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Newton's first law of motion is often called the law of
a) inertia b) resting objects c) f=ma d) action-reaction forces
An object will not change its velocity unless acted on by an unbalanced force is known as the
a) First Law of Motion b) Second Law of Motion c) Third Law of Motion d) Law of Gravitational forces
The tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion is known as
a) weight b) friction c) gravity d) inertia
A push or pull is known as a(n)
a) inertia b) weight c) force d) gravity
When forces are equal in size and opposite in direction we say that they are
a) unbalanced forces b) balanced forces c) net forces d) motion forces
Which of the following statements is NOT true?
a) Unbalanced forces are when the net force is not zero. b) Net forces are the combination of two or more forces acting on one object at the same time. c) A change in position or velocity will occur when forces are balanced. d) Balanced forces will result in no change in position or velocity.
What is the net force on an object that is pulled to the left with a force of 8N and to the right with a force of 6N?
a) To the left with 8N of force. b) To the right with 6N of force. c) To the left with 2N of force. d) To the left with 14N of force.
What is the net force on an object that is pushed to the left with 6N of force by one person then to the left with 3N of force by another?
a) 9N to the left b) 3N to the left c) 6N to the left d) 3N to the right
Which of the following scenarios will result in zero net force, or no motion?
a) 14N toward the left on an object and 10N toward the right on the same object. b) 14N toward the left on an object and 14N toward the right on the same object. c) 14N toward the left on an object, and another force of 8N to the left on the same object. d) 0N to the left on an object and another 8N of force to the right on the same object.
Newton's second law of motion is known as
a) The Law of Inertia b) F=ma c) Action-Reaction Forces d) The Law of Weight
Which of the following has the measurement matched with an INCORRECT unit?
a) mass = grams b) velocity = m/s + direction c) force = kg x m/s d) force = newtons
Which of the following statements is NOT true when discussing Newton's Second Law of Motion?
a) If two objects have the same mass, and are pushed with the same force, then they will have equal accelerations. b) If two objects have the same mass, and one is pushed with a larger force, then it will have a higher acceleration c) If you apply equal force to a heavier and a lighter object, then the lighter object will have a higher acceleration d) If you apply equal force to a heavier and a lighter object, then the heavier object will have more acceleration.
What is the force applied to a 22kg box that is accelerating at 2.2m/s^2? (m/s^2 is meters per second squared)
a) 10 N b) 24.2 N c) 48.4 N d) 19.8 N
If 16 N of force is applied to an object with a mass of 72 kg, then what would the object's acceleration be?
a) 1152 m/s^2 b) 4.5 m/s^2 c) 0.22 m/s^2 d) 88 m/s^2
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about weight and mass?
a) Mass is constant no matter the location. b) Weight changes with the gravitational pull. c) Weight is measured in Newtons. d) Weight and mass are the same thing.
To calculate the weight of an object you:
a) take the mass in grams and multiply it by 9.8m/s^2 which is the acceleration due to gravity. b) take mass times the velocity. c) use the same number that you found to be the mass of the object. d) take the mass in kilograms and multiply it by 9.8m/s^2 which is the acceleration due to gravity.
The ____ Law states that forces occur in pairs that are equal in size and opposite in direction.
a) First b) Third c) Second d) Fourth
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