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Newton's 1st Law, Newton's 3rd Law, Forces, Force Diagrams.[print questions]

Which law? A large crate is placed on the flatbed of a truck but is not tied down. As the truck accelerates forward, the crate slides across the bed until it falls out .
a) 1st Law
b) 2nd Law
c) 3rd Law
d) 4th Law

A large crate is placed on the flatbed of a truck but is not tied down. As the truck accelerates forward, the crate slides across the bed until it falls out . Why?
a) The box is resisting acceleration due to its inertia.
b) The box is accelerating with the truck.
c) The box has an unbalanced force acting on it.
d) The box exerts a force on the truck bed which pushes back on the box with equal force.

A mammoth is moving east at a constant speed of 4.44 m/s in the presence of friction effects. What is the net force on the mammoth?
a) Less than zero
b) Greater than Zero
c) Zero
d) There are no forces acting on the mammoth

Sarah and Teyonce face each other holding separate force scales. The scales are hooked together and slowly they both begin pulling on them. Compare the scale readings:
a) Teyonce's scale has a greater reading
b) Sarah's scale has a greater reading
c) there is no way to know which scale has a greater reading
d) both scales have the same reading

Sarah and Teyonce face each other holding separate force scales. The scales are hooked together and slowly they both begin pulling on them. If the forces are equal and opposite, which law are they demonstrating?
a) 1st Law
b) 2nd Law
c) 3rd Law
d) 4th Law

A shark goes from rest to a constant speed through the water in the presence of water resistance effects. According to Newton’s first law of motion there is a(n) _____________ force being applied for the shark to move.
a) balanced
b) unbalanced
c) absent
d) lesser

A shark goes from rest to a constant speed through the water in the presence of water resistance effects. How do you know there is an unbalanced force in this example?
a) The object is moving in a forwards direction
b) The object isn’t accelerating due to equal and opposite forces.
c) The object’s motion is changed from its original tendency
d) The object’s motion isn’t changed from its original tendency.

A bowling ball is moving forward at a constant speed. If gravity has a force of 10 N and the floor pushes back with 10 N, what is the net force?
a) Less than zero
b) Greater than Zero
c) Zero
d) There are no forces acting on the puck

Which is the law of inertia?
a) 1st Law
b) 2nd Law
c) 3rd Law
d) 4th Law

Which is the action/reaction law?
a) 1st Law
b) 2nd Law
c) 3rd Law
d) 4th Law

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