Physics Test: Practice Questions On Moments, Levers And Gears!
5 Questions |
By Ben_oneill | Last updated: Sep 10, 2020
| Total Attempts: 5276
In this quiz on the scientific topic of physics, we’ll be taking a look at the moment of force – which is defined as the measure of its tendency to cause a body to rotate about a specific point of axis. One example you might find easiest to wrap your head around is the see-saw. Think of what causes the see-saw to balance and what tilts it to either side. What do you know about these moments?
For a see-saw to balance, the anti-clockwise moment must equal the ________________
Another name for a pivot is a ___________ (7) NON-CASE SENSITIVE
SEPARATE ANSWERS WITH A COMMA (PLEASE, ALL LOWER CASE, NO CAPITALS)
For a see-saw to balance, the anti-clockwise _______ must equal the ________ moment. A moment is another word for a turning effect. A see-saw is like a lever, turning around a ______, also called a fulcrum. A lever is a simple _______, which amplifies the ______ force