# Can You Get A 10/15 On This Basic Logic Test? An Engineer Could!

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#### Can You Get A 10/15 On This Basic Logic Test? An Engineer Could!

Question 1 of 15.

What is the name of the instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure?

2. Barometer
3. Manometer
Question 2 of 15.

What is the branch of physical science that deals with the relations between heat and other energy?

1. Electrodynamics
2. Thermodynamics
3. Hydrodynamics
Question 3 of 15.

What do we measure energy in?

1. A Lux
2. A Joule
3. An Ampere
Question 4 of 15.

What states that every object in motion will remain in motion until stopped by an external force?

1. Bernoulli's Principle
2. Newton's Laws of Motion
3. Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation
Question 5 of 15.

In E=MC^2, what does the C^2 stand for?

1. Capacity squared
2. Energy squared
3. Speed of light squared
Question 6 of 15.

In Boyle's Law, what has to stay constant?

1. Temperature
2. Density
3. Energy
Question 7 of 15.

What is the range of the pH scale?

1. 0-14
2. 0-5
3. 0-100
Question 8 of 15.

A spark of static electricity can measure up to how many volts?

1. 3,000
2. 10,000
3. 100
Question 9 of 15.

When do roller coaster cars reach their maximum kinetic energy?

1. When they're at the bottom of the path
2. When they`re at the top of the track
3. When they start moving
Question 10 of 15.

When two objects have a like charge they

1. Attract
2. A or B, depends
3. Repel
Question 11 of 15.

What causes fire to start when two sticks rub together?

1. Energy
2. Friction
3. Sparks
Question 12 of 15.

What states that the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the sqares of the other two sides?

1. Fundamental Theorem
2. Cramer's Theorem
3. Pythagorean Theorem
Question 13 of 15.

What does the word engineer mean in latin?

1. Creative
2. Inventing
3. Cleverness
Question 14 of 15.

Why do golf balls have dimples?

1. To make them less dense
2. For visual affect
3. To reduce drag
Question 15 of 15.

What force is a form of acceleration that causes the accelerating object to experience a force acting in the opposite direction to the acceleration?

1. Applied force
2. Centripetal force
3. G- force

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