# Force And Motion Quiz Questions: Trivia!

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• 1.
Force is a push or a pull, measured in:
• A.

Joules.

• B.

Watts.

• C.

Newtons.

• D.

Kilograms.

• E.

Meters.

• 2.
Gravity is an attractive force, and depends on _______ and __________
• A.

Weight, distance.

• B.

Mass, distance.

• C.

Force, mass.

• D.

Distance, time.

• 3.
The Law of Universal Gravitation says
• A.

Objects with mass exert gravitational pull.

• B.

The greater an object's mass, the greater its gravity.

• C.

The closer two objects are, the greater their gravitational attraction.

• D.

All of the above.

• 4.
In order to determine the force, what measurements must you make?
• A.

Weight and height.

• B.

Weight and distance.

• C.

Distance and acceleration.

• D.

Mass and acceleration.

• 5.
If the mass of an object remains constant, and you increase the force applied to it, what happens to the object's acceleration?
• A.

Acceleration remains constant.

• B.

Acceleration increases.

• C.

Acceleration decreases.

• D.

There's not enough information to decide.

• 6.
Newton's 1st Law describes:
• A.

The relationship between mass, acceleration, and force.

• B.

Balanced and unbalanced forces.

• C.

The tendency of objects to resist changes in motion.

• D.

Equal and opposite forces.

• 7.
Newton's 2nd Law describes:
• A.

The relationship between mass, acceleration, and force.

• B.

Balanced and unbalanced forces.

• C.

The tendency of objects to resist motion.

• D.

Equal and opposite forces.

• 8.
Newton's 3rd Law describes:
• A.

The relationships between mass, acceleration, and force.

• B.

Balanced and unbalanced forces.

• C.

The tendency of objects to resist changes in motion

• D.

Equal and opposite forces.

• 9.
Once an object is in motion, we can determine its average speed by measuring:
• A.

The distance traveled and how long it took to get there.

• B.

The difference between its final speed and the initial speed.

• C.

The distance traveled and its rate of acceleration.

• D.

The direction it traveled and how long it took to get there.

• 10.
Which of the following refers to an object's velocity?
• A.

Increasing distance from a reference point over time.

• B.

Decreasing distance from a reference point over time.

• C.

Constantly changing the direction of travel over time.

• D.

All of the above.

• 11.
You can describe an object as accelerating when:
• A.

The object increases its velocity.

• B.

The object decreases its velocity.

• C.

The object changes direction.

• D.

All of the above.