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What is the difference between a theory and a law of physics?
A theory is a scientifically constructed description of how nature operates in a particular situation. Theories must be tested constantly and amended when necessary. After a theory has been tested many times over a long period of time without failure, it becomes known as a law of physics. It thus commands high (but not absolute) confidence in its predictive powers.
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What is the fundamental law of physics that allowed the planets to form, rather than having all of the material simply fall into the Sun?
conservation of angular momentum
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what law of physics tells you that if a current carrying wire produces a force on a magnet, then a magnet must produce a force on a current carrying wire?
newtons third law, which applies to ALL forces in nature
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Sandra is giving a presentation in her physics class and is worried about what she should do with her hands. Which of the following recommendations would she find in your textbook?
Focus on communicating, and your gestures will usually take care of themselves
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Which one of the following problems would not be part of Physics?
Identifying all the bones in the human body
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Howard studied hard for his math test and found that what he learned helped him on his physics test. Howard benefited from ________
Your physics teacher fired a steel ball with a velocity of 3 m/s in the horizontal direction. At the same time she dropped a similar steel ball from the same height. Which on hit the ground first and why? Neglect air resistance.
They both hit the ground at the same time as the force of gravity is the same for both and only acts in the vertical direction.
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If the string that holds a whirling can in its circular path breaks, what kind of force causes it to move in a straight-line path – centripetal, centrifugal, or no force? What law of physics supports your answer?
There is no force. The law that supports my answer is Newton’s First Law; ”any object at rest or in motion stays at rest or in motion, unless acted upon by an outside force”.
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