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Which of the following forces is not fundamental force in nature?
The four fundamental forces in nature are as:
(i) Gravitational force
(ii) Electromagnetic force
(iii) Strong nuclear force
(iv) Weak nuclear force
Among the given forces, tension is not a fundamental force in nature.
What is the range of the gravitational force?
The range of the gravitational force is infinite.
Force of friction and tension in a string are
Force of friction and tension in a string are electromagnetic forces.
Pick out the correct statements about the strong nuclear force from the following.
S1 : It is charge independent.
S2 : It is the strongest force in nature.
S3 : Its range is very large.
S4 : It is responsible for the stability of nuclei.
The range of strong nuclear force is very small, of about nuclear dimensions (10-15 m).
Inverse square law of distance is followed by
Both gravitational and electromagnetic forces follow inverse square law of distance.