# Newton's Laws Of Motion 11-13

49 Questions | Total Attempts: 505  Settings  This is as assessment of students understanding as it relates to Newton's law of motion.

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• 1.

• A.

There was grease on the dashboard

• B.

A supernatural force took over.

• C.

Air resistance made the book move backward.

• D.

• 2.
The amount of force needed to move an object is measured in...
• A.

Newtons

• B.

Kilometers

• C.

Seconds

• D.

Grams

• 3.
• A.

The blocks will move, Newton's 2nd law

• B.

The blocks will move, Newton's 1st law

• C.

The blocks will not move, Newton's 3rd law

• D.

The blocks will not move, Newton's 2nd law

• 4.
• A.

The canoe will move in the direction of the black arrow.

• B.

The canoe will remain in the same position.

• C.

The canoe will run into the dock.

• D.

The canoe will move in the direction of the white arrow.

• 5.
This picture demonstrates one of Newton's laws, which one is it?
• A.

1st

• B.

2nd

• C.

3rd

• 6.
How long will an object remain at rest, according to Newton's First Law of Motion?
• A.

It can't rest.

• B.

Until noon.

• C.

Until an unbalanced force occurs.

• D.

As long as there are unbalanced forces acting on it.

• 7.
A person is measured on the moon, and on Earth.  Which statement would be true?
• A.

The person's mass on Earth would be double on the moon.

• B.

The person's mass on the the moon, would be twice that on Earth.

• C.

The person would have mass on Earth but not on the moon.

• D.

The mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth.

• 8.
For every ________ there is an equal and opposite _____________.
• A.

Action, reaction

• B.

Reaction, action

• C.

Action, action

• D.

Reaction, reaction

• 9.
How can you tell if an object is in motion?
• A.

The object will look different.

• B.

You'll be able to see the forces.

• C.

It will remain in the same position.

• D.

It's position will change in relation to other objects.

• 10.
Blue bumper car, traveling east with a force of 100 N, runs into a yellow bumper car traveling west with a force of 300 N.  Because the net force will be -200 N. one of the cars will be pushed backwards.  Which one?
• A.

Yellow Bumper Car

• B.

Blue Bumper Car

• C.

Both Cars

• 11.
A person is measured on the moon and on Earth.  Which statement would be true?
• A.

The mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, but the weight would be more on Earth than it is on the moon.

• B.

The mass and weight would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, because mass is another name for weight.

• C.

The weight would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, and the mass would be more on the moon than it is on Earth.

• D.

The mass would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth, but the weight would be more on the moon than it is on Earth.

• 12.
What is inertia?
• A.

The opposing force of gravity.

• B.

Another name for unbalanced forces.

• C.

The tendency of an object to continue doing what it is currently doing.

• 13.
Gravity and magnetism are examples of what kind of forces?
• A.

Momentum

• B.

Contact

• C.

Frictional

• D.

Non-contact

• 14.
Why is it harder to push a van filled with bowling balls than it is to push van filled with basketballs?
• A.

The mass of the car is greater than the mass of the basketball.

• B.

The mass of the bowling balls is greater than the mass of the basketballs.

• C.

The van with the basketballs is bigger than the van with the bowling balls.

• D.

It should be equally as hard to push the two vans.

• 15.
Which of Newton's Laws is demonstrated by a ball rolling to a wall then stopping?
• A.

Newton's First Law

• B.

Newton's Second Law

• C.

Newton's Third Law

• 16.
Which of Newton's Laws describes the amount of force applied to accelerate an object's mass?
• A.

Newton's First Law

• B.

Newton's Second Law

• C.

Newton's Third Law

• D.

Newton's Fourth Law

• 17.
Why do you lean towards the left when a car turns right?
• A.

Because of buoyancy

• B.

Because of gravity

• C.

Because of inertia

• D.

Because of velocity

• 18.
Why is it difficult to scoot a bed from one end of the room to the other?
• A.

Gravity

• B.

Momentum

• C.

Deceleration

• D.

Friction

• 19.
• A.

Inertia

• B.

Mass

• C.

Acceleration

• D.

Force

• 20.
• A.

Acceleration

• B.

Friction

• C.

Gravity

• D.

Mass

• 21.
• A.

Gravity

• B.

Magnetism

• C.

Electrical force

• D.

Air resistance

• 22.
• A.

8.9 m/s2

• B.

16 m/s2

• C.

9.8 m/s2

• D.

12.2 m/s2

• 23.
• A.

3

• B.

2

• C.

1

• D.

0

• 24.
• A.

Change in speed

• B.

Speed up

• C.

Slow down

• D.

None of these

• 25.
• A.

Mass

• B.

Weight

• C.

Gravity

• D.

Inertia