Motion & force

What label goes on the horizontal (x) axis of a distance-time graph ?
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If gravity did not exist and a paper airplane was thrown forward, horizontally, what path would the airplane take ?Stay horizontalObjects with ______________ mass require a greater force to increase their speed.MoreA 15 kg, 10 kg object are all pushed with the same force at the same time on the same surface. Which will travel the fastest ?The object that is 5 kgOne person stands to the left of a desk and the other stands to the right, of the desk. Both push against each other. If the desk moves to the left, which person applied more force ?The person to the rightIf an object has no motion or does not change speed it is an example of __________________________ forces.balancedIf an object is moving or changes speed, it is an example of ____________________________ forces.unbalancedA 150lb wide receiver goes 5m/s south down the football field collides with a 150lb referee going 2m/s north up the field. Which direction will the referee travel after the collision ?SouthInertia means that an object in motion will stay ________________________ if no outside forces act on it . (Newton's 1st law of motion )Stay in motionNewton's 3rd Law of motion states that for every action there is an ______________ but _______________ reaction.equal but oppositeIf you push an object with more force it will move _______________ . (Speed)fasterWhat is the tendency of an object to resist to any change in motion ?inertiaif you are riding in a car it stops suddenly , what happens to your body ?you keep moving forwardIf an object has a mass of 80 kg on Earth, what would the mass be on the moon ?80 kgThe measure of the pull of gravity on an object's mass is called ____________________ ?weightHow do you know when a car stops for a break on a distance-time graph ?the line is straightThe two things that most affect gravitational force are __________________________ & _________________________ .The mass & distance of the object