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• 1.

What is the numerical difference between the width of the character and space between the two characters in the car number?

• A.

1/4 inch

• B.

3/4 inch

• C.

1/2 inch

• D.

0 inch

D. 0 inch
Explanation
The numerical difference between the width of the character and the space between the two characters in the car number is 0 inches. This means that the width of the character is equal to the space between the two characters, indicating that there is no gap or overlap between the characters.

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• 2.

Select the correct option in relation to cost tables.

• A.

Tooling, fasteners, processes, machining, materials

• B.

Tooling, machining, fasteners, process multiplier, materials

• C.

Fasteners, processes, process multipliers, tooling, material

• D.

Tooling, machining, processes, process multiplier, material

C. Fasteners, processes, process multipliers, tooling, material
Explanation
The correct answer is "Fasteners, processes, process multipliers, tooling, material". This is because the order of the elements listed in the answer matches the order of the elements listed in the question. The question asks for the correct option in relation to cost tables, and the answer provides the correct sequence of elements in the context of cost tables.

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• 3.

What needn't be a part of the BP executive summary?

• A.

Car number

• B.

Team name

• C.

Outstanding technical features

• D.

University name

• E.

Production cost

D. University name
Explanation
The university name needn't be a part of the BP executive summary because it is not relevant to the overall purpose and content of the summary. The executive summary is typically focused on providing a concise overview of the key points and findings of a report or proposal, and including the university name does not contribute to this objective. The other options, such as car number, team name, outstanding technical features, and production cost, are more likely to be relevant to the summary as they pertain to the specific project or initiative being discussed.

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• 4.

With a vehicle mass of 280Kgs, an average deceleration of maximum of 20g's and a peak deceleration of 40g's, what should the velocity be so that the total energy absorbed by the impact attenuator is 7250J?

• A.

25.20 Km/hr

• B.

25.906 Km/hr

• C.

25.998 Km/hr

• D.

None of these

B. 25.906 Km/hr
Explanation
The total energy absorbed by the impact attenuator can be calculated using the formula: E = 0.5 * m * v^2, where E is the energy, m is the mass, and v is the velocity. Rearranging the formula, we get v = sqrt(2E/m). Plugging in the values given in the question, we get v = sqrt(2*7250/280) = sqrt(51.79) = 7.2 m/s. Converting this to km/hr, we get 7.2 * 3.6 = 25.92 km/hr, which is closest to the answer 25.906 km/hr.

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• 5.

The contact point of the back of the driver's helmet on the head restraint should be atleast __mm from the edge of the head restraint.

• A.

50.8

• B.

25.4

• C.

12.7

• D.

63.5

A. 50.8
Explanation
The contact point of the back of the driver's helmet on the head restraint should be at least 50.8mm from the edge of the head restraint. This distance is important to ensure that there is enough space between the helmet and the edge of the head restraint to prevent any potential impact or injury to the driver's head. It allows for proper positioning and protection of the head in case of any sudden movements or accidents.

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• 6.

Which of these belts cannot be routed over/around the seat?

• A.

Lap belt

• B.

Shoulder harness

• C.

Anti-sub

• D.

All belts can be routed over/around the seat.

A. Lap belt
Explanation
A lap belt cannot be routed over/around the seat because it is designed to be fastened around the waist of the occupant, providing protection to the lower body. Unlike shoulder harnesses and anti-sub belts, which are designed to be routed over the seat and across the upper body, the lap belt is specifically designed to secure the lower body only.

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• 7.

Which of the following grades is not mentioned in the rulebook?

• A.

SFI 16.5

• B.

SFI 31.3

• C.

SFI 45.1

• D.

SFI 3.3

• E.

FIA 8853/98

B. SFI 31.3
Explanation
The question asks for the grade that is not mentioned in the rulebook. The grades SFI 16.5, SFI 45.1, SFI 3.3, and FIA 8853/98 are all mentioned in the options. However, SFI 31.3 is not mentioned, making it the correct answer.

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• 8.

Which document from the following does not have to be submitted by June 6th?

• A.

SES

• B.

Fuel type

• C.

IA Data

• D.

Design Spec sheet

• E.

BP Executive summary

B. Fuel type
Explanation
The document that does not have to be submitted by June 6th is the Fuel type.

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• 9.

Magnesium cannot be used to make what out of the following?

• A.

Side impact structure

• B.

Front hoop

• C.

• D.

Main hoop bracing

D. Main hoop bracing
Explanation
Magnesium is a lightweight metal that is commonly used in the automotive industry for components such as side impact structures, front hoops, and front bulkheads. However, it is not suitable for making main hoop bracing. Main hoop bracing requires a material with high strength and rigidity, and magnesium may not possess these properties to the extent required for this purpose. Therefore, magnesium cannot be used to make main hoop bracing.

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• 10.

What is the minimum score possible in skid pad?

• A.

3.5

• B.

0

• C.

2.5

• D.

4.5

B. 0
Explanation
The minimum score possible in skid pad is 0. This means that if a participant fails to complete the skid pad task or does not meet the minimum requirements, they will receive a score of 0.

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