# Use the Force, Luke!

## Quiz by Darrell Olson

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- Q1How is Force measured?PoundsMassNewtonsKilograms30s
- Q2If the Force acting on an object stays the same, but the mass increases, what happens to the object?the acceleration of the object also increasesthe acceleration of the object stays the same.the acceleration of the object decreasesthe Force of the object decreases.30s
- Q3What statement best describes a ForceGravity and the weight on an objectThe push or pull on an objectThe push of pull of an objectThe mass and gravity of an object.30s
- Q4What is the force of attraction between things that have mass?GravityAccelerationNet ForceInertia30s
- Q5How is Force determinedForce is the sum of an object's mass and its acceleration.Force is the product of an object's mass and its weight.Force is the difference of an object's mass and its acceleration.Force is the product of an object's mass and its acceleration.30s
- Q6What force slows down all objects in motion?InertiaMassGravityFriction30s
- Q7What best describes Newton's First Law of Inertia?Using a butter knife to knock the bottom penny out of a stack of pennies.Dunking on a student at his/her lockerTwo students pushing against each other while wearing roller skates.Using the straw launcher to hit a target30s
- Q8Why is this a balanced forceNo one is wearing slippery shoes.There are two students on each side.The rope does not stretchThe amount of force in equal and in opposite directions.30s