# Physical Processes - Forces In Action

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• 1.
• A.

Her weight and a reaction force from the ground

• B.

Air resistance on the ball and gravity

• C.

The force of her opponent's hit on the ball and air resistance

• 2.
When an object falls, air resistance ...
• A.

Acts in the opposite direction to the weight

• B.

Acts in the same direction to the weight

• C.

Does not act at all

• 3.
Weight is a force and is measured in ...
• A.

Newtons

• B.

Kilograms

• C.

Metres

• 4.
• A.

The Earth

• B.

The moon

• C.

You would feel equally heavy on both

• 5.
Which of the following is TRUE?
• A.

Gravity only acts through air, not through water or land

• B.

Gravity does not act on aeroplanes flying in the sky

• C.

Gravity always acts towards the centre of the earth

• 6.
If gravity pulls you towards the centre of the earth, why don't you fall through the pavement?
• A.

Because gravity doesn't act through pavements

• B.

The pavement exerts an equal force in the opposite direction

• C.

Because gravity runs out

• 7.
Which gives the smallest reading on a forcemeter?
• A.

An apple suspended in water

• B.

An apple suspended in air

• C.

They both give the same reading

• 8.
Which of these is not a force?
• A.

Friction

• B.

Weight

• C.

Height

• 9.
Which of these is FALSE?
• A.

A moving object carries on moving until a force stops it

• B.

A moving object eventually runs out of force and slows down

• C.

A moving object travels in a line until a force changes its direction

• 10.
When an object is at rest/stationary ...
• A.

There are no forces acting on it

• B.

There are forces acting on it but these forces are balanced

• C.

There is just one force acting on it, gravity