Chapter 2 Section 2 Newton`s Laws Slide Show

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Chapter 2 Section 2 Review
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A. An object at rest remains at rest, and an
object in motion remains in motion at
constant speed and in a straight line unless
acted on by an unbalanced force.
B. Every action has an equal and opposite
reaction.
C. The acceleration of an object depends on
its mass and the amount of force applied.
D. You must eat an apple a day to be
healthy
 A.
An object at rest remains at
rest, and an object in motion
remains in motion at constant
speed and in a straight line unless
acted on by an unbalanced force.
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A. An object at rest remains at rest, and an
object in motion remains in motion at
constant speed and in a straight line unless
acted on by an unbalanced force.
B. Every action has an equal and opposite
reaction.
C. The acceleration of an object depends on
its mass and the amount of force applied.
D. You must eat an apple a day to be
healthy
 C.
The acceleration of an
object depends on its mass
and the amount of force
applied.
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A. An object at rest remains at rest,
and an object in motion remains in
motion at constant speed and in a
straight line unless acted on by an
unbalanced force.
B. Every action has an equal and
opposite reaction.
C. The acceleration of an object
depends on its mass and the amount
of force applied.
D. You must eat an apple a day to be
healthy
 B.
Every action has an equal and
opposite reaction.
 a.
is greater than the action of
your weight.
 b. is equal to the action of your
weight.
 c. is determined by many factors.
 d. varies.
 b. is
equal to the action of your
weight.
 a.
At rest
 b. In motion
 c. Both at rest and in motion
 d. Neither at rest or in motion
 b.
In motion
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a.
b.
c.
d.
F= m × a
m=F × a
a= m ÷ F
F =m ÷ a
 a. F=
m×a
 a.
Decreasing the mass of
the object
 b. Increasing the mass of
the object
 c. Increasing the force
pushing the object
 d. Both A and C
 D.
Both A and C
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a.
b.
c.
d.
Inertia
Acceleration
Friction
Speed
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Friction
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9.8 m/s/s
 b. 100 g
 c. 1 N
 d. 4.2 m/s/s
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9.8 m/s/s
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a. remain in motion
b. eventually come to a
stop
c. change its momentum
d. accelerate
a.
remain in motion
 a.
They provide unbalanced
forces to stop the motion of
the people.
 b. They prevent people from
hitting the windshield or
dashboard.
 c. It’s fun when they inflate.
 d. Both a & b.
 d.
Both a & b.
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a. The forces between a bat and
a ball
b. The attractive force between a
falling ball and Earth
c. The force of propulsion and
the force of gravity on an
airplane
d. The forces between a
grasshopper and the ground
 c.
The force of propulsion
and the force of gravity on
an airplane
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a pair.
 b. equal in size.
 c. opposite in direction.
 d. all of the above.
 d.
all of the above.
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increase
 b. decrease
 c. double
 d. stay the same
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increase
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the same as gravity.
 b. very similar to friction.
 c. the tendency of matter to
resist a change in motion.
 d. a country in Asia.
 c.
the tendency of matter to resist
a change in motion.
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