# TOS_Module 2 (Part 1)

## Quiz by Judith Corre

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- Q1
In solving trusses, always assume the unknown member forces acting on the joint’s free-body diagram to be in compression.

TRUE

FALSE

30s - Q2
Determine the force of member BE.

A tension force

Cannot be determined

0

A compression force

30s - Q3
It consists of passing an imaginary section through the truss, thus cutting it into two parts.

Method of Superposition

Method of Sections

Method of Joint

Method of Reduction of Member

30s - Q4
What type of compound truss is this?

4

1

3

2

30s - Q5
It consists of members joined together at their ends to form a stable three-dimensional structure.

Simple Truss

Joint Truss

Space Truss

Compound Truss

30s - Q6
Removing the secondary trusses and replace them with dashed members so as to construct the main truss is a type ___ compound trusses.

2

4

1

3

30s - Q7
Ball-and-Socket Support corresponds to 3 forces components.

FALSE

INDETERMINATE

TRUE

30s - Q8
In solving the force member CG, which method is best to use?

Method of Joints

Method of Reduction of Member

Method of Superposition

Method of Sections

30s - Q9
What is the correct procedure in solving complex trusses?

1.

**External Loading on Simple Truss**2.

**Superposition**3.

**Reduction to Stable Simple Truss**4.

**Remove External Loading from Simple Truss**1234

3142

3412

1432

30s