# Momentum And Electrical Forces

13 Questions | Total Attempts: 343  Settings  • 1.
To find the momentum of an object you multiply what to pieces of information?
• A.

Force and distance

• B.

Mass and velocity

• C.

Speed and distance

• D.

Acceleration and force

• 2.
What has more momentum?
• A.

The Statue of Liberty

• B.

The president riding a bike

• C.

A loaded U-haul traveling down Hwy 55

• D.

An 18-wheeler parked in the parking lot

• 3.
For electricity to occur, ___________ must be moving
• 4.
When you rub a balloon across your hair what happens?
• A.

It deflates

• B.

It neutralizes

• C.

It becomes positively charged

• D.

It becomes negatively charged

• 5.
What factors affect electric forces?
• A.

Distance between charges

• B.

Mass of the object

• C.

The type of charge (+ or -)

• D.

The amount of the charge

• 6.
This symbolizes an object being ________________.
• 7.
If an object were positively charged it would need to give away electrons to become grounded/neutral.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 8.
A 1200kg four-wheeler has a momentum of 45 kg*m/s. What is the velocity of the four-wheeler?
• A.

0.0375 m/s

• B.

54000 m/s

• C.

375 m/s

• D.

26.7 m/s

• 9.
What is the momentum of a 10kg bowling ball traveling at a speed of 8.2 m/s?
• A.

1.2 kg*m/s

• B.

82 kg*m/s

• C.

0.82 kg*m/s

• D.

8 kg*m/s

• 10.
If a bowling ball and softball have the same momentum, which would have the greater velocity/speed in order to make up for the difference in mass?
• A.

Same velocity

• B.

Bowling ball

• C.

Softball

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