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A variable that the experimenter chooses and can be changed at the beginning of the experiment is called:
a) Dependent Variable
b) Independent Variable
c) Control Variable
d) Next Variable

The experimental variable which is determined by the independent variable and is found to be plotted on the y axis when experimental results are graphed:
a) Dependent Variable
b) Independent Variable
c) Control Variable
d) Next Variable

This is the property of matter that describes the resistance of an object to change its state of motion or rest:
a) Speed
b) Velocity
c) Inertia
d) Acceleration

This is defined as the distance traveled divided by the time to go that distance:
a) Speed
b) Acceleration
c) Force
d) Pickle

This is a push or pull exerted on an object causing a change in motion:
a) Geology
b) Speed
c) Inertia
d) Force

This is the speed of an object in a certain direction:
a) Force
b) Michigan
c) Momentum
d) Velocity

A change in position in relation to a reference point is called:
a) Motion
b) Angle
c) Pulley

When all forces oppose each other on an object resulting in no motion of the object, we say the forces are:
a) Unbalanced
b) Balanced
c) Together
d) Divided

When forces acting on an object cause motion on that object, the forces are said to be:
a) Unbalanced
b) Balanced
c) Together
d) Divide

The force that exists between two surfaces in contact with each other and thus opposes an objects motion is called:
a) Spock
b) Speed
c) Velocity
d) Friction

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