  Physics:4D-Newton

Quiz by Sherry Felux-Bell

High School
Physics (2017)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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• Q1
A high school science lab recently misplaced all of their triple beam balances. An experiment requires the students to know the mass of a particular object. The lab has digital force and acceleration sensors that students use to generate the graph below. What is the mass of the object according to the Acceleration-Force graph shown above? 0.05 kg
40 kg
2 kg
20 kg
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• Q2
A strength and conditioning coach recommends that an athlete train by pulling a large amount of mass while sprinting. If action-reaction forces are always equal and opposite, which explanation best describes the action-reaction pair acting on the runner shown above? The runner will accelerate forward because the force of friction by the mass on the runner is always less than the applied force by the runner, resulting in a net force forward.
The runner will accelerate forward because the applied force exerted by the runner creates an equal and opposite frictional force by the ground, but these forces are exerted on different objects.
The runner will not move because the applied force exerted by the runner on the mass will create an equal and opposite frictional force, canceling the applied force.
The runner will remain motionless because the applied force by the runner in the forward direction is less than the frictional force from the ground acting in the opposite direction.
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• Q3
A book is at rest on a level table as shown below. Refer to the above image. Which best represents the action-reaction force that allows the book to remain at rest? The action force is the gravitational force pulling the book downward towards the table, and the reaction force is the friction between the book and the table.
The action force is friction between the book and the table, and the reaction force is the gravitational force pulling the book downward towards the table.
The action force is the normal force of the table pushing the book upwards, and the reaction force is the gravitational force pulling the book downward towards the table.
The action force is the gravitational force pulling the book downward towards the table and the reaction force is the normal force of the table pushing the book upwards.
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• Q4
During a lab, a student rolls a ball down the hallway. The position vs. time graph below shows the position of the ball at different times. According to the information and graph above, which force is most responsible for the decrease in velocity over time? Spring force
Normal force
Frictional force
Gravitational force
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• Q5
A ball is left in the cabin of an airplane. When the plane accelerates forward, the passengers remain in their seats, and the ball rolls to the back of the cabin. According to the information and diagram shown above, what happens to the ball when the plane stops? The ball continues moving backward just as it was when the plane was accelerating forward.
The ball’s inertia keeps it from moving forward.
The ball accelerates toward the back of the plane with a higher magnitude.
The ball rolls to the front of the cabin.
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