What Causes Motion? The Meaning of Force

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1. What effects does a screwdriver cause on a screw if it is moving as shown in the figure? 1. Rotational and twisting effect
2. Stretching and bending effect
3. Rotational and compressing effect
4. Compressing and bending effect

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?

1. 90 N
2. 5 N
3. 0 N
4. 22 N

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?

1. 4 N
2. 4√2 N
3. 3.14 N
4. 3 N

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