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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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