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AND NOW IT’S TIME TO TEST YOURKNOWLEDGEAnd See Force & Motion

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Who Wants To Be A Scientist! STUDENT ANSWER SHEET Question My Answer Choice Correct Answer Points That I Earned 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. TOTAL Name ________________ Date _________________ Period _______________ Use this table to record your own answer to each game questions. Record and check your answer then add up the points you earned and total your score. Life lines I Used 50/50 Slide Ask Another Student Poll The Class F ORCE & M OTION

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1. If an object is ‘at rest’ all the forces acting on the object must be _______________. unbalanced strong weak balanced A B C D For 10 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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Answer 1. is balanced D All objects at rest are surrounded by balanced forces.

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2. The speed an object is moving is determined by which two measurements? weight & gravity distance & time length & width mass & time A B C D For 20 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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Answer 2. is distance & time B Speed is the distance traveled over time.

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3. Which force slows down and can stop a moving object? friction attract or repel push or pull gravity A B C D For 30 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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Answer 3. is friction A Friction is a force that resists motion.

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4. Darlene drove her car 45 miles from Lake Worth to Belle Glade. What else would she need to measure to find her average speed. mass of car weight of car pull of gravity time to travel A B C D For 40 Points For 40 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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time to travel D Answer 4. is To determine the speed of an object you need both distance & time.

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5.Ricardo watches horses run around the race track. Each time he looks at a different horse, it has changes _______ on the race track. time mass position weight A B C D For 50 Points For 50 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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position C Answer 5. is All moving objects are constantly changing position.

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For 60 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? 6. This cartoon shows that to move an object with more mass, you need to apply more _________. friction speed force momentum A B C D Come on, I did it for you. Click for 50/50

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force C Answer 6. is It takes more force to move an object with more mass.

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7.Jackie uses a parachute in the egg-drop competition. What force is she trying to overcome? friction magnetism wind gravity A B C D For 70 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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gravity D Answer 7. is Air resistance works against the force of gravity on Earth.

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For 80 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? 8.If the two forces acting on this race car are unbalanced. What must the car be doing? stopping moving turning resting A B C D MOREFORCE lessforce Click for 50/50

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moving B Answer 8. is When unbalanced forces are acting on an object it is in motion.

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9.What is the name of the force that works against the motion of an object, slowing it down, or stopping it when two surfaces rub against each other? push pull gravity friction A B C D For 90 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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friction D Answer 9. is Friction acts against the push or pull on an object.

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10. What do a push, a pull, gravity, and friction all have in common? they are forces they are energy they cause rest they are matter A B C D For 100 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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they are forces A Answer 10. is A push, a pull, gravity, and friction are types of forces.

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11. This science tool can pull on or stick to some metal objects. forceps magnet tweezers scissors A B C D For 110 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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magnet B Answer 11. is A magnet will attract magnetic metals and stick to them.

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12. The pull between some metal objects and a magnet is a force called __________. friction attracting magnetism repelling A B C D For 120 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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magnetism C Answer 12. is Magnetism is the pulling force between an object and a magnet.

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13. North or south describes what place on a magnet where the magnetic force is strongest. the foot the shoe the sides the poles A B C D For 130 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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the poles D Answer 13. is The poles of a magnet are opposite each other and labeled N or S.

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14. When Samantha moves her magnet towards Peter’s magnet, it pushes his magnet away. Why does this happen? her magnet is stronger his magnet is weaker the magnets poles are alike the magnets poles are different A B C D For 140 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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the magnets poles are alike C Answer 14. is N NS S Poles that are alike repel each other, such as N N or S S.

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15. If Samantha turns her magnet so the south pole is facing the north pole of Peter’s magnet, what will the magnets do? attract repel rest nothing A B C D For 150 Points Who Wants To Be A Scientist ? Click for 50/50

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attract A Answer 15. is NSSN Poles that are unlike, attract each other, such as N S or S N.

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GAME OVER Time to total your points. Make sure you name, date, and period number are on your answer sheet! HAND IN YOUR WORKSHEETS

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Keep LEARNING And You Can Be The Next to Win

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1. If an object is ‘at rest’ all the forces acting on the object must be _______________. unbalanced strong weak balanced A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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2. The speed an object is moving is determined by which two measurements? weight & gravity distance & time length & width mass & time A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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3. Which force slows down and can stop a moving object? friction attract or repel push or pull gravity A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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4. Darlene drove her car 48 miles from Lake Worth to Belle Glade. What else would she need to measure to determine her speed. mass of car weight of car pull of gravity time to travel A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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5.Ricardo watches horses run around the race track. Each time he looks at a different horse, it changes _______ on the race track. time mass position weight A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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6. This cartoon shows that to move an object with more mass, you need to apply more _________. friction speed force momentum A B C D Come on, I did it for you. = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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7.Jackie uses a parachute in the egg-drop competition. What force is she trying to overcome? friction magnetism wind gravity A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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8.If the two forces acting on this race car are unbalanced. What must the car be doing? stopping moving turning resting A B C D MOREFORCE lessforce = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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9.What is the name of the force that works against the motion of an object, slowing it down, or stopping it when two surfaces rub against each other? push pull gravity friction A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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10. What do a push, a pull, gravity, and friction all have in common? they are forces they are energy they cause rest they are matter A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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11. This science tool can pull on or stick to some metal objects. forceps magnet tweezers scissors A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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12. The pull between some metal objects and a magnet is a force called __________. friction attracting magnetism repelling A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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13. North or south describes what place on a magnet where the magnetic force is strongest. the foot the shoe the sides the poles A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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14. When Samantha moves her magnet towards Peter’s magnet, it pushes his magnet away. Why does this happen? her magnet is stronger his magnet is weaker the magnets poles are alike the magnets poles are different A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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15. If Samantha turns her magnet so the south pole is facing the north pole of Peter’s magnet, what will the magnets do? attract repel rest nothing A B C D = Wrong Answer 50/50 Chance Click for Answer

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ANSWER KEY Who Wants To Be A Scientist! ANSWER KEY Question My Answer Choice Correct Answer Points That I Earned 1. D10 2. B20 3. A30 4. D40 5. C50 6. C60 7. D70 8. B80 9. D90 10. A100 11. B110 12. C120 13. D130 14. C140 15. A150 TOTAL Name ________________ Date _________________ Period _______________ Use this table to record your own answer to each game questions. Record and check your answer then add up the points you earned and total your score. Life lines I Used 50/50 Slide Ask Another Student Poll The Class F ORCE & M OTION

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Forces Pages 188 to 191. Forces Force - a push or a pull, measured in Newtons (N) Contact Force – is a push or a pull one object applies to another object.

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