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Newton's Haunted Mansion Escape

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Help Newton's ghost remember what he's done so he can rest easy.

"It is believed that the ghost of Isaac Newton is trapped in this house, doomed to wander through it until he recovers all his memories.To help him find them, you must remind him of his laws and demonstrate knowledge of each of the three laws and get the missingitems in your inventory.Explore the house and try not to get trapped yourself. Be careful, other ghost lurk here as well and they are not as friendly...."

Introduction

Explore the house.Look for clues to help Newton find his memories.

Inventory

It's locked, you need a key first to open it.

It's too dark...

Open inventory...

Phew, that was close...hopefully I can sneak back up the stairs to answer those questions.

Inventory

It's still locked and closed...

It's too dark...

Open inventory...

Newton's 1st Law is often referred to as the ___

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F=ma Law

Law of Inertia

Action-Reaction Law

Which object has the greatest inertia?

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A toy car moving at 10 m/s

A parked semi-truck

A car moving at 35 mph

Complete the statement: If an object is in motion, it will

stay in motion (unless something stops it).

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eventually stop

only keep going if a force is applied to it

If you apply a force to an object and it accelerates in the direction of the force, what type of force is this?

Balanced Force

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Inertial Force

Unbalanced Force

If the net force acting on an object is zero, what must be true about it's motion?

It's at rest

It's moving at a constant velocity

It's not accelerating

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What type of force must be occurring in the graph below?

Balanced

Unbalanced

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What type of force must be occurring in the graph below?

Balanced

Unbalanced

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What type of force must be occurring in the motion diagram below?

Balanced

Unbalanced

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Start

Finish

What type of force must be occurring in the motion diagram below?

Balanced

Unbalanced

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Start

Finish

What best characterizes the motion in the diagram below?

Accelerating

Not Accelerating

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Start

Finish

Another image appears.....

You found the room with the desk. Search for the key.

Nothing here.

Just a skull in here, no big deal.

That drawer had a skeleton hand in it....gross.

No time to sit, keep looking.

That's a window.

That's a window.

That's a window.

Find the key to get back to the main area to open the door.

Woah, woah, woah! Wrong door! RUN!!!

It's not correct....stay with meeeee.Hurry up, leave the area!

It's not correct....stay with meeeee.Hurry up, leave the area!

Continue exploring the house

Inventory

It's too dark...

Inventario abierto...

That was close!Head back cautiously and make sure that ghost is gone!

Inventory

It's too dark...

Inventario abierto...

What is the formula for Newton's second law of motion?

F = a/m

F = m/a

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F=ma

F = m+a

If the mass of an object is 10 kilograms, and it accelerates at 5 m/s², what is the net force acting on it?

15 N

2 N

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0.5 N

50 N

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It halves

It doubles

It remains the same

If the force acting on an object is doubled while keeping its mass constant, what happens to its acceleration?

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It halves

It doubles

It remains the same

If the force pushing a crate is constant, then suddenly another crate is added on top (doubling the mass) what happens to its acceleration?

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24 kg

80 kg

16 kg

5 kg

If an object experiences a force of 20 N and accelerates at 4 m/s², what is its mass?

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16 m/s/s

8 m/s/s

64 m/s/s

4 m/s/s

If an object is accelerating at 4 m/s/s then half of the mass is removed and another person comes along to push it doubling the force. What is the new acceleration?

Hint

Reminder: If the mass is halved, the acceleration doubles. Then if the force acting on the new mass doubles, the acceleration will also double (again)!

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40 m/s/s

3 m/s/s

1200 m/s/s

0.33 m/s/s

If you apply a force of 60 N to a 20 kg object, what will be its acceleration?

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40 N

10 N

40 m/s/s

10 m/s/s

An object is accelerating at 20 m/s/s and has a mass of 2 kg. What is the force acting on the object?

You found asecret message

♪♬ø

Remember these notes and go play them on the piano in the correct order.

"Where did that paper come from?"

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...Keep playing

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...One more

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A ghost has appeared angry at you banging on the keys. Sit completely still for 10 seconds until it goes away. Then try again...

You played the song to the ghost's liking. He's delivered a new item to you. Maybe you can use it in the next area?

Inventory

♪♬ø

Continue exploring the house

Inventario abierto...

Use the magnifying glass to find the four scrambled clues and then insert it into the typewriter in the correct order (only someone who truly knows Newton will understand).

F

=

m

a

Someone is there!

Finish the statement: For every action force there is a(n)....

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reaction force that is double the action force.

equal and opposite reaction force

reaction force that is half of the action force.

When you push a wall with a force of 50 N, the wall exerts a force of ____________ back on you according to Newton's third law.

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50 N

100 N

25 N

Which of the following is an example of Newton's third law of motion?

A car is accelerating down the highway

Jumping off a diving board

A book stays at rest on a table

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If a person jumps off a boat onto the shore, what can be said about the action-reaction pair of forces involved?

The person exerts a force on the boat, and the boat exerts a force on the person.

The perons exerts a force on the boat, the reaction is the person jumps in the water.

There are no action-reaction pairs of forces in this situation.

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If you push a book across a table with a force of 5 N to the right, what is the reaction force acting on you?

5 N left

5 N right

10 N

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When a swimmer pushes the water backward with their arms, what is the reaction force?

The swimmer moves forward in the water.

The water pushes the swimmer forward.

The swimmer moves backwards

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2nd law tie-in: When you kick a soccer ball the reaction force from the ball on your foot is _ (greater than, less than, equal to) the force acting on your foot. However, the resulting acceleration of the ball is _ (greater than, less than, equal to) the acceleration of the foot.

equal to, equal to

greater than, greater than

equal to, greater than

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What are the correct words to fill in the blanks?

A briefcase appeared...but it appears locked. Search the area for clues to figure out the code. Click the top of the brief case to enter the code.

???????????????

Just a blank page.....

congratulations

You've recovered all Isaac Newton's memories! Now he can finally rest and you can escape from the house! Your expertise has allowed him to remember all that he has done!

You will lose all the progress so far...

Sure you wantto go out?

Exit

Back

Inventory

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Inventory

You know nothing of Newton! You're mine!

(Hurry up, get out of there!)

321

All numbers are incorrect.

723

One number is correct (and correctly placed)

895

Two numbers are correct, but in the wrong spot.

385

One number is correct (and in the correct spot).