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# 1.

Obligation
2. Obligare
3. Quasi-delicts
4. Civil Obligations
5. Natural Obligation
6. Juridical or legal tie
7. Prestation
8. Active subject
9. Passive subject
10.
Work
11.
Acts or omissions punished by law
12.
Pure obligation
13.
Condition
14.
Condition obligation
15.
Suspensive Condition
16.
Resolutory Condition
17.
Obligations with a period
18.
Obligations with a period
19.
Ex die
20.
In diem
21.
Legal period
22.
Voluntary period
23.
Judicial period
24.
Reciprocal obligation
25.
Alternative obligation
26.
Alternative obligation
27.
Joint obligation
28.
Solidary obligation
29.
Active Solidarity
30.
Passive Solidarity
31.
Mixed Solidarity
32.
Divisible obligation
33.
Divisible obligation
34.
Qualitative
35.
Quantitative
36.
Ideal
37.
Penal clause
38.
Subsidiary
39.
Joint
40.
By altering the signature
41.
Indivisible obligation
42.
Complete
43.
Partial
44.
Express
45.
Implied

46.
47.
48.
49.
50.

Legal compensation
Voluntary compensation
Judicial compensation
Partial compensation
Total compensation

1. 36
2. 206 lbs
3. 25.98 N
4. 50.0 N
5. 477.27 N at 144.38 degrees
6. 522.68 N, 111.57 degrees
7. 41.61 degrees
8. 138
9. 9.00
10. 43.3
11. 237.7
12. 84.32 degrees
13. 29.88
14. 2i + 7j 5k
15. RA = 810 N, RB = 700 N
16. 20 times nearer

17. 504.76 ft
18. 976 m
19. 9.71 m
20. 9404.95 kg
21. 415.53 N
22. 416 kg
23. 35.1 m
24. 150 m
25. 219.71 kg
26. 2.172
27. 740.7 N
28. 15,708
29. Statics
30. Dynamics
31. Kinematics
32. Internal force
33. Couple
34. All forces act at the same point.
35. When they are concurrent or parallel.
36. 1

37. 1
38. 2 reactions and 1 moment
39. Fixed support
40. Engineering Mechanics
41. Particle
44. in static equilibrium
45. When the dimensions of various terms on the left side of the equation is
the same as the dimensions of the various terms on the right side.
46. Dimensional analysis
47. A beam supported only at its ends.
48. All of the above
49. Varignons theorem
50. Parallelogram Law

## 1. Protons and Neutrons

2. Electrons
3. Protons
4. Neutron
5. Indivisible
6. John Dalton
7. Joseph John Thomson
8. Ernest Rutherford
10. Matter
11. atom
12. Elements or Compounds
13. Element
14. Compound
15. Suspension, Colloids or Solutions
16. Suspension
17. Colloid
18. Solution
19. Metals, Nonmetals or Metalloids
20. Solid, Liquid and Gas

## 21. Acids and Bases

22. Malleability
23. Luster
24. Metals are neither malleable nor ductile.
25. Metalloids
26. Feel slippery on the skin
27. Dissolve metals producing various salts and hydrogen gas
28. salt
29. Acetic acid
30. Phosphoric acid
31. Hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide
32. Chemical change
33. Physical change
34. Chemical reaction
35. homogeneous
36. heterogeneous
37. extensive
38. intensive
39. Surface area
40. Density

## 41. Law of multiple proportion

42. Law of definite proportion
43. John Dalton
44. Joseph John Thomson
45. Plum-pudding model
46. Henri Becquerel
47. Atomic mass unit (amu)
48. Charge unit
49. -1.60217733 x 10^-19
50. 1

1. Kilogram
2. Meter
3. Joule
4. Watt
5. Kelvin
6. Candela
7. Unitless
8. Pa
9. N/m2
10. 100,000
11. watt/m2
12. Volt
13. joule/coulomb
14. 1.6 x 10 ^-19
16. coulomb/volt
17. Ampere
18. coulomb/second
19. Ohm

20. volt/ampere
21. Candela
22. Lumen
24. lumen/watt
25. Lux
26. lumen/m2
27. lumen/ft2
28. 100,000
29. Quantum
30. Slug
31. micrometer
32. nanometer
33. milligram
34. Newton-meter
35. Newton-meter per second
36. 746
37. work or energy
38. work or energy
39. mass
40. In decibels

41. 1 volt
42. Unit vector
43. To describe the direction in space
44. Dot product
45. Cross product
46. equal to 0
47. equal to 0
48. equal to 0
49. Scalar quantities
50. Vector quantities