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When forces act in opposite directions they are called:
a) opposing forces b) same forces c) equal forces d) net forces
All forces on an object can be added together to give the:
a) net force b) opposite force c) unbalanced force d) balanced force
An object's weight equals its mass times:
a) gravity b) net force c) air resistance d) volume
An object weighs less on the moon because:
a) the moon's gravitational force is less b) the moon's gravitational force is greater c) the moon doesn't have gravity d) there is no atmosphere on the moon
When the distance between two objects increases, the gravitational force between them:
a) decreases b) increases c) stays the same d) disappears
When the masses of two objects increase, the gravitational force between them:
a) increases b) decreases c) stays the same d) disappears
A diver slows down in the water due to:
a) fluid friction b) air resistance c) rolling friction d) sliding friction
When an object moves only under the force of gravity, the object experiences:
a) free fall b) fluid friction c) sliding friction d) rolling friction
According to Newton's second law, force equals mass times:
a) acceleration b) velocity c) speed d) direction
An unbalanced force acting on an object will cause the object:
a) to move b) to stay put c) to release energy d) to melt
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