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Circular Motion. Free Fall. Newton’s Laws. Projectile Motion. Misc. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. “Centripetal” Acceleration means…?. Answer.

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2 pt

Circular

Motion

Free

Fall

Newton’s

Laws

Projectile

Motion

Misc.

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2 pt

“Centripetal” Acceleration means…?

Answer


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Centripetal acceleration means…?

“center-seeking”


2 pt

All circular motion has acceleration directed towards…?

Answer


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All circular motion has acceleration directed towards…?

The center of motion


2 pt

The acceleration of an object in circular motion does not depend on…?

Answer


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The acceleration of an object in circular motion does not depend on…?

mass


2 pt

All objects in circular motion move faster on the edge of the circle or in the middle?

Answer


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All objects in circular motion move faster on the edge of the circle or in the middle?

The edge


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The equation for centripetal force is just which equation re-written?

Answer


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The equation for centripetal force is just which equation re-written?

Newton’s Second Law


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This is the only force acting on objects in freefall?

Answer


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This is the only force acting on objects in freefall?

Gravity


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Freefall is the same as floating. T or F.

Answer


2 pt

Freefall is the same as floating. T or F.

False.


2 pt

Astronauts in space are freefalling constantly. T or F.

Answer


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Astronauts in space are freefalling constantly. T or F.

True


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Weightlessness is another form of freefall.

Answer


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Weightlessness is another form of freefall.

True.


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All objects in freefall have the same speed. T or F.

Answer


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All objects in freefall have the same speed. T or F.

It depends on if there is air resistance or not.


2 pt

In 10 words or less, list the three laws of motion.

Answer


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In 10 words or less, list the three laws of motion.

1st: objects in motion, stay in motion, etc.


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Inertia is a property of mass. T or F.

Answer


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Inertia is a property of mass. T or F.

True.


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The equation for weight is a rearranged form of Newton’s First Law.

Answer


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The equation for weight is a rearranged form of Newton’s First Law.

No, 2nd Law.


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Daily Double


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Explain Newton’s 2nd Law in words.

Answer


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Explain Newton’s 2nd Law in words.

A net force on a mass causes and acceleration.


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The recoil of gun is explained by Newton’s 1st Law. T or F.

Answer


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The recoil of gun is explained by Newton’s 1st Law. T or F.

F, Newton’s 3rd Law.


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The vertical speed of a projectile never changes.

Answer


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The vertical speed of a projectile never changes.

False, it is always accelerating.


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What is the equation for the horizontal component of a projectile?

Answer


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What is the equation for the horizontal component of a projectile?

Vx = v0 cosθ


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The shape of the trajectory of a projectile is a…?

Answer


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The shape of the trajectory of a projectile is a…?

Parabola


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What is the definition of a projectile?

Answer


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What is the definition of a projectile?

Any object that is kicked, shot, or thrown and acted upon by gravity.


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What is the relationship between vertical velocity and horizontal velocity of a projectile?

Answer


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What is the relationship between vertical velocity and horizontal velocity of a projectile?

They are independent of each other


2 pt

Which is bigger: a mile or a kilometer?

Answer


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Which is bigger: a mile or a kilometer?

A kilometer


2 pt

What charge does a proton have?

Answer


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What charge does a proton have?

Positive


2 pt

Why is the sky blue?

Answer


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Why is the sky blue?

Because of the diffraction of sunlight through the atmosphere.


2 pt

What element do all living things have in common?

Answer


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What element do all living things have in common?

Carbon


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What is the difference between speed and velocity?

Answer


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What is the difference between speed and velocity?

Velocity is speed in a particular direction


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