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Physics Unit Review Trivia Game
Mass Inertia is a measure of…
Distance & Time Speed depends on two things. What are they?
Speed & Direction Velocity has both _____ and _____.
Friction A force that opposes motion is…
9.8 m/s/s In free fall, objects fall towards the Earth at an acceleration of…
Mass & Velocity Momentum depends on _____ and _____.
Decrease With the same amount of force, the acceleration of an object will _____ when the mass increases.
Sliding – Rolling – Fluid – Static Name four types of friction.
Position Potential energy is the energy of…
Third Law Newton’s law that states for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction is the…
0.5 m/s/s What is the acceleration of an 80-kg object that is pushed with 40 Newtons?
At the top of the mountain and all the way down the mountain, except for at the very bottom When does a snowboarder have potential energy?
False When a cue ball hits a billiard ball on a pool table, momentum is lost due to friction. True or False?
Mass & Acceleration Newton’s Second Law states that force depends on _____ and _____.
False Weight and mass are measures of the same thing. True or False?
50 m/s A man bikes 400 meters in 8 seconds. What is his average speed?
When the velocity decreases What is negative acceleration?
Reference We can detect motion by comparing an object to a _____ point.
Texture of Surface & Amount of Force/Weight What two things does friction depend on?
50 m/s north Write an example of velocity with proper units
Kilograms (kg) Mass is measured in…
Work What do we call the ability to move an object in the direction of the force?
Joules Energy is measured in…
Inertia Newton’s First Law is also called the Law of…
Harder An object at rest with more mass is _____ to move than a less massive object also at rest.
Unbalanced Force What is needed in order to change the motion of an object?
Net Force The combined force acting on an object is called the…
Air Resistance Some objects fall more slowly than others due to…
Their Masses & Distance Apart The Law of Universal Gravitation states that the gravitational force between two objects depends on…
Increases If two objects are moved closer together, then the gravitational pull between them…
Force A _____ is a push or pull.
19.6 m/s You drop a pencil from the top of a building. After two seconds, what is the speed of the pencil in m/s?
Light Color In an experiment to test whether or not different colors of light affect plant growth, what is the independent variable?
Plant Height In an experiment to test whether or not different colors of light affect plant growth, what is the dependent variable?
Plant Type, Amount of Water, Amount of Light, etc. In an experiment to test whether or not different colors of light affect plant growth, what are two controlled variables?
Numbers Make one quantitative observation about the classroom.
Properties Make one qualitative observation about the classroom
Accelerates When an applied force on an object increases, the object…
False – it could be moving with a constant velocity An object has a balanced force acting on it. The object must be at rest. True or False?
They hit the ground at the same time A 10-kg object and a 100-kg object are dropped from an airplane at the same time. What happens?
The Nature of Force Chapter 10 section 1.
The wind pushes against the man and his umbrella
FORCES Mrs. Cholak.
FORCE Chapter 10 Text. Force A push or a pull in a certain direction SI Unit = Newton (N)
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt.
Friction Gravity Newton’s Laws Momentum Forces.
Chapter 10 Forces. Force and Net Force Force is a push or a pull on an object. Net force is the total force on an object.
Speed Potpourri FrictionForce Acceleration
12.1 Forces Objectives: M 4-1 Describe examples of force and identify appropriate SI units used to measure force. 10 M 4-2 Explain how the motion of an.
Forces 1 Dynamics FORCEMAN. What causes things to move? Forces What is a force? A push or a pull that one body exerts on another. 2.
Chapter 13 The Nature of Forces.
Define force What is the difference between a balanced force and unbalanced force? What is the net force? How do you combine forces?
Chapter 2 – sections 1, 2, and 3 vocabulary 1.Force – a push or a pull exerted on an object 2.Unbalance force – a nonzero net force, which changes an object’s.
What is net force?.
Study Guide Sliding, rolling, static and fluid friction.
Chapter 3 Forces.
Define forcea push or pull that acts on an object. What is the difference between a balanced force and unbalanced force? When the forces on an object are.
Resistance of an object to a change in its motion inertia.
The Nature of Force Chapter 3 section 4 What is a force Force is a push or pull. Forces are either balanced or unbalanced.
Laws, friction, and Gravity. A force can cause a resting object to move, or it can accelerate an object by changing the objects speed or direction. We.
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