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Force and Motion Basketball Review Game

Game Rules If your team gets the question right, you get a chance to shoot the ball into the hoop. If you get the ball in the hoop, each person on your team wins a piece of candy.

The difference between speed and velocity is that velocity includes… a
The difference between speed and velocity is that velocity includes… a. direction b. distance c. time d. weight

What is the combination of all forces acting on an object. a
What is the combination of all forces acting on an object? a. balanced forces b. unbalanced forces c. net forces d. gravitational forces

As the force pushing two surfaces together increases, the friction between the surfaces a. stays the same b. decreases c. increases d. is not affected

Calculate the net forces acting on the wheelchair. a
Calculate the net forces acting on the wheelchair. a. balanced force of N b. unbalanced force of N c. balanced force of N d. unbalanced force of 122 N   170 N 48 N

Four pairs of objects have the masses shown below
Four pairs of objects have the masses shown below. The objects in each pair are the same distance apart. The gravitational force between which pair of objects is greatest? a. 1 kilogram and 1 kilogram b. 1 kilogram and 2 kilograms c. 2 kilograms and 1 kilogram d. 2 kilograms and 2 kilograms

s   Which pair from set A has the greatest gravitational force between them? a. Pair 1 b. Pair 2 c. Neither pair d. Both pairs

s a. Pairs 1 and 2 are equal b. Pair 2 c. Pair 1 d. Neither
Which pair in set B has the least gravitational force between them? a. Pairs 1 and 2 are equal b. Pair 2 c. Pair 1 d. Neither

s   In set C, why is the gravitational force different even though the objects have the same mass? a. Because the velocity is different b. Their distances are different c. There is no difference d. Their masses are different

What are the two factors that determine gravitational force. a
What are the two factors that determine gravitational force? a. matter and mass b. speed and mass c. weight and mass d. distance and mass

What is the net force and direction for object B?
a. 5 N left b. 5 N down c. 5 N up d. 5 N right A B C

What is the net force and direction for object A? a. 3 N to the left
b. 15 N to the right c. 9 N to the right d. 9 N to the left A B C

What is the net force and direction for object C? a. 8 N left
b. 8 N right c. 8 N down d. 8 N up A B C

In physical science, a push or a pull is called a(n) a. force. b
In physical science, a push or a pull is called a(n) a. force. b. acceleration. c. inertia. d. motion.

What happens when two forces act in the same direction?
What happens when two forces act in the same direction? a. They cancel each other out. b. The stronger one prevails. c They add together. d Their sum divided by two is the total force.

Which of the following causes an object to start moving. a
Which of the following causes an object to start moving? a. balanced forces b. unbalanced forces c. either balanced or unbalanced forces d. any combination of forces

When the net forces equal 0 N, they are which of the following. a
When the net forces equal 0 N, they are which of the following? a. balanced b. a push c. unbalanced d. a pull

Which of the following is an example of a balanced force. A
Which of the following is an example of a balanced force? A. a baby pushed in a stroller on a sidewalk b. a child running down a path c. a ball rolling down a hill d. a projector hanging from the ceiling (like the one in the room )

Which walking surface has the least friction. a. sand b. ice c. wood d
Which walking surface has the least friction? a. sand b. ice c. wood d. carpet

How will the motion of a ball rolling on the ground change if the ball encounters a frictional force? a. the ball will speed up b. the ball will slow down c. the ball’s speed will not change d. the ball will change direction

An object in motion has ___________, so it tends to stay in motion
An object in motion has ___________, so it tends to stay in motion. (Newton’s 1st Law) a. speed b. mass c. acceleration d. Inertia

Which pair of objects will have the least gravitational attraction to each other? a. two cinder blocks 6 cm apart b. two marbles 12 cm apart c. a cinder block and marble 6 cm apart d. a cinder block and marble 12 cm apart

If a car is slowing down or changing direction, it must have… a
If a car is slowing down or changing direction, it must have… a. speed b. inertia c. acceleration d. gravity

According to Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion, any object’s force is equal to its mass times its… a. speed b. gravity c. velocity d. acceleration

According to Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion, any action will have an equal and _______________ reaction a. balanced b. opposite c. strong d. unbalanced

What is the force of the soccer ball if the mass is 50 kg and it is accelerating at 10 m/s2?