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- 1. 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 Labels Newton’s First Law Newton’s Second Law Newton’s Third Law Other Stuff
- 2. m/s/s or m/s 2
- 3. What is acceleration?
- 4. Kg or g
- 5. What is mass?
- 6. N
- 7. What is weight or force?
- 8. Pa or kPa
- 9. What is pressure?
- 10. 9.8 m/s/s or 32 ft/sec/sec
- 11. What is acceleration due to gravity?
- 12. What an object at rest will do, according to Newton’s First Law
- 13. What is stay at rest (or not move)?
- 14. What an object in motion will do, according to Newton’s First Law
- 15. What is remain in motion?
- 16. Two ways to describe the motion of an object already in motion, according to Newton’s First Law
- 17. What are in a straight line and at a constant speed?
- 18. What has to be applied to an object to change its motion, according to Newton’s First Law
- 19. What is a force?
- 20. The mass of an object is also a measure of this property of matter
- 21. What is inertia?
- 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. How to make an object accelerate twice as fast
- 27. What is apply twice as much force (or reduce the mass by half)?
- 28. To find acceleration, you would do this
- 29. What is divide the force by the mass?
- 30. If a force of 60N causes an object to accelerate at 3 m/s/s, the object has this mass
- 31. What is 20 kg?
- 32. What the wall does when you push on it
- 33. What is pushes back?
- 34. The two forces present when a ball bounces
- 35. What are the ball on the ground and the ground on the ball
- 36. Two ways to describe the reaction force, according to Newton’s Third Law
- 37. What are equal and opposite?
- 38. Why your model rockets took off, according to Newton’s Third Law
- 39. What is the force of the launcher pushing against the gases released by the rocket?
- 40. The names of the two forces involved in every pair of interactions involving Newton’s Third Law
- 41. What are action and reaction?
- 42. Force / area
- 43. What is pressure?
- 44. Distance / time
- 45. What is speed?
- 46. Change in speed or direction
- 47. What is acceleration?
- 48. The acceleration at the top of the path of a ball that is thrown straight upward
- 49. What is 10 (9.8) m/s/s?
- 50. The weight of 22 kg of mashed potatoes
- 51. What is 220 Newtons?

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