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Newton's first law of motion is known as the law of...
Inertia
Resting
Opposite forces
Acceleration
Newton's second law of motion is known as the law of...
Inertia
Resting
Opposite forces
Acceleration
Newton's third law of motion is known as the law of...
Inertia
Resting
Action-Reaction
Acceleration
If an object is at rest, it will want to...
Move on its own
Stay at rest
Become a new object
Wake up
The greater the force, the ________________ the distance
Smaller
Greater
Equal
They have no relation
Your finger pressing on your phone screen to like an Instagram post, is an example of
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
Does not represent one of Newton's Laws
If car is moving, the car will _______________________
Want to stop
Want to speed up
Want to keep moving
Become a better car
In Newton's Third Law, forces occur _______________
Individually
In triplets
When they want
In pairs
A football held for a field goal is not moving. The kicker then kicks the football. This made the football move. Which of Newton's Laws does this represent?
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
Does not represent any of Newton's Laws
The smaller the force, the _________________ the distance
Greater
Smaller
Equal
No connection between force and distance
What does "F" mean in the formula "F=ma" ?
Mass
Acceleration
Friction
Force
A 5 kg cube is pushed with 5 N of force. It accelerates a small amount. The sam 5 kg cube is pushed with 15 N of force it accelerates a large amount. Which one of Newton's Laws does this represent?
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
Does not represent one of Newton's Laws
Action and reactions force are _____________ in size and _____________ in direction
Equal
Different
Same
Opposite
Joe is pedaling his bike with a small amount of force so there is a ___________ acceleration. When Joe pedals his bike with a larger amount of force there is a _____________ acceleration.
Large
Net
Small
Opposite
The people in the picture are demonstrating which of Newton's Laws?
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
Does not represent one of Newton's Laws
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