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PS100 Questions from Chapter 8 Comprehension true/false All physical objects must obey a general law of conservation of mass. true false There is no law of conservation of atoms. true false Protons and neutrons are fundamental particles. true false Electron-like particles are considered to be fundamental particles. true false Atomic mass number is always conserved. true false Neutrons, protons, and electrons are all charged particles. true false Electrons can easily be transferred from one object to another. true false
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Scuffing across the carpet with your gennis shoes creates charge that didn't previously exist. true false The motion of a single object subject to no net forces is conserved. true false Particles moving at high speeds require less force to accelerate than slower identical particles. true false Linear momentum is the speed at which an object moves. true false matching Any quantity that remains constant. The process by which carbon is transferred through the atmosphere to living
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Unformatted text preview: organisms and back to the atmosphere. Obtained by adding the number of protons to the number of neutrons. An object's mass times its velocity. An object's mass times its speed times its distance from the center of its orbit. Small, unbreakable constituents of matter. Analysis At low speeds, mass can change in form. transfer from one object to another. change its total amount. both the first and second choices Which of the following quantities remain(s) constant in the Carbon Cycle? total amount of carbon dioxide total number of carbon atoms total mass all of the above the second and third choices above Angular momentum depends on which of the following? the mass of the object how fast it's moving how far it is from the center of rotation all of the above the first two choices above none of the above Check Answers Choose a different chapter....
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