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D - Science - Unit 5

Gravity & Inertia

QuestionAnswer
If mass is greater, what happens to the inertia? inertia is greater
How is gravity affected when you have more friction? more gravity is needed
Who are Newton's named after? Sir Isaac Newton
What can gravity work against? other forces
How are the forces on earth compared to elsewhere in the universe? forces are not different
An objects weight, unlike mass, can change depending on what? its' location
If mass increases, what happens to the force? force will also increase
If distance increases, what happens to force? force decreases
What are the 2 factors that determine the strength of force & gravity between 2 objects? the mass of the objects and the distance between them
If mass increases and distance stays the same, what happens to the force of gravity? force of gravity increases
If mass decreases and distance stays the same, what happens to the force of gravity? force of gravity decreases
If mass stays the same and distance decreases, what happens to the force of gravity? force of gravity increases
If mass stays the same and distance increases, what happens to the force of gravity? force of gravity decreases
Why do we not feel gravity's pull? because we are so far from the core.
Created by: lprinke