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Newton's Laws, inertia, weight, etcThis is your description.
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1.
A push or a pull is called a ______________ and is measured in _________________.
A.
Weight; kilograms
B.
Force; kilograms
C.
Weight; pounds
D.
Force; newtons
2.
If a force of 50N acts on a 5 kg object, its acceleration is equal to ______ meters per second squared.
A.
55
B.
45
C.
250
D.
10
3.
A body at rest tends to stay at rest is called _______________,
A.
Equilibrium
B.
Newton's first law
C.
Newton's second law
D.
Newton's third law
4.
To find the horizontal force acting on an object that is being pulled by a rope at an angle of 50 degrees with the ground, you would use ______________.
A.
The Pythagorean theorem
B.
Sine
C.
Cosine
D.
Tangent
5.
The resistance an object has to a change in its motion is called ______________,
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