Science

posted by Melissa

Can someone please check my answers and if they are wrong can you help me fix them? Thank so much!!
1. Which of the following determines the strength of the force of gravity between two objects? Check all that apply. (2 points)
the speeds of the objects
the masses of the objects***
the distance between the objects
the volume of the objects
2. Which of the following are the two main factors that keep the moon and Earth in orbit? (1 point)
gravity and Newton’s law of universal gravitation
gravity and distance ***
gravity and inertia
mass and volume
3. Which of the following would happen to the moon if gravity no longer affected it? (1 point)
The moon would continue to move on its orbital path.
The moon would stop moving altogether.
The moon would move in a spiral toward Earth.***
The moon would move in a straight line.

1. PsyDAG

1, 2. right

3. If gravity no longer affected it, why would it move toward earth?

2. Anon

Planet D.

Gravity and Inertia.

The Moon would move in a straight line.

3. kiki

It's not Gravity and Distance it's "Gravity and Inertia"
For those of you taking the test:
1. B and C
2.D
3.C
4.D

4. surfer girl

kikis right

5. ahboogala

Kiki is right I just took the quick check and checked my answers with kiki's answers and got 5/5 100% :)

6. Dallamis

kiki is 100% right

7. Anon

Kiki is right

8. Jk

Thanks Kiki!!!!

9. Lucilia

yay Kiki

10. the girl that has no friends

1.B and C
2.D
3.C
4.D
^^^---------100%

11. Rom

She only had 3 questions... What was number 3 when it ask what happened to the moon if gravity didn't affect it?

12. 360

For Connection Academy Unit 2: Lesson 3 answers for quick check are
1. B and C
2. D
3. C
4. D
100% Right. I promise

13. 360

For Science

14. Anonymous

THE MOON WILL GO IN A STRAIGHT LINE. I TOOK THE ASSESSMENT AND THAT WAS THE ANSWER

15. Jaivian

He's totally right

16. YourBruh Forever

1) B and C
2) D. Planet D
3) C. gravity and inertia
4) D. The moon would move in a straight line.

17. ice cube

1. B and C
2.D
3.C
4.D

18. Smart Kid 101

1. B and C
2.D
3.C
4.D

19. kat

kiki, smart kid 101, ice cube, yourbruh forever, 360, and the girl that has no friends (literally me) are all right :)

20. Hi

You don't have any friends

21. Rob

1. B / C
2. D
3. C
4. D

22. Daisy

Kiki is right

23. PearsonConnexus

thx guys!
b and c
d
c
d
100% correct!

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