Forces and Motion Label Quiz

by Jeremy Jorgensen

| 15 Questions1

1

To find the speed of an object in motion, you need to measure

time and velocity

distance and time

distance and direction

time and direction

2

1

Which of the following can be measured by a vector?

speed

distance

position

velocity

3

1

The change in velocity over time is called acceleration.

True

False

4

1

To calculate the acceleration, you need to know both the final velocity and the initial velocity of an object.

True

False

5

1

If you push or pull a moving object,

it will not accelerate

its mass will change

its velocity will remain the same

its motion will change

6

1

_______________________________ is the change in position over time.

inertia

force

net force

unbalanced force

Newton's First Law

motion

7

1

The overall force acting on an object when all forces are combined is called

unbalanced force

Newton's First Law

force

net force

motion

inertia

8

1

A force that can change the motion of an object is called a(an) _______________________________________.

unbalanced force

motion

net force

force

inertia

Newton's First Law

9

1

A(n) ______________ is a push or a pull.

Newton's First Law

force

motion

net force

inertia

unbalanced force

10

1

Objects at rest remain at rest, and objects in motion remain in motion at the same velocity, unless acted on by an unbalanced for. This statement describes ____________________________.

Newton's First Law

unbalanced force

net force

motion

force

inertia

11

1

The resistance of an object to a change in speed or direction is called ____________________________________.

unbalanced force

force

net force

motion

Newton's First Law

inertia

12

1

For every action is there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Newton's 1st law

Newton's 2nd law

Newton's 3rd law

Newton's 4th law

13

1

The mathematical relationship between momentum, mass, and velocity is

momentum = velocity/mass

momentum = mass/velocity

momentum = mass x velocity

velocity = momentum + mass

14

1

If momentum is conserved, then the total momentum after a collision is equal to

the momentum of the more massive object

the total momentum before the collision

the total force before the collision

the momentum of the faster object

15

1

Which of the following best show the mathematical relationship between force, mass, and acceleration.

Force = mass / acceleration

Force = mass x velocity

Force = mass x acceleration

Force = mass + acceleration

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