b. Phosphorus P4

c. Glucose C6H12O6

d. Sulphur dioxide SO2

e. Ethanol C2H5OH

Answer:
A) atomic number 7

B) 15

C) 6 c, 12 h, 6 o

D) o-8

S-16

B) 15

C) 6 c, 12 h, 6 o

D) o-8

S-16

Ele is playing with a ball in a bus that moves in a straight line with constant velocity What can you say about the motion of the body in the movingbus if Elle throws the ball vertically upwards?

Which of the following statements is true? A) An object that is accelerating is always changing direction. B) An object at rest has an instantaneous acceleration of zero. C) Instantaneous acceleration is always changing. D) An object that is accelerating is always changing speed.

Simple Machine Lever: A ________ that pivots on top of a fixed point called a _______.

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What is the action force and reaction force of two bumper cars collide

Which of the following statements is true? A) An object that is accelerating is always changing direction. B) An object at rest has an instantaneous acceleration of zero. C) Instantaneous acceleration is always changing. D) An object that is accelerating is always changing speed.

Simple Machine Lever: A ________ that pivots on top of a fixed point called a _______.

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When the **separation **between two **masses **is doubled, the **gravitational force **between them decreases by 4.

**Gravitational force** is defined as the **force **of **attraction **experienced by a body due to the **gravity **of earth.

Here,

The separation between two **masses **is doubled.

That means the distance, r₂ = 2r₁

We know that the equation of **gravitational force **is given by,

F = GMm/r²

where G is the gravitational constant

From the equation, we know that the **gravitational force** obeys the **inverse square** law.

That means the** gravitational force** is **inversely **proportional to the square of the **distance **between the masses.

So, F 1/r²

Therefore,

F₂/F₁ = (r₁/r₂)²

F₂ = F₁(1/2)²

F₂ = F₁/4

Hence,

When the **separation **between two **masses **is doubled, the **gravitational force **between them decreases by 4.

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Answer:

increase by a factor of 4.

Explanation:

If the separation distance between two objects is doubled (increased by a factor of 2), then the force of gravitational attraction is decreased by a factor of 4 (2 raised to the second power).

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Answer:**Depostion**

Deposition occurs when ocean waves drop seashells on a beach. This process adds sediments, rocks, and other objects to landforms.

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Answer:

Deposition occurs when ocean waves drop seashells on a beach. This process adds sediments, rocks, and other objects to landforms.

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2 The greater the force applied on an object, the greater it's acceleration

3 You can find the mass of an object if you know it's acceleration and the forces acting on it

4 Force is equal to the product of mass and acceleration

**Answer:**

1. The mass will change depending on the force.

**Explanation:**

We know that the newton's second law of motion gives the relation between the mass (m) of an object, force (F) applied and the corresponding measure of acceleration (a) of the object. This can be expressed in the form of an equation:

F = ma

**Thus force is the product of mass and acceleration. Using this equation we can derive mass of an object, if acceleration and force values are known.**

In the given equation, mass is a constant value and** mass will not change** in any case. Therefore force is directly proportional to amount object will be accelerated. With the** increase in force applied on object, amount the object accelerated will increase and vice versa**

B.they fall faster

C.they don’t fall

D.They fall at the same rate as they do on earth

A) They move slower

Gravity force is determined by mass and the size of the moon. Since the mass of the moon is significantly lower than the mass of Earth, it will pull objects slower. The only object that would fall faster on the moon than on earth is a sheet of paper since there is much, much less air resistance to affect its terminal velocity the way it does on the earth.

**Answer:**

**Newton's ****second**** Law states that an object's acceleration is directly related to the net force applied and inversely related to the mass of the object.**

**Explanation:**

**Newton's second law states that when force is applied on an object, then it causes acceleration which is directly dependent on the net force applied and varies inversely with the mass of the object.**

This law gives us the following equation:

where represents net force applied, represents mass of the object and represents acceleration caused.

The above equation can be rearranged to:

**This equation shows that acceleration is directly dependent on net force and inversely dependent on mass of the body. **

**Answer:**

second - apex

**Explanation:**