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Forces in opposite directions combine by what mathematical operation?
Forces in the same direction combine by what mathematical operation?
What is the formula for force?
What happens to the force of gravity as the mass of an object increases?
What is the formula for weight?
The friction produced by sliding objects is _____.
The friction produced in a fluid is _____.
_____ is a push or pull.
An object falls until the _____ force equals the gravitational force.
The friction produced by wheels is _____.
As the size of an object increases what happens to its inertia?
What is Newton's first law?
When forces are equal in opposite directions they create a _____ force.
The tendency of an object in motion to remain in motion is _____.
A force that is opposite of motion is _____.
Who developed three laws to explain forces involved in motion?
The acceleration of a falling object is due to the force of _____ between the object and earth.
The measure of the force of gravity on an object is called _____.
What is Newton's third law?
When forces are from only one direction it is a _____ force.
What is Newton's 2nd law?
What is the acceleration due to gravity at the earth's surface?

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