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What is this law? I-100 Answer.
I-200 What is an example of Newtons 1 st law? Answer.
I-300 What is inertia? Answer.
I-400 Explain why you should always wear a seatbelt. Answer.
I-500 When making a turn in a car, what should happen to your body? Answer.
II-100 What is this law? Answer.
II-200 What is an example of Newtons 2 nd law? Answer.
II-300 What do you need to know in order to calculate acceleration? Answer.
II-400 What is the weight of a 10kg box? Answer.
II-500 A 100 Newton force is applied to box with a mass of 25 kg. What is the acceleration of the box? Answer.
III-100 What is this law? Answer.
III-200 What is an example of this law? Answer.
III-300 Use this law to explain the example of a baseball hitting a wall and bouncing back toward the thrower. Answer.
III-400 Use Newtons 3 rd law to explain how a rocket ship take off. Answer.
III-500 What causes the weight of an object? Answer.
IV-100 What is the unit for force? Answer.
IV-200 What is a force? Answer.
IV-300 What is the difference between weight and mass? Answer.
IV-400 What is the name of the force that always opposes motion? Answer.
IV-500 What is terminal velocity? Answer.
V-100 Inertia Answer.
V-200 Action/Reaction Answer.
V-300 A rocket taking off. Answer.
V-400 Balanced Forces Answer.
V-500 Explain why a ball thrown out at a height and dropped at the same height will land at the same time. Answer.
I-100 A Objects in motion stay in motion, objects at rest stay at rest unless acted on by an outside force. Game board
I-200 A Answers will vary. Game board
I-300 A Tendency of an object to resist change. Game board
I-400 A In the event of a crash, your body will remain in motion causing you fly through the windshield. Game board
I-500 A Your body will want to continue in a straight line and move to the outside of the car. Game board
II-100 A F = M * A Game board
II-200 A Answers will vary. Game board
II-300 A Both force and mass. Game board
II-400 A 100 Newtons Game board
II-500 A 4 m/s 2 Game board
III-100 A For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Game board
III-200 A Answers will vary Game board
III-300 A The ball is applying a force to the wall and in turn the wall give a force to the ball sending it in the opposite direction. Game board
III-400 A The rocket pushes on air molecules and in turn the molecules push the rocket causes motion. Game board
III-500 A Force of attraction between any two objects. Game board
IV-100 A Newton Game board
IV-200 A Any push or pull Game board
IV-300 A Mass is the amount of matter in an object and weight is the force of gravity on an object. Game board
IV-400 A Friction Game board
IV-500 A When the force of air resistance becomes so large that it cancels out the force of gravity. Game board
V-100 A What is Newtons 1 st law? Game board
V-200 A What is Newtons 3 rd law? Game board
V-300 A What is an example of Newtons 3 rd law? Game board
V-400 A What do you call when forces equal each other? Game board
V-500 A What are the universal forces? Game board
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