The study of force is one of the importantÂ subjectsÂ of the vast subject of Physics. Scientists have always been intrigued with the natural force present everywhere.
They are for centuries trying to find out exact reason and effect of such forces. ManyÂ principlesÂ of physics now actually define and measure the force.
Here are ten questions toÂ refreshÂ and enhance yourÂ knowledgeÂ of Physics
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1. Question1 points
The coulombian forces are responsible for binding:
I. an atom to an atom to form a molecule.
II. an electron to a nucleus to form an atom.
III. a molecule to a molecule to form a solid or a liquid.
Which combination is correct ?CorrectIncorrect
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The most universal of all the basic forces in nature is :CorrectIncorrect
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The forces that hold pieces of matter together and give them strength are called:CorrectIncorrect
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The inward force required to keep a satellite moving in a circular orbit is :CorrectIncorrect
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Action at a distance’ is revealed most prominently in :CorrectIncorrect
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What is impulse?CorrectIncorrect
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Three forces are in equilibrium, then each force is :CorrectIncorrect
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If three forces act on a particle in equilibrium, each is proportional to the sine of the angle between the other two’. This is known as :CorrectIncorrect
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A system of two equal and opposite parallel forces is called:CorrectIncorrect
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The force responsible in the formation of the galaxies is :CorrectIncorrect