## Engineering Mechanics The point, through which the whole weight of the body acts, irrespective of its position, is known as

Center of gravity
Center of percussion
Moment of inertia
Center of mass

## Engineering Mechanics The resultant of the two forces ‘P’ and ‘Q’ is ‘R’. If ‘Q’ is doubled, the new resultant is perpendicular to ‘P’. Then

P = Q
Q = R
None of the listed here
Q = 2R

## Engineering Mechanics The total momentum of a system of masses (i. e. moving bodies) in any one direction remains constant, unless acted upon by an external force in that direction. This statement is called

Newton's second law of motion
Principle of conservation of energy
Principle of conservation of momentum
Newton's first law of motion

## Engineering Mechanics The Cartesian equation of trajectory is (where u = Velocity of projection, α = Angle of projection, and x, y = Co-ordinates of any point on the trajectory after t seconds.)

y = x. tanα + (gx²/2u² cos²α)
y = (gx²/2u² cos²α) + x. tanα
y = (gx²/2u² cos²α) - x. tanα
y = x. tanα - (gx²/2u² cos²α)

2πN/180
πN/60
2πN/60
πN/180