1Force and Motion LT 1/2 Quiz
 1. Potential energy is energy that isA) Stored energyB) Energy of position and stored energyC) Energy of motionD) Energy of position2. Kinetic energy is energy that isA) Energy of position and stored energyB) Energy of positionC) Stored energyD) Energy of motion3. Which of the following examples show potential energyA) An apple on top of a tableB) Holding booksC) All of the answer choicesD) Girl on top of a diving board4. Which of the following examples show kinetic energy?A) Car racing on a trackB) Ball rolling down a hillC) Kicking soccer ballD) All of the answer choices5. As mass increases in an object the amount of force required to move it?A) DecreasesB) IncreasesC) Stays the sameD) Doesn’t affect it6. What force is acting on a ball that is rolling across the floor?A) Kinetic energyB) GravityC) FrictionD) Potential energy7. What is the main force acting on a pebble rolling down a mountain?A) Kinetic energyB) FrictionC) Potential energyD) Gravity8. What type of energy is represented by the letter A?A) Potential energyB) Kinetic energy9. What are the net forces in the following diagrams?A) 20 (N)B) 0(N)C) 10 (N)10. What are the net forces in the following diagrams?A) 12 (N)B) 2 (N)C) 18 (N)11. The energy related to the motion of an object is called —A) electrical energyB) kinetic energyC) potential energyD) chemical energy12. At what point would the Speedy roller coaster car have the most kinetic energy?A) 5B) 4C) 3D) 613. At what point would the Speedy roller coaster car have the most potential energy?A) 4B) 6C) 3D) 514. The graph above shows the position of a moving object from 0 to 5 seconds. Which of the following statements is TRUE for the moving object?A) The moving object is slowing down and finally stops at the 5­second mark.B) The distance the moving object travels is the same for each second.C) The moving object is accelerating and changing its speed throughout the measurement.D) The moving object is traveling at a constant speed throughout the measurement.15. As the ball rises in the air, it is acted on by the force of gravity. This force causes the ball to —A) speed up, keep its same direction, and then slow down as it falls to the groundB) travel at the same speed until it hits the groundC) travel in the same direction until it hits the groundD) slow down, change direction, and then speed up until it falls to the ground16. Students in a physics class placed a steel ball at the top of a long ramp. As the ball rolled down the ramp, the students measured the distance the ball had traveled at various times. What unbalanced force is affecting the steel ball the most, and how is it affecting the ball's motion?A) Friction with the air is the greatest unbalanced force, and it is causing the ball to slow down.B) Friction with the ramp is the greatest unbalanced force, and it is causing the ball to slow down.C) Gravity is the greatest unbalanced force, and it is causing the ball to speed up.D) The initial push of the ball is the greatest unbalanced force, and it is causing the ball to speed up.17. What type of energy is represented by the letter b?A) Potential EnergyB) Kinetic Energy
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