PASS PHYS 1420 Winter 2016 Mock Test 3.docx

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PASS PHYS 1420 MOCK TEST 3 FALL 2015 – WINTER 2016 Weekly sessions held on Wednesday 12-1:30 in BC 202 PASS Leader: Daniel Ng Please note: Do not substitute this mock test for studying. The questions included are only examples of what may appear on the midterm and are not necessarily representative of the degree of difficulty. This test is copyright of the PASS program at Bethune College. For more information visit and join the Facebook group
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1.Which of the following is FALSE when comparing gravitational force to electricforce. a)Both forces are only attractiveb)A single electron placed in an electric field experiences both gravitational force and electric forcec)Two point charges do not have to be physically touching to experience both gravitational force and electric forced)Objects moved in the opposite direction of either force gains potential energy
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  • Electric charge, Daniel Ng

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