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TExMaT Master Science Teacher 8-12: Physics Dimensions of Motion Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is considered a vector quantity?

Question 2 2. Using the graph, calculate the displacement for the section labeled B.

Question 3 3. Consider a man walking around a house in a rectangle pattern. He walks 70 feet across the front, 30 feet along the side, 70 feet along the back, and 30 feet along the other side to bring him back to where he began. What is the displacement of the man walking around the house?

Question 4 4. Average acceleration is determined by

Question 5 5. Calculate the displacement for some object in the diagram that starts at Start and ends at Finish.

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Question 6 6. Which of the following would be considered a scalar quantity?

Question 7 7. What is momentum?

Question 8 8. If an object has a mass of 10 kg and a velocity of 6 m/s to the left, what is its momentum?

Question 9 9. What does it mean to say that something is proportional?

Question 10 10. Acceleration is

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Question 11 11. Distance is

Question 12 12. Using the graph, calculate the displacement for the section labeled A.

Question 13 13. What does it mean to say that momentum is conserved?

Question 14 14. Why do the cannon and cannonball cancel out each others' momenta?

Question 15 15. Consider a man walking around a house in a rectangle pattern. He walks 70 feet across the front, 30 feet along the side, 70 feet along the back, and 30 feet along the other side to bring him back to where he began. If it took the man 2 minutes to complete the walk, what was his speed?

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Question 16 16. On a velocity vs. time graph, an object's displacement can be determined by

Question 17 17. What must be exerted an object for it to have momentum?

Question 18 18. What is conserved within any system?

Question 19 19. Looking at this graph, what assumption can you make about the displacement of the object over the time period indicated by the letter A?

Question 20 20. Displacement is

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Question 21 21. If you are falling, which scenario will cause the greatest change in momentum when you land?

Question 22 22. 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 23 23. Which of the following objects is accelerating?

Question 24 24. A vector is

Question 25 25. Why is increasing the time interval a safer way to land from a fall?

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Question 26 26. How was it possible for the bike and the semi-truck to have the same momentum?

Question 27 27. 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 28 28. Which best describes impulse?

Question 29 29. A ball moving at 5 m/s with a momentum of 12 kgm/s. What is the mass of the ball?

Question 30 30. Consider a man walking around a house in a rectangle pattern. He walks 70 feet across the front, 30 feet along the side, 70 feet along the back, and 30 feet along the other side to bring him back to where he began. How much distance did this man cover?

TExMaT Master Science Teacher 8-12: Physics Dimensions of Motion Chapter Exam Instructions

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