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Welcome to… the Candy Bar Treats’ Game Newton’s Laws of Motion Pages 10-14
Directions Read each question. Click on the correct answer. If you are correct, you will automatically be taken to the next question. If you are incorrect, you will be returned to the beginning of the game. To end your game, click on the red button in the bottom right corner. Click here to begin the game.here Click to skip directions
action reaction $1,000 Question The desk produced the _____ in the spring jumper.
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Aristotle Galileo Galilei Sir Isaac Newton $2,000 Question Greek philosopher
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false maybe true $3,000 Question Galileo believed that all objects fall at the same rate, and they accelerate as they fall.
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gravity acceleration inertia $4,000 Question The tendency of a still or moving object to resist changes in its motion
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quickly slowly in pairs $5,000 Question Forces always work _____.
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Galileo GalileiAristotle Sir Isaac Newton $6,000 Question Philosopher from Italy
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opposite same $7,000 Question A reaction force is equal to the action force, but it is in the _____ direction.
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skate boarder’s foot skateboard ground $8,000 Question A skateboarder uses action and reaction forces to push herself forward. Identify the action force.
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decreases does not change increases $9,000 Question When a force acts in the opposite direction of an object’s motion, it _____ the acceleration.
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equalnot equal more than $10,000 Question A reaction force is _____ to the action force.
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action force reaction force inaction force $11,000 Question A force exerted on an object
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gravity magnetism inertia $13,000 Question The force that caused the chip to fall into the cup
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spring jumper with no top spring jumper with the load taped to its back spring jumper $15,000 Question The spring jumper that jumped the highest
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reaction force inertia action force $20,000 Question The force exerted by an object experiencing an action force
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inertia stubbornness gravity $30,000 Question The reason the chip did not move with the index card
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by applying more force by thinking about it by applying less force $40,000 Question If an object’s mass stays the same you can increase the object’s acceleration by _____.
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Sir Isaac Newton Galileo Galilei Aristotle $50,000 Question Scientist who explained that the motion of objects follow three basic principles, which we now call the three laws of motion
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action force inertia reaction force $60,000 Question The spring produced the _____ in the spring jumper.
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truefalse maybe $70,000 Question Newton’s second law also applies when a force act in the opposite direction of an object’s motion.
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more thanless than the same as $80,000 Question If the same force is applied to two different objects, the object with the smaller mass will accelerate _____ than the object with the larger mass.
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ground skateboarder’s foot skateboard $90,000 Question A skateboarder use action and reaction forces to push himself forward. Identify the reaction force.
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more than the same amount as less than $100,000 Question If the same force is applied to two different objects, the object with the smaller mass will accelerate _____ the object with the larger mass.
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more than the same as less than $200,000 Question A hammer exerts a force on a nail. The nail exerts an opposite and equal force on the hammer. The nail accelerates _____ the hammer because the nail has a smaller mass.
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action force reaction force $300,000 Question The spring produced the _____ in the spring jumper.
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true maybe false $500,000 Question Aristotle believed that the speed of a falling object depended on its mass. An object with a large mass would fall more quickly than an object with a small mass.
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false maybe true $1,000,000 Question Action and reaction forces do not always cancel each other out because they act on different objects.
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