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A car slips on a wet road because

a) Water increases the friction between the road and the tyres.
b) Brakes can be applied on a wet road.
c) The friction between the brakes shoes and the wheels is reduced.
d) Water reduces the friction between the road and the tyres.

Force exerted during the digestion of food in alimentary canal is

a) Muscular force.
b) Electrostatic force.
c) Magnetic force.
d) Gravitational force.

The force exerted on the block of wood to push it on the floor is the/an

a) Muscular force.
b) Magnetic force.
c) Gravitational force.
d) Electrostatic force.

a) Force.
b) Volume.
c) Thickness.
d) Area.

Two bodies in the universe attract each other by a force called

a) Contact force.
b) Gravitational force.
c) Muscular force.
d) Frictional force.

The weight of a body is due to

a) Magnetic force.
b) Electrostatic force.
c) Gravitational force.
d) Frictional force.

The boiling point of a liquid increases due to

a) Increase in pressure.
b) Decrease in pressure.
c) Increase in volume.
d) Decrease in volume.

a) Volume.
b) Weight.
c) Temperature.
d) Area.

A camel is able to walk on sand because

a) It has flat broad feet.
b) It has round broad feet.
c) It has flat narrow feet.
d) It has round narrow feet.

a) 520 mm
b) 25 mm
c) 740 mm
d) 760 mm

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