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The Physics questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 4 :: Waves and Sound by Vonnyusa
Your outer ear
  1. passes vibrations to middle ear
  2. sends signals to the brain
  3. gathers sound waves
  4. passes vibrations to the middle ear
Grade 4 :: Waves and Sound by Vonnyusa
Grade 4 :: Waves and Sound by Vonnyusa
How are light and sound ALIKE?
  1. Both travel as rays
  2. Both can vary in pitch
  3. Both depend on vibrations in air
  4. Both are forms of energy that travel as waves.
Grade 8 :: Simple Machines by bamabryson
What is the formula for mechanical advantage?
  1. input force divided by output force
  2. output work divided by input work
  3. output force divided by input force
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by AnnaN14
One example of a resistor is
  1. a power cord.
  2. a parallel circuit.
  3. a battery.
  4. a filament.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by RobinJilin
Why is it easy to slip when there is water on the floor?
  1. The water is a lubricant and reduces the friction between your feet and the floor.
  2. The friction between your feet and the floor changes from kinetic to static friction.
  3. The water increases the friction between your feet and the floor.
  4. The friction between our feet and the floor changes from sliding kinetic friction to rolling kinetic friction.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Qalam
Grade 8 :: Simple Machines by bamabryson
A wheelbarrow is an example of
  1. second-class lever
  2. wheel and axle
  3. inclined plane
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by rjarvay
If we hold up a marker and let go of it
  1. the force upward is greater than the force downward.
  2. the force downward is greater than the force upward.
  3. there is no force involved.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Qalam
Average speed is found by                                                      .
  1. dividing total distance traveled by the total time
  2. multiplying the displacement by the time spent
  3. multiplying total distance traveled by the total time
  4. dividing the displacement by the time spent
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by AnnaN14
A washing machine is an example of transforming
  1. electricity into motion energy.
  2. motion energy into electric energy.
  3. electricity into light.
  4. heat into motion energy.
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Qalam
Grade 6 :: Matter by Qalam
What are the four states of matter?
  1. color, shape, size, and density
  2. solid, liquid, vacuum, and plasma
  3. heat, temperature, length, and mass
  4. solid, liquid, gas, and plasma
Grade 4 :: Forces and Motion by rjarvay
Grade 2 :: Forces and Motion by lds091
Why do people who fix bikes use grease and oil a lot?
  1. So the parts can move easily and smoothly.
  2. So the parts can not move easily and smoothly.
  3. So that there is a lot of friction when riding a bike.
  4. So that the bike has trouble moving.
Grade 8 :: Magnetism and Electricity by Rccola
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