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"An object art rest will say at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion until acted upon by an outside force." This is which Law of Motion?
a) 1st
b) 2nd
c) 3rd
d) None

Which is NOT a simple machine?
a) pulley
b) inclined plane
c) wedge
d) hammer

"For every action there is an equal, and opposite reaction." Which Law of Motion is this?
a) 1st
b) 2nd
c) 3rd
d) None

What is the force that slows down motion?
a) Gravity
b) Inertia
c) Friction
d) Newton

"Force = mass x acceleration. Objects with more mass need more force to move a greater distance; objects with less mass require less force." Which Law of Motion is this?
a) 1st
b) 2nd
c) 3rd
d) None

A pulley changes...
a) the direction of the force on an object.
b) the amount of force used.
c) distance you move.
d) the work done.

If Mrs. Allen's class and Mr. Snedeker's class are playing tug of war, and Mrs. Allen's class pulls with a force of 200 Newtons, what does Mr. Snedeker's class have to do to win?
a) Pull with a force of 250 Newtons
b) Pull with a force of less than 200 Newtons
c) Pull with the same force
d) Push with force.

Which is the correctly written hypothesis for an experiment that has us testing floor types (carpet, tile, wood) and the distance a car will travel?
a) If I push a car on the carpet (IV), then it will go further (DV) than on the wood or tile.
b) If I push a car on the carpet, then it will go further than on the wood or tile.
c) If I test floor types when I push a car (IV), then the car will use more force (DV) on the carpet.
d) If I use a tile floor, then the car will use less force (DV) then on the wood or tile.

Which Law of Motion describes why you should wear a seatbelt in the car?
a) 1st
b) 2nd
c) 3rd
d) Friction

Which Law of Motion describes why a golf ball flies further than a soccer ball when hit with the same force?
a) 1st
b) 2nd
c) 3rd
d) friction

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