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Online Quiz - Kinematics  

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Physics I Perfectly Powerful Practice Test -- Kinematics

Name _____________________________ Period_____________ Date__________________

 

Assume magic land conditions on all problems unless stated otherwise. In other words there is no air resistance or friction.

 

Indicate the best answer:

 

1

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Robin hood shoots an arrow up in the night sky. What is the acceleration at the very top of its path?

 

a) zero b) 9.8 m/s/s upward c) 9.8 m/s/s downward d) it depends on the initial velocity

 

2

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Bill drives his car 20 times around a circular track in 50 seconds. The track is 100 meters in diameter. What is Bill's average velocity?

3

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Jane drives her car 20 mph for 40 mile and 40 mph for 60 miles. What is her average speed?

4

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Name 3 controls on a car which can be used for changing its velocity.

5

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Bambi steps into the road in front of Ben's car when he is going 45m/s. He slams on the brakes and stops after 7 seconds. Find the acceleration in g's.

6

)

The g is a unit of ________________ .

7

)

Juan's car has an acceleration = -2.76 m/s/s and a velocity = 43m/s. Is he slowing down or speeding up?

8

)

Martha's car is going 38 m/s when it hits a tree. It stops in 0.04 seconds. Find her acceleration in g's.

9

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Bradley drops a rock in a well. It falls for 12 seconds. How deep is the well?

 

10

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Which of the following is/are a vector(s)?

 

a) displacement b) velocity c) distance d) speed  e) all of the answers

 

11

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The Velocity of an object can be determined at a particular time by finding the slope of _____________.

a) the displacement verses time plot

b) the velocity verses time plot

c) the acceleration verses time plot

12

)

Albert flips a coin up in the air at an upward velocity of 5 m/s. He fails to catch it on the way down and it falls down an 8 m deep well. Draw a vs t, v vs t, and y vs t curves. Calculate the max height and max magnitude of velocity of the coin.

13

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Draw the a vs t, v vs t, and y vs t curves for the following relationship: a = 8t -2. Find the velocity after 3 seconds

 

14

)

Describe the effects of air resistance on the kinematics of a dropped object.
       
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