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Who is the scientist from England that formed his laws of motion? Sir Isaac Newton
Which law is the law of Inertia and does Not need to keep an object in motion? Newton's first law
What do objects at rest tend to do? remain at rest unless a force changes its state.
How does a moving object tend to move?a.in a curved line b.in a straight line b.in a straight line.
What does the amount of inertia an object has deepend on? a.volume b.mass c.weight b.its mass
What is the unit used for mass?a.kilograms b.pounds c.newtons a.kilograms (kg)
What is a measure of the amount of space?a.volume b.inertia c.mass a.Volume
What are the units for volume?a.cubic centimeters b.kilograms c.liter and millilters c.liter (L) millilters(ml)
What is the force of gravity acting on the mass of an object? a.mass b.weight c.volume b.weight
When a stone is located on Earth, on the moon, or in outer space the material in the stone is the same. true or false true
What is directly proportional to each other but not equal to each other? a.mass b.weight c.both c.both
What does one kilogram of mass weigh? a.10N b.5N c.20N a.10N
All objects on earth move with and around the sun at what speed? a.300km/s b.3km/s c.30km/s c.30km/s
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