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Apply Your Physics Knowledge

Answer questions from your warehouse of knowledge ranging from Newton to Galileo to black holes.


 

Quiz ID:#2869
Fun:*** (2.52)
Difficulty:** (1.81)
Category:Science > Physics
Created By:liser*us*****

 

 

 



#1   Which of the following of Newton's three laws of motion explain why you need to wear a seat belt?





#2   Name one of the four Galilean moons.

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#3   What is commonly believed to exist at the center of an event horizon?







#4   The Archer fish in the Orient lines up its sight with its prey by positioning itself directly underneath its prey. It then shoots water up at the insect nestled on a branch above the water and knocks it down. This fish is not hindered by refraction.




#5   Which of the following is an example of time dilation?






#6   Energy and mass are equivalent and transmutable. What is the equation assosciated with this?







#7   The Earth's axis of rotation slowly changes with respect to the axis of the solar system. It comes back to its original position approximately every 26,000 years. What is this called?







#8   Name one of the three types of neutrinos.

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#9   Passive intermodulation is a form of signal distortion that happens whenever signals at two or more frequencies conduct at the same time in a passive device which contains some non-linear response.




#10   Which of the following is an example of a Mobius loop?







 

 


   



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