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### Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a mammal?

- B. Has feathers

### The pull or push that causes an object to alter its physical state

- Force

### The strongest of the four forces is/are:

- Strong nuclear force

### Fundamental forces in nature are...

- Strong and Weak nuclear force
- Electromagnetic force
- Gravitational force

### Fundamental forces in nature are...

- Strong and Weak nuclear force
- Electromagnetic force
- Gravitational force

### What is the weakest of the four forces?

- Gravitational force

### Electromagnetic forces can be

- Both attractive and repulsive

### The strongest of the four forces is/are:

- Strong nuclear force

### Electromagnetic forces can be

- Both attractive and repulsive

### The strongest of the four forces is/are:

- Strong nuclear force

### Fundamental forces in nature are...

- Strong and Weak nuclear force
- Electromagnetic force
- Gravitational force

### Fundamental forces in nature are...

- Strong and Weak nuclear force
- Electromagnetic force
- Gravitational force

### Electromagnetic forces can be

- Both attractive and repulsive

### What is the weakest of the four forces?

- Gravitational force

### What is the weakest of the four forces?

- Gravitational force

### The strongest of the four forces is/are:

- Strong nuclear force

### Electromagnetic forces can be

- Both attractive and repulsive

### Fundamental forces in nature are...

- Strong and Weak nuclear force
- Electromagnetic force
- Gravitational force

### What is the weakest of the four forces?

- Gravitational force

### Average speed =

- total distance/total time taken

### The velocity of an object is calculated using __________.

- speed
- distance

### On a distance-time graph, what determines the speed?

- slope

### The difference between speed and velocity is

- speed tells how fast an object is moving while velocity tells how fast the object is moving in a particular direction

### Which of the following is a vector quantity?

- acceleration
- velocity

### Which of the following is a vector quantity?

- acceleration
- velocity

### The velocity of an object is calculated using __________.

- 5785 displacement displacement exact_answer none 70193 5785 margin of error +/-

### Average velocity is different than average speed because calculating average velocity involves ______________________.

- displacement

### The Sears Tower in Chicago is 443 m tall. Joe wants to set the world’s stair climbing record and runs all the way to the roof of the tower. If Joe’s average upward speed is 0.60 m/s, how long will it take Joe (in minutes) to climb from street level to the roof of the Sears Tower?

- None of the above

### An ostrich can run at speeds of up to 72 km/h. How long will it take (in seconds) an ostrich to run 1.5 km at this top speed?

- 75 seconds

### If a rocket travels 5600. km in 3.00 hours, what is its speed in meters per second?

- 518.5 m/s

### Suppose the initial position of an object is zero, the starting velocity is 3 m/s and the final velocity was 10 m/s. The object moves with constant acceleration. Which part of a velocity vs. time graph can be used to calculate the displacement of the object?

- the area of the rectangle plus the area of the triangle under the line

### Study the velocity vs. time graph shown. What is the displacement of the object from 2 seconds to 6 seconds?

- 16 m

### How much time does it take for a goose flying at a speed of 45 miles per hour to travel a distance of 1, 800 miles? Express your answer in minutes

- 2400 minutes

### An object moving north with an initial velocity of 14 m/s accelerates 5 m/s2 for 20 seconds. What is the final velocity of the object?

- 114 m/s

### A skateboarder traveling at 7.0 meters per second rolls to a stop at the top of a ramp in 3.0 seconds. What is the skateboarder’s acceleration

- -2.33 m/s2

### The graph below represents the motion of a car travelling horizontally along a straight stretch of road in the positive direction. Refer to the information and graph. Which best describes the magnitude of the velocity for the car?

- Constant

### A ball is released from rest and accelerates in the positive direction down an inclined plane as shown by the graph below. Refer to the information and graph. What is the velocity of the ball at t = 4 s?

- 10 m/s

### Which characteristic does an object with a constant acceleration always have?

- changing velocity

### The chart shows data for a moving object. Which conclusion is best supported by the information in the chart?

- The object has negative acceleration.

### Anthony walks to the pizza place for lunch. He walk 1 km east, then 1 km south and then 1 km east again. What is his total displacement?

- 2 km

### A velocity vs. time graph for an object is shown. Which parts of the graph represents the object moving at a constant, positive acceleration?

- W and Z

### If an object has a positive velocity, and then begins to negatively accelerate, what will happen?

- The object will slow to a complete stop, then accelerate in the negative direction with a negative velocity

### The diagram shows a motion map. Which best describes the motion of the object between 1 and 4 seconds?

- The object has decreasing acceleration and decreasing velocity.

### Which of the following is an example of speed?

- Cindy biked westward at 30 km/h.
- A dog runs an average of 8 mph.

### Look the position-time graph below for a bicycle. Which statement is supported by the graph?

- The bicycle is moving at a constant velocity.

### The chart shows data for a moving object. Which conclusion is best supported by the information in the chart?

- The object has negative acceleration.

### A truck heading east has an initial velocity of 6 m/s. It accelerates at 2 m/s2 for 12 seconds. What distance does the truck travel in the given time?

- 216 m

### Which formula is used to find an object’s acceleration? A. B. C. D.

### Rosa studies the position-time graph of two race cars. Rosa concludes that truck X has a greater velocity than truck Y, and that truck Y had a head start. She also concluded that the graph shows both trucks moving at a constant velocity and that neither truck changes direction. Which statement best describes Rosa’s error?

- Truck Y has a greater velocity than truck X.

### The graph below represents the motion of a car travelling horizontally along a straight stretch of road in the positive direction. According to the information and graph above, what is the displacement of the car between t = 1 s and t = 4 s?

- 20 m

### Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a good leader?

- D. Being able to micromanage every detail

### Aisha would like to offer a more effective thesis statement for her paper. Which of the following could replace sentences 3 and 4 and help accomplish this goal?

- F There was a group in the area that would be called Knits for Nature. This particular group decided that it wanted to help the birds and made sweaters for them that would do this. G A group of concerned conservationists in the area came together to help these birds. The group, which called itself Knits for Nature, began temporarily fitting the oil-soaked birds with handmade sweaters. H While many people wanted to help the little birds, Knits for Nature acted quickly. After learning about the plight of Australia’s fairy penguins, they knew that there was something they could contribute. These birds desperately needed some help, or they might all die. A group known as Knits for Nature came to the rescue for the birds with their sweaters

### If a turtle walks at a constant speed of 0.23 m/s, how long will it take to cover a distance of 65 meters?

- 286.6 s

### If a turtle walks at a constant speed of 0.23 m/s, how long will it take to cover a distance of 65 meters?

- 286.6 s

### A cyclist rides 6 km east and then 8 km north. What is the magnitude of the cyclist’s displacement?

- 10 km

### A runner jogs 1 km south to a school, then jogs 1 km west to a restaurant. What is the position of the runner relative to the school?

- West

### The delivery route for a mail truck is pictured below. Each square represents a city block, and the path of the truck is represented by arrows. The truck began and ended at the same location. What was the displacement of the mail truck?

### What does the word "autoload” mean?

- The bank puts more money on the gift card as soon as the balance is less than a certain amount.

### The protagonist of this paragraph is . The antagonist is

### A roller coaster is traveling at 13 m/s when it approaches a hill that is 400 m long. Heading down the hill, it accelerates at 4.0 m/s2. What is the final velocity of the roller coaster? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.

- 58

### A cart rolls 2 m to the right then rolls back 1 m to the left. a. What is the total distance rolled by the cart?

- The total distance rolled by the cart is 3 m.

### A child observes a caterpillar walking on a window sill. The caterpillar walks 18 cm to the left, then 6 cm to the right, then 10 cm to the left. a. What is the total distance walked by the caterpillar

- 34 cm

### Do you believe in Destiny, or do you think life is in our Control?

- As an AI, I don't have personal beliefs or emotions. However, I can provide information on both concepts. Some people believe in destiny, the idea that events are predetermined and inevitable. Others believe in free will, the concept that individuals have control over their actions and decisions. The belief in either concept can vary based on personal experiences, cultural background, religious beliefs, and philosophical outlook.

### Spanish prepositions (las preposiciones) link nouns, pronouns, verbs, and complements while indicating origin, destination, direction, location, or cause.

- What do Spanish prepositions do?

### What is the net force acting on the box pictured below?

### Two students are playing tug-of-war. One pulls on the rope to the left with a force of 300 N. The other pulls to the right with a force of 280 N. What is the net force on the rope?

- 20 N, left

### An object with a weight of 600 Newtons rests on the floor. What force is the floor exerting on the object?

- 600 Newtons upward

### A box witha mass of 20 kg is being pulled across a floor with a force of 50 N. If the force of friction is 10 N, what is the acceleration of the box?

- 2 m/s2

### The net force on an object determines the -

- motion of an object.

### Which one of the following objects below will remain at rest?

### Which one of the following objects below will remain at rest?

### Use the words in the box below to fill in the blanks based on what you have learned. Words may be used more than once or not used at all. Word Bank agent contact environment force inertia motion non-contact system When a book is pushed across a table, a(n) ____ is exerted on the book to make it move. The book is known as the ____ . The table, air, and other matter that surround the book is known as the ____ . The hand pushing the book across the table erts a(n) ____ force on the book because the hand is toubhing the book. The hand that is touching the book is known as the ____ because it is what causes the force. If the book is pushed off the table, it falls. When the book is falling, it continues to fall even though it is not being touched. Gravity is the ____ force that is causing the book to fall.

- force, system, environment, contact, agent, non-contact

### Use the words in the box below to fill in the blanks based on what you have learned. Words may be used more than once or not used at all. Word Bank agent contact environment force inertia motion non-contact system When a book is pushed across a table, a(n) ____ is exerted on the book to make it move. The book is known as the ____ . The table, air, and other matter that surround the book is known as the ____ . The hand pushing the book across the table erts a(n) ____ force on the book because the hand is toubhing the book. The hand that is touching the book is known as the ____ because it is what causes the force. If the book is pushed off the table, it falls. When the book is falling, it continues to fall even though it is not being touched. Gravity is the ____ force that is causing the book to fall.

- force, system, environment, contact, agent, non-contact

### Use the words in the box below to fill in the blanks based on what you have learned about atomic theory. Words may be used more than once or not used at all. Word Bank acceleration equilibrium Newton's Second Law friction Newton's Third Law inertia net force unbalanced balanced ____ is the tendency of an object to resist change in its motion. If an object is moving at a constant velocity or is at rest, the object is said to be at ____ . Equilibrium occurs when the sum of all of the forces acting on an object, or the ____ , is equal to zero. Based upon ____ , the acceleration of an object is in the same direction as the force upon the object. When the forces acting upon an object are ____ , the net force is equal to zero and the object is not accelerating. When the forces acting upon an object are ____ , there is a net force acting on the object and it undergoes ____ . It is no longer at equilibrium.

- Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist change in its motion. If an object is moving at a constant velocity or is at rest, the object is said to be at equilibrium. Equilibrium occurs when the sum of all of the forces acting on an object, or the net force, is equal to zero. Based upon Newton's Second Law, the acceleration of an object is in the same direction as the force upon the object. When the forces acting upon an object are balanced, the net force is equal to zero and the object is not accelerating. When the forces acting upon an object are unbalanced, there is a net force acting on the object and it undergoes acceleration. It is no longer at equilibrium.

### Use the words in the box below to fill in the blanks based on what you have learned about atomic theory. Words may be used more than once or not used at all. Word Bank acceleration equilibrium Newton's Second Law friction Newton's Third Law inertia net force unbalanced balanced ____ is the tendency of an object to resist change in its motion. If an object is moving at a constant velocity or is at rest, the object is said to be at ____ . Equilibrium occurs when the sum of all of the forces acting on an object, or the ____ , is equal to zero. Based upon ____ , the acceleration of an object is in the same direction as the force upon the object. When the forces acting upon an object are ____ , the net force is equal to zero and the object is not accelerating. When the forces acting upon an object are ____ , there is a net force acting on the object and it undergoes ____ . It is no longer at equilibrium.

- Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist change in its motion. If an object is moving at a constant velocity or is at rest, the object is said to be at equilibrium. Equilibrium occurs when the sum of all of the forces acting on an object, or the net force, is equal to zero. Based upon Newton's Second Law, the acceleration of an object is in the same direction as the force upon the object. When the forces acting upon an object are balanced, the net force is equal to zero and the object is not accelerating. When the forces acting upon an object are unbalanced, there is a net force acting on the object and it undergoes acceleration. It is no longer at equilibrium.

### According to Newton's first law of motion, what will an object in motion do when not acted upon by an external force?

- move at the same velocity

### According to Newton's first law of motion, what will an object in motion do when not acted upon by an external force?

- move at the same velocity

### In deep space, there is very little friction. Once a probe is launched into deep space, with no external forces acting on it, scientists shut the probe's engine off because they want the probe to

- move at constant velocity.

### Which statement goes against Newton's first law of motion?

- An object at rest stays at rest as long as unbalanced forces act on it.

### Which object is in static equilibrium?

- a book that has no net force acting on it and is sitting on a table

### In deep space, there is very little friction. Once a probe is launched into deep space, with no external forces acting on it, scientists shut the probe's engine off because they want the probe to

- move at constant velocity.

### Which statement goes against Newton's first law of motion?

- An object at rest stays at rest as long as unbalanced forces act on it.

### Which object is in static equilibrium?

- a book that has no net force acting on it and is sitting on a table

### y=|x|\:\:

- Reflect Across the x-axis
- Vertical Shift Down
- Horizontal Shift Right
- Vertical Stretch
- Horizontal Shift Left
- Vertical Shift Up
- Vertical Compression

### What is the primary purpose of using text evidence in an analytic response?

- To demonstrate understanding and support claims.

### What is original commentary in an analytic response?

- Personal thoughts, insights, and analysis.

### Why is it important to use both text evidence and original commentary in an analytic response?

- It strengthens the analysis and supports claims.

### Which of the following is an example of text evidence?

- Statistics from a reliable source.

### What does it mean to provide an analytic response in informational text?

- To analyze and interpret the information.

### Which of these statements describe Americans’ attitudes? Check all of the boxes that apply.

- Americans were eager to return to progressivism.
- Americans hoped to enter a time of prosperity.
- Many Americans supported less regulation in business.
- Americans became more interested in social issues.

### Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a good research question?

- It is broad and general.

### A while back, either James borrowed $12 from his friend Rita or she borrowed $12 from him, but he can’t quite remember which. Either way, he is planning to pay her back or ask that she pay him back this afternoon. If he has $42.80 in his wallet, which equation represents the amount of money he may have after he sees Rita?

- |x – 42.80| = 12

### A race care moves around a circular turn at 60 m/s. If the radius of the turn is 300 m, what is the period?

- 31 s

### A race care moves around a circular turn at 60 m/s. If the radius of the turn is 300 m, what is the period?

- 31 s

### A race care moves around a circular turn at 60 m/s. If the radius of the turn is 300 m, what is the period?

- 31 s

### What is the force required to keep a 10 kg model train moving in a circle of radius 10 m if the train has a linear speed of 0.5 m/s?

- 0.25 N

### A car makes a turn of radius 25 m while traveling at a constant speed of 15 m/s. What acceleration was required to make this turn?

- 9 m/s2

### What is the solution to the inequality ?

- 2 < n < 3
- –3 > n > –2
- n < –3 or n > –2
- n < 2 or n > 3

### A company manufactures 16-oz boxes of cereal. Boxes are randomly weighted to ensure the correct amount. If the discrepancy in weight is more than 0.15 oz, the production is stopped. What is the range of acceptable values for production to continue?

- 15.85 oz to 16.15 oz

### The heat in the house is set to keep the minimum and maximum temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit) according to the equation |x – 72.5| = 4. What are the minimum and maximum temperatures in the house?

- 68.5°F and 76.5°F

### Which value can fill in the blank in the function f(x) = ____|x| to make its graph wider than that of the parent function, f(x) = |x|

- 4

### Johan found that the equation –2|8 – x| – 6 = –12 had two possible solutions: x = 5 and x = –11. Which explains whether his solutions are correct?

- He is not correct because he made a sign error.

### Kari and Samantha have determined that their water-balloon launcher works best when they launch the balloon at an angle within 3 degrees of 45 degrees. Which equation can be used to determine the minimum and maximum optimal angles of launch, and what is the minimum angle that is still optimal?

- |x – 45| = 3; minimum angle: 42 degrees

### The standard diameter of a golf ball is 42.67 mm. A golf ball factory does quality control on the balls it manufactures. Golf balls are randomly measured to ensure the correct size. One day, an inspector decides to stop production if the discrepancy in diameter is more than 0.002 mm. Which function could represent this situation?

- f(x ) = |42.67 – x|

### Which graph represents the function f(x) = 4|x|?

### Which number line represents the solutions to –2|x| = –6?

### What is the solution to the inequality ?

### Which graph represents the function p(x) = |x – 1|?

### Which could be the graph of f(x) = |x - h| + k if h and k are both positive?

### Which of the following forces can affect an object indirectly?

- gravity

### Which of the following factors affect gravitational force? Select all that apply.

- weights of the objects
- distance between the objects
- masses of the objects

### Read the table above. Which of the satellites would have the greatest gravitational force with Earth?

- Earth and Satellite D

### Twin satellites were originally 150 meters apart and are now 300 meters apart. Which of the following best describes the gravitational force between the twin satellites?

- The gravitational force decreased to 1/4F.

### Titan is one of Saturn's moons and has a mass of 1.35 × 1023 kg. If Titan is 1.19 × 106 km from Saturn, and Saturn’s mass is 5.86 × 1026 kg, what is the gravitational force between Saturn and its moon?

- 3.73 × 10^21 N

### The gravitational force between the Sun (mass = 1.99 × 1030 kg) and Mercury (mass = 3.30 × 1023 kg) is 8.99 × 1021 N. How far is Mercury from the Sun?

- 6.98 × 10^7 km

### The process of testing a high - pressure cylinder is called a:

### All of the following are oxygen safety guidelines EXCEPT:

### Which of the following is the best method of determining how much oxygen remains in a tank?

### A device that moistens the air in an oxygen delivery system is called a(n):

### The amount of air in the environment is about: