Force is a push or pull working on an object or energy as an element of physical action or movement. This motion happens when two entities are in contact. The association of force and motion can be mathematically expressed. This quiz requires that you know what the force of attraction between two objects is and what force resists the movement of one surface against another. This quiz will help you understand the relationship between force and motion.
Matter
Inertia
Gravity
Mass
Mass
Force
Friction
None of the above
Friction
Force
Gravity
Air resistance
Air resistance
Gravity
Motion
Friction
The student bodies will continue to move forward after the coaster has stopped
The coaster and riders bodies will stop all at once
The students bodies will be slung backwards
The coaster will have no impact on anyone
Tony will hit the dummy harder because he has more inertia
Jose will be faster at getting to the dummy first because he is smaller and lighter than Tony
Both A and B
Tony and Jose are equally balanced players and will demonstrate the same athletic skills
Sand
Gravel
Grass
Sidewalk
System
Force
Matter
Mass
Bowling ball
Tennis ball
Neither would land at the same time
Both would land at the same time if no air resistance was found
Air resistance is pushing it up, while gravity is pushing it down
Air resistance is pulling it down, while gravity is pushing it up
Both gravity and air resistance are pulling down on the object
Both gravity and air resistance are pushing up on the object
It will roll faster because friction increases
It will roll faster because friction decreases
It will roll slower because friction increases
It will roll faster because friction decreases
Friction
Movement
Reaction
Energy forces
True
False
Velocity
Motion
Forces
Mass
True
False
O N
6 N
3 N
12 N
The length of the boat
The height of the boat
The weight of the boat and its rowers
The number of people rowing in the boat
55 N to the right
65 N to the right
365 N to the left
660 N to the left
True
False
For every action, there is an equal & opposite reaction
A force of attraction exists between any two objects with mass
The force of an object is the product of its mass multiplied by its acceleration
An object in motion tends to stay in motion unless an unbalanced force acts upon it
Friction
Mass
Tension
Weight
Mass
Weight
Height
Volume
True
False
True
False
True
False