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A substance that has two or more minerals in it is known as a:
a) rock b) mineral c) hematite d) gold
If entering a rocks and minerals store, and the clerk says an item is made of one substance, it must be a:
a) mineral b) rock c) hematite d) gold
Newton's First Law states that
a) an object at rest stays at rest; an object in motion stays in motion--unless an outside force acts. b) acceleration is due to the mass of an object and the force applied to it. c) for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. d) apples are tasty.
Newton's Second Law states that
a) acceleration is due to the mass of an object and the force applied to it. b) an object at rest stays at rest; an object in motion stays in motion--unless an outside force acts c) for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. d) apples are tasty.
Newton's Third Law states that
a) for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. b) acceleration is due to the mass of an object and the force applied to it. c) an object at rest stays at rest; an object in motion stays in motion--unless an outside force acts d) apples are tasty.
If a car moves 3 cm, 3 cm, and 9 cm, what is the average movement?
a) 5 cm b) 9 cm c) 3 cm d) 15 cm
If a car moves 2 cm, 3cm, 4cm, and 11cm, what is the average movement?
a) 5 cm b) 2 cm c) 11 cm d) 20 cm
A soccer ball kicked towards the goal and bouncing back from hitting the goal post is:
a) an example of Newton's Third Law. b) an example of Newton's Second Law. c) an example of Newton's First Law. d) an example of Newton's Fourth Law.
A quarterback dropping back to throw a pass with significant force, resulting in a lot of acceleration is:
a) an example of Newton's Second Law. b) an example of Newton's Third Law. c) an example of Newton's First Law. d) an example of Newton's Fourth Law.
A sprinter waiting to hear the start signal is at rest; once the signal sounds they are moving quickly. This is
a) an example of Newton's First Law. b) an example of Newton's Second Law. c) an example of Newton's Third Law. d) an example of Newton's Fourth Law.
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