SCIENCE CH 6; Forces And Motion - 2: Question Preview (ID: 13556)


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Wheel and Axle
a) A simple machine made up of two cylinders that turn on the same axis. b) A simple machine made up of two inclined planes. c) A simple machine made up of two objects that move around a pulley. d) A simple machine made up of two cylinders that turn on an inclined plane.
Wedge
a) A simple machine made up of two inclined planes. b) A simple machine made up of a slanted surface. c) A simple machine made up of two cylinders that turn on the same axis. d) A simple machine made up of two inclined levers.
Screw
a) A simple machine made up of an inclined plane wrapped around a column. b) A simple machine made up of two inclined planes. c) A simple machine made up of a slanted surface. d) A simple machine made up of an inclined plane wrapped around brick.
Pulley
a) A simple machine made up of a rope fitted around the rim of a fixed wheel. b) A simple machine made up of a slanted surface. c) A simple machine made up of an inclined plane wrapped around a column. d) A simple machine made up of a rope fitted around the rim of a hamster wheel.
Lever
a) A simple machine made up of a stiff bar that moves freely around a fixed point. b) A simple machine made up of a rope fitted around the rim of a fixed wheel. c) A simple machine made up of a slanted surface. d) A simple machine made up of a stiff bar that moves freely through food and wood.
Inclined Plane
a) A simple machine made up of a slanted surface. b) A simple machine made up of an inclined plane wrapped around a column. c) A simple machine made up of a stiff bar that moves freely around a fixed point. d) A simple machine made up of two cylinders that revolve around a lever.
Gravity
a) A force that pulls objects toward each other. b) A force that slows or stops motion between two surfaces that are touching. c) A force that pulls objects from your hands. d) A force that pulls objects toward a simple machine.
Friction
a) A force that slows or stops motion between two surfaces that are touching. b) A force that pulls objects toward each other. c) A force to be reckoned with. d) May the force be with you.
Force
a) A push or a pull. b) An object's location or place. c) A simple machine. d) A friction or gravity.
Frame of Reference
a) The objects you use for comparison. b) The object's location or place. c) The change in an object's position when compared with objects around it. d) The objects you use for velocity.
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