# Force And Motion Question Preview (ID: 37705)

How is velocity different than speed?
a) Speed is only acceleration.
b) Velocity is only acceleration
c) Speed is calculated by distance multiplied by time.
d) Velocity is speed and direction together.

While you are ice skating with your friends, you push off from one side of the rink and slide forward. Which law does this demonstrate?
a) Newton's first law
b) Newton's second law
c) Newton's third law
d) Newton's fourth law

The SI unit that you use to measure force is called
a) meter
b) neutron
c) liters
d) newton

When forces on an object are unequal and opposite in direction, they are called
a) net force
b) balanced forces
c) unbalanced forces
d) inertia

The sum of all the forces on an object is called
a) inertia
b) acceleration
c) net force
d) motion

A place or object used for comparison to determine if something is in motion is called
a) inertia
b) reference point
c) motion
d) force

When forces on an object are equal in size and opposite in direction, they are called
a) net force
b) balanced forces
c) unbalanced forces
d) inertia

A push or pull is called
a) inertia
b) acceleration
c) motion
d) force

If the distance from another object is changing, it is called
a) force
b) motion
c) inertia
d) reference point

What is the relationship between heavy objects and inertia?
a) Heavy object have less inertia.
b) Heavy objects have more inertia.
c) Heavy objects have no inertia.
d) There is no relationship between mass and inertia.

A baseball colliding with a bat is an example of
a) Newton's first law
b) Newton's second law
c) Newton's third law
d) Newton's fourth law

The rock and ball of paper activity was an example of
a) Newton's first law
b) Newton's second law
c) Newton's third law
d) Newton's fourth law

The penny, card, and cup activity is an example of
a) Newton's first law
b) Newton's second law
c) Newton's third law
d) Newton's fourth law

Unbalanced forces acting on an object
a) do not change an object's motion
b) sometimes changes an objects motion
c) always changes the object's motion
d) are not related to motion

The tendency of an object to resist motion is called
a) mass
b) force
c) balance
d) inertia

Which object makes the best reference point?
a) a train
b) a tree
c) a bicycle
d) a horse

When two forces act in the same direction, the net force can be found by _________ the strengths of the individual forces.
a) subtracting
b) multiplying
c) dividing

If two forces are in opposite directions but are unequal, you need to ___________ to get the net force.
b) multiply
c) subtract
d) divide

To calculate speed, you need to
a) multiply distance by time
b) divide distance by time
d) subtract distance from time

To calculate distance, you need to