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Newton's Laws

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Review for the physical science test on Newton's laws.

Created Date 03.23.15
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Topics of this game:
  • The distance an object moves over time in a given direction.
  • This measurement is noted in meters.
  • Sam walks 3 miles to his friends house. After visiting, he walks 1 mile to the store to get a drink so he won't be thirsty for the final 2 miles of the walk home. What is Sam's total displacement for the day?
  • Which of Newton's laws explains the need for a seat belt?
  • Which of Newton's laws explains why you are able to sit on your chair without falling to the floor?
  • Which of Newton's Laws explains why an 18 wheeler goes up a hill slowly when the driver has the gas pedal to the floor, while a Prius quickly zooms up the hill with the same amount of force exerted by the engine?
  • Which law explains why, when you're playing a game of pool, the cue ball stops when it hits the 8 ball, which then moves at the same speed across the table as the cue ball?
  • In a vacuum, if you drop a feather and a bowling ball from 50 feet, which hits the ground first?
  • What causes a rock to hit the ground first when it's dropped from the same height as a piece of paper?
  • The size of the gravitational force between two objects depends on what factor(s)?
  • The greater the force applied to an object, the greater it's ___________ is.
  • What are the units of force?
  • What are the units of speed?
  • What are the units of momentum?
  • The more mass an object has, the more ____________ it has.
  • The acceleration due to gravity is _______________ meters per second squared.
  • What force opposes motion?
  • Of the following, which isn't considered a frictional force?
  • A ball is dropped to the ground. Once it hits the ground, it rolls across the floor. How do you explain this?
  • How do you explain a rocket ship just after liftoff?
  • Motion can be described as a change in ________________.
  • You are driving down a windy road and your speedometer stays constant at 35 miles per hour. What are you and your car experiencing?