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Title: Welcome to Keyboarding JEOPARDY

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Welcome to Keyboarding JEOPARDY
KEYBOARDING
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Newtons Laws
Vertical forces
Forces General

friction
Horizontal forces
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Final Jeopardy Question
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Newtons Laws 100 pts
The ability of an object to resist the change In
its motion
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What is Inertia
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Newtons laws 200 pts
An object in motion will stay in motion and an
object at rest will remain at rest unless acted
on by an outside force?
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Newtons 1st law 200 pts
What is newtons first law?
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Newtons laws 300 pts
If an object twice as large as another object
collides with that object the force exerted on
the larger object will be (larger, smaller , or
the same)
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Newtons laws 300 pts
The Same
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Newtons laws 400pts
An object three times as large as another object
collides with a smaller object, the smaller
object has _________ the amount of acceleration
as the larger one.
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Three times as much
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Newtons laws 500 pts
A person in space can move to a certain location
by doing what?
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Throwing an object in the opposite Direction one
wants to move
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Vertical forces 100pts
If a rockets mass is 2kg and it has A thrust of
100 N, what is its acceleration?
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Vertical forces 100 pts
80 N
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Vertical Forces 200 pts
What is the net force on a 1kg Balloon that has
an upward acceleration Of 4 m/s2
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4N
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Vertical forces 300 pts
What two situations can occur in an elevator in
order for a persons apparent weight to increase?
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Vertical Forces 300 pts
An elevator accelerates going upward And an
elevator de-accelerates going down
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Vertical forces 400
What is the apparent weight of a Person whos
mass is 600kg and is accelerating Up an elevator
at 4m/s/s (g10m/s/s)
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3600 N
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Vertical forces 500 pts
What is the thrust of a 50kg rocket if it is
accelerating at 2m/s/s
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Our Solar System 500 pts Answer
600 N
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Horizontal forces 100 pts
What is the net force of on a 4000 kg car that is
slowing down at 5m/s/s?
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20,000 N
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Horizontal Forces 200pts
What is the acceleration of a 2kg object that
has an applied force of 6000N trying to overcome
4000N Of friction?
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1000 m/s/s
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Horizontal Forces 300pts
What is the net force on an object That has an
applied force of 50N and is Moving to the right
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Zero
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Horizontal Forces 400 pts
What is the force that opposes motion?
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Friction
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Horizontal Forces 500 pts
A 10 kg object accelerates at 40m/s/s, an Has an
applied for of 700 N acting on it. What is the
force of friction?
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300 N
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forces general 100 pts
What does inertia depend on?
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An objects mass
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forces general 200 pts
What is the upward support force called That is
always perpendicular to a surface?
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Normal Force
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forces general 300 pts
A push or a pull?
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Force of Gravity 300 pts Answer
What is a force
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forces general 400 pts
The unit of force
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What is a Newton?
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Forces general 500 pts
A representation of forces acting on an object?
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Free body diagram
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Friction 100 pts
What two things does friction depend on?
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Mass Type of materials in contact
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friction 200 pts
Constant that is determined from The type of
materials rubbing together
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Coefficient of friction
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friction 300 pts
What is the coefficient of friction of an 4kg
object moving at a steady speed with constant
force of 20N?
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.5
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friction 400 pts
An 1kg object moving at 32m/s comes to rest in
4s, what is the coefficient of friction between
the object and the floor
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.8
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friction 500 pts
Which is greater static or sliding friction?
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