Physics Quiz on Gravitational Force
Gravity is an enthralling subject that explains a great deal. Everything from how our planet stays in orbit to why objects fall down is explained.
Complete this quiz to become a pro at topics related to gravity and gravitational force!
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What does Newton’s law of gravitation state?CorrectIncorrect
According to Newton’s law of gravitation, what is the force inversely proportional to?CorrectIncorrect
What is the value of G?CorrectIncorrect
The weight of an object on the Moon is how many times the weight on Earth.CorrectIncorrect
Cube of a mean distance of a planet from the sun is directly proportional to which quantity?CorrectIncorrect
What is the value of the mass of the earth (M)?CorrectIncorrect
What is relative density?CorrectIncorrect
Which sign convention is correct?CorrectIncorrect
In a circular motion, what force is experienced towards the centre of the circle?CorrectIncorrect
Acceleration due to gravity is constant at which value?CorrectIncorrect
In acceleration due to gravity, the value of g keeps changing due to which characteristic?CorrectIncorrect
F=G (Mm/r^2). Which is the universal gravitational constant?CorrectIncorrect
What is the value of the acceleration due to gravity on Earth?CorrectIncorrect
Which among the following is not a characteristic of Mass?CorrectIncorrect
What is the upward force possessed by a liquid on an object that’s immersed in called?CorrectIncorrect
If the mass is more, how will the acceleration change?CorrectIncorrect
F= (G m1 m2)/r^2. For this formula which of the following statement is true.CorrectIncorrect
According to the Universal law of gravitation, if r is reduced to half, how will the F change?CorrectIncorrect
What is the gravitational force between an object and the earth called?CorrectIncorrect
Why does an object sink in water?CorrectIncorrect
A falling apple is what helped in the discovery of gravity. But gravity is just not about that one falling apple. We hope that this quiz helped you excel in your knowledge of gravity!
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