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Question 1 Dana is driving her car 150mph to the northwest. 150mph to the northwest is Danas A.Acceleration B.Velocity C.Average Speed D.Motion

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Question 2 Force=Mass X Acceleration What is the force that is put on 20kg mass to give an acceleration of 6.0 m/s?

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Question 3 Explain the term Inertia. Why do we need to wear seatbelts?

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Question 4 George jumps off his ramp in the middle of the lake. George goes one way and the raft goes the opposite direction. Which statement below explains the results? A.Force is equal to mass times acceleration B.A body in motion tend to stay in motion or a body at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. C.Momentum equals mass time velocity. D.For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

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Question 5 Explain how an objects mass is related to the force needed to accelerate the object.

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Question 6 Force=Mass X Acceleration What is the force that is put on 10kg mass to give an acceleration of 7.5 m/s?

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Question 7 What happens to an object if all the forces acting on it are balance?

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Question 8 A freight train weighing 11,552 tons is traveling 75 km/h. How far will it travel in 11 hours?

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Question 9 What is the force that is always acting against motion?

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Question 10 Johnny tries to tackle James in football practice. He is unable to do so because he does not have enough force. On the other hand, James has no problem tackling Johnny. Which statement below explains the results? A.Force is equal to mass times acceleration B.A body in motion tend to stay in motion or a body at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. C.Momentum equals mass time velocity. D.For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

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Question 11 A B C At which point is this person moving the fastest? How can you tell?

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Question 12 What is this bus doing between points C and D?

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Question 13 Which law best explains why it is easier to kick a soccer ball than a bowling ball?

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Question 14 Force (N)Acceleration (m/s) 10.5 201.0 301.5 402.0 In a series of controlled experiments, a student measures the force acting on a wheeled cart and the carts acceleration. The student's data are shown below Based on the recorded observations, what is the mass of the cart in kilograms? Record and bubble in your answer on the answer document.

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Question 15 Mrs. Lea, in a fit of anger, pulls the chair out from underneath Alex. Alex falls straight to the floor. Which statement below explains the results? A.Force is equal to mass times acceleration B.A body in motion tend to stay in motion or a body at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. C.Momentum equals mass time velocity. D.For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

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Question 16 Force=Mass X Acceleration What is the acceleration of a wagon with a mass of 10kg and a force of 2N put on it?

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Question 17 Will with the ball go to the left or right and with how many Newtons of force?

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Question 18 How can you tell by looking at this graph that this person is traveling at a constant speed?

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Question 19 Force=Mass X Acceleration What is the force that is put on 1kg mass to give an acceleration of 7.2 m/s?

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Question 20 The fuel goes underneath the rocket. The rocket goes up into the sky. Which statement below explains the results? A.Force is equal to mass times acceleration B.A body in motion tend to stay in motion or a body at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. C.Momentum equals mass time velocity. D.For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

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Slide 21 Lizeth runs at a speed of 2mph. How fast can she run in 30 minutes.

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