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Q: The forces acting on a falling leaf are A. air resistance and fluid friction. B. gravity and air resistance. C. gravity and static friction. D. weight and rolling friction.
A: The forces acting on a falling leaf are : B. gravity and air resistance.
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User: The forces acting on a falling leaf are A. air resistance and fluid friction. B. gravity and air resistance. C. gravity and static friction. D. weight and rolling friction.

Weegy: The forces acting on a falling leaf are : B. gravity and air resistance.
sujaysen|Points 2628|

User: Figure 12-1 shows the motion of three balls. The curved paths followed by balls B and C are examples of A. centripetal motion. B. constant motion. C. linear motion. D. projectile motion.

User: An orange might roll off your cafeteria tray when you stop suddenly because of A. the balanced forces acting on the orange. B. the centripetal force acting on the orange. C. the friction forces acting on the orange. D. the orange’s inertia.

Weegy: An orange might roll off your cafeteria tray when you stop suddenly because of which of the following? 4. the orange?s inertia.
bongche|Points 3135|

User: If a force of 12 N is applied to an object with a mass of 2 kg, the object will accelerate at A. 0.17 m/s2. B. 24 m/s2. C. 6 m/s2. D. 12 m/s2.

Weegy: The answer is 6 m/s2.
rachell028|Points 822|

User: Your weight equals your A. mass. B. mass divided by the net force acting on you. C. mass times the acceleration due to gravity. D. mass times your speed.

User: Newton’s third law of motion describes A. action and reaction forces. B. balanced forces. C. centripetal forces. D. net force.

User: In which of the following are action and reaction forces involved? A. when a tennis racket strikes a tennis ball B. when stepping from a curb C. when rowing a boat D. all of the above

Weegy: D. all of the above
mythmoh|Points 5319|

User: The product of an object’s mass and velocity is its A. centripetal force. B. momentum. C. net force. D. weight.

User: What is the momentum of a 50-kilogram ice skater gliding across the ice at a speed of 5 m/s? A. 10 B. 500 kg•m/s C. 50 kg D. 250 kg•m/s

Weegy: D. 250 kg?m/s
kathryn37|Points 0|

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