Physics: Mass and Weight
1. Mass is the measure of how much ______ is in an object.
2. Weight is the measure of the force of ______ on an object.
3. What unit of measurement is used for mass in physics?
4. What unit of measurement is used for weight in physics?
5. Which method of determining mass involves measuring how much an object resists acceleration?
a. Inertial mass
b. Atomic mass
c. Gravitational mass
d. Newton mass
e. None of the Above
6. Which measurement would be different if you were on the Moon versus on Earth?
7. Finish the formula: Force = Mass * _________
8. What is the weight of a 1kg mass object on planet Earth?
a. 1 pound
b. 1 Newton
c. 5 Newtons
d. 9.8 Newtons
e. 9.8 pounds
9. True or False: Two object with the same volume always have the same mass.
10. The law of _________ of mass states that the mass of a closed system must remain constant over time.
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