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Unit 2 test

Unit 2 Test Study Guide (Friction,Gravity and Newton's 1)

why is it easy to slip when there is water on the floor there is less friction
what factors impact the amount of friction between objects the amount of force between the objects and the roughness of the surfaces
a box being pushed across the floor (type of friction) sliding
a bird flying through the air air (type of friction) sliding
a book sitting on a table (type of friction) static
riding a skateboard (type of friction) rolling
which of following examples has the greatest amount of friction between the object a box being pushed across the floor
why must you exert a force to pick up an object ? what must you overcome an object at rest tends to stay at rest you must overcome gravity
Law of Universal Gravitation Gravitational force increases as mass increases Gravitational force decreases as distance increases
weight measurement of how hard gravity is pulling on that object
mass amount of matter in an object does not change based on location
if earths mass doubled without changing its size, what would happen to your weight your weight will double because of the increase in gravitational force
how would the gravitational force between 1kg of lead and earth compare to the gravitational force between 1kg of marshall and Earth the gravitational force would be equal because the masses are equal
a penny is dropped from the top of a tall stairwell. what is the penny's velocity after it has fallen for 4s 39.2
terminal velocity is the constant velocity of a falling object when the force of air resistance is equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to the force of gravity
what is not projectile motion swimming in a pool of water
the acceleration of an object depends on the mass of the object and the amount of force applied newton's 2
whenever one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts an equal and opposite force on the first newton's 3
according to newton's 2 law how can you increase the acceleration of an object that is pushed by a force reduce the mass or increase the force applied
when you ride the bus, why do you fall forward if you are standing and the bus moving when the bus stops your inertia hasn't been changed and you will continue in motion
when a soccer ball is kicked, why don't the action and reaction forces cancel each other out the forces act on opposite objects
what would have to have to happen to the force applied if you wanted to accelerate two objects with different at the same rate you would have to use a greater force with the larger object
Created by: smileyk