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Newton
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Topic 1
Question for 5 Points
Inertia is the tendency
of objects to
__________
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Topic 1
Answer for 5 Points
Be lazy,

Or Keep doing what


they are doing
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Topic 1
Question for 10 Points
The amount of an
objects inertia depends
on its ________.
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Topic 1
Answer for 10 Points
Mass

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Topic 1
Question for 15 Points
Objects will keep doing
what they are doing
unless acted upon by
what?
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Topic 1
Answer for 15 Points
An unbalanced force or
net force

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Topic 1
Question for 20 Points
Every rolled object in
motion on Earth will
eventually come to a
rest because of this
force.

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Topic 1
Answer for 20 Points
Friction or rolling
friction

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Topic 1
Question for 25 Points
Inertia is different from
momentum because
you dont take into
account the objects
________.

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Topic 1
Answer for 25 Points
velocity

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Topic 2
Question for 5 Points
What is Newtons
second law in equation
form?
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Topic 2
Answer for 5 Points
F = ma

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Topic 2
Question for 10 Points
The unit for force is a
_________.

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Topic 2
Answer for 10 Points
Newton

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Topic 2
Question for 15 Points
The derived unit for
force is what?

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Topic 2
Answer for 15 Points
Kg x m

S^2
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Topic 2
Question for 20 Points
What is the Force
exerted to accelerate a
5kg ball at 1.4 m/s^2?
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Topic 2
Answer for 20 Points
7N

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Topic 2
Question for 25 Points
A force of 22 N is
applied to an object
that has a mass of
2000.0 g. What is its
acceleration?

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Topic 2
Answer for 25 Points
11 m/s^2

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Topic 3
Question for 5 Points
Draw a force diagram
for an object that is
motionless on a desk.
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Topic 3
Answer for 5 Points
See board

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Topic 3
Question for 10 Points
Draw a force diagram
for an box that is being
pushed to the right
across the floor at a
constant speed.

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Topic 3
Answer for 10 Points
See board

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Topic 3
Question for 15 Points

Draw a force diagram


for a ball that is being
rolled across the floor
that is no longer being
pushed.
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Topic 3
Answer for 15 Points
See board

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Topic 3
Question for 20 Points
Draw a force diagram
for an object that is
falling to the floor at
terminal velocity.
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Topic 3
Answer for 20 Points
See board

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Topic 3
Question for 25 Points

Draw a force diagram


of a car that is rolling
to the right but you are
pushing to stop it.
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Topic 3
Answer for 25 Points
See board

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Topic 4
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See board

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Topic 4
Answer for 5 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Question for 10 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Answer for 10 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Question for 15 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Answer for 15 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Question for 20 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Answer for 20 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Question for 25 Points
See board

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Topic 4
Answer for 25 Points
See board

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Topic 5
Question for 5 Points
The measurement of
the force that gravity
exerts is known as
what?
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Topic 5
Answer for 5 Points
weight

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Topic 5
Question for 10 Points
What two variables
affect the force of
gravity between two
object?
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Topic 5
Answer for 10 Points
Mass and distance
between

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Topic 5
Question for 15 Points
If the only force acting
on an object is gravity
than we consider the
object to be in what?
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Topic 5
Answer for 15 Points
Free fall

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Topic 5
Question for 20 Points
The acceleration due to
gravity on Earth is
________m/s^2.
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Topic 5
Answer for 20 Points
9.8

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Topic 5
Question for 25 Points
Create a force diagram
of a marble falling that
has not reached
terminal velocity.
Consider air resistance

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Answer for 25 Points

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Question
The acceleration due to
gravity on the moon is
1.63 m/s^2. You are
68 kg. What is your
mass on the moon?

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Answer for Big Points
68 kg, your mass
doesnt change only
your weight does!
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