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Question Number 1
the law that states that the total linear momentum of an isolated system remain constant in magnitude and direction
A. coulombs law
B. isaac lussacks law
C. conservation of linear momentum
D. momentum law
E. a,d
F. none of the above
Question Number 2
rate of change of accelaration
A. impulse
B. nett force
C. momentum
D. velocity
E. a,b,c
F. all of the above
Question Number 3
rate of change of accelaration
A. impulse
B. nett force
C. momentum
D. velocity
E. a,b,c
F. all of the above
Question Number 4
the tendency of an object to mantain its state or reluctance is called
A. force
B. time
C. speed
D. velocity
E. inertia
F. distance
Question Number 5
the law that states the force of attraction or repulsion between two charges at rest is directly proportional to the product of their charges and inversely proportional to the square distance between their centres
A. coulombs law
B. ohms law
C. force
D. applied force
E. b,c
F. none of the above

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