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Newton's First Law is also known as
1. The Law of Velocity.
2. The Law of Gravity.
3. The Law of Inertia.
4. The Law of Conservation.
5. The Law of the Land.
Continuing Education Military
What gas law explains altitude-induced decompression sickness?
1. Boyle's Law
2. Henry's Law
3. Charles's Law
4. Dalton's Law
Indicate the correct spelling.
1. son in law
2. son-in-law
3. son in-law
4. son in lawe
What is the executive branch's job?
1. to break laws
2. to enforce laws
3. to make laws
4. to execute laws
Burger King making more Whoppers because the price of Whoppers went up \$2 is an example of:
1. Law of demand
2. Law of deflation
3. Law of elasticity
4. Law of supply
The main job of Congress is to:
1. Interprate Laws
2. Break Laws
3. Make Laws
4. Enforce Laws
The Legislative branch of the government
1. interprets the law
2. enforces the law
3. writes the law
4. controls the law
Newton's law of motion that describes action-reaction pairs is the
1. first law.
2. second law.
3. third law.
4. law of gravity.
Principle that the law applies to everyone, even those who govern.
1. Rule of Law
2. Types of Law
3. Criminal Law
4. Justinian Law
Newton's Third Law of Motion is also called the                    .
1. law of inertia
2. law of momentum
3. law of velocity
4. law of acceleration
Indicate the correct spelling.
1. brother-in-laws
2. brotheres-in-law
3. brothers-in-law
4. brouthers-in-law
College Magnetism and Electricity
"Like charges repel and unlike charges attract" relates to what law?
1. Ohm's Law
2. Coulomb's Law
4. Newton's Law
Mirrors work on the principle of                   .
1. Law of diffraction
2. Law of reflection
3. Law of refraction
4. Law of dispersion