Practice MCQs For Force and Turning Effect Of Forces



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1. Which of the following is in neutral equilibrium?
2. If a nut and bolt are difficult to undo, it may be easier to turn the nut by using a longer spanner. This is because the longer spanner gives
3. When a force is applied to an object, several effects are possible. Which of the following effects cannot occur?
4. in which direction does the frictional force always act on an object moving across a horizontal surface?
5. Which of the following statements is correct?
6. An object is moving in a straight line on a smooth surface at 6 m/s when a constant force acts on it from the opposite direction. If the force is held constant for a long time, how long will the object move?
7. When t = 0, a constant horizontal force is applied to a body initially at rest on a smooth horizontal table.. Which of the following quantities will not change during the time period t > 0?
8. Which of the following cannot be the magnitude of the resultant force when a force of 6 N and a force of 8 N act on an object?
9. When two forces are combined, the size of the resultant depends on the angle between the two forces. Which of the following can not be the magnitude of the resultant when forces of magnitude 2 N and 5 N are combined?
10. When a body moves across a rough surface, a frictional force is produced.

Which statement about this force is always true?

 

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