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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

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$v= (Deltad)/t$ is the equation to calculate
1. acceleration.
2. speed.
3. velocity.
4. slope.
Grade 11 Energy and Momentum
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
Which form of matter has a definite shape and volume?
1. solid
2. liquid
3. gas
4. intensive property
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
If a net force diagram is drawn, such as shown, wherein the $F_"norm"" at A "=-(F_g)" at C"$, what do you know about the object?
1. The object is accelerating in the direction of the $F_"app"" at B"$ because there is no opposing force to B, and $F_"app"" at "B>0N$.
2. The object is accelerating in the opposite direction of $F_"app"" at B"$ because forces act in equal but opposite pairs.
3. The object is not moving because the $F_"net"=F_"norm"+F_g=0N$.
4. The object is accelerating in the direction of the $F_"app"" at B"$ because the opposing $F_"fric"$ must be negligible, and $F_"app"" at "B>0N$.
Grade 11 Light and Optics
Grade 11 Heat Transfer
Grade 11 Motion in Two- and Three-Dimensions
Grade 11 Light and Optics
When light rays pass through a convex lens, as in the image shown, what happens to the rays and the perceived image of the object?
1. The light rays diverge, magnifying the perceived image.
2. The light rays converge, magnifying the perceived image.
3. The light rays diverge, reducing the perceived image.
4. The light rays converge, reducing the perceived image.
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