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MONTHLY TEST Write Down Your Name and Your Class
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No 1 Write down 4 effects of force Back
No 2 Write down 3 kinds of contact force Back
No 3 Write down 3 kinds of non- contact force Back
No 4 Write down 2 examples of the application of The Newton’s 1 st Law Back
No 5 Write down 2 examples of the application of The Newton’s 2 nd Law Back
No 6 Write down 2 examples of the application of The Newton’s 3 rd Law Back
No 7 A train of mass 800.000 kg is slowing down. What deceleration is produced if the braking force is 1.400.000 N? Back
No 8 Find the resultant of force 45 o Back 35 N
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