# Ch 11.2 Force And Mass Determine Acceleration.

20 Questions | Total Attempts: 171  Settings  Complete the following with your shoulder partner.

• 1.
(page 353)  Gather 15 paper clips and a string and complete the assignment "How are force and acceleration related?"  Answer both the "What do you think?"
• 2.
Write down Newton's second law.
• 3.
What three concepts are involved in Newton's second law?
• 4.
(354)  What do the arrows represent in the drawings?
• 5.
Write down the formula for calculating newton's second law
• 6.
The unit representing force is the __________?
• 7.
Solve this problem.  An object having a 5 kg mass and 4m/s2 acceleration will have ______ N force.
• 8.
Solve this problem An object with 30kg mass and 7 m/s2 acceleration will have _____ N force.
• 9.
Solve this problem.  An object with 30000g mass and 5m/s2 will have ____N force.
• 10.
Solve this problem.  An object with a force of 20 N and having an acceleration of 10 m/s2 will have _____kg mass.
• 11.
Solve this problem. An object with a force of 30 N and having an accerleration of 3 m/s2 will have a _______kg mass.
• 12.
Solve this problem.  An object with a Force of 20N and a mass of 2kg will have _____ m/s2 of acceleration.
• 13.
If the same force is applied to objects of different mass, which object will have the greater acceleration?
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(357)  Forces can change the ______ of motion.
• 15.
Any ______ that keeps an object moving in a circle is known as a centripetal force.
• 16.
Write down the definition of centripetal force.
• 17.
If the forces acting upon an object is increased, what happens to the objects acceleration?
• 18.
How does the mass of an object affect its acceleration?
• 19.
What force keeps and object moving in a circle?
• 20.
Carlos pushes a 3kg box with a force of 9N.  THe force of friction o nthe box is 3N in the opposite direction.  What is the acceleration on the box?
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