The quiz and the flashcards are based off of the worksheet that my teacher handed out to everybody in my class. If you are having a quiz on this than feel free to use this. Also, not all of the questions are on here.
Newton's first law of motion is also known as the law of [blank_start]inertia[blank_end].
A. An object that is NOT MOVING, or is at [blank_start]rest[blank_end] will stay at rest AND
B. An object that IS MOVING will keep moving with constant [blank_start]velocity[blank_end] which means at the same [blank_start]speed[blank_end] and in the same [blank_start]direction[blank_end] UNLESS an [blank_start]unbalanced[blank_end] force acts on that object.
Newton's second law of motion is also known as the law of [blank_start]F=ma[blank_end]
Newton's second law says that when an [blank_start]unbalanced[blank_end] force is applied to a [blank_start]mass[blank_end] it causes it to [blank_start]accelerate[blank_end].
The greater the force that is applied, the [blank_start]greater[blank_end] the acceleration.
The lesser the force that is applied, the [blank_start]lesser[blank_end] the acceleration.
If the same force is applied to an object with a large mass, it will have a [blank_start]large[blank_end] acceleration.
If the same force is applied to an object with a small mass it will have a [blank_start]small[blank_end] acceleration.
Newton's third law of motion is also known as the LAW of [blank_start]action and reaction[blank_end]
action and reaction
Newton's third law says that every time there is an [blank_start]action[blank_end] force, there is also a [blank_start]reaction[blank_end] force that is [blank_start]equal[blank_end] in size and acts in the [blank_start]opposite[blank_end] direction.
Newton's third law states that forces must ALWAYS occur in [blank_start]paits[blank_end]