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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Physics Questions

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Grade 6 Forces and Motion
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
Grade 6 Forces and Motion
What is the change of velocity over time called?
  1. speed
  2. distance
  3. acceleration
  4. time
Grade 6 Forces and Motion
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
Grade 6 Forces and Motion
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
Grade 6 Magnetism and Electricity
Grade 6 Forces and Motion
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.
Grade 6 Forces and Motion
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
Grade 6 Matter
Mass is the                                   .
  1. the amount of matter in an object
  2. synonym for weight
  3. measurement of electrons in matter
Grade 6 Light and Optics
Grade 6 Forces and Motion
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.
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