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Patterns of Motion and Friction

Quiz by Julian Pedraza Avila

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13 questions
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  • Q1
    Are you ready to learn some real-world science? In the next part click the YouTube icon
    Yes!
    No
    300s
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  • Q2
    Can you predict the pattern of motion of the jumping rope?
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    Swinging back and forth
    From side to side
    Just up and down
    Circular around the guy
    Video
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  • Q3
    Patterns of motion can be used to _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the position of objects in the future
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    Jumble
    45s
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  • Q4
    What causes the pendulum to do patterns?
    Different length of strings
    Energy
    Gravity
    Friction
    Video
    30s
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  • Q5
    What can you predict about the pattern of motion of the pendulum?
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    The one with short string will swing slowest
    The one with long string will swing slowest
    they will not swing at all
    They will swing the same
    45s
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  • Q6
    Which of these three pendulums can you predict will have the fastest motion?
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    The medium one
    The shortest one
    The longest one
    All will swing at the same speed
    45s
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  • Q7
    What is the "resistance to motion" called?
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    Friction
    Video
    45s
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  • Q8
    What is produced when you rub two surfaces against each other?
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    electricity
    heat
    anti-matter
    matter
    45s
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  • Q9
    What is the purpose of air in the game "air hockey"?
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    Reduce friction
    Increase friction
    Dry players' hands
    Make players look cool
    45s
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  • Q10
    What part of a car increases friction?
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    The tires
    Amount of gasoline
    Color of paint
    Skill of the driver
    45s
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  • Q11
    What is the bowling floor covered with to reduce friction?
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    Oil
    Paint
    Wood
    Sand
    30s
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  • Q12
    Organize the next cause and effect sentence
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    Jumble
    45s
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  • Q13
    Organize the cause and effect sentence
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    Jumble
    45s
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