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.
The answer is C. 6 m/s2
If a force of 12 N is applied to an object with a mass of 2 kg, the object will accelerate at 6 m/s2.
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The product of an object’s mass and velocity is its
A. centripetal force.
C. net force.
Momentum is the product of an object's velocity and its mass.
momentum = mass x velocity or
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As an astronaut travels far away from Earth, her weight
A. decreases because gravity decreases.
B. decreases because her mass decreases.
C. increases because gravity increases.
D. remains the same because her mass remains the same.
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Figure 9 on page 362 shows various motions of balls. The curved path followed by the yellow ball B in picture B is an example of ____.
A. centripetal motion.
B. constant motion.
C. linear motion.
D. projectile motion.
the yellow ball B in picture B is an example of ____.B. constant motion.Auto answered|Score 1|juanlig|Points 30|User:
The centripetal force acting on a satellite in orbit
A. acts as an unbalanced force on the satellite.
B. changes the direction of the satellite.
C. is a center-directed force.
D. all of the above
The centripetal force acting on a satellite in orbit - all of the above.
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The SI unit of force is the
The SI unit of force is the D. newton. Auto answered|Score .8667|sujaysen|Points 3841|User:
What is the momentum of a 50-kilogram ice skater gliding across the ice at a speed of 5 m/s?
B. 500 kg•m/s
C. 50 kg
D. 250 kg•m/s
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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.
An orange might roll off your cafeteria tray when you stop suddenly because of the orange's inertia.Auto answered|Score .8789|wisbest|Points 1952|User:
When a pair of balanced forces acts on an object, the net force that results is
A. greater in size than both forces combined.
B. greater in size than one of the forces.
C. equal in size to one of the forces.
D. equal to zero.
... (most reach their ideal size in about one ... by a force equal to the weight of the displaced fluid." Buoyancy and gravity are opposing forces. [ An object ... www.ehow.com/science-projects/
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