Kinematics Principles Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What is a vector?

Question 2 2. To correctly solve free fall problems, you need to

Question 3 3. Kinematics can answer all of the following questions EXCEPT

Question 4 4. Using the graph, calculate the displacement for the section labeled D.

Question 5 5. An object is thrown upwards with a velocity of 3 meters per second, such that the only force acting on it is gravity (acceleration is -9.8). What will the object's velocity be after 2 seconds?

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Question 6 6. This graph represents an object that is

Question 7 7. For this graph, calculate the total average velocity.

Question 8 8. Using the graph, calculate the displacement for the section labeled B.

Question 9 9. This graph represents how fast you jogged over a specific period of time. If you traveled 3 meters in 1 second, using the graph, what label should be at position A?

Question 10 10. Which kinematic values can be represented graphically?

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Question 11 11. What aspect of kinematics would you need to use time to determine?

Question 12 12. Before beginning projectile motion problems, you need to

Question 13 13. If an object is 'released from rest' what kinematic quantity does that tell you the value of?

Question 14 14.

A marathon runner runs with an average velocity of 5.5 m/s. How long in seconds does it take for the runner to travel 158 m?

(Round to the nearest second.)

Question 15 15. The acceleration due to gravity is represented by

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Question 16 16. For this graph, calculate the total average speed.

Question 17 17. A speed limit sign along a highway in Montana says 70 mph. This information on this sign is an example of

Question 18 18. Which of the following pieces of ticker tape represent an object that is slowing down? (Assuming the ticker tape was pulled to the LEFT, though the device.)

Question 19 19. The term kinematics refers to

Question 20 20. Scalar is

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Question 21 21. What does a diagonal upwards-sloping line on a position-time graph mean?

Question 22 22. On a position vs. time graph, with position on the y-axis and time on the x-axis, a change in direction is represented by

Question 23 23. While climbing a tree, you pick an apple and throw it straight down. After 1 second, the apple is traveling 18 m/s. How fast will the apple be traveling 3 seconds later?

Question 24 24. What does it tell you if the dots on a piece of ticker tape are close together?

Question 25 25. Which of these words accurately describes 'position'?

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Question 26 26. In Latin, the suffix -ics means

Question 27 27. Which of the following graphs represents free fall motion on a Velocity vs. Time graph?

Question 28 28. In Greek, Kinemat- means

Question 29 29. Using the graph, calculate the displacement for the section labeled A.

Question 30 30. Gravity is

Kinematics Principles Chapter Exam Instructions

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