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Unit 5 Review

OCS Applied Science Unit 5 Review Game

This force holds us at earth’s surface. Gravity
Our __________ changes from one location to another, unlike our mass, which stays the same. weight
On which surface would friction be the greatest: Carpet or Ice? carpet
Would iron be attracted to a magnet? yes
Would plastic be attracted to a magnet? No
Which of the following forces is a force that acts on an object by touching the object, such as the wheels on a car touching the road? Friction
Would your mass be the same on the moon as it is on earth? yes
Would the south pole of a magnet be attracted to the north pole of another magnet? yes
What would happen is two north poles of two magnets were next to each other? repel
What are they trying to increase by putting sand on the roads during a snowfall? friction
Created by: karlabrann