Newton's Laws of Motion

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- Q1Which statement illustrates Newton’s first law?A ball rolling across the floor eventually slows down.All of theseA stone will not move unless something pushes or pulls it.As a car comes to a stop, the passengers continue to move forward.30sEditDelete
- Q2Which object has the greatest inertia?a beach balla volleyballa tennis balla bowling ball30sEditDelete
- Q3What force causes a skater sliding on the ice to gradually slow down?inertiafrictionaccelerationa balanced force30sEditDelete
- Q4A seat belt helps you when your car stops suddenly by providing a(n)balanced forward force.unbalanced forward force.balanced backward force.unbalanced backward force.30sEditDelete
- Q5One newton is the force that can give a mass of 1 kg an acceleration of1 m/s1 m/s/s.9.8 m/s/s9.8 m/s30sEditDelete
- Q6Which of the following will result in the greatest acceleration?23 N acting on a 2-kg box56 N acting on a 2-kg box23 N acting on a 5-kg box56 N acting on a 1-kg box30sEditDelete
- Q7Whenever a force is exerted, another force occurs that is in size, and in direction.equal, samesmaller, samesmaller, oppositeequal, opposite30sEditDelete
- Q8An object’s momentum is determined by the object’smass and acceleration.weight and acceleration.mass and velocity.weight and velocity.30sEditDelete
- Q9Which of the following has a momentum of zero?a plane flying through the aira leaf falling to the groundAll of the abovea newspaper lying on a table30sEditDelete
- Q10How does the total momentum of two objects before a collision compare with the total momentum after the collision?It is equal to zero.It is less.It is the same.It is greater.30sEditDelete
- Q11The force exerted on the racket by a hit tennis ball is theaction force.accelerationreaction force.gravitational force.30sEditDelete
- Q12Which statement about action-reaction force pairs is incorrect?They always occur in pairs.They occur at the same time.They act on the same object.They are equal and opposite.30sEditDelete
- Q13Two identical cars are traveling at equal speeds. One is going north and the other south. If they collide head-on and stick together, what will happen to the motion of the cars?Both cars will move north.Both cars will move south.Both cars will move east.Both cars will stop.30sEditDelete
- Q14What is the momentum of a 0.255 g apple falling at 16.0 m/s?4.08 kg • m/s downward15.9 m/s/s downward15.9 kg • m/s downward4.08 m/s/s downward30sEditDelete
- Q15When a moving bowling ball hits a pin, the ball’s momentumis transferred to the pin.doubles in force.increases the pin’s mass.decreases the pin's velocity30sEditDelete
- Q16Calculate the velocity of a 90.5 kg man running south with a momentum of 389 kg • m/s35.2 m/s south0.233 m/s south4.30 m/s south23.3 m/s south30sEditDelete