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What is an example of a reference point? |
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a) Distance divided by time | b) The starting line of a race | c) The movement of a car | d) speed plus direction | |

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. | |

What does constant speed look like on a graph? |
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a) a horizontal line | b) the slope of the line would increase. It would be a straight line. | c) The slope of the line would decrease. | d) The slope of the line would increase, decrease, and then become horizontal. | |

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. | |

What should you always look at when reading a graph? |
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a) the key | b) the labels on the x and y axis | c) numbers | d) all 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) frictional force | |

A place or object used for comparison to determine if an object is in motion is called |
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a) reference point | b) constant speed | c) velocity | d) distance | |

When a distance from an object is changing, the object |
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a) is not moving. | b) is in motion. | c) is a microscope. | d) is not matter. | |

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