# 4.2 Force, Energy, And Motion Test - Part 2: Question Preview (ID: 3768)

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The sun is an example of a source for which type of energy?
a) Sound energy
b) Light energy
c) Heat energy
d) Light and heat energy

At which point will a golf ball have the MOST kinetic energy?
a) When the ball is sitting on the tee
b) When the ball is first hit by the golf club
c) When the ball has landed and is rolling to a stop
d) None of the choices listed have kinetic energy

A force that is constantly pushing down on us or pulls objects together is _________.
a) mechanical force
b) friction
c) gravity
d) elastic force

__________ is a push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change speed or direction.
a) Friction
b) Force
c) Gravity
d) Work

Isaac Newton made a law saying unless acted upon by a force, objects in motion tend to stay in motion and objects at rest tend to stay at rest. He called this idea:
a) inertia
b) gravity
c) electricity
d) magnetism

If Ms. Childress tries to open her car door and the wind blows it closed, which force is greater?
a) Ms. Childress
b) Door
c) Wind
d) Their forces are equal

This type of energy has moving molecules where the heat finds the cold and the cold finds the heat.
a) Light energy
b) Heat energy
c) Sound energy
d) Chemical energy

Examples of this force include rubbing a balloon on your hair and wool against plastic bags.
a) magnet force
b) elastic force
c) electric force
d) friction

If Ms. Childress has to travel 280 meters to get to her family's house for Spring Break and she is going 40 meters per hour, how long will she be driving?
a) 240 hours
b) 320 hours
c) 11,200 hours
d) 7 hours

If Ms. Childress has to travel 1200 meters to go to a wedding and she is driving 50 meters per hour, how long will she be driving?
a) 24 hours
b) 28 hours
c) 32 hours
d) 36 hours

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