1. | Your weight is |
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2. | Science that deals with the study of matter, energy and their interactions. |
3. | The SI unit of force. (complete word) |
4. | Collision where colliding objects collide without lasting deformation or generation of heat. |
5. | Collision where colliding objects collide with lasting deformation and generation of heat. |
6. | These are the numbers that carry meaning contributing to the precision of a measurement. |
7. | It is the shape of a projectile's trajectory. |
8. | The part of the vector that lies on the x-axis. |
9. | It is a measure of how fast an object moves fast. |
10. | How many millimeters are there in one centimeter? |
11. | It is a measure of how fast an object moves. |
12. | It is the slope of a distance versus time graph. |
13. | An object weights 30 N on Earth. A second object weighs 30 N on the moon. Which has the greater mass? |
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14. | It is the path followed by a projectile. |
15. | Law stating that the acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the force and inversely proportional to mass.Law of __________. |
16. | A quantity that can be described as having magnitude only. |
17. | A quantity that is equal to the change in momentum. |
18. | A quantity that can be described as having both magnitude and direction. |
19. | Comparison of a quantity to a standard. |
20. | Law stating that for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.Law of _________. (ONE WORD) |
21. | It is inertia in motion. |
22. | It is the sum of two or more vectors. |
23. | Quantity that is a combination of 2 or more fundamental quantities. |
24. | When the acceleration of a falling object is 9.8 m/s^{2} it is in ________. |
25. | When the net force is equal to zero the system is in ______. |
26. | It is the slope of a velocity versus time graph. |
27. | A sheet of paper can be withdrawn from under a container of milk without toppling it if the paper is jerked quickly. This best demonstrates that |
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28. | Tendency of an object to resist changes in its state of motion. |
29. | Any object that moves through air or space under the influence of gravity. |
30. | A vector with a magnitude of one and whose only purpose is to point direction. |