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 On a distance - time graph (speed) a flat horizontal line means: a) the object is accelerating b) the object is going backwards c) the object is stopped d) the object is at a constant speed This is speed that does not vary or change a) average speed b) instantaneous speed c) fast speed d) constant speed If a skateboarder coasts a distance of 40 meters in 4 seconds, what is the speed? a) 160 m/s b) 10 m/s c) .1 m/s d) 44 m/s What is the velocity of a biker traveling due west if she travels 9 miles in .75 hours (45 minutes) ? a) 6.75 mi /hr b) 6.75 mi / hr west c) 12 mi /hr d) 12 mi / hr west Convert 3 gallons to liters. 1 gallon = 3.8 liters a) .26 liters b) 11.4 liters c) 1.5 liters d) 4 liters How quickly does the panther accelerate if it's forward velocity changed from 0 - 15 meters per second in 60 seconds? a) 4 m/s/s b) - 4m/s/s c) .25 m/s/s d) -.25 m/s/s On a Velocity - time graph (acceleration) a flat horizontal line means the objects is a) stopped b) accelerating c) decelerating d) at a constant speed On a distance-time graph, a straight line angled down means the object is a) decelerating b) going backwards c) accelerating d) stopped On a velocity time graph, a straight line angled down means the object is a) decelerating b) going backwards c) accelerating d) stopped What is the momentum of a rock with a mass of 500 kg, rolling toward a tree at 10 mi / hr? a) 50 kg mi/hr b) 5000 kg mi / hr c) .2 kg mi/hr d) 510 kg mi/hr
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