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Motion Practice SR Questions. 1. A group of students is using the standard vehicle with the falling-weight system. If they increase the mass of the vehicle, but keep the force the same, what will happen? The vehicle will move a. faster and farther b. slower and not as far

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Practice SR Questions

1. A group of students is using the standard vehicle with the falling-weight system.

If they increase the mass of the vehicle, but keep the force the same, what will happen? The vehicle will move

a. faster and farther

b. slower and not as far

c. the same speed and distance

d. slower and farther

2. A group of students is using the standard vehicle with the falling-weight system.

Which type of force is providing the energy in this system?

a. friction

b. drag

c. gravity

d. weight

3. Which of the following describes periodic motion? the falling-weight system.

a. equal distances traveled in

equal times

b. different distances traveled in

equal times

c. motion with no pattern

d. motion that repeats itself

4. Which is an example of periodic motion? the falling-weight system.

a. bouncing ball

b. escalator

c. falling object

d. accelerating car

5. Which of the following describes uniform motion? the falling-weight system.

a. motion with no pattern

b. motion that repeats itself

c. equal distances traveled in equal

times

d. different distances traveled in

equal times

6. Which is an example of uniform motion? the falling-weight system.

a. bouncing ball

b. accelerating car

c. conveyor belt

d. pogo stick

Which is an example of variable motion?

a. a pogo stick

b. an accelerating car

c. an escalator

d. a bouncing ball

8. Which of the following measurements can be used to describe a change in position?

a. 2 meters

b. 2 grams

c. 2º Celsius

d. 2 milliliters

9. On the standard vehicle, what design feature describe a change in position?increases the friction between the vehicle and the work surface?

a. tires

b. tan hub connectors

c. crossbars

d. frame

10. You are moving a propeller-driven vehicle on a tile surface. You move your vehicle to a carpeted surface and your vehicle slows down.

What caused the change in the speed of your vehicle?

a. propeller

b. friction

c. rubberband

d. gravity

11. Many vehicles are designed to decrease air resistance. surface. You move your vehicle to a carpeted surface and your vehicle slows down.

Air resistance is what type of force?

a. tension

b. kinetic

c. friction

d. gravity

Vehicle A has no blocks surface. You move your vehicle to a carpeted surface and your vehicle slows down.

Vehicle B has 1 block

Vehicle C has 2 blocks

Vehicle D has 3 blocks

12. Which vehicle would require the most force in order to move?

a. Vehicle A

b. Vehicle B

c. Vehicle C

d. Vehicle D

Vehicle A has no blocks surface. You move your vehicle to a carpeted surface and your vehicle slows down.

Vehicle B has 1 block

Vehicle C has 2 blocks

Vehicle D has 3 blocks

13. Given the same force, which vehicle would move the greatest distance in 5 seconds.

a. Vehicle A

b. Vehicle B

c. Vehicle C

d. Vehicle D

14. Which type of motion is a roller surface. You move your vehicle to a carpeted surface and your vehicle slows down.

coaster?

a. uniform

b. variable

c. periodic

d. perpetual

15. What is the force that is acting surface. You move your vehicle to a carpeted surface and your vehicle slows down.most

upon these falling objects?

a. friction

b. gravity

c. tension

d. potential

In this investigation, a student is releasing a marble at the top of a ramp and observing it rolling down the ramp.

Image copied from National Geographic’s Using Force and Motion, p. 29.

16. Which best explains the reason the marble stops

rolling?

a. friction

b. gravity

c. tension

d. drag

speed. Both vehicles slow down with the same stopping force.

17. Which statement best explains why the truck needs

more distance to stop?

a. The truck is longer.

b. The truck has more mass.

c. The truck has larger wheels.

d. The truck has a larger engine.

• 20. Ken rolled a ball along the floor. After a while, the ball slowed down and stopped. Which of these best explains why the ball did not keep rolling?

• All the forces on the ball were equal.

• The force of friction acts against the ball’s motion.

• There were no forces acting on the ball as it rolled.

• The force of gravity pushes the ball away from the floor.

Get Ready for the Answers ball slowed down and stopped. Which of these best explains why the ball did not keep rolling?

B ball slowed down and stopped. Which of these best explains why the ball did not keep rolling?

C

D

A

C

C

B

A

A

B

10. B

11. C

12. D

13. A

14. B

15. B

16. A

17. B

18. C

19. D

20. B