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For a real symmetric matrix [A], which of the following statements is true:
(A) The matrix is always diagonalizable and invertible.
(B) The matrix is always invertible but not necessarily diagonalizable.
(C) The matrix is always diagonalizable but not necessarily invertible.
(D) The matrix is always neither diagonalizable nor invertible.
It is desired to measure the Young’s modulus and the Poisson’s ratio of a given homogeneous, isotropic material. A bar of length 20cm and square cross-section (10mm× 10mm) of this material is subjected to a tensile load of 40kN. Under this load, length increases to 20.1cm while the cross-section reduces to 9.98mm× 9.98mm. Young’s modulus and Poisson’s ratio of the material are:
(A) 80GPa& 0.4 respectively
(B) 40GPa& -0.4 respectively
(C) 80GPa& -0.2 respectively
(D) 40GPa& 0.2 respectively
In general, for any given solid subjected to arbitrary loading, which of the following statements is always true:
(A) Volume does not vary with loading
(B) Mass does not vary with loading
(C) Density does not vary with loading
(D) Volume, mass and density vary with loading
The boundary conditions for a rod with circular cross-section, under torsional vibration,are changed from fixed-free to fixed-fixed. The fundamental natural frequency of the fixed-fixed rod is k times that of fixed-free rod. The value of k is