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A naturally occurring force related to two bodies in motion is _______ force. A. gravitational B. centrifugal C. centripetal D. frictional
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User: A naturally occurring force related to two bodies in motion is _______ force. A. gravitational B. centrifugal C. centripetal D. frictional

Weegy: D. frictional
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User: The model of the universe that suggests that the sun is the center of the universe was first brought by A. Kepler. B. Ptolemy. C. Copernicus. D. Brahe.

Weegy: C. Copernicus.
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User: In a practical machine, the power output is _______ the power input. A. larger than B. smaller than C. multiplied by D. equal to

Weegy: In a practical machine, the power output is always smaller than the power input.
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Weegy: The kinetic energy of an object that has a mass of 30 kilograms and moves with a velocity of 20 m/s is C. 6,000 J
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Weegy: How much time should be allowed for a 605-mile car trip if the car will be traveling at an average speed of 55 miles per hour? B. 11 hours (605 divided by 55)
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Weegy: Metric units are based on the number 10 ... ... Meters and centimeters are units of length in the metric system. A meter is formally defined as 1 ... A B C D E F G H I J ... [ ]
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User: The ratio of output power to input power, in percent, is called A. work. B. horsepower. C. efficiency. D. conductivity.

Weegy: Asked The ratio to output power to input power and ... of output power to input power in percent is called a ... a conductivity b efficiency c work d horsepower ... [ ]
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