Looking for Physics worksheets?
Check out our pre-made Physics worksheets!
 Tweet

# Mechanics Questions - All Grades

You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Mechanics questions! Select one or more questions using the checkboxes above each question. Then click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page.

1 2 3 4 ... 103
When a ball hits the ground it bounces. What is this an example of?
1. Newton's First Law
2. Gravitational Law
3. Newton's Second Law
4. Newton's Third Law

This question is a part of a group with common instructions. View group »

A magician suddenly jerks a tablecloth out from under the dishes on a table. This best demonstrates
1. an action-reaction pair of forces.
2. that the dishes have inertia.
3. that gravity tends to hold the dishes securely.
4. that the dishes have no acceleration.
Who is the scientist that developed the three laws of motion?
1. Alexander Graham Bell
2. Benjamin Franklin
3. Sir Isaac Newton
4. Sir Smith Scott
What is the change of velocity over time called?
1. speed
2. distance
3. acceleration
4. time
What is a Newton?
1. a unit of measure for weight
2. a unit of measure for distance
3. a unit of measure for mass
4. a unit of measure for force
Bobby ran East, then North, then West, then South, around his block at a constant speed of 2 m/s. Which of the following statements is NOT true about Bobby's run?
1. Bobby's velocity changed during his run.
2. Bobby accelerated during his run.
3. Bobby's speed increased during the run.
4. The ground pushed on Bobby's feet with equal force that he applied to the ground.
Which best describes the motion of the object recorded in data table below?
1. it does not move
2. it maintains a constant velocity
3. it undergoes positive acceleration
4. it undergoes negative acceleration
Newton's Second Law of Motion explains the relationship between
1. mass, force, and velocity
2. mass, force, and acceleration
3. mass, acceleration, and static force
4. velocity, force, and air resistance
A car is at rest due to balanced forces. What is this an example of?
1. Newton's Second Law
2. Newton's First Law
3. Newton's Third Law
4. Gravitational Law
If the forces acting on an object are unbalanced, what happens?
1. The object remains at rest.
2. The object will not move.
3. The object moves in constant motion.
4. The object accelerates.
A car accelerates due to unbalanced forces. What is this an example of?
1. Newton's Third Law
2. Newton's First Law
3. Newton's Second Law
4. Gravitational Law
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