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Force and Motion Quiz

Quiz by Jessica Evans

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6 questions
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  • Q1
    With no push or pull what happened to the air puck that was at rest?
    It moved backward.
    It stayed at rest.
    It moved forward.
    It moved to the side.
    60s
  • Q2
    After giving the air puck a push, did you have to keep pushing for the puck to continue moving?
    Yes, a big push.
    No.
    Yes, a small push.
    Yes, I had to keep my hand touching the puck.
    60s
  • Q3
    Did the puck change direction or speed once moving with no additional push?
    Yes, it sped up.
    Yes, it change direction.
    Yes, it slowed down.
    No.
    60s
  • Q4
    Is a force required to cause a puck to speed up? If so what direction?
    Yes - it needs a force in a different direction.
    Yes - it needs a force in the same direction.
    No - the puck will speed up on its on.
    60s
  • Q5
    Is a force required to cause a puck to slow down? If so what direction?
    No - it will slow down by itself.
    Yes - a force in a different direction.
    Yes - a force in the same direction.
    60s
  • Q6
    Is a force required to cause a puck to change direction? If so what direction is the force relative to the direction the puck motion changes to?
    Yes - a force from a different direction than the puck is currently traveling.
    No - it will change direction by itself.
    Yes - a force in the same direction the puck is currently traveling.
    60s

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