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ch.6 powerpoint 5-7

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What is the equation when the force is perpendicular to the surface area? pressure equals force over area of application
What is one newton per square meter called? a.pascal b.newton c.force a.pascal
What is measured in newtons per square meter?a.force b.acceleration c.pressure c.pressure
What else does the position of a bood affect besides the area? a.direction b.pressure c.weight b.pressure
Force and mass are the same but what part is the same? a.fraction b. decimal c.ratio c.ratio
When did a 10kg cannonball and a 1kg stonehit the ground when dropped from a tall building? a.the stone hit first b.at the same time c.the cannonball hit first b.at the same time
WHere do a feather and a coin fall with equal accelaerations? a.vacuum b.air c.in a liquid a.vacuum
When does a falling object not continue to increase? a.air resistance is greater than the weight b.air resistance equals the weight c.air resistance is less than the weight b.air resistance equals the weight
What two things does terminal speed depend on for it to change? a.force and weight b.gravity and orientation c.weight and orientation c.weight and orientation
If two objects of different weights are droped from a great distance which will hit the ground first? a.the lighter one b.the heavier one c.at the same time b.the heavier one
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