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# Unit 6 Review

### Unit 6 Newton's Laws Review

A _________ is a push or pull. force
___________ are unequal force and can cause an object to start moving, stop moving or change directions unbalanced
________ force is the overall force. Net
_________ forces are equal forces Balanced
______ is distance/time Speed
________ is speed and direction Velocity
_____________ is a change in velocity (speeding up, slowing down, or changing direction. Acceleration
Newton's First Law of Motion is also known at the Law of _____. Inertia
Newton's 3rd Law of Motion is also known as the Law of ___________. Action/Reaction
Newton's 2nd Law of Motion states that ____ = mass x acceleration force
___________ is an objects tendancy to continue in it's path of travel. Inertia
Newton's _______ Law is called the Law of Force and Acceleration. 2nd
What are three unbalanced forces that effect motion on Earth's surface? gravity, friction and air resistance
Name the Law....a rock launch 3rd law
Name the Law...a soccer ball stopping as it rolls across the grass 1st Law
Name the Law...at the same acceleration, a large truck has more force than a small car. 2nd Law
Name the Law...wall ball 3rd Law
Name the Law...a body going forward when someone slams on the breaks 1st Law
Name the Law ... a balloon going across the room. 3rd Law
Name the Law...a satellite orbiting Earth. 1st Law
Calculate the force exerted when a 700 kg truck is accelerating 5 m/s2. 3500N
Calculate the force when a 200 kg car is accelerating 3.5 m/s2. 700N
Calculate the mass of a object exerting a force of 600 N when it is accelerating 2.5 m/s2 240kg
A 500 kg object is exerting a force of 3700N. Calculate the acceleration. 7.4 m/s2
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