ELW 3.10: Types of Forces
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by Rodney Balitewicz
| 13 Questions
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1
2
1
2 pts
Choose the forces that are present
GRAVITY
SPRING
TENSION
NORMAL
FRICTION
AIR RESISTANCE
2
2 pts
Choose the forces that are present
GRAVITY
SPRING
TENSION
NORMAL
FRICTION
AIR RESISTANCE
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3
4
5
3
2 pts
Choose the forces that are present
GRAVITY
SPRING
TENSION
NORMAL
FRICTION
AIR RESISTANCE
4
2 pts
Choose the forces that are present
GRAVITY
SPRING
TENSION
NORMAL
FRICTION
AIR RESISTANCE
5
2 pts
Choose the forces that are present
GRAVITY
SPRING
TENSION
NORMAL
FRICTION
AIR RESISTANCE
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
6
1 pt
Choose the two forces acting on the blue triangle:
GRAVITY
SPRING
NORMAL
TENSION
AIR RESISTANCE
FRICTION
7
1 pt
What force is described in the statement?
A. Applied Force
B. Air Resistance Force
C. Balanced Force
D. Frictional Force
E. Gravitational Force
F. Normal Force
G. Spring Force
H. Tension Force
I.Unbalanced Force
8
1 pt
What force is described in the statement?
A. Applied Force
B. Air Resistance Force
C. Balanced Force
D. Frictional Force
E. Gravitational Force
F. Normal Force
G. Spring Force
H. Tension Force
I.Unbalanced Force
9
1 pt
What force is described in the statement?
A. Applied Force
B. Air Resistance Force
C. Balanced Force
D. Frictional Force
E. Gravitational Force
F. Normal Force
G. Spring Force
H. Tension Force
I.Unbalanced Force
10
1 pt
What force is described in the statement?
A. Applied Force
B. Air Resistance Force
C. Balanced Force
D. Frictional Force
E. Gravitational Force
F. Normal Force
G. Spring Force
H. Tension Force
I.Unbalanced Force
11
1 pt
What force is described in the statement?
A. Applied Force
B. Air Resistance Force
C. Balanced Force
D. Frictional Force
E. Gravitational Force
F. Normal Force
G. Spring Force
H. Tension Force
I.Unbalanced Force
12
1 pt
What force is described in the statement?
A. Applied Force
B. Air Resistance Force
C. Balanced Force
D. Frictional Force
E. Gravitational Force
F. Normal Force
G. Spring Force
H. Tension Force
I.Unbalanced Force
13
1 pt
Select your answer:
A. It will remain at rest
B. It will eventually fall over

C. It will start to move on its own

D. It will rust
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