The normal reaction is always equal to? (A) Weight (B) Tension (C) Both (D) None of these
I believe the answer is
Since a particular situation is not provided and the magnitude of the normal force (reaction) is circumstantial, you cannot say that it is always equal to any of the options provided.
For example, imagine that you have an object at rest on a horizontal surface, with
As for tension, simply saying "tension" is very nonspecific. For example, suppose an object is at rest on a horizontal surface with a rope attached to its side, which is being pulled such that there is tension