QUARTER 3 SCIENCE WEEK 2 LEARNING TASKS

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10 questions
• Q1
Where is gravitational force directed as you stand on the floor?
backward
forward
downward
upward
30s
• Q2
Which of the following shows the presence of friction?
cars stop when the driver steps on the brakes
people stay in place as they move
cars continuously roll down hills
things fall off on smooth surfaces
30s
• Q3
What is the direction of the frictional force that acts on an object moving to the left?
upward
to the left also
to the right
downward
30s
• Q4
Which of the following statements is not true about friction?
it keeps things that are in contact with each other
it prevents things from sliding off surfaces
it acts upward opposing the pull of gravity
it holds objects that are separated by the great distance
30s
• Q5
A delivery man uses wooden ramp when he delivers thus, packages do not slide off easily making his work take longer. What would be the best way to make the packages slide easily?
use water on his wooden ramp
use a sandpaper to polish and smoothen his ramp
make his wooden ramp wider
make his wooden ramp narrower
30s
• Q6
A hanging fruit falling from a tree.
FRICTIONAL FORCE
GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
30s
• Q7
A ball rolling on the floor.
GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
FRICTIONAL FORCE
30s
• Q8
A jeepney moving on a sloping road
FRICTIONAL FORCE
GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
30s
• Q9
A meteor falling through the Earth’s atmosphere.
GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
FRICTIONAL FORCE
30s
• Q10
Raindrops falling from the sky.
GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
FRICTIONAL FORCE
30s

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