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# Turning Effects of Forces Multiple Choice Questions Online p. 1

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## MCQs on Turning Effects of Forces Quiz

MCQ: As we have learnt that Moment of force is F × d, so the formula for weight in relevance to moment of force will be

mg × d
mg/d
mg + d
mg - d

MCQ: Reference to the ability of an object to return to its original position after it has been tilted slightly is termed as

Stability
Equilibrium
Centre of gravity
Turning effect

MCQ: Moment of a force is defined as

Product of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' moved in the direction of force
Quotient of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' moved in the direction of force
Product of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' from line of action of the force to the pivot
Quotient of the force 'F' and the perpendicular distance 'd' from line of action of the force to the pivot

MCQ: Two types of moment of force are

Clockwise and Anti-clockwise
Stable and Unstable
Neutral and charged
Forward and backward

MCQ: If we suspend the lamina at different positions, its center of gravity will still lie along the

plumb line
line of force
line of weight
gravity line    