5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Law that states that any two objects in the universe have gravity and will attract each
- a force of attraction between two objects; the strength of force is due to the mass and distance between the two objects.
- a measure of the force of gravity on an object
- the tendency of an object to remain either at rest or in motion unless acted on by an outside force
- speed and direction that an object travels over a specified distance during a measured amount of time; rate of motion
4 True/False questions
low tide → a tide that reaches maximum height for a given part of the day
orbital velocity → the time that it takes an object to orbit another object one complete time.
spring tide → a tide that reaches maximum height for a given part of the day
tide → the total amount of matter in an object; not dependent upon gravitational pull.