what are the examples of muscular, friction, magnetic, electrostatic, gravitational force and pressure.

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All that we do using our body is actually done with the help of muscular force. Example: walking, talking, pushing, pulling etc.

Frictional force is the opposing force acting between surfaces that are either in the verge of relative motion or they are in relative motion. Example: Frictional force is responsible for stopping a ball when you push it to move on a horizontal surface.

Magnetic force is the force acting between two magnetic poles. It can be attractive (between opposite poles) and repulsive (between similar poles). Example: The north of a magnetic needle always points towards the geographic north of the earth because of magnetic force of the earth.

Electrostatic force or Coulomb’s force is the force acting between two charges. Force between similar natures (same sign) will always be repulsive, while the force between two unlike charges (opposite sign) will always be attractive. Example: The electrons of an atom are bounded to its nucleus because of the electrostatic force of attraction between the electrons and the positive nucleus.

Gravitational force is the force acting between two masses. It is always attractive. Example: Gravitational force responsible for keeping the moon on its orbit around the earth.

Pressure is the force acting per unit area on a surface. Example: The atmospheric pressure is the force of air due its weight acting per unit area of the earth’s surface.

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hiiiiiii yagnavalli,

examples of muscular force- pulling a chair with our hands.

frictional- a moving ball stops automatically due force of friction.

magnetic- iron is attracted  by a magnet due to magnetic force.

electrostatic- a plastic scale when rubbed wid ur dry hair attracts small pieces of paper due to elec. force.

gravitational- u r able to stand on ur floor due to gravitational force.

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wow thanks soumyasikha!!

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examples of muscular force- pulling a chair with our hands.

frictional- a moving ball stops automatically due force of friction.

magnetic- iron is attracted  by a magnet due to magnetic force.

electrostatic- a plastic scale when rubbed wid ur dry hair attracts small pieces of paper due to elec. force.

gravitational- u r able to stand on ur floor due to gravitational force.

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All that we do using our body is actually done with the help of muscular force. Example: walking, talking, pushing, pulling etc.

Frictional force is the opposing force acting between surfaces that are either in the verge of relative motion or they are in relative motion. Example: Frictional force is responsible for stopping a ball when you push it to move on a horizontal surface.

Magnetic force is the force acting between two magnetic poles. It can be attractive (between opposite poles) and repulsive (between similar poles). Example: The north of a magnetic needle always points towards the geographic north of the earth because of magnetic force of the earth.

Electrostatic force or Coulomb’s force is the force acting between two charges. Force between similar natures (same sign) will always be repulsive, while the force between two unlike charges (opposite sign) will always be attractive. Example: The electrons of an atom are bounded to its nucleus because of the electrostatic force of attraction between the electrons and the positive nucleus.

Gravitational force is the force acting between two masses. It is always attractive. Example: Gravitational force responsible for keeping the moon on its orbit around the earth.

Pressure is the force acting per unit area on a surface. Example: The atmospheric pressure is the force of air due its weight acting per unit area of the earth’s surface.

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