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Guided Reading Chapter 6 Section 3
1. Newton’s Third Law applies to _________ of objects.
2. These pairs of forces are known as ____________-reaction pairs because one pushes
against the other with an equal but opposite force.
3. Restate Newton’s Third Law of Motion.
4. The forces don’t cancel each other out because they work on ____________ objects.
a) the same
b) similar
c) different
5. Complete the “Solve it!” on page 150.
6. If the forces are equal and opposite, why is it that when a collision between two objects
occurs, the objects don’t react in the same manner?
7. What is momentum?
8. When referring to the “Law of Conservation of Momentum,” remember it applies when
no outside_____________ exists.
a) force
b) irregularity
c) velocity
9. It is important to use ________________ when discussing momentum.
a) speed
b) mass
c) direction
10. More mass results in _____________ acceleration.
a) more
b) less
c) the same