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Row 1, Col 1 What is 5 m/s? A ball travels 10 meters in 2 seconds. What is its speed?
1,2 What is 6 to 8 minutes? The time period that the car is stopped.
1,3 What is friction? The force that one surface exerts On another when the Two objects rub together.
1,4 What is inertia? The tendency of an object to Resist a change in motion.
2,1 What is -1 m/s/s? A car traveling 15 m/s slows Down to 5 m/s in 10 seconds. What is its acceleration?
2,2 What is SPEED? What the slope of the line on the graph above shows.
2,3 What is there is no air resistance on the moon? The reason that a hammer And feather fall at the same Rate on the moon.
2,4 What is Newton’s First Law? States that objects in motion Stay in motion and objects At rest stay at rest, unless Acted upon by an unbalanced Force.
3,1 What is 392 N? If you have a mass of 40kg. What is your weight on Earth?
3,2 What is direction (velocity includes direction)? The difference between SPEED And VELOCITY.
3,3 What are the types of surface and the force exerted between them? The two factors that affect The amount of friction.
3,4 What is F= m x a? The formula that summarizes Newton’s 2nd Law.
4,1 What is 50 m/s/s? If you throw a snowball with a mass of 100g at a friend with a force of 5N, It has this acceleration.
4,2 What is friction? The force that reduces the Speed of a ball as it Rolls down a hill.
4,3 What is terminal velocity? When the force of air Resistance equals the Weight of the object.
4,4 What is Newton’s Third Law? A rocket lifting off the ground is An example of this law.
5,1 What is 5 kg m/s? What is the momentum of a .5kg ball traveling at 10m/s?
5,2 What is an object’s acceleration? This is what the slope on a speed vs. time Graph shows.
5,3 What is The Law of Universal Gravitation? States that any two objects in The universe attract each other.
5,4 What are mass and velocity? The two factors that Affect the momentum Of an object.