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**How is velocity different than speed?**

a) Speed is only acceleration.

b) Velocity is only acceleration

c) Speed is calculated by distance multiplied by time.

d) Velocity is speed and direction together.

**While you are ice skating with your friends, you push off from one side of the rink and slide forward. Which law does this demonstrate?**

a) Newton's first law

b) Newton's second law

c) Newton's third law

d) Newton's fourth law

**The SI unit that you use to measure force is called**

a) meter

b) neutron

c) liters

d) newton

**When forces on an object are unequal and opposite in direction, they are called**

a) net force

b) balanced forces

c) unbalanced forces

d) inertia

**The sum of all the forces on an object is called**

a) inertia

b) acceleration

c) net force

d) motion

**A place or object used for comparison to determine if something is in motion is called**

a) inertia

b) reference point

c) motion

d) force

**When forces on an object are equal in size and opposite in direction, they are called**

a) net force

b) balanced forces

c) unbalanced forces

d) inertia

**A push or pull is called**

a) inertia

b) acceleration

c) motion

d) force

**If the distance from another object is changing, it is called**

a) force

b) motion

c) inertia

d) reference point

**What is the relationship between heavy objects and inertia?**

a) Heavy object have less inertia.

b) Heavy objects have more inertia.

c) Heavy objects have no inertia.

d) There is no relationship between mass and inertia.

**A baseball colliding with a bat is an example of**

a) Newton's first law

b) Newton's second law

c) Newton's third law

d) Newton's fourth law

**The rock and ball of paper activity was an example of**

a) Newton's first law

b) Newton's second law

c) Newton's third law

d) Newton's fourth law

**The penny, card, and cup activity is an example of**

a) Newton's first law

b) Newton's second law

c) Newton's third law

d) Newton's fourth law

**Unbalanced forces acting on an object**

a) do not change an object's motion

b) sometimes changes an objects motion

c) always changes the object's motion

d) are not related to motion

**The tendency of an object to resist motion is called**

a) mass

b) force

c) balance

d) inertia

**Which object makes the best reference point?**

a) a train

b) a tree

c) a bicycle

d) a horse

**When two forces act in the same direction, the net force can be found by _________ the strengths of the individual forces.**

a) subtracting

b) multiplying

c) dividing

d) adding

**If two forces are in opposite directions but are unequal, you need to ___________ to get the net force.**

a) add

b) multiply

c) subtract

d) divide

**To calculate speed, you need to**

a) multiply distance by time

b) divide distance by time

c) add distance and time

d) subtract distance from time

**To calculate distance, you need to**

a) add speed and time

b) subtract speed from time

c) divide speed from time

d) multiply speed by time

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