Newton’s Laws Quiz Name: Date: Match the correct law with the example given. A = 1st Law of Motion B = 2nd Law of Motion C = 3rd Law of Motion 1. __________ The acceleration of an object is in direct proportion of the mass of the object and the force applied to it. (F=MA) 2. __________ An object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion in a straight line at a constant velocity unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. 3. __________ Whenever one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts a force which is equal and opposite to the first object. 4. __________ You can pull a piece of paper out from under a coin because the penny has a tendency to stay where it is. 5. __________ When you let air out of a balloon attached to a straw, the air goes one way and the straw goes in the opposite direction. 6. __________ When you step on the gas pedal really hard and your head hits the back of the seat. 7. __________ Playing a game of pool. 8. __________ Accelerating a car. 9. __________ Car suddenly stops and you strain are pushed against the seat belt. 10. __________ A marble rolling along a path until a piece of the path is removed and the marble takes a new path. 11. __________ Hitting a baseball, the harder the hit, the faster the ball goes. 12. __________ The difficulty of pushing a heavy box of books with your toes. 13. __________ A magician pulling a tablecloth out from under a set of dishes. 14. __________ A balloon flies forward as the air quickly escapes out the back of the balloon. 15. __________ Hitting a volleyball with your arms compared to hitting a football the same way with your arms. 16. __________ Soccer ball sits on the field. 17. __________ Train needs more room to stop than a car. 18. __________ A baseball hit with a wooden bat flies farther than a baseball hit with a plastic bat.
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