# Force and Motion Exam Review

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11 questions
• Q1
the moment when two objects hit each other
Cause
Force
Effect
Collision
30s
• Q2
What happens to a moving toy car if there were no forces to act on it?
The Toy care would keep moving without stopping
It will slowly speed up
There will be no change
It will slow to a stop
45s
• Q3
the speed of an object in a particular direction
Velocity
Effect
Speed
Change
30s
• Q4
Which soccer ball(s) experienced the strongest force? How do you know?
All three soccer balls experienced the same force because they changed speed by the same amount.
The blue and orange soccer balls; they have more mass than the black soccer ball, but changed speed by the same amount
The blue soccer ball; it takes a stronger force to slow down a more massive object than to speed it up.
The orange soccer ball; it has more mass and the fastest ending speed.
120s
• Q5
a result or change that happens because an event or process
Effect
Exert
Relationship
Cause
30s
• Q6
At dinner, Hans passed the salt shaker to his sister Jessica by sliding it across the wooden table. The salt shaker gradually slowed down and stopped after moving 12 centimeters.
The table absorbs force from the salt shaker.
All objects stop moving because their natural state is to be still.
The salt shaker ran out of force.
The table exerts a force that is opposite to the salt shaker's motion.
60s
• Q7
Which curling stone(s) experienced the strongest force when hit? How do you know?
The blue curling stone experienced the strongest force because it changed speed the most.
The yellow and orange curling stones experienced the same strength force because they both gained force, but the blue curling stone lost force.
The blue curling stone experienced the strongest force because it takes a stronger force to slow something down than it takes to speed something up
The orange curling stone experienced the strongest force because it has the fastest ending speed.
120s
• Q8
These skiers changed speed as a result of being bumped. Use the information in the diagram to answer. Which skier(s) experienced the strongest force when bumped? How do you know?
All three skiers experienced the same strength force because they changed speed by the same amount.
The skier in the yellow sweater experienced the strongest force because he has the fastest ending speed.
The skiers in the yellow and purple sweaters; they both gained the same force as they sped up, but the skier in the red sweater lost force and slowed down.
The skier in the red sweater because it takes a stronger force to slow something down than to speed it up.
30s
• Q9
Which chair(s) experienced the strongest force when hit?
All three chairs experienced the same force because they changed speed by the same amount.
The blue and red chairs experienced the strongest force because they are both more massive than the yellow chair and they changed speed by the same amount.
The red chair experienced the strongest force because it is as massive as the blue chair and has the highest ending speed.
The blue chair experienced the strongest force because it takes more force to slow an object than it takes to make it go faster.
30s
• Q10
the amount of matter that makes up an object
Speed
Density
Mass
Velocity
30s
• Q11
Which toy boat(s) experienced the strongest force when it was bumped? How do you know?
The blue toy boat experienced the strongest force because it takes a stronger force to slow something down than it takes to speed something up.
The gray toy boat experienced the strongest force because it had the fastest ending speed.
All three toy boats experienced the same strength force because they changed speed by the same amount.
The orange and gray toy boats experienced the strongest forces because they both gained the same force as they sped up. The blue boat lost force, so it slowed down.
30s

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