# PHYSICS 10

Quiz by Allana Columbres, updated more than 1 year ago
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## Resource summary

### Question 1

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Scalar Quantities has no direction.
• True
• False

### Question 2

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How many dynes are there in a newton?
• 10,000
• 100,000
• 1,000

### Question 3

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Vector quantities has no direction.
• True
• False

### Question 4

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Both vector and scalar quantities has magnitude.
• True
• False

### Question 5

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When is an object most stable?
• when the location of the center of gravity is near the support base
• when the center of gravity is at the center of the object

### Question 6

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When do you consider an object unstable?
• When the center of gravity is at the center of the object
• When it easily topples over
• When the center of gravity is far from the center
• When the center of gravity is lowered when given a tap.

### Question 7

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Torque is a concurrent force
• True
• False

### Question 8

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Torque isn't a force
• True
• False

### Question 9

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Define torque.
• Torque is a force that causes a rotation on objects.
• A physical quantity that causes rotation.

### Question 10

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How do you compute for the applied force (torque)
• Multiply the other two forces
• Add the other two forces

### Question 11

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What is the direction of a positive torque?
• Counterclockwise
• Clockwise

### Question 12

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What is the relationship between the radius and the torque?
• Direct Proportion
• Direct Square Proportion
• Inverse Proportion

### Question 13

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How do you compute for the amount of Torque produced by a force?

### Question 14

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Contact forces:
• Electric force
• Buoyant force
• friction
• Magnetic force
• Normal force
• Applied force
• Tension
• Force of Gravity

### Question 15

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Always directed upward:
• Electric force
• Buoyant force
• friction
• Magnetic force
• Normal force
• Applied force
• Tension
• gravity

### Question 16

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Always parallel to the surfaces in contact:
• Gravity
• Tension
• Applied force
• Normal force
• Magnetic force
• friction
• Buoyant force
• Electric force

### Question 17

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In any direction:
• Electric force
• Buoyant force
• friction
• Magnetic force
• gravity
• Tension
• Normal force
• Applied force

### Question 18

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Force of attraction between 2 objects
• Electric force
• Buoyant force
• friction
• Magnetic force
• Normal force
• Applied force
• Tension
• Gravity

### Question 19

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Always perpendicular to the stable surface.
• Gravity
• Tension
• Applied Force
• Normal force
• Magnetic force
• friction
• Buoyant force
• Electric force

### Question 20

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Objects that are in equilibrium include:
• constant speed
• constant velocity
• at rest
• constant acceleration

### Question 21

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An object having the length of 5m has its center of gravity at 3 meters. What would happen if the object was cut on its center of gravity?
• The two halves would weigh the same
• The longer one would have the greater mass
• The shorter half would have the greater mass

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