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A student pushes on an object with a force of 6 newtons and the object does not move. What force does the object exert on the student’s hands? |
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a) 0 N | b) 3 N | c) 6 N | d) 12 N | |

When the roller coaster rolls onto a flat section of track, what force would ultimately bring it to a stop if no other forces are added? |
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a) gravity | b) weight | c) friction | d) acceleration | |

The box is being pushed to the right with a force of 300 newtons, and to the left with a force of 400 newtons. |
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a) 300 newtons | b) 400 newtons | c) 700 newtons | d) 100 newtons | |

Arturo ran a 3,000-meter race. His running time from start to finish was 10 minutes. What was Arturo’s average speed? |
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a) 5 m/s | b) 50 m/s | c) 100 m/s | d) 300 m/s | |

A car is traveling on a highway at a constant velocity. Which statement best describes the forces acting on the car? |
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a) The forces acting on the car are balanced. | b) The forces acting on the car are in the same direction. | c) The forces acting on the car are continuing to increase. | d) The forces acting on the car are equal to the force of gravity. | |

Marcus pushes against a refrigerator with a force of 300 newtons (N) to the right. Kelli pushes against the refrigerator with a force of 360 N to the left.How much additional force could Marcus apply in order to overcome the force applied by Kelli? |
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a) 60 N to the right | b) 65 N to the right | c) 365 N to the left | d) 660 N to the left | |

Two students pull on a rope with 100 N in opposite directions. If the student on the left increased her force to 125 N, the rope would most likely |
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a) go from rightward acceleration to leftward acceleration. | b) go from motionless to leftward acceleration. | c) decrease its leftward acceleration. | d) decrease its rightward acceleration. | |

Students observed a turtle in the schoolyard. They measured the distance that the turtle traveled in 30 minutes. If the turtle walked 40 meters in that time, what was its average speed? |
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a) 0.75 m/h | b) 20 m/s | c) 80 m/h | d) 1,200 m/h | |

Which is most likely needed when describing the change in position of an object? |
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a) initial speed | b) direction change | c) reference point | d) constant rate | |

An airplane flies in a straight line between two cities that are separated by 840 kilometers. If it takes 4 hours for the airplane to make the trip, what is its average speed? |
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a) 84 km/h | b) 105 km/h | c) 180 km/h | d) 210 km/h | |

While Brandon pushes the object and it remains in contact with the ramp, which force has the greatest affect on causing it to slow? |
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a) the applied force | b) a frictional force | c) the force due to gravity | d) a force of air resistance | |

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