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"In order to keep a body moving in a circle, there exists a force on it that is directed toward the center of the circle. This force is known as" Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) on centripetal force with choices centrifugal force, centripetal force, gravitational force, and magnetic force for SAT test. Solve centripetal force quiz questions for merit scholarship test and certificate programs for GRE test prep classes.

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MCQ: In order to keep a body moving in a circle, there exists a force on it that is directed toward the center of the circle. This force is known as

  1. Centrifugal force
  2. Centripetal force
  3. Gravitational Force
  4. magnetic force

B

MCQ: Object moving along a circular path is

  1. in equilibrium
  2. not in equilibrium
  3. not moving with constant speed
  4. in random motion

B

MCQ: At the fairground, the force that balances out our weight is

  1. centripetal force
  2. centrifugal force
  3. friction
  4. gravitational force

C

MCQ: Speed is unchanged because work done on an object is

  1. zero
  2. positive
  3. negative
  4. infinite

A

MCQ: Our weight, as measured by the spring weighing machine is equivalent of

  1. The total gravitational force that Earth exerts on us
  2. The total centripetal force required to keep us moving on Earth's axis
  3. The total gravitational force that Earth exerts on us + The total centripetal force required to keep us moving on Earth's axis
  4. The total gravitational force that Earth exerts on us - The total centripetal force required to keep us moving on Earth's axis

D