# Engineering/Engineering Branch Wise MCQs Sample Test,Sample questions

1.Collagen

2.Keratin

3.Insulin

4.GLUT-4

1.True

2.False

## Question: ```A body having 7 kg of mass moves slowly and covers a vertical height of 14 m. What is the work done in Joules and what force causes this work? Take g = 10 m/s2. ```

1.980, gravity

2.980, force acting opposite to gravity

3.1000, gravity

4.1000, force acting opposite to gravity

1.0

2.10

3.15

4.20

## Question: ```A body moving with a constant velocity on normal ground initially has an energy of 1000 J. If the final energy is 800 J, what is the work done and which force causes this work? ```

1.200 J, gravity

2. -200 J, friction

3.200 J, friction

4. -200 J, gravity

## Question: ```A body of mass 2 Kg, initially at rest, moves under the influence of an external force of magnitude 4 N on plane ground. What is the work done by the force and the change in kinetic energy in the first 10 seconds? ```

1.400 J, 400 J

2. -400 J, 400 J

3.400 J, -400 J

4. -400 J, -400 J

1.dimer

2.monomer

3.heteropolymer

4.homopolymer

1.225W

2.12250W

3.122.5W

4.122W

## Question: ```A particle is acted upon by a force of a constant magnitude which is always perpendicular to the velocity of the particle. The motion of the particle takes place in a plane. It follows that ___________ ```

1.Its velocity is constant and kinetic energy is constant

2.Its acceleration and velocity is constant

3.Its kinetic energy is constant and it moves in a circular path

4.Its acceleration is constant and it moves in a circular path

1.1.25J

2.0.5J

3.-0.5J

4.-1.25J

## Question: ```A projectile has both change in kinetic and potential energy. Still the work done calculated between any two points is zero. This is due to _________ ```

1.Presence of no external force

2.No displacement

3.The displacement being in both vertical and horizontal directions

4.Inter-conversion of kinetic and potential energies

1.monomer

2.homopolymer

3.heteropolymer

4.dimer

1.10m/s

2.10√30m/s

3.40m/s

4.20m/s

## Question: ```According to the work-energy theorem, total change in energy is equal to the _______ ```

1.Total work done

2.Half of the total work done

3.Total work done added with frictional losses

4.Square of the total work done

## Question: ```Amino acids are linked together by _____ ```

1.peptide bonds

2.hydrogen bonds

4.hydrophobic interactions

## Question: ```An athlete in the Olympic game covers a distance of 100m in 10s. His kinetic energy can be estimated in the range? ```

1.200J – 500J

2.2×105J – 3×105J

3.20000J – 50000J

4.2000J – 5000J

## Question: ```Collagen is a(n) ______ ```

1.hormone

2.intracellular ground substance

3.intercellular ground substance

4.enzyme

## Question: ```Collision between two carom coins is an example for ___________ ```

1.Oblique collision

2.Perfectly inelastic collision

3.Inelastic collision

4.Elastic collision

1.True

2.False

1.True

2.False

## Question: ```How are essential amino acids obtained? ```

1.Produced in the body

2.Through diet

3.Its levels remain constant

4.From plants

1.10g

2.9g

3.9.6g

4.2g

1.Infinity

2.Constant

3.Zero

4.Sinθ

## Question: ```In which category do potential and kinetic energy fall? ```

1.Mechanical energy

2.Electrical energy

3.magnetic energy

4.Usual energy

## Question: ```Mud thrown on a wall and sticking to it is an example for ___________ ```

1.Inelastic collision

2.Elastic collision

3.Super elastic collision

4.Perfectly inelastic collision

## Question: ```Statement 1: Linear momentum of a system of particles is zero. Statement 2: Kinetic energy of a system of particles is zero. ```

1.1 does not imply 2 and 2 does not imply 1

2.1 implies 2 but 2 does not imply 1

3.1 does not imply 2 but 2 implies 1

4.1 implies 2 and 2 implies 1

## Question: ```The change in the total energy of a body moving because of work being done on it is attributed by the change in kinetic energy only when ______ ```

1.It moves extremely slowly

2.It moves with a very high velocity

3.It moves on an equipotential surface

4.It moves with a positive acceleration

## Question: ```The energy possessed by a body by the virtue of its motion is called ______ ```

1.Kinetic energy

2.Potential energy

3. Total energy

4.Motion energy

## Question: ```The energy possessed by a body by the virtue of its position is called ______ ```

1.Kinetic energy

2.Potential energy

3.Total energy

4.Position energy

## Question: ```The most common type of door is: ```

1.Double leaf door

2.Louvred door

3.Single leaf door

4.Battened door

## Question: ```The total energy change of a body which covers a vertical height is constituted completely by the potential energy change only when ______ ```

1.It moves slowly

2.It moves quickly

3.It moves for some time, then rests, then moves again

4.It moves with a decreasing velocity

## Question: ```The total energy of a system moving under the action of a conservative force changes by 50 J. Which of the following statements are correct with regards to the amount of work done? ```

1.Amount of work done = 50 J

2.Amount of work done < 50 J

3.Amount of work done > 50 J

4.Amount of work done <= 50 J

1.True

2.False

1.50 kJ

2.-50 kJ

3.25 kJ

4.10 kJ

## Question: ```What is the full form of RuBisCO? ```

1.Ribosome bisphosphate Carboxylase-Oxidase

2.Ribulose bisphosphate Carboxylase-Oxidase

3.Ribosome bisphosphate Carboxy-Oxygenase

4.Ribulose bisphosphate Carboxylase-Oxygenase

## Question: ```What is the function of antibody? ```

1.Acts as tissue toxins

3.Fights infectious agents

4.Helps in growth of cells

## Question: ```What is the function of GLUT-4? ```

1.Enables transport of both insulin and glucose into cells

2.Enables glucose transport into cells

3.Enables glucose transport out of cells

4.Enables transport of both sodium and glucose out of cells

## Question: ```What type of helix is observed in proteins? ```

1.Left-handed helix

2.Parallel double helix

3.Antiparallel double helix

4.Right-handed helix

## Question: ```When a light body collides with a massive body at rest ___________ ```

1.The light body rebounds after the collision

2.The light body Remains at rest

3.The massive body rebounds after the collision

4.No reaction happens

## Question: ```When a massive body collides against a light body at rest ___________ ```

1.The light body starts moving

2.The light body rebounds

3.The velocity of the bodies get exchanged

4.The massive body comes to rest

## Question: ```Which of the following is an example of inelastic collision? ```

1.Collision between two vehicles

2.Collision between glass balls

3.A bullet fired into a wooden block

4.Collision between two railway compartments

1.GLUT-4

2.Collagen

3.Insulin

4. Trypsin

## Question: ```Which of these is not a function of protein? ```

1.Major constituent of the cell membrane

2.Transport of nutrients

3.Defense against pathogens

4.Regulation of homeostasis

## Question: ```Which of these proteins help in recognition of sensory signals? ```

1.Receptor proteins

2.Structural proteins

3.Hormones

4.Nucleoproteins

## Question: ```Which of these statements is true about the secondary structure of proteins? ```

1.Secondary structure of protein occurs only in the form of helices

2.Protein helices are always double-stranded

3.Protein helices and right-handed

4.Entire primary structure of the protein is folded into a helix

1.Primary

2.Tertiary

3.Quaternary

4.Secondary

## Question: ```Which of these structures is necessary for the activity of proteins? ```

1.Alpha–helix

2.Primary structure

3.Tertiary structure

4.Beta–sheet

## Question: ```Which of these structures is three-dimensional? ```

1.Tertiary structure

2.Primary structure

3.Alpha–helix

4.Beta–sheet

1.Actin

2.Keratin

3.Collagen

4.Histone

1.ATP synthase

2.Collagen

3.RuBisCO