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# ICP Final

Displacement is distant with _____ Direction
Veloity is ____ Speed with direction
When the following vectors are add, what is the final displacement? 3 m -> + 7m -> +1.5m <- 8.5 m ->
Acceleration is ____ divided by time. Change in speed
Average speed is total distance divided by time
Velocity can be added going which of the following vector mathematics
If a runner went 60 m in 20 seconds, what would their speed be? (in m/s) 3 m/s
What is a way one can have an acceleration and a constant speed? Change in direction
If a cat walks 3 m west, 2 meters north, and 3 meters east, what is the cats displacement a. 8 meters b. 3 meters west c. 2 meters north d. 3 meters east 2 m North
If a cat walks 3 m west, 2 meters north, and 3 meters east, what is the cats distance traveled? a. 8 meters b. 3 meters west c. 2 meters north d. 3 meters east 8 m
Which is not a force? a. friction b. electromagnetic c. acceleration d. gravity Acceleration
When an object on wheels move, the form of friction present is ___ a. static b. sliding c. fluid d. rolling Rolling
When an object experiences air resistance, the form of friction present is a. static b. sliding c. fluid d. rolling fluid
When an object is pushed and it does not move, the form of friction is a. static b. sliding c. fluid d. rolling static
When a projectile travels through air, it is most affected by ___. a. strong and the weak force b. air resistance and the magnetic field of earth c. gravity and the magnetic field of earth d. gravity and air resistance gravity and air resistance
Newton's First law is sometimes called the law of ____. a. inertia b. conversation c. momentum d. resistance inertia
Newtons second law is which of the following? a. v=d/t b. F=0 c. F=m a d. F=m v F= m a
Newton's third law states for every action force there is ____ a. reaction force b. friction force c. net force d. unbalanced force reaction force
What force holds the nucleus together? a. strong nuclear b. magnetic c. gravitational d. electric strong nuclear
What force holds the proton itself together? a. stronger nuclear b. gravitational c. magnetic d. weak nuclear weak nuclear
If you bring the North pole of one magnet to the North pole of a second magnet they will ____. a. attract b. do nothing c. repel d. destroy each other repel
The minimum needed to stop an alpha particle is _____. a. piece of aluminum b. piece of paper c. several meters of concrete d. the entire ocean piece of paper
Electromagnetic waves _______. a. do not carry energy b. can travel through empty space c. all have the same frequency d. the entire ocean can travel through empty space
The minimum needed to stop a gamma ray is ____. a. piece of aluminum b. piece of paper c. several meters of concrete d. the entire ocean several meters of concrete
The electromagnetic waves with the highest energy are____. a. infrared rays b. ultraviolet rays c. gamma rays d. radio waves gamma rays
Microwaves and radar waves are both examples of ____. a. infrared b. ultraviolet c. gamma d. radio radio
Light that has been separated based upon what direction it is vibrating is called ____. a refracted b. reflected c. scattered d. polarized polarized
_____ cause skin cancer, but can also be beneficial for vitamin D production in the body. a. visible light b. gamma rays c. ultraviolet d. x-rays ultraviolet rays
Objects appear clearly through a material that is ____. a. translucent b. polarized c. opaque d. transparent transparent
Objects appear fuzzy through a material that is ____. a. translucent b. polarized c. opaque d. transparent translucent
Light does not pass through a material that is ____. a. translucent b. polarized c. opaque d. transparent opaque
____ are used to determine if there are cracks in buildings as well as the human body. a. ultraviolet b. gamma rays c. x-rays d. visible light x-rays
A reflected ray of light is one that ____. a. bends as it enters a new medium b. bounces off a surface c. travels faster after it is reflected d. always forms an image bounces off a surface
A plane mirror forms what kind of image? a. real b. imaginary c. blind d. virtual virtual
Concave lenses cause rays to ____. a. spread apart b. reflect c. come together d. form real images spread apart
Which forms where light rays converge ____. a. real image b. imaginary image c. blind image d. virtual image real image
Which corrects nearsightedness? a. convex mirror b. convex lens c. concave mirror d. concave lens concave lenses
Which optical device is used to enlarge small objects using lenses? a. refracting telescope b. reflecting telescope c. microscope d. pinhole camera microscope
The two areas in the eye where light actually bends are ____. a. the cornea and lens b. the retina and lens c. the cornea and pupil d. the pupil and lens the cornea and lens
Which is used to correct farsightedness? a. convex mirror b. convex lens c. concave mirror d. concave lens convex lens
One distinguished between a real and virtual image because a virtual image _____. a. can be projected b. cannot be projected c. is formed in front of the mirror d. is always enlarged cannot be projected
A telescope literally means ____. a. far seeing b. far getting c. big tube d. object enlarger far seeing
When we used the Van De Graaff Generator, that showed the concept of ______. a, Magnetic Fields b. Electric Resistance c. Magnetic Force d. Electric Discharge Electric Discharge
If a balloon is attracted to a Van De Graaff Generator, then the charges are ____. a. adding together b. moving away c. opposite d. the same opposite
A circuit that does not split its current (one where all the resistors are in line) is called a ____. a. parallel circuit b. series circuit c. direct current d. alternating current series circuit
A circuit that does split its current (one where the resistors sit across from one another) is called a ____. a. parallel circuit b. series count c. direct count d. alternating current parallel circuit
AC stands for ___. a. parallel circuit b. series circuit c. direct current d. alternating current alternating current
DC stands for ___. a. parallel circuit b. series circuit c. direct current d. alternating current Direct current
If two 100 ohm resistors are setting in series, their total resistance is____. a. 300 ohms b. 100 ohms c. 200 ohms d. 50 ohms 200 ohms
The universe as we know began approximately _____. a. 4.6 billion years ago b. 13.8 billion years ago c. 7.9 billion years ago d. 10^100 years ago . 13.8 billion years ago
The moon has ____ of Earths gravity a. 1/2 b. 1/4 c. 1/6 d. 1/8 1/6
Fission is where you ____. a. split a large atom b. shove two small atoms together c. atoms decaying naturally d. create a black hole split a large atom
Fusion is where you ____. a. split a large atom b. shove two small atoms together c. atoms decaying naturally d. create a black hole shove two small atoms together
_____ is the name for an object that detects radiation. a. foil experiment b. Geiger Counter c. radioactivity d. fusion radioactivity
This type of eclipse occurs when the moon's shadow goes over the Earth. a. lunar eclipse b. solar eclipse c. total eclipse d. partial eclipse solar eclipse
This type of eclipse occurs when the earths shadow goes over the moon a. lunar eclipse b. solar eclipse c. total eclipse d. partial eclipse lunar eclipse
The moon is made of ___. a. the same stuff we are made up of b. gas c. hydrogen d. cheese the same stuff we are made of
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