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    • Motion
      Review 6
      An impatient girl named Lenore
      Tried to run on a freshly waxed floor
      Since the friction was less
      She made quite a mess
      As she slid quickly under the door
    • Motion 1
      Which of the following describes an objects position?
      The barbershop is just 1 km from my school.
      After getting to the lamppost, go 400 m north and then 200 m east.
      To get to the hobby store, just drive 1 km and then another 4 km.
      Just go south and then west to get to my home.
    • Motion 1
      Which of the following describes an objects position?
      The barbershop is just 1 km from my school.
      After getting to the lamppost, go 400 m north and then 200 m east.
      To get to the hobby store, just drive 1 km and then another 4 km.
      Just go south and then west to get to my home.
    • Motion 2
      Mae leaves her home, jogs for 25 minutes, walks for 5 minutes, and rests for 5 minutes. She then jogs home in 40 minutes.
      If you want to find Mae’s average speed during the time she was out of her home, which length of time should you use?
      30 min
      35 min
      65 min
      75 min
    • Motion 2
      Mae leaves her home, jogs for 25 minutes, walks for 5 minutes, and rests for 5 minutes. She then jogs home in 40 minutes.
      If you want to find Mae’s average speed during the time she was out of her home, which length of time should you use?
      30 min
      35 min
      65 min
      75 min
    • Motion 3
      Howard took a walk in his neighborhood. After 20 minutes, he turned around and started walking back home. The following table represents Howard’s walk.
      What was Howard’s
      average speed
      0 m/min
      40 m/min
      80 m/min
      100 m/min
    • Motion 3
      Howard took a walk in his neighborhood. After 20 minutes, he turned around and started walking back home. The following table represents Howard’s walk.
      What was Howard’s
      average speed
      0 m/min
      40 m/min
      80 m/min
      100 m/min
    • Motion 4
      What was the average speed for the entire trip?
      0.7 m/s
      1.43 m/s
      70 m/s
      0.8 m/s
    • Motion 4
      What was the average speed for the entire trip?
      0.7 m/s
      1.43 m/s
      70 m/s
      0.8 m/s
    • Motion 5
      Florence can run at an average speed of 200 m/min. At this rate how many seconds would it take Florence to run 1,500m?
      750 sec
      730 sec
      450 sec
      210 sec
    • Motion 5
      Florence can run at an average speed of 200 m/min. At this rate how many seconds would it take Florence to run 1,500m?
      750 sec
      730 sec
      450 sec
      210 sec
    • Motion 6
      If a motorist travels at an average speed of 75 km/hr, how long will it take the motorist to travel 90 km?
      65 min
      72 min
      75 min
      80 min
    • Motion 6
      If a motorist travels at an average speed of 75 km/hr, how long will it take the motorist to travel 90 km?
      65 min
      72 min
      75 min
      80 min
    • Motion 7
      If the velocity of an object is changing, which of the following could be changing?
      Its speed but not its direction
      Its direction but not its speed
      Neither its speed or direction
      Either its speed or direction
    • Motion 7
      If the velocity of an object is changing, which of the following could be changing?
      Its speed but not its direction
      Its direction but not its speed
      Neither its speed or direction
      Either its speed or direction
    • Motion 8
      Which of the following is an example of velocity?
      A bird flies south
      A car drives at 80km/hr
      A woman jogs around a circular track
      A man walks north at 6km/hr
    • Motion 8
      Which of the following is an example of velocity?
      A bird flies south
      A car drives at 80km/hr
      A woman jogs around a circular track
      A man walks north at 6km/hr
    • Motion 9
      How much time is required for a bicycle to travel a distance of 100 m at an average speed of 2 m/s?
      0.02 sec
      50 sec
      100 sec
      200 sec
    • Motion 9
      How much time is required for a bicycle to travel a distance of 100 m at an average speed of 2 m/s?
      0.02 sec
      50 sec
      100 sec
      200 sec
    • Motion 10
      A athlete can run 9 km in 1 hour. If the athlete runs at that same speed for 30 mins, how far will the athlete travel?
      18 km
      9 km
      4.5 km
      3.3 km
    • Motion 10
      A athlete can run 9 km in 1 hour. If the athlete runs at that same speed for 30 mins, how far will the athlete travel?
      18 km
      9 km
      4.5 km
      3.3 km
    • Motion 11
      Which of the following represents the velocity of a moving object?
      40
      40 m north
      40 m/s
      40 m/s north
    • Motion 11
      Which of the following represents the velocity of a moving object?
      40
      40 m north
      40 m/s
      40 m/s north
    • Motion 12
      What characteristic of motion could change without changing the velocity of an object?
      The speed
      The position
      The direction
      The acceleration
    • Motion 12
      What characteristic of motion could change without changing the velocity of an object?
      The speed
      The position
      The direction
      The acceleration
    • "Bodies in motion remain in motion, and bodies at rest stay in bed unless their mothers call them to get up.“
      Anything that doesn't matter has no mass.
      Why did the chicken cross the road?Issac Newton: Chickens at rest tend to stay at rest, chickens in motion tend to cross roads.
      Why did the chicken cross the road? Albert Einstein: Whether the chicken crossed the road or the road crossed the chicken depends on your frame of reference.