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  • Jeopardy

  • QUESTION:

    The amount of matter an object has is its __________________.

    ANSWER:

    Mass

  • QUESTION:

    ______________ happens when an objects speed or direction changes.

    ANSWER:

    Acceleration

  • QUESTION:

    The tendency of an object to keep moving or remain at rest is called ________________.

    ANSWER:

    Inertia

  • QUESTION:

    A 4 kilogram object moving at 4 meters per second squared has a force of ______________.

    ANSWER:

    16 Newtons

  • QUESTION:

    An object hits a wall with a force of 40 Newtons and an acceleration of 8 meters per second squared, its mass is __________ kilograms.

    ANSWER:

    5

  • QUESTION:

    We use this law to measure force.

    ANSWER:

    Newtons Second Law

  • QUESTION:

    This law is about objects in motion and at rest.

    ANSWER:

    Newtons First Law

  • QUESTION:

    This law explains why people who do not wear their seatbelts crash into the windshield during car accidents.

    ANSWER:

    Newtons First Law

  • QUESTION:

    To calculate pressure you should know _________________.

    ANSWER:

    Weight and Area

  • QUESTION:

    As the weight of an object increases, the pressure on the objectusually ________________.

    ANSWER:

    Increases

  • QUESTION:

    If the weight is spread over a large area, the pressure usually ___________.

    ANSWER:

    Decreases

  • QUESTION:

    If the weight of an object doubles and the area it covers doubles, then the pressure exerted _______________.

    ANSWER:

    Remains the same

  • QUESTION:

    A 100 pound girl spreads all her weight evenly on a brick with an area of 10 square inches. The pressure in pounds per square inch is _______________.

    ANSWER:

    10

  • QUESTION:

    The speed and direction of an object is its _______________.

    ANSWER:

    Velocity

  • QUESTION:

    In an experiment, the group that tests our hypothesis is the _______________ group.

    ANSWER:

    Experimental

  • QUESTION:

    We make a good prediction during this stage.

    ANSWER:

    Hypothesis

  • QUESTION:

    We decide if our hypothesis is correct during this stage.

    ANSWER:

    Conclusion

  • QUESTION:

    We use our senses to determine a problem during this stage.

    ANSWER:

    Observation

  • QUESTION:

    We test the hypothesis during this stage.

    ANSWER:

    Experiment

  • QUESTION:

    In an experiment, the comparison group is the ____________ group.

    ANSWER:

    Control

  • QUESTION:

    The resistance to motion is ______________.

    ANSWER:

    Friction

  • QUESTION:

    _______________ is a push or pull.

    ANSWER:

    Force

  • QUESTION:

    The force that pulls towards the center of the earth is called_____________.

    ANSWER:

    Gravity

  • QUESTION:

    Who was the scientist that gave us the laws of motion? (Full Name)

    ANSWER:

    Sir Issac Newton

  • QUESTION:

    Which laws says that force is equal to mass times acceleration? ANSWER:

    Newtons Second Law of Motion

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