- Distance between two points:
- height
- length
- volume
- mass

- A balance measures:
- length
- volume
- mass
- density

- The number value for the density of water is:
- 1
- 10
- 100
- 1000

- What is the metric unit for mass?
- liter
- meter
- gram
- newton

- When an object becomes weightless it's mass:
- increases
- decreases
- stays the same

- The degree of agreement between repeated measurements on the same object by the same instrument is called:
- precision
- correlation
- repetition
- experimentation

- Starting, stopping, or turning a car quickly are examples of Newton's ____ Law.
- First
- Second
- Third
- Fourth

- When forces are balanced the motion of object:
- increase
- decreases
- stays the same

- The question for which the experiment is designed to answer:
- conclusion
- hypothesis
- problem
- constant

- In the equation A = F/M, mass is:
- directly related to acceleration
- indirectly related to acceleration
- inversely related to acceleration

- A planet with less mass than that of the earth would have:
- more gravity than the earth
- less gravity than the earth
- the same amount of gravity as that of the earth

- As the distance between two objects increases, the force of gravity:
- decreases
- increases
- stays the same

- The setup that contains the variable being tested is called the:
- control setup
- experimental setup

- The number of times a machine multiplies the effort force is called the:
- efficiency
- mechanical advantage

- Terminal velocity of a falling object is achieved when an object:
- stops accelerating
- changes direction
- slows down
- comes to a standstill

- Balanced forces are:
- equal and in the same direction
- equal and in the opposite direction
- not equal and in the same direction
- not equal and in the opposite direction

- All the equipment and procedures that are the same in the control and experimental setups are called:
- variables
- controls
- constants
- factors

- A stretched rubber band just below it is released has:
- gravitational potential energy
- elastic potential energy
- kinetic energy

- Ice has a density:
- greater than 1
- less than 1

- If a lever has a mechanical advantage of 1 on a machine that has no friction, the effort force is:
- lesser than the resistance force
- greater than the resistance force
- equal to the resistance force

- A satelite orbiting the earth at a constant speed of 30,000 km/hr is not accelerating because it is orbiting at a constant speed.
- TRUE
- FALSE

- A statement that answers the problem and supports or rejects the hypothesis and is supported by many trials is called the:
- control setup
- experimental setup
- procedure
- conclusion

- Motion is changed by:
- balanced forces
- unbalanced forces

- Walking, bouncing a ball, writing are all examples of:
- Newton's First Law
- Newton's Second Law
- Newton's Third Law

- The amount of space an object takes up is called:
- mass
- volume
- weight
- density

- A car starts and stops often has what type of motion?
- constant speed
- average speed
- acceleration

- The first setup that does not contain the variable being tested is called the:
- control setup
- experimental setup

- In the beaker in the picture below, which liquid is the most dense?
- the liquid on the top
- the liquid in the middle
- the liquid on the bottom

- Which runner won the race?
- Albert
- Bob
- Charlie

- Which runner stopped during the race?
- Albert
- Bob
- Charlie

- How long did the runner stop in the race?
- 2.5 seconds
- 5 seconds
- 10 seconds

- The drawing below is an example of which of Newton's Laws?
- Newton's First Law
- Newton's Second Law
- Newton's Third Law

- Which of Newton's Laws of motion is represented in the picture below?

- Newton's First Law
- Newton's Second Law
- Newton's Third Law

- In the diagram below the pendulum is released at Point 1. At which point does the pendulum have the greatest potential energy?

- 1
- 2
- 3

- Going from right to left below the curve, what phase change is occuring at Point C?
- freezing
- melting
- condensation
- boiling

- At which height will a 100 kg object have the greatest gravitational potential energy?
- 1 meter
- 2 meters
- 4 meters
- 8 meters

- At what temperature does boiling occur?
- 0 degrees F
- 0 degrees C
- 100 degrees F
- 100 degrees C

- What does heat change do during condensation and freezing?
- heat decreases
- heat increases
- heat stays the same

- Given the formula S = D/T, what is the speed of a car that traveled 200 km in 2 hours?
- 400 km/hr
- 400 hr/km
- 100 km/hr
- 100 hr/km

- The space shuttle is in orbital motion when its forward inertia is balanced with:
- the force of gravity
- it's momentum

- What effect does the distance pulled back on a pendulum have on the number of swings in 30 seconds?
- the number of swings increases as the distance pulled back increases
- the number of swings decreases as the distance pulled back increases
- the distance pulled back has no effect on the number of swings

- What effect does the length of string on a pendulum have on the number of swings in 30 seconds?
- the longer the string the greater number of swings in 30 seconds
- the shorter the string the greater number of swings in 30 seconds
- the length of string has no effect on the number of swings in 30 seconds

- A student found the acceleration of a marble at 2 m on a track that was 1 m off the ground in his first setup. He decided to change to a heavier metal ball. He guessed that the heavier metal ball would have a greater acceleration. He found the acceleration of the light marble and the heavier metal ball to be the same. What is the dependent variable in this experiment?
- The independent variable is changing from the light marble to the heavier metal ball.
- The independent variable is the length of the track.
- The independent variable is the height of the track.
- The independent variable is the acceleration of the light marble and the heavier metal ball.

- A given volume of water is placed in a refrigerator. What happens to volume of the water?
- The volume of the water increases.
- The volume of the water decreases.
- The volume of the water stays the same.

- A given volume of water is heated but not boiled. What happens to the water's mass?
- The mass of the water increases.
- The mass of the water decreases.
- The mass of the water stays the same.

- You mass an object in Roanoke and find it be 3.05 g. If you took the same balance and object to a place where gravity is considerably less than that of Roanoke, you would expect the mass of the object to:
- increase
- decrease
- stay the same

- Machines have efficiencies that are:
- greater than 100%
- less than 100%
- exactly 100%

- Which of the following does NOT represent Newton's Second Law of Motion?
- An object dropped from a cliff has its energy change from:
- kinetic to potential
- potential to kinetic

- An effort forceof 30 N is applied on a machine that has a mechanical advantage of 3. What would the heaviest object it could lift assuming friction has no effect?
- 10 N
- 27 N
- 33 N
- 90 N

- A machine has a mechanical advantage of 4. What force would be required to lift an 20 N object on this machine?
- 5 N
- 16 N
- 24 N
- 80 N

- Four liquids with different densities were poured in cylinder. The different densities of the liquids were .82 g/mL, 1.3 g/mL, .52 g/mL, and 1.0 g/mL. Which of the these liquids would be on top?
- 1.3 g/mL
- 1.0 g/mL
- .82 g/mL
- .52 g/mL

- Which tends to be smaller because of friction?
- ideal mechanical advantage
- actual mechanical advantage

- Which of the following is correct?
- 1000 km = 1 m
- 100 mL = 1 L
- 1 mg = .001 g
- 10 cm = 10,000 km

- Which of the following best explains the picture below:
- The pool ball is floating on top of the liquid because is has less mass than the liquid.
- The pool ball is floating on top of the lquid because it has less volume than the liquid.
- The pool ball is floating on top of the liquid because it has less density than the liquid.
- The pool ball is floating on top of the liquid because it has less gravitational pull than the liquid.

- How far did Albert run in 10 seconds?

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- 60 m
- 40 m
- none of the above

- What happens to temperature during phase changes?
- Temperature changes depending on the phase change.
- Temperature remains the same during phase changes.

- How far did a car travel in 10 hours at an average speed of 60 km/hr?
- 6 km
- 60 km
- 600 km

- Which metric unit would you use when using the instrument below?
- meter
- liter
- gram

- A student found the mass of an empty beaker to be 40 g. Then she added 42 mL of an unknown liquid. If you poured this unknown liquid into pure water would it sink to the bottom or float on top?
- Float
- Sink

- 2.3 mm = _______ m
- 23
- .23
- .023
- .0023

- What happens to air pressure as gravity decreases?
- air pressure increases
- air pressure decreases
- air pressure stays the same

- What is the acceleration of falling objects close to the surface of the earth?
- 9.8 m/s
- 9.8 m/s/s
- 9.8 km/hr
- 9.8 km/hr/s

- Which state of matter has a definite shape and a definite volume?
- solid
- liquid
- gas

- Which state of matter has a definite volume but NOT a definite shape?
- solid
- liquid
- gas

- In which state of matter are the molecules NOT attached to each other and are free to move?
- solid
- liquid
- gas

- The first setup in an experiment, which does NOT contain the variable being tested, is called the ________.
- control setup
- experimental setup

- Which of the following does NOT represent potential elastic energy?
- Which formula would you use to find the volume of a regular solid?
- Length / Width / Height
- Length + Width + Height
- Length x Width x Height
- Length - Width - Height

- The tendency of an object at rest to remain at rest and for an object in motion to remain in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force is called:
- momentum
- acceleration
- terminal velocity
- inertia