# Forces and Newton’s Laws

Use these physics problems to test your knowledge on forces.

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This question derives the equation of acceleration of the Atwood Machine. The properties of this interesting machine will then be analyzed.

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Exploration of free body diagrams, two body acceleration, and Newton’s law through the system of two blocks attached through a pulley and one of them resting on a table.

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Exploration of free body diagrams, two body acceleration, and newton’s laws through the system of two blocks resting on a pyramid and attached by a pulley.

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Exploration of free body diagrams, two body acceleration, and newton’s laws through the system of two blocks resting on a pyramid and attached by a pulley.

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An introduction to acceleration and newton’s laws using a demonstration of a commuting car.

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How does a reading on a scale change when on a moving elevator? Scenarios with an elevator moving at different velocities and acceleration will be considered. The concepts learned will then be used to analyze data from a real-life experiment.

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The following set of questions apply Newton’s Second Law to scenarios with multiple blocks held together by the tension force from strings.

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What are factors that determine the force of friction? The following set of questions explore the behavior of friction on both moving and stationary objects.

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