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A push or a pull that always acts on an object
a) Force b) Acceleration c) Friction d) Mass
A change in a moving objects speed or direction
a) Acceleration b) Mass c) Force d) Friction
A force that always acts to oppose motion
a) Mass b) Force c) Friction d) Acceleration
A measure that does not change when an objects location changes
a) Friction b) Acceleration c) Mass d) Force
The measure of gravitational force on an object
a) Gravitational Force b) Weight c) Density d) Velocity
Change in distance over change in time in a certain direction
a) Density b) Gravity c) Weight d) Velocity
The force of attraction between two objects with mass
a) weight b) Density c) Velocity d) Gravity
What is an object that appears to stay in place that helps you detect motion in another object?
a) Newton b) Lubricant c) Black hole d) Reference point
Which is an example of friction that is helpful?
a) Car engine parts wearing out b) Holes developing in your socks c) Tires moving a car forward on a road d) The erosion of soil by wind
To calculate an objects acceleration, you need to know
a) Distance traveled and speed b) Starting point, endpoint, and the object’s mass. c) Starting velocity, final velocity, and time it takes to change velocity d) Average speed and distance
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