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The Physics questions below are in the following grade levels:
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 6 :: Energy and Momentum by wesleydk
Which describes the energy transformations for a radio?
  1. electrical to sound
  2. sound to chemical to electrical
  3. solar to thermal
  4. electrical to sound to thermal
Grade 9 :: Fluid Mechanics by kurtman
You open a cooler to get a soda on a hot summer day and notice a can of diet soda is floating while the cans of regular soda are not floating. What can you infer about this situation? Which is the best statement that describes why?
  1. The water must be flowing upward in the area of the diet soda.
  2. There must be less matter in the regular can of soda.
  3. The diet soda must have less mass per unit of volume than the surrounding water.
  4. The diet soda can must be made of a different kind of material.
Grade 9 :: Forces and Motion by Courtney_Nicole
An object with a mass of 1 kilogram on Earth
  1. has less mass on the Moon
  2. has the same mass on the Moon
  3. has more mass on the Moon
  4. weighs the same everywhere
Grade 9 :: Forces and Motion by Courtney_Nicole
Consider your book is at rest on a table. When you push it horizontally and it's on the verge of sliding, but still at rest, friction on the book acts in a direction that is
  1. opposite to your push
  2. the same direction as your push
  3. at right angles to your push
  4. in no direction until the book slides
Grade 6 :: Energy and Momentum by RobinJilin
Which of the following sentences describes a conversion of chemical energy to thermal energy?
  1. Food is digested and used to regulate body temperature.
  2. Charcoal is burned in a barbecue pit.
  3. Coal is burned to produce steam.
  4. All of the above.
Grade 5 :: Forces and Motion by tawauna
An example of balanced forces is
  1. a person skating back and forth on an ice rink.
  2. a tire with treads gaining speed on an icy road.
  3. two soccer players running in opposite directions.
  4. a book resting on a desk.
Grade 1 :: Simple Machines by LBeth
A broom is what type of simple machine?

Broom
  1. screw
  2. pulley
  3. lever
  4. wedge
Grade 5 :: Forces and Motion by tawauna
The first law of motion states
  1. that an object at rest will remain at rest.
  2. that an object in motion will remain in motion.
  3. that an unbalanced force can change the velocity of an object.
  4. all of the above.
Grade 7 :: Waves and Sound by Johnsonjoe
The highest point on a wave.
  1. trough
  2. wave
  3. crest
  4. bones
Grade 9 :: Energy and Momentum by Ddavis88
What is equal to the product of mass and velocity?
  1. inertia
  2. force of gravity
  3. weight
  4. momentum
Grade 6 :: Energy and Momentum by wesleydk
Which object has the most kinetic energy?
  1. a feather floating from the sky
  2. a tennis ball sitting on the table
  3. a truck falling down a mountain
  4. a bike falling down a hill
Grade 4 :: Simple Machines by LBeth
Look at the pulley and first class lever below.
Pulley Fixed Pulley

First Class Lever First Class Lever

Which statement best describes the relationship between the pulley and first class lever?
  1. the pulley is similar to the first class lever because it has a fulcrum between the load and effort force
  2. the pulley is similar to the first class lever because it has an effort force between a fulcrum and load
  3. the pulley is similar to the first class lever because it has load between a fulcrum and effort force
  4. there are no similarities between the pulley and first class lever
Grade 9 :: Forces and Motion by Courtney_Nicole
If a ball rolls down an inclined plane and picks up a speed of 4 m/s each second it rolls, its acceleration is
  1. one half of 4 m/s
  2. one half of 4 m/s squared
  3. 4 m/s squared
  4. 10 m/s squared
Grade 1 :: Simple Machines by LBeth
Stairs are an example of which simple machine?

Stairs
  1. lever
  2. pulley
  3. inclined plane
  4. wheel and axle
Grade 5 :: Energy and Momentum by LBeth
Grade 8 :: Forces and Motion by wlemerson
Grade 6 :: Waves and Sound by jgrif235
Sound waves are also called
  1. compressional waves
  2. crests
  3. ocean waves
  4. conservation
Grade 8 :: Forces and Motion by wlemerson
Grade 8 :: Forces and Motion by wlemerson
The rate at which velocity changes over time.
  1. speed
  2. acceleration
  3. Newton
  4. force
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