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The pulling force that holds you on Earth is called           gravity          .
The force that pulls any two objects toward each other is
1. gravity
2. length
3. volume
4. weight
Who is the scientist that developed the three laws of motion?
1. Alexander Graham Bell
2. Benjamin Franklin
3. Sir Isaac Newton
4. Sir Smith Scott
A space shuttle started launching into space. It used a lot of force to fly up toward space. In which direction was the opposite force going?
1. up
2. down
3. left
4. right
There are 4 pennies in line between two rulers. Daniel flicks a penny into the first one in the line of pennies. Which penny should slide out?
1. The first penny
2. The last penny
3. The middle pennies
4. None of the pennies
You can change the position or direction of motion of an object by pushing it or pulling it.
1. True
2. False
Name an invisible force.
1. Gravity
2. Friction
3. Air resistance
4. All of the above
The idea that an object in motion will stay in motion unless an unbalanced force acts upon it.
1. work
2. inertia
3. gravity
4. kinetic energy
A measure of the pull of gravity on objects.
1. gravity
2. volume
3. weight
A pulling force between two objects.
1. length
2. metric system
3. gravity
A roller coaster car goes up and down because it is moved by
1. force
2. gravity
3. inertia
4. friction
What determines how much something weighs?
1. pull of gravity
2. amount of mass
3. where it stays on Earth
4. None of these
Speed        and             direction            describe an object in motion.
Objects can be the same size but weigh differently.
1. True
2. False
The force of gravity is what pulls a roller coaster car to the earth.
1. True
2. False
The rate of change in distance an object travels in a given time describes its                   .
1. position
2. speed
3. frame of reference
4. energy
The force of gravity pushes objects away from the center of the earth.
1. True
2. False
How many laws of motion are there?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4