Which law states that the total momentum does not change when it is transferred

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The law of conservation states that the total momentum does not
change when it is transferred.

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All objects change velocity as they move toward earth at a rate of 9.8 ms2 due to which factor of gravity

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acceleration

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A desk weighs 500 N with gravity applying that force downward If you apply 275 N upward force and a friend helping you applies 275 N upward force what is the net force applied

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50 N upward

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Force can be calculated as pressure x area Which of the following will produce the most force

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10 p over 10 m2

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What creates the lift that allows gliders to fly

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Unequal Pressure

The aircraft's wing is shaped so that the air passing over the
wing moves faster than the air under the wing causing a positive
pressure differential, thus creating lift. In simpler terms, it is
the air moving above the wing, not below the wing, that causes
lift.

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What will happen if too much tension force is exerted on a spring

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the spring will snap

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Which fundamental force contributes to pressure in both water and the atmosphere

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gravity

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What is the method used to produce nuclear energy in power plants

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nuclear fission

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What best describes thermal energy

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energy of molecular motion

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For which of these would the buoyant force of air be greatest a bird hotair ballon an airplane

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it would be the same for all

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Which of these is a type of drag force turbulence tension thrust and compression

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turbulence

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What following objects has the greatest density in grams

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50 gram object that is 25 cm

³

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What would be the change in velocity for a 10 gram object dropped from the roof of a 20 meter building if it takes 2 seconds to reach the ground Hint acceleration due to gravity is 98 ms²

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In two seconds of fall, the speed increases 19.6 meters (64.4
feet) per second.

The magnitude of velocity increases by that amount, while the
direction of velocity

doesn't change.

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What is the si unit for pressure which is equal to 1 n exerted over 1m 2

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That unit has the special name "pascal".

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Which law states that the total momentum does not change when it is transferred

The law of conservation states that the total momentum does not
change when it is transferred.

All objects change velocity as they move toward earth at a rate of 9.8 ms2 due to which factor of gravity

acceleration

A desk weighs 500 N with gravity applying that force downward If you apply 275 N upward force and a friend helping you applies 275 N upward force what is the net force applied

50 N upward

Force can be calculated as pressure x area Which of the following will produce the most force

10 p over 10 m2

What creates the lift that allows gliders to fly

Unequal Pressure

The aircraft's wing is shaped so that the air passing over the
wing moves faster than the air under the wing causing a positive
pressure differential, thus creating lift. In simpler terms, it is
the air moving above the wing, not below the wing, that causes
lift.

What will happen if too much tension force is exerted on a spring

the spring will snap

Which fundamental force contributes to pressure in both water and the atmosphere

gravity

What is the method used to produce nuclear energy in power plants

nuclear fission

What best describes thermal energy

energy of molecular motion

For which of these would the buoyant force of air be greatest a bird hotair ballon an airplane

it would be the same for all

Which of these is a type of drag force turbulence tension thrust and compression

turbulence

What following objects has the greatest density in grams

50 gram object that is 25 cm

³

What would be the change in velocity for a 10 gram object dropped from the roof of a 20 meter building if it takes 2 seconds to reach the ground Hint acceleration due to gravity is 98 ms²

In two seconds of fall, the speed increases 19.6 meters (64.4
feet) per second.

The magnitude of velocity increases by that amount, while the
direction of velocity

doesn't change.

What is the si unit for pressure which is equal to 1 n exerted over 1m 2

Force can be calculated as pressure x area Which of the following will produce the most force

Brittney can run 100 meters in 12 seconds at a constant speed What is her speed in meters per second

An airplane flying from Los Angeles to New York is traveling at a velocity of 1200 kilometers per hour east There is a tail wind with a velocity of 60 kilometers per hour east What is the resultant

Resultant velocity is calculated using which two math functions

A desk weighs 500 N with gravity applying that force downward If you apply 275 N upward force and a friend helping you applies 275 N upward force what is the net force applied

Which type of force is exerted on the support ropes of a hammock when you lie in it

What creates the lift that allows gliders to fly

What term describes an energy resource that can be used up

Which law states that the total momentum does not change when it is transferred

A desk weighs 500 N with gravity applying that force downward If you apply 275 N upward force and a friend helping you applies 275 N upward force what is the net force applied

What most influences whether or not an object will float

Which type of force is exerted on the support ropes of a hammock when you lie in it

A jogger runs at an average speed of 5 ms for 3 minutes then finishes with an average speed of 4 ms for 2 minutes What is his average speed in ms for the run

All objects change velocity as they move toward earth at a rate of 9.8 ms2 due to which factor of gravity

Force can be calculated as pressure x area Which of the following will produce the most force

What does the law of conservation of energy explain

A desk weighs 500 N with gravity applying that force downward If you apply 275 N upward force and a friend helping you applies 275 N upward force what is the net force applied

Speed is calculated by distance over what other factor

Brittney can run 100 meters in 12 seconds at a constant speed What is her speed in meters per second