Laws of Motion Review 1
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by KHDS Science Channel
| 20 Questions
Note from the author:
Laws of motion
1
5
Who is the founding father of physics?
Albert Einstein
Isaac Newton
Issac Einstein
none of the above
2
5
How many laws of motion are there?
1
2
3
4
3
5
Which of these is one of Newton's Laws of motion?
Acceleration
Action/Reaction
Inertia
All of the above
4
5
Decribe Inertia in your own words.
5
5
Describe Action/Reaction without using the words action and reaction in the definition.
6
5
What type of force can affect motion? (check all that apply)
Friction
Acceleration
Drag
Gravity
7
5
Which law of motion applies to sitting on a chair and not falling?
Action/Reaction
Inertia
Acceleration
Gravity
8
5
Which of these can increase acceleration?
Mass
Drag
Gravity
Friction
9
5
The trajectory of an object is...
The amount of force you put on it
The path a moving object takes
The predicted path an object will take
none of the above
10
5
The projectile of an object is a prediction.
True
False
11
5
If you exert the same force on two objects of different mass, you will get different accelerations
True
False
12
5
For every force put on an object there is an opposing force on the object.
True
False
13
5
Newton developed the universal law of gravity that still exists today.
True
False
14
5
The more friction that is put on an object, the more force is needed to move it.
True
False
15
5
Mass and acceleration are needed to determine how much force is needed to move an object
True
False
16
5
Name a force that may slow down the motion of an object on earth
17
5
Select all the examples of action/reaction
hero's engine
bouncing ball
walking
acceleration
18
5
When something is in motion it has potential energy
True
False
19
5
When something is at rest it has potential energy
True
False
20
5
Potential Energy changes to kinetic energy when
a ball is carried to the field
a ball sits on the soccer field
a ball is kicked
none of the above
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