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Velocity is the:
1. measure of time and distance
2. measure of space and time
3. measure of speed that is constant
4. measure of speed in a certain direction
Velocity is
1. the same as speed.
2. the same as acceleration.
3. speed in a given direction.
4. the same as momentum.
Velocity is
1. the slope of a linear graph
2. acceleration divided by displacement
3. speed with direction
4. the same in all reference frames
Velocity is
1. acceleration in a direction
2. speed that is changing
3. speed in a given direction
4. acceleration over a distance
Velocity:
1. wisdom
2. acceptance
3. speed
Which of the following is the correct formula for momentum?
1. mass - velocity
2. mass x velocity
3. mass + velocity
4. mass ÷ velocity
The formula for velocity.
1. $A=(ΔV)/(Δt)$
2. $V=d/t$
3. $F=M*A$
4. $N=1 Kg*1m/s^2$
What is velocity?
1. The speed of an object
2. The potential an object has to move
3. The direction of an object
4. The speed and direction of an object
Which of these is a velocity?
1. 40 km/h
2. 40 km
3. 40 h
4. 40 km/hr, West
What is velocity?
1. rate of motion without direction
2. rate of motion in one direction
3. rate of motion with direction
4. distance between two objects
The size of two objects gravitational force depends on
1. mass and velocity
2. velocity and air resistance
3. mass and distance
4. distance and velocity
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Which of the following is not true near the bottom of streams?
1. velocity increases
2. velocity slows
3. turbulent less
Speed that does not change is
1. velocity.
2. terminal velocity.
3. constant speed.
4. average speed.
In the acceleration formula, Vf represents
1. the acceleration
2. the initial velocity
3. the final velocity
4. the direction
The tendency of an object to remain at rest or in motion.
1. Friction
2. Velocity
3. Acceleration
4. Inertia
Distance traveled per unit of time is
1. velocity
2. speed
3. motion
4. acceleration