This is a relatively simple sheet that I use with my freshman general science classes as well as lower level introductory physics classes. The first page has 6 problems that are straightforward F = ma problems (initially with guidelines, then later without). The second page has 3 problems in which the students must use kinematics to find the acceleration and then use F = ma in the second half of each problem. I have found that explicitly tying together different topics and including review of "old" topics leads to students retaining those ideas better (and consequently performing better on midterms & finals). The math-level of the problems is for students who are either in pre-algebra or algebra 1. Answer Key is included.