# Newton's Law Quizzes & Trivia

Do you love physics? Today, almost no fan of physics, big or small, has gotten by without hearing of Sir Isaac Newton and his laws of physics. He actually has laws of motion, but many people consider it “laws of physics”. The first law says that an object will stay at rest unless an external force acts upon it, in which case the object will change its motion due to the external force.

Can you name his second and third laws of motion and where they apply in the world of physics? If you really think you are an expert on the matter, see just how much information you know by taking one of our many quizzes and seeing how well you do!
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Newton’s three laws of motion are some of the most highly regarded scientific discoveries to date, but how much do you know about how they actually define the way motion works? Take this quiz to see how much you truly...

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How long will an object remain at rest, according to Newton's First Law of Motion?    Isaac Newton is known as the father of physic and is known for the three laws of motion. The law generally describes what happens to an object when force is exerted to it. How well did you know the three laws and how they are...

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1.Every action or force upon an object must have an equal and _________________ reaction.     Sample quiz for Newton's laws of motion and free-body diagrams.

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When analyzing dynamics problems, free-body diagrams     Isaac Newton was a renowned and revered physicist and mathematician who evolved the principles of the law of gravitation. He developed the three laws of motion. The following quiz will test your conceptual understanding and test...

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If the weight of a hot air balloon is 3000N and the lift force provided is 3300N, what is the net force acting on the balloon?    Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 472   |  Last updated: Aug 28, 2020
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A student wants to set up an experiment to determine the effect of a net force on an object’s acceleration. To do this, she should     Topics Related
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## Newtons Law Questions & Answers

Which statement would be true if a person is measured on the moon, and on Earth?
There is something called the rule of matter in science. Matter cannot be created or destroyed. Now, provided that the person is not decaying in space or on earth and is alive on the other, the mass in this person would remain the exact same. This me
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 answer to this question is one of many answers that could possibly lead to the conclusion of this question; with my keen knowledge of this topic i have concluded that the answer is not A,B,C, nor could it be D; it determines where this "van&
Which one travels faster?
The blue bumper car, the blue one, blue, blue bumper car, blue car, Blue bumper
Which Newton Laws describes the amount of force applied to accelerate an objects mass?
This would be Newton’s second law of motion. It is the amount of force applied to an object to make its mass accelerate. It basically means that something at rest will stay at rest unless it is acted upon. This is why people find it easy to sta
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