# Force and Motion Review

## Quiz by Catherine Gilbert

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25 questions
• Q1
Jordan and Lennox are competing to see who can throw a softball the farthest distance. Jordan threw the softball 42 yards. Which will most likely cause Lennox to throw a softball farther than Jordan?
changing the direction in which she throws the ball
none of the choices are correct.
throwing the ball with a greater amount of force
60s
• Q2
A soccer player kicks a soccer ball across a field. Which factor has the MOST effect on the distance the soccer ball travels?
the temperature of the air
the length of the field
the force of the kick
the color of the ball
60s
• Q3
The following trucks are pushed with the same amount of force. Which truck will roll the farthest?
Truck 1
Truck 4
Truck 2
Truck 3
60s
• Q4
A merry-go-round is spinning in the direction of the arrow. Myra wants to stop the merry-go-round. Which picture BEST shows a force she can apply to the merry-go-round that will make it stop?
Merry-go-round C
Merry-go-round A
Merry-go-round D
Merry-go-round B
60s
• Q5
Zoey pulled an empty cart to the library. When she leaves the library, the cart is full of books. How does the force of friction on the cart change?
The force of friction increases because the force of gravity decreases.
The force of friction decreases because there is more air pressure.
The force of friction increases because there is more mass.
The force of friction stays the same because Maria is still pulling the cart with the same force.
60s
• Q6
James and Jaydin pulled opposite ends of a rope. Neither person was able to move the rope. What can be said about the force used by each person?
James and Jaydin used equal force.
James exerted more force than Jaydin.
James and Jaydin used no force.
James exerted less force than Jaydin.
60s
• Q7
A truck is traveling 70 mph with a heavy load in its trailer. After the truck is unloaded, it again travels 70 mph. Which best explains how the force acting on the truck changed after the truck was unloaded?
A larger force was needed to move the truck because it had less mass.
A larger force was needed to move the truck because there was more friction.
A smaller force was needed to move the truck because it had less mass.
A smaller force was needed to move the truck because there was less friction.
120s
• Q8
Autumn dropped a sheet of paper from a second floor balcony. The wind was blowing in the direction shown in the diagram. In which direction did the sheet of paper MOST likely travel?
Arrow D
Arrow A
Arrow C
Arrow B
60s
• Q9
When two equal and opposite forces are at work, what happens to motion?
It decreases.
There is maximum friction.
There is no motion.
It increases.
60s
• Q10
Why would you need more force when riding a bike up a hill than down a hill?
More force is needed to keep a bike going up a hill while gravity is pulling it down the hill.
The mass of a bicycle is greater when riding up a hill.
None of the choices.
The mass of a bicycle is less when riding up a hill.
60s
• Q11
Which must happen for a moving car to change direction?
The car must slow down.
Another force must act on the car.
The mass of the car must change.
Gravity must act on the car.
60s
• Q12
Team 1 and Team 2 each have five people who are pulling with equal force on opposite ends of a rope. Which will most likely happen if Team 1 stops pulling on the rope?
The rope will continue to be pulled in both directions.
Team 2 will pull the rope closer to their side.
The rope will fall to the ground on both sides.
Team 1 will pull the rope closer to their side.
60s
• Q13
Wagon Q has a larger mass than Wagon T. If the wagons were pushed with the same amount of force across the same surface, which would most likely happen?
Wagon Q would move farther than Wagon T.
Wagon T’s mass would increase as Wagon Q’s mass decreased.
Wagon T would move farther than Wagon Q.
Wagon Q’s mass would increase as Wagon T’s mass decreased.
60s
• Q14
This graph shows the motion of a bus for 5 minutes. How far did the bus travel in 4 minutes?
1000 m
2000 m
800 m
500 m
60s
• Q15
This graph shows how far a runner is at different times during a race. During what part of the trip did the runner move the fastest?
40 min to 60 min
70 min to 80 min
0 min to 10 min
10 min to 30 min
120s

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