Nonquantitative problems on the exam don't require numerical calculation but rather an understanding of theory and principle. It's essential that you answer these questions fast, leaving yourself more time to work on solutions for the quantitative problems. 999 Nonquantitative Problems for FE Examination Review will bring you up to speed on the concepts you need to know. Answers are included. After working through 999 Nonquantitative Problems, you'll be prepared to handle FE concepts swiftly and confidently.Problem-48. The relationship between dynamic and static friction is best described by the (in)equality (a) static friction alt;alt; dynamic friction. (b) static friction alt; dynamic friction. (c) static friction = dynamic friction. (d) static friction agt; dynamic friction.
|Title||:||999 Nonquantitative Problems for FE Examination Review|
|Publisher||:||Professional Publications Incorporated - 1997|