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One Stinking Apple!

Newton and Motion

QuestionAnswer
What is the average distance covered per unit of time known as? speed
What is an object used to determine if another object is in motion called? reference point
What is speed in a given direction? velocity
What is any change in an object's velocity known as? acceleration
What is a push or pull also known as? force
What is a combination of forces that causes no motion known as? balanced forces
What is a combination of all of the forces on an object known as? net force
What is a combination of forces that causes motion known as? unbalanced forces
What is the natural attraction between any two objects with mass? gravity
Gravitational fields decrease with an increase in what? distance
Gravitational fields increase with an increase in what? mass
What is the rate of acceleration due to gravity all objects on Earth feel at sea-level? 9.8 m/s/s
What is the unit for force? newton
What is the force that resists all motion in a direction opposite to that motion? friction
What is the tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion? inertia
Which of Newton's 3 laws says, "An object at rest or in motion remains so unless acted upon by an unbalanced force?" 1st
Which of Newton's 3 laws says, "The force an object feels is due to the product of the object's mass and acceleration?" 2nd
Which of Newton's 3 laws says, "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction?" 3rd
What is the force you exert on the ground due to gravity known as? weight
What is a measure of the amount of matter in an object known as? mass
Which can change with your position in the universe: weight or mass? weight
Created by: rdmonaghan on 2011-04-10



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