Semester 1 Final Review

Quiz by Tracy Buckley [Johnson JHS]

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31 questions
• Q1
A bike parked on a hill may roll backwards due to
a frictional force
an unbalanced force
inertia
a balanced force
30s
• Q2
Two boys are playing tug-a-war. The rope is not moving because the boys are pulling in
opposite directions with equal force
the same direction with equal force
the same direction with equal force
opposite directions with unequal force
30s
• Q3
What would cause the greatest acceleration?
applying 12 N of force to an object that is 100 kg
applying 12 N of force to an object that is 1000 kg
applying 10 N of force to an object that is 100 kg
applying 10 N of force to an object that is 1000 kg
30s
• Q4
A girl throws a bowling ball 10 m and then throws a baseball. Which requires more force and why?
the baseball because it has less volume
bowling ball because it has more volume
the baseball because it has less mass
bowling ball because it has more mass
30s
• Q5
A cart with a mass of 100 kg accelerates when 10 N is applied. If the mass is doubled, how much force is required for the same acceleration?
20 N
100 N
200 N
10 N
30s
• Q6
A baseball bat strikes a ball. If the action force is the bat hitting the ball, the reaction force is.....
the ball hitting the air
the ball hitting the ground
the bat being dropped
the ball hitting the bat
30s
• Q7
Newton's 1st Law states
an object at rest will begin moving until an unbalanced force is applied.
an object at rest stays at rest until acted upon by an unbalanced force
an object will eventually stop with a balanced force applied
for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
30s
• Q8
A dog riding a skateboard at 4 m/s hits a curb. The dog will
fall forward at a speed equal to 4 m/s
fall backwards a speed greater than 4 m/s
fall forward at a speed greater than 4 m/s
fall backwards at a speed equal to 4 m/s
30s
• Q9
What two factors are used to calculate speed?
distance and time
mass and time
mass and velocity
distance and velocity
30s
• Q10
Which is not an example of a child accelerating on a bike?
pedaling faster
continuing down the street
turning a corner
slamming on the brakes
30s
• Q11
A camel is walking at a constant speed of 2 m/s. How far will the camel travel in 30 minutes?
15 m
3600 m
1800 m
60 m
30s
• Q12
About how long will is take for Jill to travel 5 km at a speed of 4 m/s?
20 minutes
1 hour
2 hours
30 minutes
30s
• Q13
What requires the greatest force?
pulling a puppy on a leash
stopping a child on a bike
pushing a couch across the room
throwing a baseball
30s
• Q14
What will happen is a child and a large adult both kick a soccer ball?
the child will kick it farther because they apply less force
the child will kick it farther because they have less mass
the adult will kick it farther because they have greater mass
the adult will kick it farther because they apply more force
30s
• Q15
Which one shows the benefit of friction?
expanding the tires of a car during a trip
causing the soles of shoes to wear out
preventing cars from sliding
increasing drag on an airplane
30s

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