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1 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt What Do U Call It? Newton Says Newton’s Figs Name that Newton Be the Ball
2 The force that opposes motion
3 What is friction?
4 A measure of inertia
5 What is mass?
6 Tendency to resist changes in motion
8 Measures changes in velocity
9 What is acceleration?
10 Property of moving objects that depends on mass and velocity
11 What is momentum?
12 What an object at rest will do
13 What is stay at rest (or not move) according to Newton’s First Law?
14 How to make an object accelerate twice as fast
15 What is apply twice as much force (or reduce the mass by half)?
16 How an object in motion will travel, according to Newton’s First Law
17 What is in a straight line and at a constant speed?
18 What has to be applied to an object to change its motion
19 What is a force?
20 When a soccer ball is kicked, the reason the action and reaction forces do not cancel each other out
21 What is they act on different objects?
22 Three properties involved in Newton’s Second Law
23 What are force, mass and acceleration?
24 To find the force, you would do this
25 What is multiply mass times acceleration?
26 The velocity of an object falling 1 second without any air resistance
27 What is 9.8 m/s?
28 What happens to acceleration when force increases and mass stays the same
29 What is it increases?
30 Why a rocket accelerates as it goes up – according to Newton’s second law
31 What is it loses mass (rocket fuel) so the same force makes it go faster?
32 The wall pushes back with an equal an opposite force when you push on it
33 What is Newton’s 3 rd law?
34 An object NOT acted on by an unbalanced force will continue to move in a straight line at a constant velocity
35 What is Newton’s First Law
36 Two ways to describe the reaction force, according to Newton’s Third Law
37 What are equal in size and opposite in direction?
38 What happen when you toss a backpack while standing on a skateboard - according to Newton’s Third Law
39 What is the force of the backpack pushes you in the opposite direction with equal force?
40 How the rocket is an example of Newton’s First Law
41 It won’t move without a force and only an unbalanced force will stop it from moving.
42 Why objects want to continue to travel in a straight line and at the same speed
43 What is they have inertia?
44 Mass times velocity is how to calculate this
45 What is momentum?
46 Two ways to increase momentum
47 What is increase mass or increase velocity?
48 When momentum is transferred between objects that collide but doesn’t change in amount
49 What is conservation of momentum?
50 Why you don’t want to play baseball with a bowling ball
51 What is it has more inertia so it is harder to catch and hit?
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