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Distance - Speed - Velocity - Acceleration | ||

1 | What is Distance a measure of? | Answer |

2 | What unit is Distance measured in? | Answer |

3 | What is Speed a measure of? | Answer |

4 | What unit is Speed measured in? | Answer |

5 | Which Equation connects Speed, Distance and Time? | Answer |

6 | What is the Speed of an Object which is Stationary? | Answer |

7 | What unit is Velocity measured in? | Answer |

8 | What is the Difference between Speed and Velocity? | Answer |

9 | Which Equation connects Velocity, Distance and Time? | Answer |

10 | An Object Travels 25 metres in 5 seconds. What is its Velocity? | Answer |

11 | What does Constant Velocity mean? | Answer |

12 | What does Acceleration mean? | Answer |

13 | What unit is Acceleration measured in? | Answer |

14 | Which Equation connects Acceleration, Velocity and Time? | Answer |

15 | What is Negative Acceleration sometimes called? | Answer |

16 | A Car Changes from 10 m/s to 30 m/s in 8 seconds. What is its Acceleration? | Answer |

17 | A Bicycle moving at 10 m/s Stops in 10 seconds. What is its Acceleration? | Answer |

18 | What does Constant Acceleration mean? | Answer |

Distance - Time Graphs and Velocity - Time Graphs | ||

19 | Draw a Distance - Time graph for an Object at Rest. | Answer |

20 | Draw a Distance - Time graph for an Object with Constant Velocity. | Answer |

21 | Draw a Distance - Time graph for an Object with Acceleration. | Answer |

22 | Draw a Velocity - Time graph for an Object with Constant Velocity. | Answer |

23 | Draw a Velocity - Time graph for an Object with Constant Acceleration. | Answer |

24 | How is Total Distance Travelled calculated from a Velocity - Time graph? | Answer |

Force - Balanced - Unbalanced - Mass - Weight - Gravity | ||

25 | What is a Force? | Answer |

26 | What unit is Force measured in? | Answer |

27 | What are Balanced Forces? | Answer |

28 | How does an Object Move if the Forces on it are Balanced? | Answer |

29 | How does an Object Move if the Forces on it are Unbalanced? | Answer |

30 | Which Equation connects Acceleration, Force and Mass? | Answer |

31 | What is the Effect of Acceleration on an Object which is not Moving? | Answer |

32 | What is the Effect of Acceleration on an Object which is Moving? | Answer |

33 | What does Newton's Third Law of Motion say? | Answer |

34 | What is Mass? | Answer |

35 | What unit is Mass measured in? | Answer |

36 | What is Gravity? | Answer |

37 | How does Gravity depend on Mass? | Answer |

38 | How does Gravity depend on the Distance between Masses? | Answer |

39 | What is Weight? | Answer |

40 | What unit is Weight measured in? | Answer |

41 | Which Equation connects Weight, Gravity and Mass? | Answer |

42 | How do you convert Weight into Mass? | Answer |

Motion - Rocket - Falling Object | ||

43 | When a Rocket moves Upwards, what is the Upward Force called? | Answer |

44 | When a Rocket moves Upwards, what is the Downward Force called? | Answer |

45 | Where does the Downward Force come from? | Answer |

46 | When a Rocket takes off, why does it Accelerate Upwards? | Answer |

47 | How do the Forces on a Rocket become Balanced? | Answer |

48 | What Acceleration has a Rocket moving at 240 m/s 2 minutes after take off? | Answer |

49 | What Force was needed to give the Rocket this Acceleration? | Answer |

50 | Describe the Motion of a Falling Object. | Answer |

51 | What does Terminal Velocity mean? | Answer |

52 | An Object Falls from a Cliff. How fast will it be moving after 3 seconds? | Answer |

53 | Do Heavier Objects Fall Faster than Light ones? | Answer |

Motion - Car - Stopping Distance | ||

54 | What are the Forces on a Stationary Car? | Answer |

55 | What are the Extra Forces on a Moving Car? | Answer |

56 | How do the Tyres make the Car Move Forwards? | Answer |

57 | When Stopping a Car, what is the Thinking Distance? | Answer |

58 | How can the Thinking Distance be Reduced? | Answer |

59 | When Stopping a Car, what is the Braking Distance? | Answer |

60 | How does the Braking Distance of a Car change with an increase in Velocity? | Answer |

61 | Does Doubling the Velocity of a Car Double the Braking Distance? | Answer |

62 | How does the Braking Distance of a Car change with an increase in Mass? | Answer |

63 | Does Doubling the Mass of a Car Double the Braking Distance? | Answer |

64 | Why does the Braking Distance of a Car increase if the Road is Wet or Icy? | Answer |

Motion - Momentum | ||

65 | What are the Units of Momentum called? | Answer |

66 | What happens to the Momentum if we Double the Mass? | Answer |

67 | What happens to the Momentum if we Double the Velocity? | Answer |

68 | What does the Law of Conservation of Momentum state? | Answer |

69 | What Two Things stay the Same in an Elastic Collision? | Answer |

70 | An Elastic Collision happens between what objects? | Answer |

71 | What Decreases in an Inelastic Collision? | Answer |

72 | Give an Example of an Inelastic Collision. | Answer |

73 | Is the Momentum always Zero after an Explosion? | Answer |

74 | Give Two Examples of Car Safety Features. | Answer |

75 | Do Car Safety Features make the Change in Momentum Quicker or Slower? | Answer |

Friction - Density | ||

76 | What is Friction? | Answer |

77 | In which Direction does Friction act? | Answer |

78 | Where does Friction occur in Solids? | Answer |

79 | What does the amount of Friction in Solids depend on? | Answer |

80 | Where does Friction occur in a Liquid or Gas? | Answer |

81 | What does the amount of Friction in a Liquid or Gas depend on? | Answer |

82 | What is Air Resistance? | Answer |

83 | How is Friction involved in Walking? | Answer |

84 | What is Streamlining? | Answer |

85 | Which Equation connects Density, Volume and Mass? | Answer |

86 | What is the Difference between Density and Weight? | Answer |

87 | What is the Difference between a Scalar and a Vector? | Answer |

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