This online quiz will help you prep for your Energy Test, which covers all three of the energy sections we have done so far in our groups
The force on the object
The displacement of the object
The angle between the displacement and the force
All of the above
This is an example of positive work
This is an example of negative work
This is a situation where there is no work
This is a situation where it is impossible to tell how much work was done.
This is an example of positive work
This is an example of negative work
This is a situation where there is no work
This is a situation where it is impossible to tell how much work was done.
-50 J
0 J
50 J
10 J
Work
Force
Power
Acceleration
Joules
Watts
Newtons
Seconds
0 J
10 J
100 J
There is not enough information to answer this question
The force is doing positive work on the box.
The force is doing negative work on the box.
The force is not doing any work on the box.
Positive
Negative
No
Power
Positive work is being done on the skateboard
Negative work is being done on the skateboard
No work is being done on the skateboard.
The hammer did positive work on the nail.
The hammer did negative work on the nail
The hammer did no work on the nail.
20 J of kinetic energy
20 J of mechanical energy
20 J of potential energy
A and B
A and C
Exactly 20 J of kinetic energy
Less than 20 J of kinetic energy
More than 20 J of kinetic energy
53 J
0 J
150 J
1470 J
50 J of kinetic energy
50 J of potential energy
100 J of mechanical energy
50 J of work
2 J
40 J
20 J
0 J
Mechanical Energy
Kinetic Energy
Potential Energy
A and B
A and C
Work, Force
Work, Power
Energy, time
Power, work
Force, time
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
You lift a box onto a truck
You climb a rope.
You climb a rope.
You push against a car until your muscles begin to shake but it wonâ€™t move.
20 W
50 W
100 W
1000 W
It has less potential energy than Point A and more potential energy than Point B
It has less potential energy than Point A and more kinetic energy than Point B
It has less potential energy than Point B and less kinetic energy than Point A
It has less kinetic energy than Point B and more potential energy than Point A
20 J
-500 J
3500 J
4500 J
2400 J
200 J
1800 J
0 J