# MAP Review 1 - Motion/Simple Machines Question Preview (ID: 455)

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Which is an example of an incline plane?
a) wheelchair ramp
b) water well
c) wheel on a bus
d) see saw

Which is the best example of Newton's 1st Law of Motion - object in motion stays in motion, object at rest stays at rest?
a) George pushed Sam therefore, Sam fell on the ground.
b) The huge truck demolished the small compact car when they hit.
c) The clothes were still on my floor when I got up in the morning.
d) The 8 planets in the solar system.

Which is the best example of Newton's 2nd Law of Motion - Acceleration X Mass = Force?
a) George pushed Sam therefore, Sam fell on the ground.
b) The huge truck demolished the small compact car when they hit.
c) The clothes were still on my floor when I got up in the morning.
d) The 8 planets in the solar system.

Which is the best example of Newton's 3rd Law of Motion - every action has an opposite and equal reaction?
a) George pushed Sam therefore, Sam fell on the ground.
b) The huge truck demolished the small compact car when they hit.
c) The clothes were still on my floor when I got up in the morning.
d) The 8 planets in the solar system.

Which of the following is an example of lever?
a) spiral staircase
b) slide on a playground
c) hill
d) see saw

Which of the following is an example of screw?
b) dolly
c) steering wheel
d) spiral staircase

Which is an example of a wheel and axle?
a) doorknob
c) lightswitch
d) staircase

Which is an example of a wedge?
b) wheel on a bike
c) water well
d) point of a pencil

Sir Isacc Newton's 1st law states that an object in motion stays in motion and an object at rest stays at rest unless...
a) there is an opposite and equal reaction.
b) it is heavier than another object.
c) an outside force acts upon it.
d) it disappears.

Sir Isacc Newton's 2nd Law of Motion states that for every action, there is...
a) an opposite and equal reaction.
b) an outside force acts upon it.
c) it disappears.
d) it is heavier than another object.

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