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_________ is a unit of speed |
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a) m/s | b) s | c) kg | d) hr | |

Distance is |
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a) how far you end up from your starting point. | b) how far you actually travel. | c) always in a straight line. | d) a vector quantity. | |

Displacement is |
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a) always a straight line. | b) how far you end up away from your starting point. | c) a vector quantity. | d) all of the above. | |

George walks 5 blocks east, then turns around and walks 4 blocks back toward his starting point. What is the distance that George travels? |
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a) 1 block east | b) 1 block west | c) 9 blocks | d) | |

George walks 5 blocks east, then turns around and walks 4 blocks back toward his starting point. His displacement is |
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a) 1 block east | b) 1 block west | c) 9 blocks | d) 9 blocks south | |

A ____________ quantity can be described with a magnitude alone. |
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a) scalar | b) vector | c) large | d) physical | |

A ____________ quantity requires both magnitude and direction. |
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a) scalar | b) vector | c) large | d) physical | |

___________ describes how fast something is going, whereas, _____________ describes how fast something is going in a certain direction. |
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a) speed, velocity | b) rate, speed | c) rate, velocity | d) speed, acceleration | |

If a total distance of 750m is covered in a time interval of 25s, the average speed is |
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a) 3,974 mph | b) 3 mph | c) 30 mph | d) 30 m/s | |

Which of the following is a measure of velocity? |
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a) 30s | b) 30 South | c) 30 m/s | d) 30 m/s South | |

If a person walked at 2 m/s for 12 s, they would travel a distance of |
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a) 4m | b) 6m | c) 24m | d) none of the above | |

Average speed can be found by |
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a) dividing time by distance traveled. | b) dividing distance traveled by time. | c) multiplying time by distance traveled. | d) dividing the change of velocity by time traveled. | |

The _________ of a distance-time graph is speed. |
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a) slope | b) y-intercept | c) origin | d) none of these answers | |

In a distance-time graph, a line with a slope of 0 means |
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a) the velocity is constant. | b) the object is not moving. | c) time has stopped. | d) the speed is constant | |

In a speed-time graph, a line with a slope of 0 means |
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a) the speed of the object is constant. | b) the object is not moving. | c) the object is accelerating. | d) the object has returned to its point of origin. | |

The rate at which the velocity of an object is changing is known as: |
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a) rate | b) speed | c) acceleration | d) velocity | |

If a car is going 100 m/s and slows down to 50 m/s in 20s, what is the rate of acceleration? |
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a) -5 m | b) 50 m/s | c) 25 m/s/s | d) -2.5 m/s/s | |

Motion that is occurring under the influence of gravity ONLY is known as |
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a) gravitational motion | b) negative velocity | c) gravitational speed | d) free fall | |

Acceleration is calculated by |
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a) dividing distance by time. | b) multiplying distance by time. | c) dividing time by change in velocity. | d) dividing change in velocity by time. | |

Acceleration can describe |
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a) an increase in speed. | b) a decrease in speed. | c) a change in direction. | d) all of the above | |

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