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Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
When a ball hits the ground it bounces. This is an example of
  1. Newton's First Law
  2. Gravitational Law
  3. Newton's Second Law
  4. Newton's Third Law
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
An apple is left free in air. Which of the following is a true statement that best describes what is happening?
  1. The apple is pushed towards Earth by the force of gravity.
  2. The apple is pulled towards Earth by the force of gravity.
  3. The apple is pulled towards the Earth by air resistance.
  4. The apple is pushed towards Earth by air resistance.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Which of the following is an example of a force without touching?
  1. A boy pushing a trolley.
  2. The mass of a car.
  3. A magnet attracting a nail.
  4. A jug of water.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Two objects are placed at a distance d(m) from each other.
Which of the following makes the gravity between the two objects larger?
  1. Decreasing the masses of the two objects.
  2. Increasing the masses of the two objects.
  3. Keeping the two objects at same distance.
  4. Moving the objects away from each other.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by TinaFlock
Which statement best states the relationship between mass and gravitational attraction?
  1. The less massive an object, the greater its gravitational pull.
  2. The masses of objects do not affect gravitational attraction.
  3. All objects have the same gravitational attraction on other objects.
  4. The more massive an object, the greater its gravitational pull.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
The change of velocity overtime is
  1. speed
  2. distance
  3. acceleration
  4. time
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
A car is at rest due to balanced forces. This is an example of
  1. Newton's Second Law
  2. Newton's First Law
  3. Newton's Third Law
  4. Gravitational Law
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Motion is a change in                       .
  1. position over time
  2. speed over time
  3. velocity over time
  4. acceleration over time
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Forces that delete the effect of each other are called                  .
  1. unbalanced forces
  2. balanced forces
  3. zero forces
  4. many forces
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by wesleydk
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
A car accelerates due to unbalanced forces. This is an example of
  1. Newton's Third Law
  2. Newton's First Law
  3. Newton's Second Law
  4. Gravitational Law
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
If the force produced by the engine of the car is larger than the force of friction then the car
  1. remains in its place.
  2. moves in the direction of the friction.
  3. moves in the direction of the force produced by the engine.
  4. does not accelerate.
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by wesleydk
Which of the following is NOT a conductor?
  1. copper
  2. water
  3. rubber
  4. aluminum
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