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Friction, Drag and Centripetal Force Questions and Answers : MCQ Quiz 1

MCQ 1:

At certain speed of object, drag force of resistance will equal to the gravitational pull on the object, at this point the object ceases to accelerate and continues falling at a constant speed, called

1. terminal speed
2. drag speed
3. angular speed
4. centripetal speed
MCQ 2:

Frictional force that opposes the motion of object is called

1. dynamic frictional force
2. static frictional force
3. kinetic frictional force
4. normal force
MCQ 3:

Friction that exists between a stationary object and the surface on which it is resting is

1. dynamic frictional force
2. static frictional force
3. kinetic frictional force
4. normal force
MCQ 4:

Terminal speed of rain drop is about

1. 145 m/s
2. 42 m/s
3. 7 m/s
4. 2 m/s
MCQ 5:

Anything that can flow is

1. liquid
2. gas