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How do snakes move?
1. swimming motion
2. flying motion
3. undulating motion
4. walking motion
A ball is thrown up into the air at some angle, what is the motion of the ball?
1. rotatory motion
2. rectilinear motion
3. oscillatory motion
4. curvilinear motion
What is the motion of an object in a complete circle?
1. rotational motion
2. periodic motion
3. linear motion
4. velocity
To calculate velocity, you need to know the total
1. distance of the motion.
2. time of the motion
3. distance and time of the motion.
4. distance, time, and direction of the motion.
Torque is a measure of a force's tendency to produce                  .
1. linear motion
2. freefall motion
3. rotational motion
4. momentum
The distorted motion of a body is known as                           .
1. vibratory motion
2. random motion
3. circular motion
4. vibratory and translational
Grade 3 Prefixes and Suffixes CCSS: RF.3.3b
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
When the ball of a pendulum is displaced from the mean position, it begins its                                  .
1. back and forth motion
2. an irregular pattern of motion
3. non-repeated motion
4. motion which stops after 2 seconds

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Motion is
1. anything with speed.
2. the change of position over time.
3. the way you move something.
4. an object with force.
Motion is
1. the push or pull of an object.
2. a force that works against motion.
3. a model built by an engineer.
4. when an object changes position.
As P waves move through the rock, they cause
1. sideways motions in the rock.
2. compressions and extensions.
3. water wave type motions.
4. shear motions.