P.4D Baseline Progress Check

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High School

Physics (2017)

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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112.39.c.4.d

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- Q1What forces are present on the book?NormalGravity and normalGravityFriction120s112.39.c.4.d
- Q2What are the three laws of motion?Inertia, F=ma, Every action has an equal and opposite reactionInertia, e=mc^2, Every action has an equal and opposite reactionF=ma, e=mc^2, Every action has an equal and opposite reactionInertia, F=ma, e=mc^2120s112.39.c.4.d
- Q3Refer to the above image. Which best represents the action-reaction force that allows the book to remain at rest?action=gravity, reaction=normalaction=friction, reaction=gravityaction=gravity, reaction=frictionaction=normal, reaction=gravity120s112.39.c.4.d
- Q4If the mass of the book was 35kg, calculate the force of gravity?343N0.28N3.57N120s112.39.c.4.d
- Q5Assume the book is being pushed on a table, and the book is moving at constant speed. What forces would be acting on the book then?Gravity, normal, friction, applied forceFriction, applied forceGravity, normalGravity, normal, friction120s112.39.c.4.d