A scalar quantity is one that:

1. is conserved in a process.

2. will never accept negative values.

3. must be dimensionless.

4. has the same value for observers with different orientations of axes.

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The position of a particle in a rectangular co-ordinate system is (3, 2, 5). Then its position vector will be:

1. 5i^+6j^+2k^

2. 3i^+2j^+5k^

3. 5i^+3j^+2k^

4. None of these

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A is a vector with magnitude A, then the unit vector A^ in the direction of A is

1. AA

2. A.A

3. A×A

4. A/A

Subtopic:  Resolution of Vectors |
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If A=2i^+4j^-5k^, then the direction cosines of the vector are:

(direction cosines (or directional cosines) of a vector are the cosines of the angles between the vector and the three +ve coordinate axes.)

1. 245, 445 and -545

2. 145, 245 and 345

3. 445, 0 and 445

4. 345, 245 and 545

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A force F applied at a 30° angle to the x-axis has the following X and Y components:

1. F2, F

2. F2, 32F

3. 32F, 12F

4. F, F2

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If P=Q , then which of the following is NOT correct?

1. P^=Q^

2. P=Q

3. PQ^=QP^

4. P+Q=P^+Q^

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There are two force vectors, one of 5N and the other of 12N. At what angle should the two vectors be added to get the resultant vector of 17N, 7N, and 13N, respectively:

1. 0°, 180° and 90°

2. 0°, 90° and 180°

3. 0°, 90° and 90°

4. 180°, 0° and 90°

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A particle moves from position null to (11i^+11j^+15k^) due to a uniform force of (4i^+j^+3k^)N. If the displacement is in m, then the work done will be: (Given: \(W=\vec{F}.\vec{S}\))

1. 100 J

2. 200 J

3. 300 J

4. 250 J

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If for two vectors A and BA×B=0, then the vectors:

1. are perpendicular to each other.

2. are parallel to each other.

3. act at an angle of 60°.

4. act at an angle of 30°.

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The angle between vectors A×B and B×A is

1. Zero

2. π

3. π/4

4. π/2

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