# EOC Review Question Preview (ID: 637)

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EOC Review Chp 13, 14, 15.
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**Acceleration can change in each of the following ways EXCEPT:**

a) speed up

b) slow down

c) maintain constant speed

d) change direction

**Acceleration has the units ....**

a) meters per second squared (m/s2)

b) meters per second (m/s)

c) meters per direction

d) meters squared per second (m2/s)

**Acceleration is best described as ...**

a) speed

b) rate of change in direction

c) The change in velocity over a period of time

d) speed with direction

**When the net force on an object is equal to zero, the object is ...**

a) in an unbalanced state

b) in equilibrium

c) in constant acceleration

d) in a state of rest

**The slope of a line in a position-time graph is ....**

a) speed

b) acceleration

c) deceleration

d) always positive

**When the slope of a line is zero on a p-t graph ......**

a) the speed of the object is increasing

b) the object is at rest

c) the speed of the object is decreasing

d) there is a positive slope of at least 1

**The slope of a line on a speed or velocity- time graph is .....**

a) speed

b) zero

c) negative

d) acceleration (increasing speed)

**On a v-t graph a negative slope indicates**

a) deceleration (decreasing speed)

b) acceleration (increasing speed)

c) constant speed

d) zero (at rest)

**A straight horizontal line on a V-T graph indicates .....**

a) constant speed

b) acceleration (increasing speed)

c) deceleration (decreasing speed)

d) change in speed

**A positively sloped line on a V-T graph indicates...**

a) deceleration (decreasing speed)

b) acceleration (increasing speed)

c) constant speed

d) resting speed

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