Power (Grades 11-12)
Instructions: Read each question carefully. Choose the answer that best fits the question. Short answer response questions must be responded to in complete sentences. If the question involves calculations, you must show all your math work.
- the something that enables an object to do work
- how much force an object has
- the rate at which work is done
- energy due to the position of something
- Kaylee did more work than Jessica, because she did it faster.
- Jessica did more work than Kaylee, because she worked longer.
- Kaylee had more power than Jessica but did not do more work.
- None of the above.
- 0.005 Watts
- 80,000 Watts
- 200 Watts
- None of the Above
- the person who walks up because he takes more time, using more energy
- the person who runs up because he takes less time
- same power for both because both cover the same distance with the same force
- not enough information to determine
- 36,000 J
- 3600 J
- 360,000 J
- 360 J
- 0.25 W
- 54000 W
- 25 W
- 15 W