# Newton's 2nd Law

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- Q1In the formula F=M*A, what does F represent?Force60s
- Q2In the formula F=M*A, what does A represent?acceleration60s
- Q3In the formula F=M*A, what does M represent?mass60s
- Q4What does Newton's 2nd Law state?An object at rest will stay at restAn object will accelerate in the direction of the net force acting on the object.An object in motion will stay in motion60s
- Q5True or False: Acceleration can be both speeding up AND slowing downFalseTrue60s
- Q6If I apply 100N of force to each a giraffe, a mouse, and a fox, which one will accelerate at the fastest rate?foxmousegiraffe60s
- Q7If I apply 100N of force to each a giraffe, a mouse, and a fox, which one will accelerate at the slowest rate?giraffemousefox60s
- Q8Jane is pushing her baby who weighs 9 kg at an acceleration of 2 m/s2 . What is the net force? (HINT: use the formula F=M*A1860s
- Q9How much force is needed to accelerate a 450 kg lion at a rate of 6 m/s2? (HINT: use F=M*A)270060s
- Q10Joe is sitting on a scooter. Jane gives him a push. A clone of Joe (same mass) jumps on, doubling the mass. Will the acceleration of the scooter with both of them on it be faster or slower?slowerfaster60s