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Limitations of Newton's Laws Quiz

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1. At what speeds do Newton's laws of motion begin to break down, necessitating the use of relativistic mechanics?

2. Why are Newton's laws of motion not applicable in quantifying the behavior of particles at the quantum scale?

3. In which scenario would Newton's first law of motion—every object will remain at rest or in uniform motion in a straight line unless compelled to change its state by the action of an external force—not hold true?

4. Under which condition do Newton's laws fail to accurately predict the motion of celestial bodies?

5. Newton's second law of motion, $F=ma$, becomes inadequate under certain conditions. Which of the following scenarios accurately reflects this limitation?

6. For which of the following scenarios is Newton's third law of motion—For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction—not applicable?

7. Which of the following is not a limitation of Newton's laws of motion?

8. What aspect of celestial motion can Newton's laws accurately predict that general relativity also addresses, but without the limitation of extreme gravitational forces?

9. In the context of fluid dynamics, under what conditions does Newton's second law fail to accurately describe the behavior of fluids?

10. Why are Newton's laws of motion insufficient for calculating the trajectory of particles in a particle accelerator?