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Forces Test #1

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What is the first step in the scientific method? Question
What is the second step in the scientific method? Research
What is the third step in the scientific method? Hypothesis
What is the fourth step in the scientific method? Experiment
What is the fifth step in the scientific method? Results
What is the sixth step in the scientific method? Conclusion
What word describes an answer to a scientific question based on research? Hypothesis
What word describes an answer to a scientific question based on the results of an experiment? Conclusion
What is another name for a written procedure used to test a hypothesis? Experiment
What is another name for the data gathered after conducting an experiment? Results
What word describes anything that can be changed in an experiment? variable
What word describes the variable in an experiment that is the one change that is being tested? independent (variable)
What word describes the variable that is determined by conducting the experiment (the change you are looking for in the results)? dependent (variable)
What word describes variables that are kept the same and not allowed to change during an experiment? controlled (variables)
What word describe a control that is set up to serve as a base-line during an experiment so that the results can be compared to it? standard
What are the two main types of forces? push and pull
What force pulls objects toward the center of the Earth? gravity
What force puts a pendulum in motion? gravity
What force is caused by two or more objects rubbing against one and other? friction
What is the resultant force of a push to the right of 500 Newtons and a push to the left of 300 Newtons? 200 Newtons to the right
What is the resultant force of a push to the right of 500 Newtons and another push to the right of 500 Newtons? 1000 Newtons to the right
What is the resultant force of a pull to the right of 500 Newtons and a pull to the left of 800 Newtons? 300 Newtons to the left
What is the result of a push to the right of 100 Newtons and a push to the left of 100 Newtons? 0
What is the result of a push to the left of 400 Newtons, a push to the right of 100 Newtons, and a push to the left of 300 Newtons? 600 Newtons to the left
What scientist developed a scientific law that stated "Objects at rest tend to stay at rest and objects in motion tend to stay in motion until a force acts upon them?" Sir Isaac Newton (Newton)
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