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Physical Science: Newton's Laws Quiz

Description: Newton's LawOfMotionEquation quiz.
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Which scientist developed three laws to explain the relationship between force and motion?

  1. Sir Isaac Newton

  2. Albert Einstein

  3. Michael Faraday

  4. Niels Bohr


Correct Option: A

Which law states an object at rest stays at rest unless it experiences an unbalanced force?

  1. Newton's 4th Law

  2. Newton's 3rd Law

  3. Newton's 2nd Law

  4. Newton's 1st Law


Correct Option: D

What is another name for Newton's 1st Law of Motion?

  1. Law of Forces

  2. Law of Inertia

  3. Law of Resistance

  4. Law of Acceleration


Correct Option: B

What term describes the tendency of all objects to resist a change in motion?

  1. stationary

  2. acceleration

  3. inertia

  4. net force


Correct Option: C

Which law states that objects exert an equal and opposite force on each other?

  1. Newton's 1st Law

  2. Newton's 2nd Law

  3. Newton's 3rd Law

  4. Newton's 4th Law


Correct Option: C

Which equation expresses Newton's 2nd Law?

  1. s = d ÷ t

  2. F = ma

  3. a = (v2 - v1) ÷ t

  4. M = fa


Correct Option: B

Which law states, acceleration depends on an object's mass & the amount of force applied to it?

  1. Newton's 1st Law

  2. Newton's 2nd Law

  3. Newton's 3rd Law

  4. Newton's 4th Law


Correct Option: B

The 1st law also states: an object in motion stays in motion at the same velocity unless _____.

  1. it experiences an unbalanced force

  2. it experiences a balanced force

  3. it experiences acceleration

  4. it experiences and increase in size


Correct Option: A

T/F: Newton's 1st Law means that a table will not move unless a force is applied to it.

  1. TRUE

  2. FALSE


Correct Option: A

Newton's 3rd Law can be summarized as:

  1. motion requires an unbalanced force

  2. acceleration requires force & mass

  3. all forces act in pairs

  4. all forces act alone


Correct Option: C
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