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Who Wants To Be A Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Millionaire? Year 3 Forces Edition
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Question 1
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Which of these is not a force? A gravity B weight C temperature D friction
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Which of these is not a force? A gravity B weight C temperature D friction
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£100
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Question 2
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Force is measured in A grams B kilograms C o C D newtons
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Force is measured in A grams B kilograms C o C D newtons
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£200
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Question 3
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Gravity of a floating object is balanced by A upthrust B friction C air resistance D downward force
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Gravity of a floating object is balanced by A upthrust B friction C air resistance D downward force
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£300
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Question 4
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A force is measured using a A thermometer B newtonmeter C ammeter D barometer
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A force is measured using a A thermometer B newtonmeter C ammeter D barometer
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£500
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Question 5
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The end of a magnet is called A a spike B a rod C a point D a pole
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The end of a magnet is called A a spike B a rod C a point D a pole
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£1,000
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