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Forces and Interactions



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Welcome to the course: Forces and Interactions (Junior Science 101).

A force can be defined as a push or a pull. When an object pushes or pulls on another object, the first object exerts a force on the second object. We cannot see the force, but we can see or feel the effects of a force when it is applied to other objects. Do you know what those effects are?

We will learn the four types of forces in this course:

  • Magnetic force
  • Gravitational force
  • Elastic spring force
  • Frictional force

We will learn to:

  • Describe what force is and the effects of a force
  • Describe the four types of forces

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 Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)

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Offered by: Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)
academics, academic-bridging, science, magnets, forces, magnetic, gravitational, gravity, elastic, frictional, friction, primary, lower-primary, upper-primary, secondary, lower-secondary, upper-secondary, basic

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