left

right

magnitude only

direction only

magnitude and direction

neither magnitude or direction

195,000 m

886 m

1,772 m

0 m

64 m

886 m

1,772 m

0 m

0.75 km, north

0.25 km, north

0 km

0.75 km

cannot be determined because she roller skated on one section and walked on another

17 meters forward

5 meters forward

7 meters forward

12 meters forward

rate of motion

rate and direction of motion

the direction of motion

the force of motion

miles/hour

meters/second

blocks/min

newtons/sec

slowing down

speeding up

changing direction

traveling in a circle

Select all that apply.

Object’s speed is changing

The object’s mass is changing

The object’s direction is changing

The object’s velocity is changing

determine the x- and y- variables

label the scale on the x- and y- axes

plot the data points

draw a line of best fit to represent the data trend

distance-time

velocity-time

displacement-time

acceleration-time

distance-time

velocity-time

displacement-time

acceleration-time

velocity

momentum

acceleration

mass

Select all that apply.

a change in mass

a change in volume

a change in velocity

a change in acceleration

increases

decreases

remains constant

work

a scalar

a force

velocity

mass

weight

gravity

inertia

scalar

diagonal

vector

newton

pound

kilogram

watt

Aristotle

Albert Einstein

Galileo Galilei

Isaac Newton

length

direction

angle

point

sum

solution

resultant

vector quantity

area

size

magnitude

diagonal

friction

push

energy

work

solids

molecules

forces

fluids

the heat energy produced when two surfaces rub together

having to push a rough and heavy box across the floor to move it

the friction between your feet and the floor keeping you from slipping

the tread on tires helping the moving vehicle slow down and stop when necessary

The object will begin to move but will quickly slow down.

The object will move in the opposite direction of the force applied.

The object will move with the magnitude of the force applied.

The object will not move.

The force needed to overcome the sliding friction is less than the force needed to overcome the starting friction.

The force needed to overcome the sliding friction is equal to the force needed to overcome starting friction.

The force needed to overcome the sliding friction is greater than the force needed to overcome the starting friction.

No force is needed to overcome sliding friction once force has been applied to overcome the starting friction.

The coefficient of sliding friction will increase.

The coefficient of sliding friction will decrease.

The coefficient of sliding friction will stay the same.

The coefficient of sliding friction will decrease by half

static friction

sliding friction

rolling friction

drag

starting friction

sliding friction

static friction

kinetic friction

starting friction

sliding friction

static friction

kinetic friction