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Motion Quizzes & Trivia

Did you know that Buddhism managed to summarize an entire field of physics in only one word?! It’s called karma. You may recognize the statement from a movie, but it is actually true. Newton's Third Law of Motion states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. And that’s not all he managed to pull on motion.

“What are the ‘imperceptible’ human motions, and how many are there?”, “What set of principles describe the physical reality at an atomic level of matter?”, “What is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle?”, and “What part of physics deals with the study of motion at a macroscopic level?” are just some of the questions from these quizzes that even Newton stopped to ponder. And so, if you think you can take him, start by taking on these quizzes.

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In this physics quiz, we will focus on graphing motion. Motion is a change in the position of an object over time. We have learned more about movement and how to measure it and calculate its estimates. How well did you understand...

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    The graph below represents the motion of an object. According to the graph, as time increases, the velocity of the object:


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    The plane which divides the body into superior and inferior halves is known as the ...

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    What best describes "Motion Graphics"?

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    The diagram shows a speed-time graph for a body moving with constant acceleration.  

Physics is a scientific realm of study that deals with a whole host of topics such as matter, energy and force, but today we’ll be looking at a key topic in the study; motion. What can you tell us?

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    A basketball is tossed up into the air. What can you say about the top of the trajectory is
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