biomechanics 2

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  1. Which type of muscle contraction is used as a braking mechanism to1decrease the velocity of the arm after the ball has left your hand?

    A isotonic
    B dynamic
    C eccentric
    D isometric
    E concentric
    C eccentric
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  2. What is the function of a muscle acting as a neutralizer?

    A prevents undesired joint rotation caused by the contracting muscles
    B cooperates with other muscles to create the desired joint rotation
    C contracts to keep the two bones making up the joint from separating
    D causes the opposite joint rotation to the one desired
    A prevents undesired joint rotation caused by the contracting muscles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. What is the function of a muscle acting as a stabilizer?

    A causes the opposite joint rotation to the one desired
    B cooperates with other muscles to create the desired joint rotation
    C prevents undesired joint rotation caused by the contracting muscles
    D contracts to keep the two bones making up the joint from separating
    D contracts to keep the two bones making up the joint from separating
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Which of the following illustrates eccentric muscle contraction of the hipextensors?

    A holding a tennis racquet while awaiting a serve
    B bending forward with knees straight to touch the floor
    C stepping up onto a bench
    D standing at attentionEnone of the above
    B bending forward with knees straight to touch the floor
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  5. In order to reduce "form drag," you should:

    A increase the relative velocity
    B reduce the surface roughness at higher velocities
    C reduce the cross-sectional area
    D increase fluid density
    E all of the above
    C reduce the cross-sectional area
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  6. Which of the following statements is true of the Magnus force?

    A both A and B
    B It causes a ball to move up, down, left, or right
    C It direction is always upward
    D It can created by a spinning ball
    E all of the above
    A both A and B
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  7. A runner having an absolute velocity of +6 m/s is running on a windyday. The wind has an absolute velocity of +3 m/s. The relative velocity is ___

    A 18 m/s
    B 9 m/s
    C 2 m/s
    D 3 m/s
    E none of the above
    D 3 m/s
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. An object will float if ___

    A it has a specific gravity > 1.0
    B it has a density > 1000 kg/m3
    C it has a buoyant force < 1000 N
    D both A and B
    E none of the above
    E none of the above
  9. A joint that allows uniaxial rotation of articulating bone surfaces arounda longitudinal axis is called

    A a gliding joint
    B a pivot joint
    C a hinge joint
    D an axial joint
    E a twisting joint
    B a pivot joint
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  10. A lever in the which the force acting on the lever is in between thefulcrum and the resistance is called a2

    A 2nd class lever
    B 1st class lever
    C 3rd class lever
    C 3rd class lever
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  11. A joint that is "freely movable" and "highly mobile" would be classified as

    A synovial and amphiarthrodial
    B diarthrodial and cartilaginous
    C synovial and diarthrodial
    D diarthrodial and fibrous
    E synovial and synarthrodial
    C synovial and diarthrodial
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. The most stable triaxial joint is the . . .

    A hip joint
    B shoulderjoint
    C elbow joint
    D anklejoint
    E knee joint
    A hip joint
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. The forces that can influence the movement of a projectile are

    A both A and B
    B gravity
    C drag
    D weight
    E all of the above
    A both A and B
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. If the relative projection height is positive, which of the followingstatements is/are true?2

    A horizontal displacement will increase
    B horizontal & vertical displacement will increase
    C horizontal displacement will decrease
    D horizontal & vertical displacement will decrease
    A horizontal displacement will increase
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  15. The optimal projection speed when relative projection height is zero willbe ___ meters/second.

    A 40
    B 45
    C 50
    D 55
    E none of the above
    E none of the above
  16. Which of the following statements is/are true?

    A When projection angle is 45 degrees, vertical displacement reaches its maximumvalue
    B both A and B
    C As projection angle increases to 90 degrees, vertical displacement gets larger
    D As projection angle increases to 90 degrees, vertical displacement gets smaller
    E none of the above
    C As projection angle increases to 90 degrees, vertical displacement gets larger
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
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