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When a bicycle is in motion, the force of friction excreted by the ground on the two wheels is such thai it acts
(I) In the backward direction on the front wheel and in the forward direction on the rear wheel
(2) In the forward direction on the front wheel and in the backward direction on the rear wheel
(3) In the backward direction on bodi the front and the rear wheels
(4) In the kwward direction on both the front and the rear whccls
i pertinacity inelastic collision, the two bodies
(I) strike and explode (2) explode without striking
(3) implode and explode (4) combine and moie together
Cladding in the optical fiber is mainly used to
(I) to protect the fiber from mechanical sIti.S.SCS
(2) to protect the fiber from corrosion
(3) to protect ihc fiber from niechanical srenglh
(4) to protect the fiber from eleciromagnelk guidance
Hydrogen bonding in water molecule is responsible for
(1) dixreusc in iL% frcczing point (2) increasc in its degree of ionition
(3) increase in its boiling point (4) decrease in its boiling point
molecule, the bonding between hydrogen and chlorine is
(I) purdycovakni (2) purely ionic (3) polar covaleni (4) compkx coordinate
Potassium metal and potassium ions
(I) both react with water (2) hac the same number of protons
(3) both react with chlorine gas (4) have the same electronic configuration