Terms & Definitions - Module 4
Match the following definitions (or descriptions) to the terms listed below them.
The correct answer is indicated by the "===============".
1. A falling object has reached a state where the force due to air-resistance balances the force due to gravity. So the object has stopped accelerating.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed ===============

2. When one object is sliding against another object, a resistive force opposes the motion.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction ===============
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed

3. Falling under the influence of gravity, with no air resistance.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall ===============
10. Terminal speed

4. A push or a pull on an object. Causes an object to accelerate.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force ===============
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed

5. Unit of mass.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram ===============
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed

6. Unit of force. The force that will accelerate a 1kg mass with an acceleration of 1 m/s2.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton ===============
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed

7. The amount of space that an object occupies.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume ===============
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed

8. The tendency of an object to resist changes in motion.
1. Inertia ===============
2. Mass
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed

9. The force on an object due to gravity.
1. Inertia
2. Mass
3. Weight ===============
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed

10. The amount of matter in an object.
1. Inertia
2. Mass ===============
3. Weight
4. Kilogram
5. Newton
6. Volume
7. Force
8. Friction
9. Free fall
10. Terminal speed