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Balanced and Unbalanced Forces asst. Day 5

Quiz by A Nicole Murrill

Grade 5
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Measures 3 skills from
Grade 5
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

5.P.1.2
5.P.1.4
5.P.1.1

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  • Q1
    A girl walked for 30 minutes. She noticed that she traveled farther in the first 15 minutes of her walk than in the second 15 minutes. What can she conclude about her walk?
    Her average speed was faster during the first half of her walk.
    She was walking at a constant speed.
    She walked in two different directions.
    Her average speed was faster during the first half of her walk.
    120s
    5.P.1.2
  • Q2
    Four solid balls, each with a different mass, are moving at the same speed. Which ball would require the most force to stop its motion?
    ball with a mass of 5 kg
    ball with a mass of 15 kg
    ball with a mass of 20 kg
    ball with a mass of 10 kg
    120s
    5.P.1.4
  • Q3
    Which best describes the speed of a ball as it is thrown straight up into the air and comes back down?
    The ball goes slower and slower as it goes up, stops, and then goes faster and faster as it comes down.
    The ball goes up at a constant speed, stops, and increases speed as it comes down.
    The ball goes slower and slower as it goes up, stops, and then comes down at a constant speed.
    The ball goes up at a constant speed, stops, then comes down at a constant speed.
    120s
    5.P.1.4
  • Q4
    What can cause a moving object to increase its speed in a forward direction?
    a force pushing on the object from the opposite direction
    a force that continually acts on the object in the direction the object is moving
    an increase in the mass of the object
    a decrease in the mass of the object
    120s
    5.P.1.1
  • Q5
    If a car is moving backward along a road, can its speed be measured?
    No, it cannot, because the distance traveled backward by a car cannot be measured.
    No, it cannot, because speed can only be measured if the car is moving forward.
    Yes, it can, because the car travels a distance in a certain amount of time.
    Yes, it can, because the car does not have friction acting on it.
    120s
    5.P.1.2
  • Q6
    A ball is kicked and rolls along a level field until it comes to a stop. What is most responsible for the ball coming to a stop?
    air
    friction
    mass
    friction
    120s

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