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1. What is a push or pull that causes object to move?
a. Force
b. Work
c. Impulse d. Momentum
2. What will happen if unbalanced force acts on an object?
a. The force will cause the object to move with constant motion
b. The force will cause the object to remain at rest
c. The force will make the object accelerate
d. None of the above
3. A race car is travelling at a constant speed around a circular track. When the
speed of the the car is doubled, what will happen to the centripetal
acceleration?
a. It will remain the same
c. It will increase by a factor 4
b. It will decrease by a factor of one half
d. It will decrease by a factor
of one-fourth
4. Which of the following situations is net work done equal to zero?
a. A student stretching a spring
b. A ball rolling down an inclined plane
c. An apple falling toward the surface of Earth
d. A box of toys being pulled across a floor at constant velocity
5. Which of the following is not a unit of work?
a. Nm
b. Erg
c. Watt
d. Joule
6. What is the ability to do work?
a. Energy
b. Power
c. Momentum
d. Impulse
7. The scientist best known for his contributions on motion on motion.
a. Newton
b. Galileo
c. Aristotle d. Copernicus
8. A diver steps of a diving platform 10 m above the cliff toward the sea. If no air
resistance is present during the fall, there will be a decrease in the
divers______.
a. Gravitational potential energy
c. Kinetic energy
b. Total mechanical energy
d. Momentum
9. Which of the following is expressed in kilowatt-hours?
a. Energy b. Power
c. Force
d. Momentum
10.This refers to energy by virtue of its motion.
a. Kinetic energy
c. Elastic potential energy
b. Potential energy
d. Speed energy
Average
11.Ian pushes a crate in an inclined plane at a constant speed. Which of the
following statement is not true?
a. The gravitational potential energy of the crate is increasing
b. The net work done by all the forces acting on the crate is 0J
c. Ian does positive work in pushing the crate up the inclined plane
d. The work done on the object by gravity is 0J
12.PJ is cutting the grass using a lawn mower. He pushes the mower with a force
of 45N directed at an angle 40 below the horizontal direction. How much
work is done by PJ when the mower is pushed 9.1 m across the yard?
a. 500J
b. 420J
c. 314J
d. 450J

13.When does refraction occur?
a. When waves pass a media with different densities
c. When waves
enter a narrow opening
b. When waves hit a barrier
d. When waves overlap
each other
14.What happens when wave crests approach each other and interfere?
a. The waves meet constructively
c. The waves meet each other
and bounce back
b. The waves meet destructively
d. The waves refract each other
15.Through which material does sound travel faster?
a. Long metal rod
c. Cooled water of a swimming pool
b. Hot air during the summer months
d. Air at room temperature
16.Objects in real life do not travel in straight line at constant speeds because
of _______?
a. The planets gravitation
c. Acceleration
b. Friction
d. Inertia
17.The acceleration of an object is dependent on _______?
a. The objects mass
c. The position of the mass
b. The force applies on the mass
d. None of the above
18.A force is defined as ______?
a. A fall
c. A push
b. A push or pull
d. A pull
19.If a projectile maintains a speed 100 m/s for 4 s, what is its acceleration?
a. 0 m/s2
c. 10 m/s2
b. 1 m/s2
d 20 m/s2
20.A bowling ball is harder to get moving and harder to stop than a hollow rubber
ballnof the same size. What law explains this?
a. First Law of Motion
c. Third Law of Motion
b. Second Law of Motion d. None of the Above
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is the meaning of PAG-ASA?

is the largest known dwarf planet?
planet is known to have life?
is the meaning of PAR
do you call the weather disturbance in the western pacific region?