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If an object is resting on a table with no motion, what two forces are acting on the object?
1. A force down from gravity and friction from the table.
2. A force up from the table and a force down from the atmosphere.
3. A force down from gravity and a force up from the table.
4. A force down from the atmosphere and a force up from gravity.
Friction always acts                                                 .
1. in the same direction as the direction of motion
2. opposite to the direction of motion
3. perpendicular to the direction of motion
4. at a 45 degree angle to the direction of motion
What is the difference between kinetic energy and potential energy?
1. kinetic energy is stored energy that has the capacity to do work, and potential energy is the energy of motion
2. kinetic energy is energy that an object possesses as a result of its location, and potential is the same as heat energy
3. kinetic energy can be converted into various forms of energy, whereas potential energy can only be transformed into heat energy
4. kinetic energy is energy of a moving object, whereas potential energy is energy possessed by matter as a result of its location or structure
5. kinetic energy can be created or destroyed, while potential energy can be created and destroyed
A proton repels                        and attracts                       .
1. A neutron, an electron
2. An electron, a proton
3. A proton, an electron
4. A proton, a proton
The energy of a photon is greatest for                  .
1. visible light
2. ultraviolet light
3. infrared light
When one bulb goes out, the other bulbs remain lit in a(n)                 .
1. open circuit
2. closed circuit
3. series circuit
4. parallel circuit
What is the formula to calculate density?
1. Mass=Density/Volume
2. Density=Mass/Volume
3. Volume=Mass/Density
4. Density=Volume/Mass
Friction occurs                                                                           .
1. in all movements in every condition
2. whenever there is movement where matter comes in contact with other matter
3. only in movement inside an atmosphere
4. in all situations, even if there is no movement present