# Lesson Worksheet: Newton’s First Law of Motion Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice solving problems using Newton’s first law.

Q1:

In the given figure, the body is moving with uniform velocity under the action of a system of forces. Given that the forces are measured in newtons, find the magnitudes of and . • A,
• B,
• C,
• D,

Q2:

In the given figure, the body is subject to the action of a system of forces. Given that it is moving at a constant speed and that the forces are measured in newtons, find and . • A,
• B,
• C,
• D,

Q3:

In the figure, the body is moving at a constant velocity under the action of a system of forces. Given that the forces are measured in newtons, find the magnitudes of and . • A,
• B,
• C,
• D,

Q4:

An engine pulls its carriages along a horizontal track at uniform speed. Given that the engine provides a driving force of 2,080 kg-wt and combined mass of the engine and carriages is 250 metric tons, determine the resistance to their motion per tonne.

Q5:

A body was moving uniformly under the effect of three forces , , and . Given that and , where and are orthogonal unit vectors, determine which ensures that it will move at a constant velocity.

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q6:

A body is moving in a straight line at a constant velocity under the action of a system of forces , , and . If , , and , find , , and .

• A, ,
• B, ,
• C, ,
• D, ,

Q7:

A body moves under the effect of two forces: and , where and are orthogonal unit vectors. A third force acts on the body, causing it to move uniformly. Find the angle makes with the unit vector rounding the result to the nearest minute.

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q8:

A body was descending vertically in a liquid such that it was covering equal distances in each consecutive time interval of equal length. Given that the weight of the body was 55 kg-wt, find the magnitude of the resistive force of the liquid acting against the motion of the body.

Q9:

A body of mass 20 kg is pulled along a horizontal plane by a rope that makes an angle with the plane, where . When the tension in the rope is 91 N, the body moves with uniform velocity. Find the total resistance to the motion, , and the normal reaction, . Use .

• A,
• B,
• C,
• D,

Q10:

A soldier jumped out of a plane with a parachute. After he had opened his parachute, the resistance to his movement was directly proportional to the cube of his speed. When his speed was 19 km/h, the resistance to his motion was of the combined weight of him and his parachute. Determine the maximum speed of his descent.

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