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1Objects fall toward earth at a rate of 9.8 m/s^2 because of ______________

2According to ________________________________ momentum lost equals momentum gained.


3The force keeping a ball on a string moving in a circle is _________________________.

4Anything that's thrown or shot through the air is ___________________________.

5Momentum is a property a moving object has because of its ____________________ and velocity.

  • laws of motion -

    There are a large number of words which fit.
    1. The mass of the Earth
    2. law of conservation of momentum
    3. tension
    4. free falling
    5. mass or inertia

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