Do Now Lesson 64

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  1. The only "natural" motion is for an object to be at rest.
    True
    False


  1. If an object is at rest, no forces are acting on the object.
    True
    False


  1. An object has force and when it runs out of force it stops moving.
    True
    False


  1. A force is needed to keep an object moving with a constant speed.
    True
    False


  1. The acceleration of an object is always in the direction of the net force applied to the object.
    True
    False


  1. If two objects are both at rest, they have the same amount of inertia.
    True
    False


  1. The product of mass and acceleration, m*a, is a force.
    True
    False


  1. The normal force on an object always equals the weight of the object.
    True
    False


  1. Equilibrium means that all the forces on an object are equal.
    True
    False


  1. A force applied by, say a hand, only acts on an object until the object leaves the hand.
    True
    False





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