# Momentum Quiz Secondary Level Physics

16 Questions | Total Attempts: 6562  Settings  • 1.
Momentum has
• A.

Magnitude only

• B.

Direction only

• C.

Magnitude and direction

• D.

Force and Velocity

• 2.
Momentum = mass x force
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 3.
When objects become tangled or stick together it is called an __________________collision.
• 4.
Elastic collision is
• A.

Objects that collide and stick together

• B.

Objects that collide and bounce off of each other

• C.

Objects that collide and decrease their velocity

• 5.
What is the momentum of a 15-kg rock rolling at 3 m/s?
• A.

18 kg m/s

• B.

5 kg m/s

• C.

45 kg m/s

• 6.
A 50 kg Corvette (car) has a momentum of 500 kg m/s.  How fast is the car going?
• A.

25,000 m/s

• B.

10 m/s

• C.

250 m/s

• 7.
A bowling ball has 9 kg m/s of momentum when it is rolled 6 m/s.  What is the mass of the bowling ball?
• A.

54 kg

• B.

15 kg

• C.

3 kg

• D.

1.5 kg

• 8.
If your dog pulls the rope with 15 N force to the right and you pull the rope 5 N force to the left.  What is the force and direction in Newtons of the final motion?
• A.

10 Newtons to the left

• B.

10 Newtons to the right

• C.

15 Newtons to the left

• D.

15 Newtons to the right

• 9.
Which of the following is a way to decrease momentum?
• A.

Increase force

• B.

Increase friction

• C.

Increase velocity

• D.

Increase impulse

• 10.
What is the momentum of a Hummer with a mass of 2000 kg traveling at a velocity of 20 km/h?
• A.

40,000 kg km/h

• B.

1000 kg km/h

• C.

100 kg km/h

• D.

.01 kg km/h

• 11.
How does wearing a seatbelt reduce your chance of getting hurt during an accident?
• A.

Seatbelts increase momentum before collision

• B.

Seatbelts reduce momentum during a collision

• C.

Seatbelts decrease the time it takes a person to stop moving

• D.

Seatbelts cause friction

• 12.
When objects collide, some momentum is lost
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 13.
When an object speeds up, it increases it's momentum
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 14.
Momentum can be transferred from one object to another
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 15.
Objects with different masses can't have the same momentum.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 16.
Direction does not matter when you are measuring momentum.
• A.

True

• B.

False

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