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The moon affects the tides on earth but planet mercury does not because the moon is:
a) further away.
b) closer.
c) the same distance away.
d) bigger.

In space, how could you make a paper clip go to the textbook instead of you?
a) It is impossible and you are a crazy science teacher for even suggesting such a thing. You will be hearing from my lawyer!
b) Place the paper clip an equal distance between you and the textbook.
c) Place the paper clip close to you and far away from the textbook.
d) Place the paper clip close to the textbook and far away from you.

When you go to the moon, your weight will:
a) be less.
b) be greater.
c) be the same.
d) become zero.

When you go to the moon, your mass will:
a) become zero.
b) be the same.
c) become less.
d) become greater.

In space, a paper clip between you and your textbook would go towards:
a) you, because you have more mass.
b) you, because you have less mass.
c) the book, because it has more mass.
d) the book, because it has less mass.

Mass is measured in:
a) pounds
b) grams
c) newtons
d) meters

Weight is measured in:
a) newtons.
b) pounds.
c) grams.
d) meters.

Mass is a measure of:
a) the air pressure.
b) the number of newtons.
c) the number of particles.
d) gravitational force.

What is the difference between weight and mass?
a) Weight has more power than mass.
b) Mass is gravity, weight is the number of particles.
c) Mass changes depending on where you are in the universe; weight never changes.
d) Weight changes depending on where you are in the universe; mass never changes.

A black hole has so much gravity that not even light can escape from them. That is because a black hole has a lot of:
a) air pressure.
b) weight.
c) distance.
d) mass.

Weight is a measure of:
a) the number of particles.
b) gravitational force.
c) the number of kilograms.
d) the air pressure.

The moon has less gravity because it has:
a) less distance.
b) more distance.
c) less mass.
d) more mass.

The further away objects are from each other:
a) the greater the mass.
b) the more equal the gravity.
c) the less gravity there will be.
d) the more gravity there will be.

The smaller the mass:
a) the less gravity there will be.
b) the more gravity there will be.
c) the more gravity is equal.
d) the further away things are.

What does gravity depend on?
a) force and roughness
b) speed and direction
c) mass and force
d) mass and distance

The greater the mass:
a) the less gravity there will be.
b) the more gravity there will be.
c) the further away things will be.
d) the closer things will be to each other.

The closer objects are to each other:
a) the more gravity there will be.
b) the less gravity there will be.
c) the more equal gravity is.
d) the more gravity gnomes there will be.

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