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• Modularization

• Number of questions

• Experience requirements

• Licence extension

Module 1. Mathematics

The characteristic of Log 0.698 is

• -2.

• -1.

• 1.

saroj101 asking:

• who is characteristic is calculated ...i am little bit confused..??

Community comments: 0

• -2.

• -1.

• 1.

saroj101 asking:

• who is characteristic is calculated ...i am little bit confused..??

Community comments: 0

Module 1. Mathematics

Cos A =

• 0.6

• 0.8

• 1.2

andyrhcp104 asking:

• How can you work this out without a calculator?

Community comments: 2

• 0.6

• 0.8

• 1.2

andyrhcp104 asking:

• How can you work this out without a calculator?

Community comments: 2

Module 2. Physics

A ram has a piston with 2 in2. Another ram with a piston of 4 in2 will provide

• the same force.

• double the force.

• square the force.

gyorwarth asking:

• Hi, I could do with some help on this question. I have not see this method of specifying a ram and piston combination. What is the difference between a "2 in2" and a "4 in2" piston, are the designations relating to piston and rod diameter? Thanks, Graeme.

Community comments: 2

• the same force.

• double the force.

• square the force.

gyorwarth asking:

• Hi, I could do with some help on this question. I have not see this method of specifying a ram and piston combination. What is the difference between a "2 in2" and a "4 in2" piston, are the designations relating to piston and rod diameter? Thanks, Graeme.

Community comments: 2

Module 2. Physics

A cylinder filled with water to half a metre will exert a pressure of

• 4.9 Pa.

• 4900 Pa.

• 49 Pa.

Richiegeee asking:

• Hi, can someone please explain?

Community comments: 2

• 4.9 Pa.

• 4900 Pa.

• 49 Pa.

Richiegeee asking:

• Hi, can someone please explain?

Community comments: 2

Module 2. Physics

A spring, operating within its elastic range, shortens by 60mm when a load of 480N is applied to it. Calculate the total shortening when the load is increased by 120N

• 82mm.

• 45mm.

• 75mm.

Richiegeee asking:

• Hi, can someone give me the formula to calculate this?

Community comments: 2

• 82mm.

• 45mm.

• 75mm.

Richiegeee asking:

• Hi, can someone give me the formula to calculate this?

Community comments: 2

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