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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Physics Questions

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Grade 11 Forces and Motion
When an object is in free fall,                         .
  1. its speed stays the same
  2. it decelerates
  3. it accelerates
  4. none of the above
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
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
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
A block is placed on an inclined plane and remains stationary. A student claims, "The block remains stationary because as gravity tries to pull the block down down the ramp, the block exerts an equal and opposite force on itself up the ramp." Is the student's claim correct? Justify your answer.
  1. No. Newton's third law states the block cannot exert a force on itself.
  2. No. Newton's first law states the block's inertia must cause it to move down the ramp.
  3. Yes. Newton's third law states the block must exert a force equal and opposite to gravity.
  4. Yes. Newton's first law states the block must remain stationary unless pushed.
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
A book rests on a level desktop. Which force is equal in magnitude to the normal force exerted on the book?
  1. The force of static friction
  2. The force of kinetic friction
  3. The gravitational force exerted by the desktop on the book
  4. The weight of the book
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
When a 100-N force acts horizontally on an 8.0-kg chair, the chair moves at a constant speed across the level floor. Which statement has to be true?
  1. The chair accelerates at 12.5 m/s^2
  2. The applied force is greater than the frictional force.
  3. The friction force is 100 N
  4. There is no friction between the floor and chair
Grade 11 Forces and Motion

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[math]v= (Deltad)/t[/math] is the equation to calculate
  1. acceleration.
  2. speed.
  3. velocity.
  4. slope.
Grade 11 Matter
These are weak attractive forces between hydrogen and nearby oxygens and nitrogen.
  1. Covalent Bonds
  2. Ionic Bonds
  3. Hydrogen Bonds
  4. Van der Waals Forces
Grade 11 Energy and Momentum
The equation for kinetic energy is                                  .
  1. 1/2 mass times (velocity squared)
  2. 1/2 base time height
  3. 1/2 length times width
  4. density times velocity
Grade 11 Energy and Momentum
Grade 11 Energy and Momentum
Power is defined as                                                .
  1. the something that enables an object to do work
  2. how much force an object has
  3. the rate at which work is done
  4. energy due to the position of something
Grade 11 Matter
Which of the following is not true of gases, as compared to liquids or solids?
  1. Gas molecules are in constant, rapid motion.
  2. Molecules in a gas are tightly bound to each other by strong attractive forces.
  3. The kinetic energy of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature.
  4. The volume of a gas molecule itself is very small compared to the space the gas occupies.
Grade 11 Matter
These are weak interactions between polarized zones of molecules such as proteins.
  1. Ionic Bond
  2. Covalent Bond
  3. Hydrogen Bonds
  4. Van der Waals Forces
Grade 11 Fluid Mechanics
If an object is floating in a fluid, which of the following is true?
  1. The volume of the displaced fluid equals the volume of the object.
  2. The density of the fluid equals the density of the object.
  3. The density of the fluid is greater than the density of the object.
  4. The density of the fluid is less than the density of the object.
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
A 1500-kg car traveling along a road is hit by a 0.1-kg rock that creates a small crack in the car's windshield. Which of the following describes the interaction between the windshield and the rock?
  1. The car exerts a force on the rock, but the rock does not exert a force on the car.
  2. The rock exerts a force on the car, but the car does not exert a force on the rock
  3. The car exerts a force on the rock, and the rock exerts a force on the car. The two forces are not equal in magnitude
  4. The car exerts a force on the rock, and the rock exerts a force on the car. The two forces are equal in magnitude.
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