Force and Laws of Motion - Class 9 Science CBSE ICSE
Improve your understanding of Force and Laws of Motion by practicing the below questions from class 9 Science.
What effect on a body is called a force?
The force necessary to change the momentum of an object depends on the __________ at which the momentum is changed.
Forces are used in our everyday actions like _______.
Which force acting on a body brings it in motion?
When a motor car makes a sharp turn at high speed, its passengers are ___________.
Force acting on a body is a product of its ___________.
All objects resist a change in their ___________.
What force would be needed to produce an acceleration of 4 m/s2 in a ball of mass 6 kg?
A force of 10 N gives first body with mass m1 an acceleration of 5 m per second square and second body with mass m2 an acceleration of 10 m per second square. If both masses are tied together, then its joint acceleration in terms of m per second square is _______________.
From a stationary boat when a sailor jumps out in the forward direction, the boat will ______________.
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