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Assuming 1 kg =1,000 g, a 5 kg object has less inertia than an object with a mass of __
a) 6, 000 g b) 4 kg c) 2 kg d) 1, 500 kg
What is true when all objects collide?
a) the total momentum does not change b) the velocity of each object does not change c) the objects always stick together d) the objects always bounce off each other
Why does a crumpled piece of paper land before a flat sheet of paper?
a) There is more air resistance on the flat paper b) Gravity exerts more force on the crumpled piece of paper c) The crumpled paper is heavier d) The crumpled paper is lighter
Which cart will accelerate the least?
a) A full cart pushed with a light force b) An empty cart pushed with a hard force c) A full cart pushed with a hard force d) An empty cart pushed with a light force
A cue ball rolls toward a billard ball with a velocity of 1.0 m/s east. Both balls have identical masses. What happens to momentum after the two balls collide?
a) It is equal to the momentum before the collision b) It is greater than the original momentum of the cue ball c) It is equal to zero d) It is less than the original momentum of the cue ball
What must you jbow to find the momentum of an object?
a) Mass and velocity b) Mass and acceleration c) Velocity and time d) Acceleration and force
If three balls of steel, rubber, and plastic were dropped at the same time from the same height, which would hit the ground first? (assume there is no air resistance)
a) All would hit at the same time b) The rubber ball would hit first c) The steel ball would hit first d) The plastic ball would hit first
Without any force to change it, an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion according to
a) Newton's First Law of Motion b) Newton's Second Law of Motion c) Newton's Third Law of Motion d) Sr. Cherree
Acceleration is caused by a force acting on a mass according to
a) Newton's Second Law of Motion b) Newton's Third Law of Motion c) Newton's First Law of Motion d) Mrs. Nelson
For a force on an object, there is a equal and opposite force according to
a) Newton's Third Law of Motion b) Newton's Second Law of Motion c) Newton's First Law of Motion d) Mrs. Howell
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