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Two cars started at the same position and were driven through a city using different streets. The red car traveled north 2 miles, then east 4 miles, and then south 6 miles. The green car traveled south 4 miles and then east 4 miles. Both cars ended at the same location.

Which best compares the motion of the cars?

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The green car traveled a shorter distance, but the displacement of the cars was equal.

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Manny walked a total of 3 miles. The reference point used to calculate the total distance that he walked was the same as the ending point.

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Two cars started at the same position and were driven through a city using different streets. The red car traveled north 2 miles, then east 4 miles, and then south 6 miles. The green car traveled south 4 miles and then east 4 miles. Both cars ended at the same location.

Which best compares the motion of the cars?

The green car traveled a shorter distance, but the displacement of the cars was equal.

Manny walked a total of 3 miles. The reference point used to calculate the total distance that he walked was the same as the ending point.

Which describes where Manny most likely walked?

on a circular nature trail

Which could describe the motion of an object? Check all that apply.

distance = 0 and displacement = 0

distance = 10 meters and displacement = 0

distance = 10 meters and displacement = 10 meters

distance = 10 meters and displacement = 1 meter

A track begins at 0 meters and has a total distance of 100 meters. Juliet starts at the 10-meter mark while practicing for a race.

After running 45 meters, how far is she from the beginning of the track?

55 meters

Julie finds a snail on the sidewalk and wants to know whether or not the snail moves throughout the day. She places a single mark on the sidewalk next to the snail.

What will Julie use the mark for initially?

acting as a reference point for detecting motion

Sonya is playing a board game, and each space on the board game measures 1 centimeter. She moves her game token 5 spaces up from the start position. Then she moves it 5 spaces to the left. Finally, Sonya moves her token 2 spaces down.

What is the total distance the token moved?

12 cm

The diagram shows a vertical number line.

What is the position of point X?

16

Which does a reference point provide? Check all that apply.

a position from which to measure future distance

a way to detect an object's motion

Which scenario best describes motion?

a ball rolling from point A to point B

What is required in order to determine whether or not an object moves?

a reference point

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Consider a liquid-level sensor that consists of two parallel plates of conductor immersed in an insulating liquid. When the tank is empty (i.e., x = 0), the capacitance of the plates is 200 pF. The relative dielectric constant of the liquid is 15. Determine an expression for the capacitance C as a function of the height x of the liquid. Length of plates L=100 cm.

N is the binomial (100, 0.4) random variable. M is the binomial (50, 0.4) random variable. M and N are independent. What is the PMF of L=M+N?

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Which describes the positions on a horizontal number line?

All points to the left of one are positive.

All points to the right of one are positive.

All points to the left of zero are negative.

All points to the right of zero are negative.

2. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Manny walked a total of 3 miles. The reference point used to calculate the total distance that he walked was the same as the ending point.

Which describes where Manny most likely walked?

from the bottom of a hill to the top

on a circular nature trail

on a sidewalk from his house to the mall

from the beginning of a straight track to the end

3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which scenario best describes motion?

a toy train in position 4 on a number line

a race track that is 100 meters long

a ball rolling from point A to point B

a student living 150 miles from Chicago

4. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which scenario best describes an object with a displacement of zero?

A train moves uphill as it travels in a straight path.

A person walks 2 miles north and 2 miles west.

A ball rolls from the top to the bottom of a hill.

A race car starts and ends at the same point on a track.

5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which best defines the relationship between speed and velocity?

Speed is velocity with displacement.

Velocity is speed with displacement.

Speed is based on a specific direction.

Speed is based on a specific direction.

6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which is a valid velocity reading for an object?

answer choices 45 m/s 45 m/s north 0 m/s south 0 m/s 7. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which refers to the rate of change in velocity?

answer choices speed acceleration direction magnitude 8. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which of these is an example of acceleration?

a bicyclist turning around a corner

a car traveling south with its cruise control set

a bus traveling north at 25m/s

a helicopter waiting to take off

9. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

If the change in velocity increases, what happens to the acceleration during the same time period?

Acceleration decreases.

Acceleration increases.

Acceleration becomes negative.

10. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Ariana is accelerating her car at a rate of 4.6 m/s2 for 10 seconds.

Her starting velocity was 0 m/s.

What was her final velocity?

answer choices 0 m/s 2.3 m/s 4.6 m/s 46 m/s 11. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which units are used to measure force?

answer choices Newtons Feet Miles Grams 12. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which best describes two counteracting forces on an object?

using a dolly to push a box to another location

two children pulling apart a wishbone

a group of dogs pulling a dogsled across ice

two people pushing a broken-down car up the road

13. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which is the best example of forces acting in the same direction?

a boy lifting his chest off the ground during a pushup

two football players pushing a tackling sled

a person pulling out a garden hose from its reel

two dogs playing tug-of-war with a rope

14. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Haley is trying to pull an object upward.

The below forces are acting on the object.

Fp= 5500 N Fg= 6000 N

Which represents the net force?

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An object is moving across a surface, but it does not gain or lose speed.

Which best describes the object’s force?

The net force is positive.

The net force is zero.

The positive force is greater than the negative force.

The negative force is greater than the positive force.

16. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

According to Newton’s first law of motion, when will an object at rest begin to move?

when its inertia decreases to zero

when an unbalanced force acts upon it

when the action and reaction forces are equal

when two equal and opposite forces act upon it

17. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

What is the mass of a crate if a force of 200 N causes it to accelerate at 8 m/s2? (Formula: F=ma)

answer choices 25 kg 192 kg 208 16 18. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

A ball has a mass of 140 g.

What is the force needed to accelerate the ball at 25 m/s2?

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Manny walked a total of 3 miles. The reference point used to calculate the total distance that he walked was the same as the ending point. Which describes where Manny most likely walked?

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August 26, 2021 at 5:45 pm

on a circular nature trail

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thuthao 0

August 26, 2021 at 5:46 pm

Correct question:

Manny walked a total of 3 miles. The reference point used to calculate the total distance that he walked was the same as the ending point. Which describes where Manny most likely walked?

a. from the bottom of a hill to the top

b. on a circular nature trail

c. on a sidewalk from his house to the mall

d. from the beginning of a straight track to the end

Answer: b. on a circular nature trail Explanation:

As it is mentioned that Manny that his reference point from where she started is same as ending point meaning that she moved in a circular path making point B correct answer.