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In a vacuum or space an object can have
a) free fall b) gravity c) weight d)
A cart that is filled and given a light force will accelerate the
a) most least b) least c) the same as a less cart will a hard force d)
Acceleration is caused by a force acting on a mass is an example of Newton's
a) first law b) secomd law c) third law d)
An object at rest tends to stay at rest is an example of
a) free fall b) gravity c) inertia d)
Three balls of different masses are dropped at the same time from the same height, which would hit the ground first?
a) the lighest mass ball b) the heaviest mass ball c) the balls would hit the ground at the same time d)
Without any force to change it, an object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion is an example of Newton's
a) first law b) second law c) third law d)
To find momentum you need to know
a) mass and acceleration b) acceleration and force c) mass and velocity d)
When all objects collide
a) the total momentum does not change b) the velocity does not change c) the objects will stick together d)
A crumpled piece of paper before a flat sheet of paper because
a) the crumpled piece of paper is heavier b) the flat sheet of paper has more air resistance c) the crumpled piece of paper is lighter d)
When air resistance exactly matches the downward force of gravity, a falling object stops accelerating and reaches
a) terminal velocity b) free fall c) weight d)
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