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1. What effects does a screwdriver cause on a screw if it is moving as shown in the figure?
Correct Answer: C
2. Two forces of magnitudes 45 N and 35 N respectively are acting at the same object. Which of the values below can be the resultant of the abovementioned forces?
Correct Answer: D
3. Three forces are acting at the object as shown in the figure.
What is the magnitude of the resultant force if each unit corresponds to 1N?
Correct Answer: A
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