# Universal Gravitation

## Quiz by Becky Helmer

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- Q1What is the force of attraction between a sample of matter and all other matter in the universe?gravitationalstrong nuclearweak nuclearelectromagnetic120s
- Q2Mrs. Helmer stands on the top of a ladder and drops a ping pong ball and a tennis ball at the same time. Which will hit the ground first?ping pong balltennis ballThey will both hit the ground at the same time.120s
- Q3Is there gravity in space?YesWe don't have enough information to know.No120s
- Q4Match the value with the correct unit.Users link answersLinking120s
- Q5What value correctly labels the x-axis?distanceNewtonsaccelerationmass120s
- Q6What value correctly labels the x-axis?kilogramsmassaccelerationdistance120s
- Q7What is the relationship between force and distance?When force decreases, distance decreases.When force increases, distance increases.When force increases, distance decreases.120s
- Q8What is the relationship between force and mass?When force increases, mass increases.When force increases, mass decreases.When force decreases, mass increases.120s
- Q9Suppose that two objects exert a gravitational force of 30 N on one another. What would that force be if the mass of one of the objects were doubled?7.5N15N60N90 N120s
- Q10Two objects exert a gravitational force of 7 N on one another when they are 20 m apart. What would that force be if the distance between the two objects were reduced to 10 m?28 N3.5 N14 N21 N120s