Newton's Third Law of Motion
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• Question 1
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Q. Newton's Third Law States...
Objects in motion stay in motion and objects at rest stay at rest
Force is equal to mass times acceleration
For each action there is an equal and opposite reaction
• Question 2
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Q. An archer shoots an arrow. The action force is the bowstring against the arrow, the reaction force is...
Air resistance against the bow
the arrow's push against the bowstring
the grip of the archer's hand on the bow
• Question 3
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Q. A baseball player bats a ball with a force of 1,000 N. The ball exerts a reaction force (without any additional forces action on it) against the bat of...
Less than 1, 000 N
1,000 N
More than 1,000 N
• Question 4
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Q. A rocket pushes exhaust 10, 000 N. Without any other forces acting on the rocket, how much force does the rocket go forward?
15,000 N
1,000 N
10, 000 N
• Question 5
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Q. What is the reaction force to a foot pushing down on the floor?
The foot going through the floor
The floor pushing back against the foot
The floor breaking to the foot
• Question 6
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Q. According to Newton's Third law the strength or magnitude of forces will be...
smaller
equal
larger
• Question 7
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A swimmer pushes on the water and the water pushes on the hand and the swimmer moves forward. What is the ACTION force?

Swimmer pushes on the water

the water pushes on the hand and the swimmer moves forward

• Question 8
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A swimmer pushes on the water and the water pushes on the hand and the swimmer moves forward. What is the REACTION force?

Swimmer pushes on the water

the water pushes on the hand and the swimmer moves forward

• Question 9
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Q.

A bowling ball hits the pins and the pins fall over. What is the ACTION force?

Bowling ball hitting pins

Pins falling over

• Question 10
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The swimmer pushes off of the wall of the pool and moves forward. What is the ACTION in this example?

Swimmer pushes off the wall of the pool

Swimmer moves forward

• Question 11
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If you apply MORE force to the ground what happens to the ground pushing on you?

The force remains the same

The force increases

The force decreases

• Question 12
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Q.

If the gymnast decreases the force they exerts on the trampoline, what will the reaction be?

The gymnast will be pushed back by the trampoline with more force and go higher into the air

The gymnast will be pushed back by the trampoline with less force and not go as high into the air

No change will happen to the gymnast

• Question 13
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The baseball player wants to hit a homerun. What does he have to do to the force they exert on the ball?

The baseball player will need to apply more force to the bat swinging at the ball

The baseball player will need to apply less force to the bat swinging at the ball

The baseball player should change nothing about his swing

• Question 14
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Katniss Everdeen applies 20 N of force back on her bow. What happens to the arrow when she lets go?