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1.
2 points
Using the formula f= m x a, what is the mass of a box that needs 40 N of force to move it at 2 m/s? (You need to solve for mass)
20 kg
10kg
100 kg
80 kg
2.
1 point
If a ball is thrown into the air which force is pulling it back towards the earth?
Gravity
Normal
Reaction
Friction
3.
1 point
Use the formula f=m x a to solve for the total force needed to push a 200 kg car at 3.5 m/s.
200 N
700 N
100 N
900 N
4.
1 point
Which force keeps an ice hockey puck from sliding forever?
Acceleration
Mass
Friction
Inertia
5.
1 point
True or false
When a ball is hit there are equal forces acting on the ball and bat.
False
True
6.
1 point
Newton's first law of motion is sometimes referred to as the law of this?
Acceleration
Inertia
Force
Physics
7.
1 point
A skateboarder hits the curb and is thrown off of his skateboard. This example demonstrates which of Newton's Laws of Motion?
First Law
Second Law
Third Law
8.
1 point
Which of Newton's laws of motion state that an object at rest remains at rest?
First Law
Second Law
Third Law
9.
1 point
If a basketball is spinning at 5 N and you push it with your hand in the same direction with 3 N of force what is the total force now acting on the ball?
8 N
3 N
2 N
6 N
10.
1 point
Will it take more force to move a 400 kg hippopotamus or a 100 kg dog?
Dog
Hippo
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