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  1. The passenger in the rear seat of a car moving at a steady speed is at rest relative to: • A. the side of the road. • B. a pedestrian on the corner ahead. • C. the front seat of the car. • D. the wheels of the car.

  2. The product of an object’s mass and velocity is its • A. centripetal force. • B. momentum. • C. net force. • D. weight. The power of a machine measures • A. its rate of doing work. • B. its strength. • C. the force it produces. • D. the work it does.

  3. The type of current in your school is mostly • A. direct current • B. alternating current. • C. series current. • D. parallel current.