Types Of Motion And Forces: Question Preview (ID: 29534)


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Example of Non-Contact Force
a) magnetic b) frictional c) buoyant d) elastic
Example of Contact Force
a) elastic b) electrical c) magnetic d) gravitational
A book coming to a stop after sliding across a table is an example of...
a) gravitational force b) frictional force c) elastic force d) buoyant force
The force that is exerted on an object when something is compressed and then released...
a) elastic b) electrical c) frictional d) gravitational
A force that has to be touching in order to have an effect...
a) contact b) non-contact c) gravitational d) magnetic
The force of attraction or repulsion between magnets
a) gravitational b) magnetic c) nuclear d) buoyant
The force of resistance between two objects when one object rubs against or goes through the other...
a) elastic b) frictional c) gravitational d) electrical
The force that is applied when an object is pulled by a rope, string, or other object...
a) elastic b) centripetal c) electrical d) buoyant
The force of attraction between two objects because of their masses....
a) gravitational b) electrical c) frictional d) nuclear
Any push or pull.
a) force b) gravity c) friction d) magnetic
A force that can work on an object it is not touching
a) contact b) non-contact c) frictional d) buoyant
The force that is applied by an object when another object rests on or in it...
a) frictional b) gravitational c) elastic d) buoyant
A force of attraction or repulsion caused by the build-up of electrons...
a) gravitational b) electrical c) magnetic d) elastic
Example of elastic force
a) pushing your finger into silly putty b) a duck floating on water c) the wheels of a wagon slowing down as it stops d) socks sticking together
Magnets repelling each other is an example of...
a) gravitational force b) buoyant force c) magnetic force d) elastic force
What is a spring scale used to measure?
a) mass b) length c) volume d) force
Objects on Earth being pulled towards the Earth is an example of...
a) elastic b) frictional c) gravitational d) magnetic
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