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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Forces and Motion Questions

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Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Marco and Janice are playing tug of war. Marco is pulling at a force of 10 Newtons South. Janice is pulling with a force of 12 Newtons North. Predict the outcome of this tug of war battle.
  1. 2 Newtons of force, North, Janice is winning
  2. 2 Newtons of force, South, Marco is winning
  3. 22 Newtons of force, North, Janice is winning
  4. 22 Newtons of force, South, Marco is winning
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
The strength of the force of gravity depends on
  1. the masses of the objects and their speeds
  2. the masses of the objects and the distance between them
  3. the weight of the objects and their speeds
  4. the masses of the objects and their weights
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Matter is pulled to the ground by
  1. space
  2. gravity
  3. air
  4. soil
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
The best definition of force is:
  1. a push or pull
  2. stored energy
  3. energy in motion
  4. anything that takes up space
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Speed tells how fast an object travels. Velocity is the speed of the object and                                              .
  1. the amount of time the object has been moving
  2. the direction the object is moving
  3. how far the object has traveled
  4. the starting point of the object
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
What is friction?
  1. A force
  2. A substance
  3. A solid
  4. A gas
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
How would the measurable properties of a golf ball change if it were moved from Earth to the Moon?
  1. It would have the same mass, but a different weight.
  2. It would have the same weight, but a different mass.
  3. It would have the same density, but a different mass.
  4. It would have the same mass, but a different density.
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Which best describes the motion of the object recorded in data table below?
Data Table - Negative Acceleration
  1. It does not move.
  2. It maintains a constant speed.
  3. It undergoes positive acceleration.
  4. It undergoes negative acceleration.
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
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