# Newton's Three Laws And Gravitation: Quiz!

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• 1.
Which one of Newtons Laws states "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction"?
• A.

First Law

• B.

Second Law

• C.

Third Law

• D.

Law of Gravitation

• 2.
Which one of Newton's Laws describes the relationship between Mass, Acceleration, and Force?
• A.

First Law

• B.

Second Law

• C.

Third Law

• D.

Law of Gravitation

• 3.
Which one of Newton's Laws deals with Inertia?
• A.

First Law

• B.

Second Law

• C.

Third Law

• D.

Law of Gravitation

• 4.
The Law of Gravitation states:
• A.

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction

• B.

Force is the product of Mass and Acceleration

• C.

Every object pulls on every other object

• D.

Objects in motion stay in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.

• 5.
Inertia is:
• A.

The tendency of an object to resist changes in motion

• B.

The amount of matter in an object

• C.

The distance an object will travel if affected by an unbalanced force

• D.

The result of adding all of the forces acting on an object

• 6.
Unbalanced forces are:
• A.

A non-zero net force.

• B.

What happens when all forces acting on an object cancel each other out and the object does not move.

• C.

The force that resists motion.

• D.

The tendency of an object to resist changes in motion

• 7.
Friction happens when:
• A.

Two objects slide across each other

• B.

An object falls through the air

• C.

Wheels on a car roll on the pavement

• D.

All of the above

• 8.
With modern technology, friction can be totally eliminated.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 9.
Friction can be a good thing when:
• A.

You add oil to an engine to reduce wear and tear.

• B.

• C.

You sand an object to reduce the rough spots.

• D.

You add bearings to a wheel to make it roll smoother.

• 10.
If Joe pushes a box to the left with 20n of force, and Sally pushes the box to the right with 15n of force, the box will:
• A.

Not move.

• B.

Move towards the right with 5n of force.

• C.

Move towards the left with 5n of force.

• D.

Move towards the left with 35n of force.