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Pulling force of earth is called
Option1: magnetic force
Option2: Frictional Force
Option3: Gravitational Force
Option4: Electrical force
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Amount of matter measured in kilograms is
Option1: Mass
Option2: Weight
Option3: Force
Option4: Energy
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Upward force acting on an object when it is submerged into a fluid either liquid or solid it is called
Option1: Thrust
Option2: Upthrust
Option3: Drag
Option4: Lift
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A force which opposes motion when two surfaces are in contact is called
Option1: Thrust
Option2: Air Resistance
Option3: Gravitational Force
Option4: Frictional Force
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A magnet exerts a force called
Option1: electrical force
Option2: Chemical Force
Option3: Magnetic Force
Option4: Magnetic Field
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Gravitational force is influenced by object's
Option1: Weight
Option2: Shape
Option3: Size
Option4: Colour
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A person from parachute falls slowly to ground due to
Option1: Thrust
Option2: Air Resistance
Option3: Friction
Option4: Air Friction
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Friction acts in opposite direction and it can affect an object to
Option1: Slow down
Option2: stop
Option3: Both a and b
Option4: Speed up
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Force of 'lift' on aero plane acts upwards in direction of weight of plane which pulls it
Option1: upward
Option2: downward
Option3: foreward
Option4: backward
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Up thrust and weight act in
Option1: Same direction
Option2: Opposite direction
Option3: Upward
Option4: Downward
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Actions like squeezing, lifting and pressing needs
Option1: Pull
Option2: or Push
Option3: Both a and b
Option4: Energy
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Weight is considered as
Option1: energy
Option2: pull
Option3: Push
Option4: weight
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Gravitational force is defined as force of attraction between
Option1: two masses
Option2: three masses
Option3: magnets
Option4: two poles
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Air resistance acts on plane in opposite of
Option1: Thrust
Option2: Lift
Option3: weight
Option4: Drag
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Size of a force can be measured by
Option1: Focemeter
Option2: spring balance
Option3: Both a and b
Option4: Therometer
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If you leave a ball on slanting surface due to gravity it will move
Option1: Down the slope
Option2: Upwards
Option3: up the slope
Option4: Contantly stationery
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A force applied on an object can change its
Option1: Shape
Option2: Volume
Option3: Size
Option4: Colour
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Moon has less
Option1: Gravitational Force
Option2: Light
Option3: Air
Option4: Gases
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A stone stays less heavy in water than in
Option1: Mud
Option2: Soil
Option3: Air
Option4: Desert
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Frictional force which is acting on an object when it moves through air is called
Option1: Thrust
Option2: Upthrust
Option3: drag
Option4: Air Resistance
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