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BATTLE OF THE BOOK Subject: SCIENCE
You know something has moved because you can see that it has changed ____________ A. position B. motion C. Weight
_____ is the length between two places. You can measure how far things move. a.) motion b.) gravity c.) distance SCHOOL Home
A change in position means an object is in ________. a.) speed b.) motion c.) gravity
A cheetah runs faster than a person. The cheetah has a greater ________. a.) force b.) speed c.) motion
_______ is how fast or slow you travel using time and distance. a.) motion b.) forces c.) speed
All pushes and pulls are ___________. a.) positions b.) forces c.) speed
Pushes move ________ from you. a.) closer b.) away
Pulls move __________ you. a.) away from b.) toward
The heavier the object the more _______ you need to move it. a.) speed b.) distance c.) force
What force is everywhere on Earth? a.) push b.) pull c.) gravity
_________ is a pulling force between two objects such as you and Earth. What goes up must come down! a.) weight b.) distance c.) gravity
You would weigh the same amount on the moon as you do on Earth. TRUE FALSE
How much pull gravity has on an object is the objects __________. a.) degree b.) weight c.) motion d.) location
The pull of gravity is less on the Moon than on Earth. a.) TRUE b.) FALSE
No matter how hard you push you cant push over a brick wall. TRUE FALSE
Position is the _________ of an object. a.) speed b.) location c.) motion left-right ahead-behind above-below before-after
All forces work _______ a. against you b. alone c. in pairs
You can find out how heavy or light things are by measuring their ________. a.) distance B.) length c.) force d.) weight
Pushes and pulls cause objects to move. TRUE FALSE
_________can push or pull on objects without even touching them. a.) gravity b.) magnets c.) weight
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