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To calculate the average speed, you must |
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a) add distance and time | b) subtract the total amount of distance and by the total amount of time | c) add speed plus direction | d) divide the total amount of distance by the total amount of time | |

What would the graph of no motion look like? |
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a) a horizontal line | b) the slope of the line increasing steadily | c) the slope of the line decreasing steadily | d) the line of the graph would increase and decrease | |

Which type of force has NO MOTION? |
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a) balanced forces | b) unbalanced forces | c) increased forces | d) all of the answers listed are correct. | |

A car went 100 miles in 2 hours. What is the average speed of the car? |
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a) 50 km/hour | b) 200 miles/hour | c) 50 miles/hour | d) 100 km/hour | |

What type of force happens when objects rub against each other? |
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a) magnetic force | b) contact force | c) gravitational force | d) friction | |

A ____________ is a push or pull that causes an object to change its motion. |
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a) force | b) change | c) kinetic | d) compound | |

_____________ is the tendency of an object to keep moving or stay at rest. |
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a) friction | b) force | c) inertia | d) gravity | |

The force that works against motion on a falling object is |
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a) air resistance | b) friction | c) magnetism | d) speed | |

The force that causes objects to be pulled toward the Earth is known as-- |
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a) gravity | b) wind | c) friction | d) air resistance | |

A startled kangaroo can cross a distance of 60 meters in only 3 seconds. What is the speed of the kangaroo? |
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a) 4m/s | b) 12.5 m/s | c) 20 m/s | d) 60 m/s | |

The formula for speed can best be written as |
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a) Speed=d/t | b) Speed= d X t | c) mass x acceleration | d) speed x time | |

The big difference between speed and velocity is that veolicity gives a |
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a) direction | b) distance | c) time | d) mass | |

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