1. | What is the density (in kg/m^{3} of a cube whose side 2 m and whose mass is 8 kg? |
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2. | What is the density (in kg/m^{3} which displaces about 500 m^{3} in a container and whose mass is 50000? |
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3. | The angle at which an object starts to slide across a surface is not dependent on its weight |
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4. | A rectangular solid with a density of 10 kg per cubic meter has a height of 2000 cm. It has a length of 3 cm but the width is unknown. What is the pressure applied to the ground underneath it? |
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5. | We can inhale the exhaust fumes of a jeepney even when we are inside the moving vehicle. This is an application of |
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6. | An object which remains at rest means no external force are acting on it |
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7. | The period of a simple pendulum follows this formula The length of the pendulum's string is 980 m. What is the period of vibration of the pendulum |
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8. | The vertical velocity of a projectile at the peak of its flight is |
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9. | Aerodynamics is an application of this principle |
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10. | This principle is related to buoyancy |
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11. | A person's mass is proportional to his |
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13. | Distance and displacement of an object has the same value |
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14. | is the formula for the simple harmonic motion of a pendulum. What is the length of a pendulum's string if the period of the pendulum's vibration is 2π (2 times pi)? |
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15. | Airplanes can fly because of this principle |
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16. | Unit for pressure |
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17. | No matter where you press a toothpaste tube, paste comes out of the opening. This is an application of |
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18. | Hydraulics is an application of this principle |
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19. | Friction of layers in a liquid |
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20. | The force and the acceleration may have the same value and units |
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