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______ is the use of force to move an object some distance. | |

For an object that floats, weight force is _______ (more than, less than, equal) to buoyant force. | |

The farther down you go in a body of water the pressure ______ | |

Friction that holds a box on the top of a ramp is ______ friction. | |

What is the statement that an increase in the speed of a fluid reduces the pressure within the fluid called? | |

What is the amount of work when the net force(10 N) is perpendicular to the direction of motion(3m)? | |

The force that resists motion between two surfaces is called ______. | |

What is kg / meter x sec? | |

If an object that is 5 cubic centimeters is completely submerged in water displaces how many grams of water? | |

r in the formula for gravity stands for _____. | |

Pascal's Principle says that pressure _________(increases, decreases, remains the same) at a location that has a larger area. | |

What states that when an outside pressure is applied at any point to a fluid in a container the pressure is transmitted throughout equally? | |

The hydraulic lift utilizes which principle? | |

What two things affect whether an object can float in a liquid? | |

The actual weight of an object minus the apparent weight equals the ______. | |

The mass of a floating object equals the mass of the ________. | |

If one end of a hydraulic lift has 5N over 0.5m squared and the other end has 12N force, what area is it exerted on? | |

Weight divided by _______ equals mass. | |