A-Force is that external agent that either produces or stops the motion and changes the direction or shape and size of the object on which it acts. There are several types of forces like gravitational, magnetic, frictional, etc. This quiz will test your knowledge about the different types of forces and their nature.
State of matter
Energy
Direction
Push or pull
Equal to zero
Gravity, friction, balanced
Balanced, unbalanced, gravity
Contact, gravity, balanced
Unbalanced, balanced, friction
Contact, gravity, friction
The attraction between a person and a planet
Force of a table pushing up on a book
Steve slapping the table
Victoria ice skating
A basketball rolling across the ground
The attraction of the moon to the earth
Rubbing your hands together
Steam from a hot beverage
Sean pushing against a wall
Ice melting
Only an upward force
A vector
Friction
Motion
A balanced force
Newton's first law
Newton's second law
Newton's third law
Inertia
Acceleration
Newton's first law
Newton's second law
Newton's third law
Centripetal force
Inertia
Newton's first law
Newton's second law
Newton's third law
Inertia
Centripetal
One shopping cart is full the other is empty.
The person pushing one cart is larger than the other.
One is pink.
One is at a higher elevation
2 N
0.5 N
2 kg /s2
18 kg
18 N
0.2 N
0.2 m/s
0.2 m/s2
0.2 kg
0.2 Nm/s
0.5 N m/s2
0.5 kg
2 N m/s2
2 kg
32 kg
The batter
The force of friction
The force of gravity
The force of inertia
The contact force
The force of friction
A contact force
An unbalanced force
A balanced force
A centripetal force
Obstical
Adversion
Equal
Opposite
Acceleration
It's wings
The air
Sound
Light
Fire
0 N
5 N
10 N
50 N
250 N
Balanced force
Unbalanced force
Newton's first law
Newton's second law
Newton's third law
Balanced force
Unbalanced force
Newton's first law
Newton's second law
Newton's third law
Mass and momentum
Mass and speed
Mass and acceleration
Mass and velocity
Mass and force
Friction
Conservation of momentum
The force of gravity
Newton's second law of motion
The collision matrix
Increase force
Decrease force
Increase mass
Increase inertia
Kilograms
Meters
Newtons
Seconds
Equal in size and direction
Equal in size and opposite in direction
Different in size but in the same direction
Different in size and in direction