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Match the following with their corresponding units (s2 represents s-squared): Velocity | Answer 1 | Moment of Inertia | Answer 2 | Energy | Answer 3 | Acceleration | Answer 4 | Force | Answer 5 | Torque | Answer 6 | Charge | Answer 7 |
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If a car is travelling at 100 miles/h between two cities that are 100 miles apart from each other - how long with the car take to reach one city from the other:
Select one:
a.
1 hour
b. 96.56 seconds
c. 68 seconds
d. Cannot calculate
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If an object with mass 10 Kg is moving at a velocity of 50 m/s west and collides with a stationary object with mass 10 Kg - after the collision the the first object comes to a complete stop (0 m/s) and the second object will move west at a velocity of ...
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a. 50 m/s
b. 100 m/s
c. 25 m/s
d. 0 m/s - come to a stop
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F = ma implies
Select one or more:
a. Force field is equal to magnetism and amplitude
b. Force needed to move a mass 'm' to an acceleration of 'a' is calculated by the product of m and a.
c. Falling speed is equal to mass time amplitude
d. If a force of F is applied to a mass m, the mass will experience a acceleration
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What is the magnitude of force in newton that should be applied to make an object of mass 1000 grams move at 10 m/s2 (s2 is s-squared)
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a. 10000 Newtons
b. 1 Newton
c. 10 Newtons
d. 100 Newtons
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