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Postby Deadlock » Sun Apr 20, 2014 3:57 am

A force of 3 N and a force of 4 N acts on same object at the same time. Which of the following force can't be the resultant force on the object?
A) 0.5 N
B) 3.5 N
C) 4 N
D) 5 N
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Re: Force

Postby rmarz » Sun Apr 20, 2014 7:44 am

Deadlock - This doesn't sound like a science experiment, rather a question on a quiz. The experts are here to help understand real experiment issues. Thanks for understanding.

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Re: Force

Postby rmarz » Sun Apr 20, 2014 3:46 pm

Deadlock - Perhaps I was a bit rigid in my response, but if I just told you the answer you wouldn't have an appreciation of what the underlying science was. If you tell me what you think is the correct answer, and why you think it is correct, ill comment on it or give you the correct answer with an explanation. I think that's fair.

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