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5 Matching questions

  1. Force
  2. Lever
  3. Speed
  4. Equilibrium
  5. Newton's First
    Law of Motion
  1. a The state in which the net force is zero (p. 419)
  2. b An object at rest will stay at rest until another object
    acts upon it, and an object moving in a straight line at a
    constant speed will continue to move in a straight line at a
    constant speed until a net force acts upon it (inertia)
  3. c A push or pull that acts on an object (p. 410)
  4. d Describes how far an object moves during a certain
    amount of time (p. 408)
  5. e A type of simple machine consisting of a bar that turns on
    a support called a fulcrum (p. 428)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A form of simple machine consisting of a slanted surface
    along which objects are easier to push upward than to lift
    straight up (p. 429)
  2. A simple machine consisting of a wheel that revolves
    around a post, or axis (p. 427)
  3. Machines that only have a few parts - they make it easier
    to do work
  4. Describes the relationship between acceleration (the rate
    at which an object's velocity changes over time), mass, and
    net force
  5. Energy used when a force moves an object (p. 416)

5 True/False questions

  1. ElectricityThe speed and direction of an object's motion (p. 409)

          

  2. MachineA device that changes the direction or the amount of
    effort needed to do work (p. 426)

          

  3. AccelerationThe tendency of an object to resist a change in motion (p.
    420)

          

  4. Newton's Third
    Law of Motion
    An object at rest will stay at rest until another object
    acts upon it, and an object moving in a straight line at a
    constant speed will continue to move in a straight line at a
    constant speed until a net force acts upon it (inertia)

          

  5. MagnetismA device that changes the direction or the amount of
    effort needed to do work (p. 426)