# You will be in teams of 3-4. Be respectful of your teammates and your opponents Everyone on your team must copy the question down in your journal in order.

## Presentation on theme: "You will be in teams of 3-4. Be respectful of your teammates and your opponents Everyone on your team must copy the question down in your journal in order."— Presentation transcript:

You will be in teams of 3-4. Be respectful of your teammates and your opponents Everyone on your team must copy the question down in your journal in order to receive credit for the question After the question is given the first 60 seconds must be silent for everyone to work on the problem by themselves Your team will have 30 seconds to decide on an answer IF A TEAM DOES NOT FOLLOW THE RULES THEY WILL BE DISQUALIFED AND REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ALTERNATIVE ASSIGNMENT FOR THE REST OF CLASS

Which of the following is an example of speed? A. 2 mi B. 30 mi/hr south C. 4 m/hr/sec D. 2 m/s

Which of the following is an example of acceleration? A. 2 mi B. 30 mi/hr south C. 4 m/hr/sec D. 2 m/s

Which of the following is a vector? A. 2 mi B. 30 mi/hr south C. 4 m/hr/sec D. 2 m/s

How many independent variables should be changed in a good control experiment? A. Four B. Three C. Two D. One

If Jose comes to class earlier then he will get a better grade in Mr. Lichaj’s class. Identify the dependent and independent variable. A. grade is the independent and time at class is the dependent variable B. both grade and time at class are independent C. time at class is the independent and grade is the dependent variable

A basketball is dropped from the top of Steinmetz and it takes 5 sec to hit the ground. What is the speed of the ball right before it hits the ground? A. 5 m/s B. 25 m/s C. 50 m/s D. 500 m/s

If Mr. Lichaj lives 10 miles from school and his average speed on his bike is 20 mi/hr, how long will it take to reach home? A. 0.5 hr B. 1 hr C. 1.5 hr D. 2 hr

What is happening at point B in the graph? A. constant velocity B. constant speed C. Decelerating, slowing down D. Accelerating, speeding up

What is the independent variable in the graph? A. Degrees in F B. Day C. New York D. none of the above

Mr. Lichaj wants the test the effects monster energy drinks has on his students test scores. On Friday he picks 10 students in each class to drink the monster energy drink and compares their test scores to students who did not drink the monster energy drink. What is my independent variable A. test scores B. drinking monster C. number of students D. Students not drinking monster

Mr. Lichaj wants the test the effects monster energy drinks has on his students test scores. On Friday he picks 10 students in each class to drink the monster energy drink and compares their test scores to students who did not drink the monster energy drink. What is my control? A. test scores B. drinking monster C. number of students D. Students not drinking monster

What is happening in the graph? A.Speeding up or acceleration B.Object isn’t moving C.Moving at constant velocity D.None of the above

What is happening in the graph? A.Speeding up or acceleration B.Object isn’t moving C.Moving at constant velocity D.None of the above

What is happening in the graph? A.Speeding up or acceleration B.Object isn’t moving C.Moving at constant velocity D.None of the above

Mr. Lichaj is on an airplane to England to visit his brother. If Mr. Lichaj’s brother lives 4000 miles away and the whole trip to his brother’s house takes 10 hrs, what is Mr. Lichaj’s average speed? A. 40000 mi/hr B. 40 mi/ hr C. 400 mi/hr D. 4 mi/hr

When Mr. Lichaj looks at the speedometer on his bike that is an example of: A. His average speed B. His instantaneous speed C. His average acceleration D. His average distance traveled