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According to Newtons Second Law of Motion:
a) Objects in motion stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. b) Objects at rest stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. c) Force is a product of mass and acceleration. d) Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
Newtons First Law of Motion explains that:
a) Objects in motion stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. b) Objects at rest stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. c) Inertia prevents objects from changing their motion. d) All of the answers are true!
What is the difference between speed and velocity?
a) Speed gives direction, and velocity does not. b) Velocity gives direction, and speed does not. c) Speed tends to be greater that velocity. d) There is no difference.
According to Newtons Third Law of Motion:
a) Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. b) Force is a product of mass and acceleration. c) Objects at rest stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. d) Objects in motion stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
Momentum is equal to:
a) mass x acceleration b) mass x velocity c) mass / acceleration d) mass / velocity
Acceleration is:
a) the rate of change in speed of an object. b) the rate with which object slows down. c) the force required to move an object at rest. d) the rate with which an object speeds up.
Inertia is defined as:
a) resistance to change in force. b) resistance to change in momentum. c) resistance to change in motion. d) resistance to stop.
Speed is calculated by:
a) distance x time b) distance / time c) time / distance d) distance / time / time
Acceleration is calculated by:
a) subtracting Initial Speed from Final Speed and dividing by time. b) subtracting Final Speed from Initial Speed and dividing by time. c) dividing speed by time. d) dividing time by speed.
Kinetic and Potential Energy are different because:
a) Kinetic Energy can be lost but Potential Energy cannot. b) Kinetic Energy is the energy of motion, while Potential Energy is stored energy. c) Kinetic Energy is stored energy, while Potential Energy is the energy of motion. d) None of the above are correct.
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