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Balanced & Unbalanced Forces Exit Tix Day 3

Quiz by A Nicole Murrill

Grade 5
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Grade 5
Science
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

5.P.1.1

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4 questions
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  • Q1
    What forces may be acting on a stationary object?
    force
    newton
    inertia
    motion
    30s
    5.P.1.1
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  • Q2
    What force keeps a ball in motion after it's been kicked?
    gravity
    motion
    force
    inertia
    30s
    5.P.1.1
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  • Q3
    Why don’t skateboarders keep flying through the air when they launch off a ramp?
    The force of gravity works against the skateboarders’ inertia.
    The force of gravity works against the skateboarders’ inertia.
    Skateboards do not use Newtons to move around ramps.
    The skateboarders have no inertia when they launch off a ramp.
    30s
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  • Q4
    Which is an example of friction?
    jumping on a trampoline
    diving into a swimming pool
    slipping on a patch of ice
    wind blowing against you as you walk
    30s
    5.P.1.1
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