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The unit of force, a newton, is equal to
a) the amount of mass in an object b) mass x velocity c) kg*m/s2 d) kg*m/s
The measure of the force of gravity on an object is
a) mass b) weight c) volume d) momentum
The force of gravity is stronger if two objects are
a) closer together b) farther apart c) equal distance from each other d) distance does not affect the strength of gravity
How would your weight change on the surface of an Earth-sized planet whose mass was greater than Earth's?
a) Weight would not change b) Weight would be greater c) Weight would be less d) Only mass changes
The mass of a cheetah is 45 kg. What is the force of gravity on the cheetah?
a) 4.59 N b) 45 N c) 441 N d) 4,400 N
The mass of a bowling ball is 5.5 kg. What is the force of gravity on the bowling ball?
a) 5.5 N b) 55 N c) 54 N d) 540 N
The greatest velocity a falling object reaches is called
a) actual velocity b) terminal velocity c) free fall d) momentum
The force of attraction between two objects varies with what two factors?
a) mass and weight b) the type of object and how hard the objects are pushed together c) mass and distance d) distance and velocity
The force that pulls objects toward each other is called
a) attraction b) gravity c) friction d) balanced forces
What happens to the force of gravity if the distance between two objects increases?
a) increases b) decreases c) stays the same d) distance has no effect
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