Once you have completed this quiz with a score of 90% or more, get a teacher's signature to move on to "Types of Forces" quiz.
Stay at rest
Move with constant velocity
Accelerate
Either A or B
Gravity and velocity
Speed and direction
Mass and acceleration
Time and distance
Speed and velocity
The larger the mass the smaller the inertia
The larger the mass the larger the inertia
Smaller the mass the larger the inertia
Smaller the mass the smaller the inertia
Stays the same
Decreases by half
Triples
Doubles
Weight of the ball
Air resistance of the ball
Force of the ball against the bat
The force of the grip of the player and the bat
Less and in the opposite direction
Greater and in the same direction
Equal and in opposite direction
Equal and in same direction
They both have the same acceleration
The car has the greater acceleration
The bug has the greater acceleration
More than the gun's acceleration because it has less mass
More than the gun's acceleration because it receives more force
Less than the gun's acceleration because it receives less force
Less than the gun's acceleration because it has less mass
Stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
Eventually slow down. Everything comes to rest eventually.
Speed up.
Stay in motion because there is a constant force pushing it.
Stop immediately.
0, there are no forces acting on the ball.
9.8 N since that is the force due to gravity.
We cannot determine the sum of the forces based on the given information.
0, there are multiple forces acting on the ball but they all cancel each other out.
Speed up since gravity is acting on it.
Speed up for awhile but then it would slow down.
Speed up while you were pushing it, and then it would maintain its velocity.
Slow down immediately since there is no gravity in outerspace.
Stay in one place
Move upwards
Move in the direction of the greater force
Move in the direction of the smaller force
Objects in motion remain in motion unless a force is applied.
Objects at rest remain at rest unless a force is applied.
The same force accelerates objects with less mass more than objects with more mass.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Air Resistance on wind : Wind on air resistance
Wind blowing on the water : Water blowing on wind
Wind pushing on sail : Sail pushing on wind
Sail pushing on wind : Wind pushing on sail