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1. Contact forces

The forces which come in action, when two objects come in contact with each other are called contact forces.

e.g. Muscular force and Friction are contact forces.

2. Non-Contact forces

The forces which the body exerts on another, without any contact with one another are called non-contact forces.

e.g. Electrostatic and Magnetic forces are non-contact forces. 

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1. Contact forces

The forces which come in action, when two objects come in contact with each other are called contact forces.

e.g. Muscular force and Friction are contact forces.

2. Non-Contact forces

The forces which the body exerts on another, without any contact with one another are called non-contact forces.

e.g. Electrostatic and Magnetic forces are non-contact forces. 

Answer

1. Contact forces

The forces which come in action, when two objects come in contact with each other are called contact forces.

e.g. Muscular force and Friction are contact forces.

2. Non-Contact forces

The forces which the body exerts on another, without any contact with one another are called non-contact forces.

e.g. Electrostatic and Magnetic forces are non-contact forces. 

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