Newton's Third law of Motion
 1) If the action is of 5 N, then the reaction will be: 5 N in the same direction. 5 N in the opposite direction. 10 N in the same direction. 10 N in the opposite direction.

 2) How do action and reaction act on a body? The same body in the same direction. The same body in an opposite direction. Different bodies in same direction. Different bodies in opposite directions.

 3) Rockets work on the principle of which of Newton’s Laws? Third Law of Motion Second Law of Motion First Law of Motion None of these.

 4) If a man jumps out of a boat, in what direction does the boat move? Forward. Backwards. Sideways. Downwards.

 5) While flying, in which direction do the birds push the air? Forward. Backwards. Sidewise. Downwards.

 6) The Law of Conservation of Momentum is related to which of the following? Newton’s First Law Newton’s Second Law Newton’s Third Law Impulse of Force

 7) How do the forces of action and reaction, referred to in Newton’s Third Law, act on objects? They must act on the same object. They must act on different objects. They may act on different objects. They need not be equal in magnitude, but must have the same direction.

 8) A man is standing in a boat in still water. If, while standing in the boat, he tries to walk towards the shore, what will the boat do? Remain stationary. Sink. Move towards the shore. Move away from the shore.

 9) When we kick a stone, we get hurt. Due to which one of the following properties of the stone does it happen? Velocity Momentum Inertia Reaction

 10) What would happen if action and reaction were to act on the same body? The resultant would be zero. The body would not move at all. Both (a) and (b) are correct. Neither (a) nor (b) is correct.

 11) What is the principle involved in the working of a jet plane? Newton’s First Law Newton’s Second Law Newton’s Third Law Impulse of Force

 12) What is the total momentum of a bullet and a gun before firing? 0 1 >1

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Nedungadi P., Raman R. & McGregor M. (2013, October). Enhanced STEM learning with Online Labs: Empirical study comparing physical labs, tablets and desktops. In Frontiers in Education Conference, 2013 IEEE (pp. 1585-1590). IEEE.

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