Motion Graphing and Practice

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33 questions
• Q1
You should be able to identify the type of units for speed, distance, time, and acceleration from abbreviations. Which of the following is a speed?
30s
• Q2
Which of these is a unit of acceleration?
89 hr
30 m/s
9 km/hr/sec
65 mph
30s
• Q3
Which of these is a distance?
3 cm/min/sec
35 m/s
25 min
21 cm
30s
• Q4
You should be able to identify the type of units for speed, distance, time, and acceleration from abbreviations. Which of the following is an acceleration?
30s
• Q5
Which of the following IS NOT a unit of time.
6 hours
4 kilometers per hour
2 days
5.24 seconds
30s
• Q6
Meters, km, inch, mile, cm, and foot are all?
accelerations
speed
time
distances
30s
• Q7
Which of these is NOT a time?
3.6 km/hr/sec
3 days
34 min
3.2 sec
30s
• Q8
Which of the graphs shows that one of runners started 10 yards further ahead of the other (note that graph c is the bottom right and graph d is the bottom left)?
A
D
B
C
30s
• Q9
Which of these is not a speed?
46 mps
12 cm/s/s
45 m/s
72 kph
30s
• Q10
Days, weeks, minutes, sec, and hr are all?
accelerations
distances
times
speeds
30s
• Q11
Which of these is NOT acceleration?
30s
• Q12
What is the formula for speed?
=distance/time
=distance x time
=time/distance
=speed x time/distance
30s
• Q13
The second graph shows
constant deceleration
distance vs. time
acceleration
speed
30s
• Q14
What is the formula for distance?
Distance = time/speed
Distance=speed x time
Distance= speed/time
Distance= Speed + Time
30s
• Q15
How can you calculate Time?
Time = speed x distance
T= speed/time x distance
T=S/D
T= D/S
30s

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