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____________ is a force that attracts all matter to each other
a) friction b) magnetism c) gravity d) weight
When the only force affecting an object is gravity, that object is in
a) free-fall b) gravity c) orbit d) motion
If one object acquires more mass, will the gravitational attraction increase or decrease?
a) increase b) c) d) decrease
If one object moves farther from a second object, will the gravitational attraction increase or decrease?
a) increase b) c) d) decrease
True/False: Gravitational force is stronger between objects with more mass
a) true b) c) d) false
If the earth disappeared, what would happen to the moon and all other objects orbiting earth?
a) they would collide with mars b) they would orbit each other c) they would orbit the sun d) they would fly away
True/False: if an orange and a feather are dropped from the same height at the same time on earth, they will both hit the ground at the same time
a) true b) c) d) false
What is the formula to determine force?
a) F=mv b) F=mt c) F=ma d) F=mN
What two factors determine gravitational attraction
a) mass and speed b) speed and direction c) mass and volume d) mass and distance
What does the law of universal gravitation state?
a) All objects have gravity b) All objects attract each other through gravitational force c) All objects have a mass which changes force d) All objects attract each other through magnetic force
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