𝟙.) Which term describes how far an object has traveled from its original location?
𝟚.) What would the position-time graph look like for an object that remains still over time?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: a horizontal line
𝟛.) Which statement about forces is correct?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: Forces have both magnitude and direction.
𝟜.) What is a force?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: a push or a pull on an object
𝟝.) Which situation describes a non-contact force acting on an object?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: a person pouring water out of a pitcher
𝟞.) In which of these situations would an object have the greatest momentum?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: An object with a large mass is moving quickly.
𝟟.) A force applied to an object at rest causes the object to move. According to Newton’s first law, what must be true of the force?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: The force is unbalanced
𝟠.) Shot put is a track-and-field event in which athletes propel a metal shot, or ball, by pushing it away from their shoulder. In junior events, shots of different sizes are used for different categories of competitors.
The shot masses and forces applied for four competitors are shown. Which shot will have the greatest acceleration?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: 4 kg and 40 N
𝟡.) Use the table to answer the question.
Object Mass (kg)
hardcover novel 0.88
paperback novel 0.51
spiral notebook 0.54
The same force is applied to each object listed in the table. Which object will have the least acceleration?
𝟙𝟘.) A tennis player hits a ball with a racket. How do the racket and the ball act on each other?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: The racket and the ball exert forces on each other with equal strength and in opposite directions.
𝟙𝟙.) What does Newton’s third law of motion state?
🅰🅽🆂🆆🅴🆁: For every action, there is an equal reaction in the opposite direction.
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