# Motion Review

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- Q1What is the unit for acceleration?meter per second squaredmeter per second squaredmetermeter per second30s
- Q2What is the formula to calculate speed?time multiplied by distancedistance divided by timedistance multiplied by timetime divided by distance30s
- Q3What is the formula for calculating average velocity?change in displacement multiplied by change in timechange in time minus change in displacementchange in time divided by change in displacementchange in displacement divided by change in time30s
- Q4What is the formula for calculating distance?velocity multiplied by timevelocity plus timetime divided by velocityvelocity divided by time30s
- Q5What is the formula for calculating acceleration?change in velocity divided by change in timechange in velocity multiplied by change in timechange in time divided by change in velocitychange in time minus change in velocity30s
- Q6What is the formula for calculating displacement?final position multiplied by initial positionfinal position divided by initial positionfinal position minus initial positionfinal position plus initial position30s
- Q7What is the term for the change in velocity over time?AccelerationDistanceVelocityPosition30s
- Q8What is the term for the force that opposes the motion of two surfaces in contact with each other?FrictionInertiaMomentumGravity30s
- Q9What is the SI unit of force?WattPascalNewtonJoule30s
- Q10What is the formula to calculate force?Force = velocity x timeForce = mass x accelerationForce = work / distanceForce = pressure x area30s
- Q11What is the definition of motion?The color of an object.The density of an object.The change in position of an object with respect to its surroundings.The amount of force applied to an object.30s
- Q12What is the formula to calculate speed?Speed = Distance / TimeSpeed = Time / DistanceSpeed = Distance * TimeSpeed = Distance + Time30s
- Q13What is the formula to calculate acceleration?Acceleration = Final Velocity / Initial Velocity * TimeAcceleration = (Final Velocity - Initial Velocity) / TimeAcceleration = (Final Velocity - Initial Velocity) * TimeAcceleration = Final Velocity * Initial Velocity * Time30s
- Q14What is the formula to calculate displacement?Displacement = Final Position / Initial PositionDisplacement = Final Position + Initial PositionDisplacement = Final Position * Initial PositionDisplacement = Final Position - Initial Position30s
- Q15What is the difference between speed and velocity?Speed is only concerned with magnitude, while velocity also considers direction.Speed and velocity are essentially the same thing.Speed is the rate at which an object changes its position, while velocity is the distance an object travels in a given time.Speed is a scalar quantity that refers to the rate at which an object covers distance, while velocity is a vector quantity that takes into account both the object's speed and direction.30s