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The force that works against motion is
a) gravity
b) speed
c) friction
d) magnetism

A push or pull is a
a) force
b) object
c) mass
d) weight

Which of the following is NOT a type of force
a) gravity
b) speed
c) friction
d) magnetism

The force that causes objects to be pulled toward the Earth is known as
a) friction
b) magnetism
c) gravity
d) normal force

According to the concept of inertia, an object will continue to move until
a) it runs out of energy
b) it changes direction
c) it produces energy
d) a force acts upon it

An object will move more easily across a smooth surface, such as glass, than a rough surface. This is because the smooth surface has
a) magnetic force
b) gravity
c) friction
d) inertia

TWO students push on a box in the same direction, and ONE pushes in the opposite direction. What is the net force on the box if each pushes with a force of 50N?
a) 150N
b) 100N
c) 50N
d) 0N

When a force is exerted on a box, an equal and opposite force is exerted by the box. These forces are called _______________
a) centripetal
b) action-reaction force pairs
c) frictional
d) gravitational

The size of the gravitational force between two objects depends on their
a) speed and direction
b) masses and distances between them
c) friction and air resistance forces
d) inertia

Which statement about weight of an object is correct?
a) The force of gravity determines the weight
b) The weight and mass of an object are always the same
c) An object's weight is not related to its mass
d) Weight is an unchanging measure of an object's mass

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