Jalen B.

Which statement illustrates Newton's first law?

a. A stone will not move unless something pushes or pulls it

b. A ball rolling across the floor eventually slows down.

c. As a car comes to a stop, the passengers continue to move forward

d. All of the above

d. All of the above

Which object has the greatest inertia?

a. A tennis ball

b. A bowling ball

c. A beach ball

d. A volleyball

b. A bowling ball

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What force causes a skater sliding on the ice to gradually slow down?

a. A balanced force

b. Inertia

c. Friction

d. Acceleration

c. Friction

A seat belt helps you when your car stops suddenly by providing a(n)

a. Balanced forward force.

b. Unbalanced forward force.

c. Balanced backward force.

d. Unbalanced backward force.

d. Unbalanced backward force

One newton is the force that can give a mass of 1 kg an acceleration of

a. 1 m/s

b. 9.8 m/s

c. 1 m/s^{2}

d. 9.8 m/s2

d. 9.8 m/s 2 (squared)

Which of the following will result in the greater acceleration?

a. 56 N acting on a 1-kg box

b. 56 N acting on a 2-kg box

c. 23 N acting on a 2-kg box

d. 23 N acting on a 5-kg box

a. 56 N acting on a 1-kg box

What unbalanced force is needed to give a 976 kg behicle an acceleration of 2.50 m/s (squared)?

a. 3.90 x 10(2) N

b. 3.90 x 10(2) lb

c. 2.44 x 10(3) N

d. 2.44 x 10(3) lb

c. 2.44 x 10(3) N

A force of 240 N causes an object to accelerate at 3.2 m/s (2). what is the mass of the object

a. 0.013

b. 75 kg

c. 240 kg

d. 768kg

b. 75 kg

A 0.25 kg steel ball experiences a net force of 1.15 N as it rolls down a ramp. What is the acceleration of the ball?

a. 0.29m/s(2)

b. 0.9 m/s(2)

c. 1.4 m/s(2)

d. 4.6 m/s (2)

d. 4.6 m/s(2)

If an equal force is applied to two cars of equal mass, Car A and Car B, Car A will have (Blank) acceleration as (than) Car B.

a. The same

b. Greater

c. Less

d. The opposite

a. The same

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