Avicenna and the story of inertia

In this lesson we will learn about the scientist Avicenna, and how the theories of motion have developed.

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Q1.In the equation W = m x g, what does g stand for?

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Q2.What is the unit of weight?

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Q3.Which unit of mass do we use in the equation W = m x g?

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Q4.How do we change grams (g) to kilogram (kg)

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Q5.Change 3000 g to kg

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Q6.Why do planets have different gravitational field strengths?

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Q7.Why does my weight change on different planets?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

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Question 7

Q1.In the equation W = m x g, what does g stand for?

1/7

Q2.What is the unit of weight?

2/7

Q3.Which unit of mass do we use in the equation W = m x g?

3/7

Q4.How do we change grams (g) to kilogram (kg)

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Q5.Change 3000 g to kg

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Q6.Why do planets have different gravitational field strengths?

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Q7.Why does my weight change on different planets?

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Avicenna and the story of inertia

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Q1.What did Aristotle believe about moving objects?

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Q2.Aristotle was wrong. What actually happens to a moving object with balanced forces?

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Q3.Galileo called an object undisturbed. What do we call undisturbed objects today?

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Q4.Which of these is the correct law of Newton?

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Q5.If a force is spread out over a larger area, the pressure is ........

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Q6.If a force is spread out over a smaller area, the pressure is ........

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Q7.Does mass change on different planets?

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Q8.Does weight change on different planets?

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Avicenna and the story of inertia

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Q1.What did Aristotle believe about moving objects?

1/8

Q2.Aristotle was wrong. What actually happens to a moving object with balanced forces?

2/8

Q3.Galileo called an object undisturbed. What do we call undisturbed objects today?

3/8

Q4.Which of these is the correct law of Newton?

4/8

Q5.If a force is spread out over a larger area, the pressure is ........

5/8

Q6.If a force is spread out over a smaller area, the pressure is ........

6/8

Q7.Does mass change on different planets?

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Q8.Does weight change on different planets?

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Lesson summary: Avicenna and the story of inertia

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