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- 1. Multiple Choice
A soccer ball is sitting in the middle of a field. The ball will remain at rest until an outside force like a players foot or the wind acts upon it. Which of Newton's laws is represented by this?

1st

2nd

3rd

- 2. Multiple Choice
Think about pushing a shopping cart and a car. If you apply the same amount of force to both, the shopping cart will travel fast, but the car will hardly move. To move the car yo would need a larger force. Which of Newton's laws is being represented?

1st

2nd

3rd

- 3. Multiple Choice
Sally jumps on her trampoline. She exerts a force on the trampoline and the trampoline exerts an equal but opposite force back on Sally. This represents

Law 1

Law 3

Law 2

- 4. Multiple Choice
What Newtons law does this picture represent

Newtons 1st law

Newtons 2nd law

Newtons 3rdt law

Newtons 4rth law

- 5. Multiple Choice
Which law explains that it would take more force to push the car than the lawnmower?

1st

2nd

3rd

- 6. Multiple Choice
There is a skateboard rolling and then Billy steps on it and it stops. What Law of motion is this?

3rd

2nd

1st

- 7. Multiple Choice
When you are running. your foot exerts force on the ground and the ground exerts force back onto you. Which of Newton's laws is represented

1st

2nd

3rd

- 8. Multiple Choice
If we put the same force on a bowling ball and a soccer ball, the soccer ball will move faster! Which law explains this?

1st

2nd

3rd

- 9. Multiple Choice
Which way would a swimmer push to move forward in the water?

To the left

Forward

Backward

- 10. Multiple Choice
The reason a ball bounces up when it hits the ground:

The ball and ground repel each other.

The ball exerts a force on the ground, and the ground exerts a force on the ball.

- 11. Multiple Choice
Observe what happens to the motion of the penny. Which of Newton's Laws does this represent?

Newton's 1st Law, inertia

Newton's 2nd Law, Force = m x a

Newton's 3rd Law, action/reaction

- 12. Multiple Choice
Watch as Blake pushes the 2 cars of different masses with about the same force. Observe what happens. Which of Newton's Laws does this represent?

Newton's 1st Law, inertia

Newton's 2nd Law, Force = m x a

Newton's 3rd Law, action/reaction

- 13. Multiple Choice
Watch as I propel the washers across the desk. Observe what happens as I use different amounts of force.

Newton's 1st Law, inertia

Newton's 2nd Law, Force = m x a

Newton's 3rd Law, action/reaction

- 14. Multiple Choice
Watch as I send the car down the track. What happens as I increase the force that I am using? Which of Newton's Laws does this represent?

Newton's 1st Law, inertia

Newton's 2nd Law, Force = m x a

Newton's 3rd Law, action/reaction

- 15. Multiple Choice
Watch as Blake begins to run. What happens to the sheets of paper under his feet? Why? Which of Newton's Laws does this represent?

Newton's 1st Law, inertia

Newton's 2nd Law, Force = m x a

Newton's 3rd Law, action/reaction

- 16. Multiple Choice
Observe the motion of the washer as I quickly pull the card out from under it. What happened to the washer? Why? Which of Newton's Laws does this represent?

Newton's 1st Law, inertia

Newton's 2nd Law, Force = m x a

Newton's 3rd Law, action/reaction

- 17. Multiple Choice
Which of Newton’s Laws explains a rocket’s movement during launch?

Newton's First Law of Motion

Newton's Second Law of Motion

Newton's Third Law of Motion

Newton's Fourth Law of Motion

- 18. Multiple Choice
When a student runs and kicks a ball, they have applied an ___________ force to move the ball.

Balanced

Magnetic

Spring

Unbalanced

- 19. Multiple Choice
What Unit do we Measure Force in?

Newtons

Joules

Force

Kilograms

- 20. Multiple Choice
Newton's third law states that any action will have a(n) _______ and ______ reaction

Equal and similar

Equal and opposite

Equal and different

Greater and opposite

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