# Newton's Laws

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## Newton's first and third law

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• Which of Newton's Laws best explains why you should buckle-up in a vehicle?
• A free body diagram represents ________ forces acting on an object
• A rocket moves through empty space in a straight line with constant velocity. It is far from the gravitational effect of any star or planet. Under these conditions, what force must be applied to the rocket?
• Action-reaction pair forces are
• Which is NOT an example of an action-reaction pair?
• You are standing on a moving bus, facing forward, and you suddenly fall forward. You can imply from this that the bus's velocity
• You are pushing a book across a table. The force you exert on the book is called a(n)
• You are pushing a book across a table. The upward force the table exerts on the book is called a(n)
• You pull a sled through the snow, using a rope. The force you exert on the sled through the rope is called a
• You are playing tug-of-war. Your team is pulling with 300 N of force; the other team is pulling with 200 N of force. What is the tension in the rope?
• The tendency of an object to resist any change of motion is known as...
• the greater the mass of an object
• The force of gravity of a person on a person at the surface of a planet is known as...
• A book is sitting on the dashboard of your car that is stopped at a traffic light. The light turns green and the book falls into your lap. This is because the car....
• An object in motion tends to
• An object at rest tends to...
• A car is moving at 100 m/s down the road. Which of the following forces are acting on the car?
• When a golfer hits a golf ball, the force exerted by the ball on the club is ________ than that exerted by the club on the ball.
• A man with a weight of 800 N is standing on a scale and lifts his right leg. What is the reading on the scale now?
• The friction force between two surfaces always acts ____________ the motion of the object.
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