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Chapter # 3:
Encircle the true answer:
1. A force may always cause a body to move.
a) Yes b) no c) may or may not be. d) none
2. may force needed to stop the body.
a) Yes b) not c) may or may not. d) none
3. Galileo said that it is difficult to move the heavier body because of:
a) Momentum b) inertia c) both a and b d) none
4. Which of the following has greater momentum?
a) Stationary gun b) an aunt c) Moving bullet d) all of these
5. If two bodies of same masses M1 and M2 but different velocities which of
these has greater momentum.
a) M1 b) M2
b) Which has greater velocity d) which has greater mass
6. Unit of momentum is:
a) Kgms-1 b) Ns c) Kgms-2 d) both a and b
7. If we neglect friction, gravity and other resistive forces, body will move
continuously, described by which law:
a) Law of inertia c) 2nd law of motion
b) 3rd law of motion d) none
8. When a bus takes a sharp turn, passengers fall in the outward direction, it is
due to:
a) Momentum c) inertia only
b) Speed d) both a and c
9. If a mass of M is measured on the earth, then taken to the Mars, its new
mass will be:
a) M/2 c) both a and b
b) M/4 d) none
10. Mass can be measured by spring balance as well as standard masses:
a) Yes, it is true c) no, it is not true
b) Yes, it is not true d) no it is true
11. If a weight of W is measured on the earth, then taken to the Jupiter, its new
weight will be:
a) W/2 c) W/4
b) Depends on size of planet d) depends on shape of planet
12. If a book applied a force on the table and table applied a force, what is
action and reaction in this case:
a) Action= by book c) action= not possible
Reaction= not possible reaction= by book only
b) Action = by book d) none
Reaction = by table
13. On Atwood machine, over the pulley one block of mass m is moving
downward then the net force equation will be:
a) Mg-T=ma c) mg-T=ma
b) T-mg=ma d) none
14. If a block is horizontally tying on the table and moving to right side then the
net force equation will be:
a) -mg+R+T=ma c) both
b) T=ma d) none
15. The product of force and time is equal to:
a) Acceration c) momentum
b) Velocity d) change of momentum
16. µ is a sign of coefficient of friction which is:
a) Variable (vary from place to place)
b) Constant (can’t be change)
c) Sometimes vary, sometimes constant
d) All of these
17. In which case we need less friction:
a) Rolling b) sliding c) rubbering d) all of these
18. Threading on tyres as well as shoes are made:
a) To increase friction c) To decrease friction
b) To make design only d) To form comfortable

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