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Ten Different Types of Forces

by J. T. Barett
In physics, forces influence objects, causing their motion to change. Contact forces require objects to touch, such as when the tip of a pool stick nudges a cue ball. Noncontact forces, such as magnetism, affect objects without touching. Physicists have found four fundamental forces in nature; other...

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