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Newton's Laws of Mot

Newton's Laws of Motion Test Review

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"An object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion tends to stay in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force." Newton's First Law of Motion
Who is the 17th century scientist who put forth a variety of laws which explain why objects move (or don't move" as they do?) Sir Isaac Newton
How many laws of motion did he create? Three
All objects ______ changes in their state of motion. Resist
Newton's first law of motion is also called the Law of ________. Inertia
It is the natural tendency of objects to _____ on doing what they're doing. Keep
Force = Mass x Acceleration this is ... Newton's Second Law of Motion
An object will _____ in the direction you push it. Accelerate
If you _____ it twice as hard, it accelerates twice as much. Push
If it has twice the _____, it accelerates half as much. Mass
"For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction", this is ... Newton's Third Law of Motion
This means that for every force there is a reaction force that is _____ in size, but opposite in direction. Equal
That is to say that whenever an object pushes another object it gets pushed back in the _____ direction equally hard. Opposite
"If you _____ on it, it pushes on you!" Push
Push or Pull Force
Pull Gravity
Resistance to change Inertia
A force of resistance between two objects Friction
Speed of an object, but in a specific direction Velocity
Amount of matter in an object Mass
Distance traveled per unit of time Speed
Measure of graviational attraction or force/amount of mass Weight
Which law of motion is this? A rocket is launched. Jet fuel and exhaust exit the tail end sending the rocket in the opposite direction into space. Newton's Third Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? A soccer ball continues to roll until it hits something. Newton's First Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? The sling shot was pulled back and the rock propelled forward in the opposite direction. Newton's Third Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? A baseball hit with a wooden bat goes farther than a baseball hit with a plastic bat. Newton's Second Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? A balloon is attached to a toy car. The air goes out one way sending the toy car in the opposite direction. Newton's Third Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? The baseball went farther than the basketball when your classmate hit them with an aluminum bat. Newton's Second Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? You are thrown off the front of a 4-wheeler when it runs into a fence. Newton's First Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? The vase of flowers flew through the windshield when it crashed because it stayed in motion and was not restrained by a seatbelt. Newton's First Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? An empty chair is easier to push (less mass) than a chair with a person in it (more mass). Newton's Second Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? You run into your friend while skating and both of you fall in opposite directions. Newton's Third Law of Motion
Which law of motion is this? The clothes you left on the floor are still there when you come home from school. Newton's First Law of Motion
Created by: oakhills