Linear Motion: Quiz

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The quiz tests you on knowledge learned from the mind map entitled Linear Motion. It covers vectors, scalar quantities, graphs of motion, and Newton's equations of linear motion.

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Created by alex.examtime9373 almost 6 years ago
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Question 1

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A scalar quantity has magnitude and direction.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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Which of the following are vector quantities?
Answer
  • Speed
  • Acceleration
  • Displacement
  • Temperature
  • Mass
  • Force

Question 3

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What is the unit for measuring speed?
Answer
  • m s
  • m s ²
  • m/s
  • m/s ²

Question 4

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In a velocity time graph, what is represented by the slope?
Answer
  • Acceleration
  • Speed
  • Displacement
  • Velocity
  • Time

Question 5

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What is the formula for velocity?
Answer
  • Distance/ time
  • Displacement/ time
  • Distance x time
  • Speed x time

Question 6

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Displacement is distance in a given direction.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 7

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A car travels 80m west in 20s. What is its velocity?
Answer
  • 4 m/s
  • 40 m/s
  • 4 m/s ² west
  • 4 m/s west

Question 8

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What is the formula for acceleration?
Answer
  • Speed/ time
  • Change in velocity/ time
  • Velocity x time
  • Speed x time

Question 9

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A body starts from rest and accelerates uniformly to a velocity of 80 m/s north. What is its acceleration after 10s?
Answer
  • 8 m/s ²
  • 800 m/s ²
  • - 8 m/s ²

Question 10

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Calculate the displacement of a car accelerating uniformly from rest to a velocity of 40 m/s south in 5 s.
Answer
  • 8 m south
  • 10 m south
  • 100 m south
  • 200 m south