5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the time that it takes an object to orbit another object one complete time.
- periodic rising and falling of the surface level of an ocean and other waters resulting from the gravitational attraction of the moon and the sun on the solid and liquid surfaces of Earth.
- a tide that reaches maximum height for a given part of the day
- Law that states that any two objects in the universe have gravity and will attract each
- a tide that reaches minimum height for a given part of the day
4 True/False Questions
mass → the total amount of matter in an object; not dependent upon gravitational pull.
Law of Inertia → the tendency of an object to remain either at rest or in motion unless acted on by an outside force
neap tide → Lower-than-normal high tides that occur during first and third moon and the Sun, Earth, Moon are at a 90 degree angle
gravity → a force of attraction between two objects; the strength of force is due to the mass and distance between the two objects.