# Newton's 1st Law Question Preview (ID: 43721)

You are walking a big dog. The dog is pulling on the leash with a force of 25 N forward and you are pulling backwards with a force of 25 N. What will happen to you and the dog?
a) Move forward
b) Move backward
c) No movement
d) Fall over

A large television requires a force of 390 N to be lifted. An average person can lift with a force of 50 N - how many average people would it take to move this large television?
a) 6
b) 7
c) 5
d) 8

John and Joe are playing tug of war. John has a force of 20 N to the right. Joe has a force of 20 N to the left. What is the net force and who is ho is winning the tug of war
a) 40 N and John
b) 40 N and Joe
c) 20 N and Joe
d) 0 N and no one

Mike pushes a box with a force of 30 N to the left, but the box resists with a force of 10 N the other direction. What is the net force and what direction will the book move ine.
a) 20 N left
b) 40 N no movement
c) 30 N left
d) 40 N no movemtent

Mr. Crowsha and Ms. Baker are challenging the 8th grade boys to a tug - of - war contest. The teachers pull on the rope with 250 N of force to the west, while the students pull with 280 N to the east. What is the net force and who is winning
a) 30 N and the students
b) 40 N John
c) 0 N and no one
d) 20 N and no one

Calculate the net force if Jane pushes a piano across the floor to the right with a force of 25 N and Bob pushes the piano in the same direction with a force of 15 N.
a) 40 N right
b) 10 N right
c) 10 N left
d) 40 N left

4 people are playing a tug of war. Two are pulling on the right side with a force of 50 N and 80 N. The two people on the left are pulling with a force of 30 N and 60 N. What is the net force and who wins.
a) 40 N and the left side
b) 60 N and the left side
c) 40 N and the right side
d) 60 N and the right side

A brother is pulling a toy from his sister with a force of 6 N. The sister is pulling back with a force of 8 N. Who gets the toy and what is the net force?
a) Sister and 2 N
b) Brother and 2 N
c) Brother and 10 N
d) Sister and 10 N

What is the net force on the airplane?﻿ The airplane is moving with a force of 800 N. However, is a air resisstance forces moving in opposite directions at 150 N..
a) 950 g
b) 950 N
c) 650 g
d) 650 N

A force that two objects exert on each other when their surfaces come in contact; this force can slow or stop a moving object.
a) Normal force
b) Air resisstance force
c) Tension force
d) Frictional force

is the force that the ground (or any surface) pushes back up with.
a) Gravitational force
b) Tension force
c) Normal force
d) Frictional force

A course along which someone or something moves
a) Direction
b) Force
c) Speed
d) Motion

force that is applied to an object by a person or another object
a) Tension force
b) Applied force
c) Normal force
d) Gravitational force

A change in an object's position
a) Force
b) Speed
c) Direction
d) Motion

Rate of an object’s motion
a) Speed
b) Force
c) Direction
d) Motion

when two forces acting on an object are not equal in size.
a) Normal force
b) Tension force
c) Unbalanced force
d) Balanced force

A push or a pull on an object
a) Direction
b) Speed
c) Force
d) Motion

forces do not cause a change in motion. They are equal in size and opposite in direction.
a) Unbalanced force
b) Balanced force
c) Normal force
d) Tension force

An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force.. An object in motion continues in motion unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
a) Unbalanced force
b) Newton's 1st law
c) Balanced force
d) Frictional force

Bob and Dan are pushing the couch in the same direction, Bob with a force of 6 N and Dan with a force of 5 N. The couch exerts a force of 8 N in the opposite direction (of Bob and Dan). Does it move?
a) The couch moves Bob and Dan
b) Dan and Bob move in the couch
c) No movement
d) Dan and Bob fall

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