- AAt one quarter span
- BAt the crown
- CAnywhere in the rib
- DNone of these

- Ael/2d
- Be²l/3d²
- Cel²/3d²
- De²l²/3d²

- A1/8
- B1/4
- C1/2
- D1/3

- A1/2
- B2/3
- C1/4
- D1/3

- A1/8
- B1/10
- C1/12
- D1/16

- Am = 2j – 3
- Bj = 2m – 3
- Cm = 3j – 2
- Dj = 3m – 2

- A4
- B8
- C12
- D16

- AArea of cross-section divided by radius of gyration
- BArea of cross-section divided by least radius of gyration
- CRadius of gyration divided by area of cross-section
- DLength of column divided by least radius of gyration

- ANormal stresses only
- BTangential stresses only
- CNormal stresses as well as tangential stresses
- DNone of these

- AIt is subjected to pure bending
- BIts mean diameter will decrease
- CIts number of coils will increase
- DAll the above

- ASum of moment of inertia is zero
- BDifference of moment inertia is zero
- CProduct of moment of inertia is zero
- DNone of these

- AYield ratio
- BHooke’s ratio
- CPoisson’s ratio
- DPlastic ratio

- AConsist of uniform thin strips
- BAre supported at outer end
- CAre wound by applying a torque
- DAll the above

- ATwo bars
- BThree bars
- CThree parallel bars
- DThree bars intersecting at a point

- AF/A
- BF/2A
- C3F/2A
- D2F/3A

- ARankine
- BGuest or Trecas
- CSt. Venant
- DVon Mises

- AGuest's or Trecas' theory
- BSt. Venant's theory
- CRankine's theory
- DVon Mises' theory

- AGuest’s or Trecas’ theory
- BSt. Venant’s theory
- CRankine’s theory
- DHaig’s theory

- AGuest's or Trecas' theory
- BSt. Venant's theory
- CRankine's theory
- DHaig's theory

- AGraphical method
- BMethod of joints
- CMethod of sections
- DAll the above

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