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What force is responsible for the repulsion between two positively-charged particles? A. centripetal B. electric C. gravitational D. nuclear
Weegy: B. electric force is responsible for the repulsion between two positively-charged particles User: What kind of friction occurs as a fish swims through water? A. fluid B. rolling C. sliding D. static User: When opposite poles of two magnets are brought together, the poles A. attract each other. B. repel each other. C. cancel each other. D. cause a net force of zero. User: The forces acting on a falling leaf are A. air resistance and fluid friction. B. gravity and air resistance. C. gravity and static friction. D. weight and rolling friction. Weegy: The forces acting on a falling leaf are : B. gravity and air resistance. User: When an unbalanced force acts on an object, A. the object’s motion does not change. B. the object accelerates. C. the weight of the object decreases. D. the inertia of the object increases. Weegy: 2. the object accelerates. The object will accelerate in the direction of the force vector. User: Which of the following universal forces is the weakest? A. electric B. gravitational C. magnetic D. strong nuclear Weegy: B. gravitational is the weakest universal forces. User: In which of the following are action and reaction forces involved? A. when a tennis racket strikes a tennis ball B. when stepping from a curb C. when rowing a boat D. all of the above Weegy: D-all of the above User: If a force of 12 N is applied to an object with a mass of 2 kg, the object will accelerate at A. 0.17 m/s2. B. 24 m/s2. C. 6 m/s2. D. 12 m/s2. (More)
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Your weight equals your A. mass. B. mass divided by the net force acting on you. C. mass times the acceleration due to gravity. D. mass times your speed.
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Newton’s third law of motion describes A. action and reaction forces. B. balanced forces. C. centripetal forces. D. net force. User: The acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Mars is about one third the acceleration due to gravity on Earth’s surface. The weight of a space probe on the surface of Mars is about A. nine times greater than its weight on Earth’s surface. B. three times greater than its weight on Earth’s surface. C. one third its weight on ...
Weegy: C. one third its weight on Earth???s surface. User: When a pair of balanced forces acts on an object, the net force that results is A. greater in size than both forces combined. B. greater in size than one of the forces. C. equal in size to one of the forces. D. equal to zero. Weegy: The net force that results is D. equal to zero. User: What kind of friction occurs as a fish swims through water? A. fluid B. rolling C. sliding D. static Weegy: C. Sliding occurs as fish swim through water. (More)
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What kind of friction occurs as a fish swims through water? A. fluid B. rolling C. sliding D. static
Weegy: The kind of friction that occurs as fish swim through water is C. sliding User: Figure 9 on page 362 shows various motions of balls. The curved path followed by the yellow ball B in picture B is an example of ____. A. centripetal motion. B. constant motion. C. linear motion. D. projectile motion. Weegy: The curved path followed by the yellow ball B in picture B is an example of D. projectile motion User: Your weight equals your A. mass. B. mass divided by the net force acting on you. C. mass times the acceleration due to gravity. D. mass times your speed. Weegy: Your weight equals C. mass times the accerelation due to gravity. (More)
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