# Newton's Laws Of Motion: Question Preview (ID: 18022)

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A magician quickly pulls a tablecloth out from under dishes and the dishes remain on the table.
a) inertia
b) agent
c) balanced force
d) unbalanced force

Gravity- pulling all objects towards the Earth’s center. Magnetism- pulling magnetic materials through glass.
a) contact force
b) non contact force
c) vector
d) Newton's 3rd Law

Friction – the force between a ball the carpet that slows the ball down and eventually causes it to stop. Buoyancy-the force water that pushes up on an object to make it float.
a) contact force
b) vector
c) non contact force
d) Newton's 3rd Law

A soccer player kicks the ball. The ball accelerates in the directions the player’s foot was moving. (F = m x a)
a) Newton's 2nd Law
b) Newton's 1st Law
c) Newton's 3rd Law
d) Newton's 4th Law

If you were riding in a car without your seatbelt on and the car ran into a wall, you would continue to move forward at the same speed.
a) Newton's 1st Law
b) Newton's 2nd Law
c) Newton's 3rd Law
d) non contact force

A skateboarder kicks backwards with his foot as he and the skateboard move forward.
a) Newton's 3rd Law
b) Newton's 2nd Law
c) Newton's 1st Law
d) non contact force

A force in which there is no physical touching between the agent and the receiver.
a) non contact force
b) contact force
c) friction
d) Newton's 1st Law

Two men push a heavy box up a ramp.
a) unbalanced force
b) balanced force
c)
d)

Gravity pulls down on you at the same time the floor exerts an upward force on you, so you don’t move.
a) balanced force
b) unbalanced force
c)
d)

Shawn and Nick pull on opposite ends of a rope, and the rope does not move.
a) balanced force
b) unbalanced force
c)
d)

The force acting on an object is equal to mass times the acceleration or F=ma
a) Newton's 2nd Law
b) Newton's 1st Law
c) Newton's 3rd Law
d) non contact force

The statement that objects in motion or at rest will stay in motion or at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
a) Newton's 1st Law
b) Newton's 2nd Law
c) Newton's 3rd Law
d) non contact force

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
a) Newton's 3rd Law
b) Newton's 1st Law
c) Newton's 2nd Law
d) non contact force

A force that physically touches the object.
a) contact force
b) non contact force
c) balanced force
d) unbalanced force

Two opposing forces that are unequal in size and opposite in direction creating movement in the direction of the stronger force.
a) balanced force
b) unbalanced force
c) friction
d) contact force

The force of gravity on an object
a) weight
b) balanced force
c) unbalanced force
d) contact force

A push or pull with a specific direction
a) balanced force
b) unbalanced force
c) force
d) weight

Two forces equal in size and opposite in direction having the result of no motion or a zero net force.
a) balanced force
b) unbalanced force
c) contact force
d) friction

Two women are having an arm-wrestling competition and neither woman wins because they are evenly matched.
a) balanced force
b) unbalanced force
c) inertia
d) friction

Two dogs are fighting over a piece of rope by pulling in opposite directions. The bigger dog pulls with a stronger force causing the smaller dog to move in his direction.
a) unbalanced force
b) balanced force
c) inertia
d) friction

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