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SCI 110 WEEK 3 QUIZ 2

SCI 110 WEEK 3 QUIZ 2

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Which of the following units could be associated with a vector quantity?
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Question 2
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Relative to what she weighs on the earth, an astronaut visiting another planet
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Question 3
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When a skater is spinning on the ice and pulls her arms in she will spin faster.  When she then puts her arms back out she will spin slower.  This effect occurs due to the
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Question 4
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A moose weighing 3 kN is standing still. The force the ground exerts on the moose is
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Question 5
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An astronaut takes a rocket into space.  As he rises,
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Question 6
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An object moving in a circle at constant speed is accelerated
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The concept that gravitation is a distortion of space-time is part of
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Question 8
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On a molecular level heat is
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Question 9
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An object that has linear momentum must also have
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Question 10
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The watt is a unit of
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Question 11
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What never changes when two or more objects collide is
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Question 12
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Which of the following quantities is always the same to all observers?


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