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Motion in One Dimension Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Consider two forces both pushing an object in the same direction. Which of the following is accurate concerning these two forces?

Question 2 2. An object's resistance to change in motion is referred to as ...

Question 3 3. Consider an object that has a constant velocity of 1,000 miles per hour to the west. Which of the following is true concerning this object?

Question 4 4. An object is said to be accelerating if ...

Question 5 5. The study of moving objects is referred to as ...

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Question 6 6. What is an example of a Force?

Question 7 7. Which one is an example of acceleration?

Question 8 8. In order for an object to move a __________ has to be acted upon it.

Question 9 9. The amount of Force on an object depends on the object's...

Question 10 10. According to Newton's third law of motion- when you lean on a brick wall what is happening?

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Question 11 11. A graph has quantity A on the y-axis and quantity B on the x-axis. What will the slope of the graph tell you?

Question 12 12. What does the area under a force-time graph tell you?

Question 13 13. A graph has quantity A on the y-axis and quantity B on the x-axis. What will the area of the graph tell you?

Question 14 14. What does the slope of a distance-time graph tell you?

Question 15 15. What is the general shape of a distance-time graph for simple harmonic motion?

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Question 16 16. Average acceleration is determined by

Question 17 17. Which of the following objects is accelerating?

Question 18 18. A ball traveling at 3 m/s East hits a wall and bounces off heading West traveling at 2 m/s . If the change in direction took 0.4 second, what is the average acceleration of the ball?

Question 19 19. An 80 lb cheetah jogging left at 15 m/s suddenly accelerates to 30 m/s. The cheetah crosses about 45 meters of savannah and needs 2 seconds to reach 30 m/s. What was the cheetah's acceleration?

Question 20 20. Acceleration is

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Question 21 21. Two drones are flying in the x-z plane. What is the proper vector-addition setup to solve for the velocity of drone 2 relative to drone 1? Drone 1 is represented by the number 1 and drone 2 is represented by the number 2.

Question 22 22. Which of the displacements is two-dimensional?

Question 23 23. An airplane and a drone are flying at the given velocities which are both relative to the air. What is the velocity of the airplane relative to the drone in the z-direction?

Question 24 24. The cue ball and the eight ball are moving relative to each other on a pool table. How fast is the eight ball moving in the y-direction relative to the pool table? 'e' stands for eight ball, 'c' stands for cue ball, and 't' stands for table.

Question 25 25. The data below gives the velocities and partial acceleration of a 6 kg mass. What is the acceleration of the object in the y-direction?

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Question 26 26. Calculate the average speed for the course, if you walked the black line in 1.7 hours.

Question 27 27. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

Question 28 28. Calculate the average velocity for the course, if you walked the black line in 1.7 hours.

Question 29 29. Average speed is

Question 30 30. Average Velocity

Motion in One Dimension Chapter Exam Instructions

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