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Motion is
a) when an object changes position over time
b) two objects rub against each other
c) objects stay in motion
d) how fast an object is moving

A force is
a) when an object stays in motion
b) energy produced in a mechanical system
c) a push or pull that causes an object to move
d) when two objects rub against each other

Inertia is
a) energy that is waiting to be used
b) when an object changes position over time
c) energy that is produced by the negative charge of electrons
d) the rule that says objects in motion stay in motion unless a force stops them

Getting a lot of work done with only a little energy is called
a) potential
b) efficiency
c) energy
d) speed

An example of mechanical energy is
a) a yo-yo resting in your hand
b) moving chains on a bike
c) ball rolling down a hill
d) a video game running on batteries

An example of chemical energy is
a) a battery
b) a runner running
c) riding your scooter
d) turning on the lights

An example of potential energy is
a) playing video games
b) sledding down a hill
c) bird flying through the air
d) racer at the beginning of a race

When two objects rub against each other it is called
a) inertia
b) friction
c) motion
d) energy

This man wrote the rule about the laws of motion
a) Sir Issac Newton
b) Abraham Lincoln
c) Pablo Picasso
d) Benjamin Franklin

What causes an item going in one direction to change directions?
a) inertia
b) friction
c) force
d) speed

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