N

C. 50 N *

94. A plane is headed due east with an airspeed

B. 54 N

D. 58 N

of 240 mph. If a wind at 40 mph is blowing

from the north, determine the resultant speed

87. A constant-pressure process is called

of the plane.

A. isobaric process * C. Charles Law

A. 253.3 mph

C. 592 mph

B. isothermal process D. isochoric process

B. 243.3 mph *

D. 200 mph

88. Which type of energy transfer mechanism is

95. Three forces 20 N, 30 N and 40 N are in

exhibited as hot air rises and cold air sinks?

equilibrium. Find the angle between the 30 N

A. convection *

C. conduction

and the 40 N forces.

A. 22.45

B. 25.55

C. 28.96*

D. 30.22

the temperature generally

A. increases

B. decreases *

C. remains the same

D. increase or decrease

97. The change in the internal energy of a system

is a result of energy transfer by heat or by

work or by both. This statement refers to the

A. first law of thermodynamics *

B. second law of thermodynamics

C. Clausius statement

D. Kelvin-Planck statement

98. Which law explains the limited efficiency of

heat engines?

A. first law of thermodynamics

B. second law of thermodynamics *

C. Clausius-statement

D. Carnot theorem

99. The area of the closed curve in the PV

diagram represents the _________ in a cyclic

process.

A. internal energy

C. enthalpy

B. heat transferred

D. work done *

100.

Which statement of the second law of

thermodynamics is applicable to heat

engines?

A. Kelvin-Planck statement

B. Clausius statement *

C. Carnot theorem

D. Joule statement

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