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The amount of inertia an object has depends on its...
a) shape b) mass c) location d) speed
Inertia is...
a) a force b) the amount of matter inside an object c) a change in the speed of an object d) the tendency of an object to resist change
What is a force?
a) the tendency of an object to resist change b) something caused when two object rub against each other c) a push or a pull d) the amount of matter inside an object
Acceleration refers to...
a) a change in the speed of an object b) a change in the shape of the object c) a change in the size of the object d) a change in the mass of an object
Newton\'s 1st Law states that...
a) An object in motion will stay in motion, and an object at rest will stay at rest b) Objects will stay in motion, or at rest, unless some force causes them to change c) Force = mass x acceleration d) For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
The amount of inertia an object has depends on...
a) its speed b) friction c) its location d) its mass
A force caused when two things rub against each other is called...
a) friction b) mass c) inertia d) gravity
Newton\'s 2nd Law states that...
a) An object at rest will stay at rest b) For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction c) The acceleration of an object depends on its mass, and the amount of force acting on it d) All objects resist change
Mass refers to...
a) how big an object is b) the amount of matter inside an object c) the amount of weight an object can hold d) an object's acceleration
Newton\'s3rd Law states that...
a) The acceleration of an object depends on its mass, and the amount of force acting on it b) For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction c) An object at rest will stay at rest d) All objects resist change
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