Physics
posted by Hannah on .
Hi, I had some questions about Physics and Newton’s Three Laws of Motion and was wondering if someone could possibly help me. Some of the questions I wasn’t sure about the answers.
#1 Write out in words what “acceleration ~ net force” means.
My Answer: I think it means that acceleration is directly proportional to net force.
#2 True or False: On Earth the mass and weight of an object are the same.
My answer: False
#3 In space, would an object with a weight of 20 Newtons or an object with a mass of 2 kilograms have more Inertia?
My Answer: They would have the same inertia or
The object with a mass of 2 kilograms (I wasn’t sure.)
#4 True or False: For the same net force on an object, less mass means more acceleration.
My Answer: False
#5 True or False: The quantity 1/10 is less than the quantity 1/100. WHY?
My Answer: False, both quantities are the same?! (I was really confused by this question.)
#6 True or False: All freefalling objects have the same force/mass ratio and undergo the same acceleration at the same location.
My Answer: False
Thank you guys so much. I have a huge test over this next week and I still don’t think I’ve grasped the whole idea behind all of these concepts. Physics isn’t my best subject and if anyone knows any good websites that can help me out, I would really appreciate it.
Thank You So much Again Hannah

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