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- 1. Multiple Choice1 minute1 ptAs mass decreases, gravitational force does what?IncreasesDecreasesRemains the sameChanges
- 2. Multiple Choice1 minute1 ptWhat is the measure of force of gravity on an object?ShapeHeightWeightGravity
- 3. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptWhich of the following is Newton's Law on Gravitation?F=Gm
_{1}m_{2}/rF = Gm_{1}m_{2}/r^{2}F = Gm_{1}m_{2}/2rF = m_{1}m_{2}/2r - 4. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptTwo factors effecting the magnitude of the force of gravity between 2 objects are...mass and distancemass and matterdistance and weightweight and mass
- 5. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptForce of gravity is inversely proportional toMassWeightDistanceTime
- 6. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptAs distance between two objects increases, the pull of gravityIncreasesDecreasesStays the same
- 7. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptAs distance separating the objects increases the forceincreasesdecreasesstays the same
- 8. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptIf I double the distance between two objects, what happens to their gravitational Force?4x bigger4x smaller2x bigger2x smaller
- 9. Multiple Choice45 seconds1 ptWhat happens to Gravitational force if I double both of the masses but don't change their distance?doubleshalf as big4x bigger4x smaller
- 10. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptGravitational force between two massive spheresis always an attractiondepends on how massive they aredepends inversely on the square of the distances between themall of the above
- 11. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptIf the mass on Mars is 6.4 kg x 10
^{23 }kg and the mass on Earth is 6.0 kg x 10^{24 }kg, which one would you weigh more on?EarthMars - 12. Multiple Choice45 seconds1 ptWhat happens to Gravitational force if I double both of the masses but don't change their distance?doubleshalf as big4x bigger4x smaller
- 13. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptIf I triple the distance between two objects, what happens to their gravitational Force?3x bigger3x smaller9x bigger9x smaller
- 14. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptFind the force due to gravity if the mass of the object is 2300 kg and the mass of the other object is 4000 kg. The distance between the two objects is 0.150 m.0.00409 N244 N0.027 N6.14x10
^{-4}^{}N - 15. Multiple Choice15 minutes1 pt
Calculate the gravitational force between a 15-kg chinchilla and a 65-kg dog which are separated by 0.30 m.

F

_{g}= 3.7*10^{-8}NF

_{g}= 1.3*10^{12}NF

_{g }= 1.1*10^{5}NF

_{g}= 7.2*10^{-7}N - 16. Multiple Choice15 minutes1 pt
What would the gravitational force be between the Sun and Mars if they were 2.3*10

^{11 }m apart? The masses for the Sun and Jupiter are 1.99*10^{30 }kg and 6.42*10^{23}kg, respectively.F

_{g}= 3.8*10^{15 }NF

_{g}= 2.8*10^{-42}NF

_{g}= 1.6*10^{21}NF

_{g}= 4.6*10^{-75 }N - 17. Multiple Choice15 minutes1 pt
Universal gravitational constant

Combined masses of the two objects

Gravitational force

Dielectric constant

- 18. Multiple Choice15 minutes1 pt
What is the gravitational force between a 140 kg tree and a 798 kg Lotus Elise Sprint that are 15 m away?

6.6*10

^{-7}N4.8*10

^{4}N3.3*10

^{-8 }N7.4*10

^{12 }N - 19. Multiple Choice30 seconds1 ptThe SI units of force are measured inGramsNewtonsPoundsKilograms
- 20. Multiple Choice1 minute1 ptWhy would you weigh less on the moon compared to Earth?less airless sunlightmore gravitational pullless gravitational pull
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