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Matter In Motion Test

34 Questions  I  By Webert
Physics Quizzes & Trivia
Quiz to assess force and motion knowledge, as learned through the "Matter in Motion" lab.

  
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1.  Friction is a force that
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2.  Rolling friction
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3.  A force
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4.  Which type of friction causes a sky diver's acceleration to change as she falls?
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5.  Two forces act on an object.  One force has a magnitude of 10N and is directed toward the north.  The other has a magnitude of 5N directed toward the south.  The object experiences a net force of
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6.  A reference point for determining position and motion could be
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7.  The distance traveled divided by the time it took to travel that distance determines an object's
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8.  You are in Chicago, IL.  You decide to head south to Austin, TX.  In one hour, you travel 80 km.  Your velocity is
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9.  A car traveling 20 m/s south enters a new highway going east at 20 m/s.  The car has
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10.  Acceleration is a change in
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11.  When velocity decreases, this could be referred to as
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12.  Which of the following is NOT an example of a force being exerted?
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13.  A friend is helping you to arrange your bedroom furniture.  You exert 25 N of force to push the foot-end of the bed while your friend exerts 20 N of force pulling on the head-end of the bed.  The net force being used to move the bed is
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14.  What is the net force when you combine a force of 7 N north with a force of 5 N south?
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15.  Balanced forces applied to an object
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16.  A good rule to observe when around a swimming pool is "no running."  The deck around the pool becomes very slippery to walk on when wet due to
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17.  One way to increase friction is to use
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18.  The air that comes out of the tiny holes of an air-hockey table is an example of
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19.  An object's velocity remain constant when its __________ do not change.
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20.  Your class and another class have a tug-of-war contest.  For your class to win, your class must
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21.  You have made a house of cards on top of your table.  Suddenly, a gust of wind blows through an open window and your house of cards comes tumbling down.  The wind applied ______ to your house of cards.
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22.  When applying brakes on a car or a bicycle, you are using _______ friction to stop.
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23.  _______________ opposes motion between surfaces that are touching. (Friction or Gravity)
24.  Forces are expressed in _______________. (newtons or mass)
25.  A _______________ is determined by combining forces. (net force or newton)
26.  Any change in position over time is an example of _______________. (motion or acceleration)
27.  The newton is the SI unit of _______________. (force or mass)
28.  When observing an object in motion in relation to an object that appears to stay in place, the object that appears to stay in place is a _______________. (friction point or reference point)
29.  Total distance divided by total time gives ab object's average _______________. (speed or acceleration)
30.  The speed of an object in a particular direction is an object's _______________. (speed or velocity)
31.  A push or a pull is a _______________. (friction or force)
32.  When the net force on an object is not zero, the forces on the object are _______________. (unbalanced or balanced)
33.  When a force is applied to an object but does NOT cause the object to move, _______________ occurs. (static friction or sliding friction)
34.  _______________ are substances that are applied to surfaces in order to reduce the friction between them. (lubricants or friction)
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