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A plane moving at a rate of 345 km/h north has a different ___________ than a plane moving 345 km/h northwest.
a) Speed
b) Newton
c) Velocity
d) Rate

During negative acceleration, an object’s final speed is _____________ than its initial speed.
a) Less
b) More
c) The same
d) 10 times lower

In order to be ________________ forces, their effects must cancel each other out and not cause a change in an object’s motion
a) Strong
b) Balanced
c) Weak
d) Unbalanced

If the forces acting on an object are unbalanced, the net force is NOT __________.
a) Zero
b) Normal
c) Strong
d) Weak

.Which of the following explains the difference between speed and velocity?
a) One has motion, and the other does not.
b) One involves time, and the other does not.
c) One involves acceleration, and the other does not.
d) One has direction, and the other does not.

An object that has a greater mass also has ___________________
a) Equal Weight
b) More Speed
c) Greater Inertia
d) Less Inertia

A car is stopped at a red light. When the light turns green, the car begins to move and goes from 0 km/hr to 90 km/hr in 11 seconds. Which of these terms best de
a) Speed
b) Direction
c) Velocity
d) Acceleration

Which of the following is an example of unbalanced forces?
a) a boy asleep on a park bench
b) a person pushing a shopping cart
c) a car stopped at a red light
d) a marker sitting on a desk

You can determine that the car is in motion by comparing it to the mailbox. What are you using the mailbox as in this example?
a) Reference Point
b) Motion
c) Acceleration
d) Momentum

When you are standing up in a subway train, and the train suddenly stops, your body continues to move forward. This is an example of
a) Newton's 1st
b) Newton's 2nd
c) Newton's 3rd
d) Newton's 4th

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