# Chapter 10: Forces And Motion: Glencoe Science: An Introduction To The Life, Earth, And Physical Sciences: Question Preview (ID: 28593)

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What is the word for a push or a pull?
a) inertia
b) force
c) acceleration
d) gravity

What word means that something is speeding up, slowing down, or changing direction?
a) inertia
b) force
c) acceleration
d) gravity

What is the force that pulls all objects toward each other?
a) inertia
b) force
c) acceleration
d) gravity

What is the force that resists motion when two surfaces are sliding on each other?
a) friction
b) average speed
c) weight
d) mass

What is the result of dividing measured distance by measured time?
a) friction
b) average speed
c) acceleration
d) weight

When you are sinking in quicksand, which of the following is true?
a) The forces on you are balanced.
b) The forces on you are unbalanced.
c) The sand is giving an equal and oposite reaction force.
d) Inertia is causing you to sink.

When you are accelerating from the top of a hill, what helps you stop?
a) friction
b) inertia
c) gravity
d) mass

On Jupiter, what would you expect to experience?
a) Gravity would decrease.
b) You weight would stay the same.
d) Gravity would be stronger.

On the moon, which would be true?
a) Your weight would be less.
b) Your weight would stay the same.
d) Gravity would be stronger.

To go faster on a skateboard ramp, what would you do?
a) Put a rough surface on the ramp for a better grip.