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Topic: 3.6 Force, Motion and Energy

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 3
Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Grade 3
Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

3.6.B: Force, Motion and Energy

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  • Q1
    The diagram below shows a view of a ball from above a table. The ball is rolling across the table. A student lightly taps the rolling ball in the direction shown below. In which direction does the ball most likely move after the student taps the ball?
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    60s
    3.6.B: Force, Motion and Energy
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  • Q2
    The picture below shows a pulley system that can be used to lift a box. Which of these should a person do to lift the box?
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    Tie the end of the rope to the box
    Allow the end of the rope to move upward
    Pull the end of the rope downward
    Tie the end of the rope to the ceiling hook
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    3.6.B: Force, Motion and Energy
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  • Q3
    Four students stand facing a box. The diagram below shows an overhead view of the box. The numbered circles represent the positions of the students. What do the students need to do to slide the box to the northeast?
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    Students 1 and 4 push, and Students 2 and 3 pull.
    Students 3 and 4 push, and Students 1 and 2 pull.
    Students 1 and 2 push, and Students 3 and 4 pull.
    Students 2 and 3 push, and Students 1 and 4 pull.
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    3.6.B: Force, Motion and Energy
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  • Q4
    Two students are playing on a swing set. Student 1 is leaning back and extending her legs as she moves upward. Student 2 is sitting on the swing with his feet on the ground. Which statement describes how position and work are related in this picture?
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    Student 1 is changing position because work is being done on the swing.
    Both students are doing work even if only one student is changing position.
    Work done by Earth’s gravity prevents Student 2 from changing position.
    Work is being done on both students by the swings because one swing is changing position.
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    3.6.B: Force, Motion and Energy
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  • Q5
    The two pictures show part of an investigation. A magnet, a book, and a paper clip are on a sheet of lined paper. In Picture 1 a student slides a magnet closer to the book. The student holds the book still in both pictures. Which statement about this investigation can be supported by the result shown?
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    Work was done on the magnet only.
    Work was done on the magnet and the paper clip only
    Work was done on the magnet and the book only
    Work was done on the magnet, the book, and the paper clip.
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    3.6.B: Force, Motion and Energy
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