Basic Science JSS1 Third Term
The student should be able to:
- Explain the meaning of Forces
- Identify contact and non-contact forces
Types of Forces
1. Contact force: This happens when two objects are physically in contact with one another, like lifting a bucket of water, examples are frictional force, spring force, applied force, etc.
2. Non-contact force: This happens when two objects are NOT in physical contact with one another, like two magnets, examples of non-contact force are gravitational force, nuclear force, magnetic force, etc.
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