    Year 7 Physics 1 half term

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82 questions
• Q1
What is a force in which the objects involved are not touching
non contact force
Push or pull
contact force
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• Q2
What is a force?
non contact force
Push or pull
contact force
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• Q3
What is a force in which the objects involved have to be touching
non contact force
contact force
Push or pull
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• Q4
A list of non contact forces:
friction, air resistance, drag, tension, compression, weight and normal contact force
gravitational forces, electrostatic forces and magnetic force
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• Q5
A list of contact forces:
friction, air resistance, drag, tension, compression, weight and normal contact force
gravitational forces, electrostatic forces and magnetic force
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• Q6
unit for force
joules
newton
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• Q7
how to measure a force
newton meter
spring
balance
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• Q8
how to show the forces acting on an object
free body diagram
arrows
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• Q9
how does a newton meter work
adding a force squeezes the spring inside
adding a force stretches the spring inside
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• Q10
what happens to an object if the forces on it are balanced
the force downwards due to gravity increases stretching the spring further
stationary or moving at a constant speed
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• Q11
what happens as you increase the mass on a newton meter
stationary or moving at a constant speed
the force downwards due to gravity increases stretching the spring further
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• Q12
what is the resultant force
some of the forces on an object
overall force on an object
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• Q13
when the forces on an object are balanced
the resultant force is 100N
the resultant force is 0N
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• Q14
what happens to the motion of an object if the forces are unbalanced
accelerating, decelerating or changing direction
stationary or constant speed
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• Q15
define deceleration
slowing down
speeding up
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• Q16
define acceleration
slowing down
speeding up
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• Q17
Newton's third law
if the resultant force on an object is zero, the object will remain stationary or continue moving at a constant velocity
Force (N) = mass (kg) x acceleration
When two objects interact, the forces they exert on each other are equal and opposite
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• Q18
Newton's first law
Force (N) = mass (kg) x acceleration
When two objects interact, the forces they exert on each other are equal and opposite
if the resultant force on an object is zero, the object will remain stationary or continue moving at a constant velocity
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• Q19
Newton's second law
if the resultant force on an object is zero, the object will remain stationary or continue moving at a constant velocity
When two objects interact, the forces they exert on each other are equal and opposite
Force (N) = mass (kg) x acceleration
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• Q20
what does streamlining mean
changing the shape of an object to increase drag
changing the shape of an object to reduce drag
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