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I. Multiple Choice. Read and analyze the questions. Write the letter of the

best answer on the space provided before each number.

1. A ball is thrown vertically up and is caught at the starting point; what is the

displacement of the ball?

1. 0

c. half of the height

2. double the height

d. the height squared

2.

Suppose that an object travels from one point in space to another. Make a

comparison between the displacement and the distance traveled.

1. The displacement is always equal to the distance traveled.

2. The displacement is either less than or equal to the distance traveled.

3. The displacement is either greater than or equal to the distance traveled.

4. The displacement can be either greater than, smaller than, or equal to the

distance traveled.

3. John is going to his friends home but he loses his way. He phones his friend,

and his friend told him when you arrived at the supermarket, just turn right

and walk for 400 metres. That is my home. In this conservation, what

quantity is used?

(1) Direction

(2) Displacement

(3) Coordinate of the origin

(4) Acceleration

a. (1) only B

c. (2) only

b. (4) only

d. (1), (2) and (3) only

4. As you drive to school, you make a realization about distance and

displacement. Which is

a. Displacement is always equal to distance

b. Displacement is always less than distance

c. Displacement is always greater than to distance

d. Displacement is always less than or equal to the distance

e. Displacement is always greater than or equal to distance

5. Suppose that an object travels from one point in space to another. Make a

comparison between the displacement and the distance traveled

a. The displacement is either greater than or equal to the distance traveled.

b. The displacement can be either greater than, smaller than, or equal to the

distance traveled.

c. The displacement is either less than or equal to the distance traveled.

d. The displacement is always equal to the distance traveled.

6. If the momentum of a ball is doubled, then the kinetic energy is

a. 0.5 times larger.

b. 2 times larger.

c. 3 times larger.

d. 4 times larger.

7. A rifle fires a bullet. Immediately after the bullet is fired, which of the following

is NOT true?

a. the rifle and the bullet have the same magnitude of momentum

b. the force on the rifle due to the bullet and the force on the bullet due to

the rifle have the same magnitude

c. the impulse on the rifle due to the bullet and the impulse on the bullet due

to the rifle have the same magnitude

d. the rifle and the bullet have the same kinetic energy

8. Two objects of equal mass hit a wall with the same velocity. They both

rebound with the same velocity. Both objects experience the same momentum

change but one experiences twice the force as the other. Which of the following

statements is true?

a. the contact time between the object and the wall of one is twice the

contact time of the other

b. the contact time between the object and the wall of one is equal to the

contact time of the other

c. the contact time between the object and the wall of one is one-half the

contact time of the other

d. the contact time between the object and the wall of one is 1/3 the contact

time of the other

9. Two objects collide and stick together. Which of the following is false?

a. momentum is conserved

b. kinetic energy is lost

d. momentum is lost

10. A ball collides with a second ball at rest. After the collision, the first ball comes

to rest and the second ball moves off at the speed of the first ball. In this collision

a. total kinetic energy is not conserved.

b. total momentum is conserved but total kinetic energy is not conserved.

c. total momentum is not conserved but total kinetic energy is conserved.

d. total momentum and total kinetic energy are conserved and the masses

are equal

11. In any collision

a. total momentum is not conserved.

b. total momentum is conserved.

c. total momentum is not conserved but total kinetic energy is conserved.

d. total momentum and total kinetic energy are conserved and the masses are

equal.

12 . Planet X has a radius 4 times that of Earth and the acceleration due to gravity

at the surface of planet X is 4.9 m/s2. The mass of Planet X compared to Earths

mass is

a. 16 times

b. 8 times

13.

a.

b.

c.

d.

c. 4 times

d. 2 times

depends only on its orbital speed

depends only on its mass

depends on both its orbital speed and its mass

is directly proportional to its orbital speed

14.

An object sits at rest on a ramp. As the angle of inclination of the ramp

increases, the object suddenly begins to slide. Which of the following explanations

best accounts for the objects movement?

a.

b.

c.

d.

The force of gravity acting on the object has increased sufficiently.

The component of gravity along the ramp has increased sufficiently.

The friction has decreased sufficiently while the normal force has

remained unchanged.

15.

Imagine that you are travelling in a train and you have a drink sitting on the

dining table in front of you. The train suddenly stops and the drink ends up in your

lap. What force acting on the drink is responsible for its sudden motion?

a.

b.

c.

d.

the force of the track on the wheels

the force of the wheels on the track

There is no force acting on the drink that is responsible for its motion.

Solve the following problems

1. Siam drives his scooter 7 kilometers north. He stops for lunch and then drives 5

kilometers east. What distance did he cover? What was his displacement?

Path A

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Path B

Path C

lunch then drives 5 kilometers east and 2 kilometers west. What distance did he

cover? What was his displacement?

Anthony walks to the pizza place for lunch. He walk 1 km east, then 1 km south

and then 1 km east again. What distance did he cover? What was his

displacement?

On his fishing trip Justin takes the boat 12 km south. The

fish arent biting so he goes 4 km west. He follows a school of fish 1 km north.

What distance did he cover? What was his displacement?

Preston goes on a camel safari in Africa. They he travels

5 km north, then 3 km east and then 1 km north again. What distance did he

cover? What was his displacement?

Alex goes cruising on his dirt bike. He rides 700 m north, 300 m east, 400 m

north, 600 m west, 1200 m south 300 m east and finally 100 m north. What

distance did he cover? What was his displacement?

Stephen buys a new moped. He travels 3 km south, 1 km west and then 4 km

east. How far does he need to go to get back to where he started?

You run from your house to a friend's house that is 3 kilometers away. You then

walk home.

3

a. What distance did you travel?

b. What was your displacement?

True or False: An object moving for 10s can still have zero displacement?

10.If the above statement is true, then describe an example of such motion. If the

above statement is false, then explain why it is false.

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