quiz 2 review.docx - Suppose you lived on the Moon Which of the following would be true Your weight would be less than your weight on Earth but your

quiz 2 review.docx - Suppose you lived on the Moon Which of...

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Suppose you lived on the Moon. Which of the following would be true? - Your weight would be less than your weight on Earth, but your mass would be the same as it is on Earth. Which of the following statements is NOT one of Newton's Laws of Motion? - What goes up must come down. Which of the following examples describes a situation where a car is experiencing a net force? - The car is making a gradual turn. When a spinning ice skater pulls in his arms, he spins faster because _________. - his angular momentum must be conserved, so reducing his radius must increase his speed of rotation What does temperature measure? - the average kinetic energy of particles in a substance According to the universal law of gravitation, if you triple the distance between two objects, then the gravitational force between them _________. - decreases by a factor of 9 Why is Newton's version of Kepler's third law so useful to astronomers? - It can be used to determine the masses of many distant objects.

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