# Force And Motion MCQ Exam Quiz!

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Force and motion have a relationship in which they relate to each other. Force is the cause of movement. If someone is walking or running, there is force and motion involved. This quiz proposes that you respond to these questions: what the amount of matter in an object is, the force of attraction between two objects, and how forces act on a dropped object as it falls. You truly need to take this great quiz.

• 1.
A student is eating french fries and needs ketchup.  He shakes the ketchup bottle as it is turned upside down but the ketchup won't move.  He then smacks the bottle and the ketchup moves.  However, the ketchup won't stop moving until he turns the bottle upright.  This is an example of ____.
• A.

Matter

• B.

Inertia

• C.

Gravity

• D.

Mass

• 2.
The amount of matter in an object.
• A.

Mass

• B.

Force

• C.

Friction

• D.

None of the above

• 3.
The force of attraction that exists between two objects.
• A.

Friction

• B.

Force

• C.

Gravity

• D.

Air resistance

• 4.
A force that resists the movement of one surface against another.
• A.

Air resistance

• B.

Gravity

• C.

Motion

• D.

Friction

• 5.
The students are riding on the Silver Bullet at Knottsberry Farm and they are strapped in the cars. At the end of the ride, the coaster stops quickly.  How does inertia affect each person in the rollercoaster cars?
• A.

The student bodies will continue to move forward after the coaster has stopped

• B.

The coaster and riders bodies will stop all at once

• C.

The students bodies will be slung backwards

• D.

The coaster will have no impact on anyone

• 6.
Tony and Jose play on the football team.  Since Tony is older, he weighs more and is taller than Jose.  During practice, Tony and Jose's practice blocking on a tackling dummy.  Both boys start from the same place and position.  Each tackle dummy has the same mass.  At the same time, the boys run forward into the dummy. Which part of this situation demonstrates the Second Law of Motion?
• A.

Tony will hit the dummy harder because he has more inertia

• B.

Jose will be faster at getting to the dummy first because he is smaller and lighter than Tony

• C.

Both A and B

• D.

Tony and Jose are equally balanced players and will demonstrate the same athletic skills

• 7.
It would probably be easiest to ride a bicycle across the ______________
• A.

Sand

• B.

Gravel

• C.

Grass

• D.

Sidewalk

• 8.
An object that experiences a push or a pull has a(n) __________ exerted on it.
• A.

System

• B.

Force

• C.

Matter

• D.

Mass

• 9.
If a bowling ball and a tennis ball are dropped out of a third-story window, ______________ would land first?
• A.

Bowling ball

• B.

Tennis ball

• C.

Neither would land at the same time

• D.

Both would land at the same time if no air resistance was found

• 10.
How do forces act on a dropped object as it is falling?
• A.

Air resistance is pushing it up, while gravity is pushing it down

• B.

Air resistance is pulling it down, while gravity is pushing it up

• C.

Both gravity and air resistance are pulling down on the object

• D.

Both gravity and air resistance are pushing up on the object

• 11.
A ball rolling along a smooth sidewalk suddenly rolls onto a grassy area. What will happen to the ball's motion?
• A.

It will roll faster because friction increases

• B.

It will roll faster because friction decreases

• C.

It will roll slower because friction increases

• D.

It will roll faster because friction decreases

• 12.
According to Newton's 3rd Law of Motion, force occurs in pairs. The first force is action. The second force is _______________
• A.

Friction

• B.

Movement

• C.

Reaction

• D.

Energy forces

• 13.
An object is accelerating if it is changing speed or direction.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 14.
The force needed to move an object depends on the amount of mass an object has within it.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 15.
The speed and direction of an object's motion is:
• A.

Velocity

• B.

Motion

• C.

Forces

• D.

Mass

• 16.
A change in position would indicate motion.
• A.

True

• B.

False

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