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Drag and drop to match the quantity with the example
Mass  
Weight  
Scalar  
Vector  
Drag and drop to match the description to the type of quantity
Have both magnitude and direction  
Only have magnitude  
If a car experiences a resultant force in the forwards direction, what will happen to the motion of the car?
Drag and drop to match the description to the Law of Motion
Objects in motion stay in motion and objects at rest stay at rest (unless acted upon by a resultant force)  
F = MA (resultant force = mass x acceleration  
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction  
Calculate the mass of a vehicle with a momentum of 42000 kg m/s and a velocity of 25 m/s.
kg
The momentum equation is available in the description below the quiz
Complete the sentence: Stopping distances are made up of the sum of braking distance and distance.
Determine the speed of the object between 0 and 2 seconds.
m/s
answer to 2 decimal places
calculate the gradient.
Calculate the distance travelled by the runner in the velocity/time graph.
m
Rearrange the following formula to make λ the subject (wave speed)
Which of these is an example of transverse waves?
What happens to the speed of light waves when they go from air to water?
Which layer of the Earth’s atmosphere absorbs ultraviolet light?
What do we call the boundary between two different mediums?
Place the types of electromagnetic radiation in order from longest wavelength to shortest wavelength
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No refraction takes place if a wave is travelling along which line?
What devices are used to determine the shape of a magnetic field around a bar magnet?
Where are magnetic forces strongest?
Which of the following are uses for magnets?
Which of the following metals are magnetic?
Use one of the following words to fill in the blank:
Volcanic, magnetic, compression, refraction
Fill in the blank: A current flowing through a wire causes a field.
Use one of the following words:
magnetic
volcanic
electric
solar
This diagram shows the direction of a magnetic field caused by a current flowing through a conductor. Where is the magnetic field strongest?
Which of the following are ways that a magnetic field of an electromagnet can be made stronger?
Convert 6.5 x 10⁴ to ordinary form
Convert 42,000 to standard form
 x 10  
Convert 59 cm to km
km
Calculate the force when an object changes its momentum by 2550 kg m/s in 5 seconds.
N
Force exerted on a spring = x
Complete the equation for resultant force (Newton’s Second Law). Force = x
Which of the following equations is the correct way to make A the subject of the equation F = MA?
What will happen if only one force is applied to an object?
Which two things happen if you stretch a spring too far?
The image shows the relationship between force and extension for a spring. What kind of relationship is this?
Calculate the spring constant for a spring with an extension of 25mm and a force exerted of 1.6 N
N/m
Calculate the force exerted on a spring with an extension of 40cm and a spring constant of 12.5 N/m (Equation)
N
What kind of waves are electromagnetic waves?
What is the equation relating wave speed (v) distance (x) and time (t)?
Drag and drop to match the wave to the correct type
Guitar string vibrations  
Transverse  
Seismic P waves  
Longitudinal  
Drag and drop to match the description to the type of wave.
Wave vibrations are parallel to the direction of wave travel  
Wave vibrations are at right angles to the direction of wave travel  
What is the acceleration of an object that has an initial velocity of 10m/s and a final velocity of 50m/s. The object took 15s to accelerate to the final velocity.
Use the following equation:
a = (v − u)
t
What is happening to the speed of the object in the graph between 0 and 7 seconds?
Rearrange the following formula to make t the subject
Interaction, response, action, stimulus
Complete the sentence: Reaction time is the time between a being detected and a .
Which of the following can affect braking distances?
Which of the following factors can make reaction times longer?
How do crumple zones and airbags in cars protect people inside the car in a crash?
Calculate the force of a ball with a mass of 15kg that is accelerated at 2m/s²?
N
Calculate the forces involved in an accident where a 1650 kg car travelling at 20 m/s hits a wall and the car comes to a stop in 0.05 seconds.
N
Calculate the acceleration of an object which has the following characteristics. Final velocity = 50m/s, Initial velocity 0m/s, Distance travelled = 350m
m/s²
Drag and drop to match the quantity with the correct type
Acceleration  
Distance  
Scalar  
Vector  
Use some of the following words to fill in the blanks: You can use each word more than once.
Forces, indecision, interact, combined, pairs, contact, vectors, nested
Complete the statements.
A seesaw is balanced with a child applying a force of 300 N at a distance of 1.5 m from the pivot on one side. What force is required on the opposite side 2 m from the pivot to maintain balance?
N.
A spanner applies a force of 50 N at a distance of 0.3 m from a nut. Calculate the moment of the force applied to the nut.
Nm.
If a moment of 30 Nm is required to turn a lever and a force of 10 N is applied, what is the distance from the pivot to where the force is applied?
m.
Match each term with its correct definition.
Moment  
Pivot  
Explain why atmospheric pressure decreases with increasing altitude.
Match each pressurerelated concept to its description.
Upthrust  
Surface pressure  
Select all statements that correctly describe how pressure changes in a liquid:
What is the correct formula to calculate the pressure at a surface due to a force?
Echo sounding is primarily used for which of the following?
Match each application with the correct wave type.
Ultrasound  
Echo sounding  
Select all effects of a wave when it encounters a boundary between two materials.
Select all statements that are true for a perfect black body.
Match each factor to its effect on the Earth’s temperature.
Absorption of radiation  
Reflection of radiation  
Match each description to the correct type of radiation behaviour.
Perfect black body  
Transparent body  
Arrange the following processes in order to show how a body reaches thermal equilibrium, from start to finish.
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Select all characteristics of an opaque object.
Select all correct characteristics of a concave lens.
Use some of the following answers to fill in the blanks:
Black, white, all colours, none
If an object reflects equally, it appears .
What is the main force responsible for the formation of a protostar from a cloud of dust and gas?
What is the primary role of gravity in the maintenance of orbital motion in planets and satellites?
Use some of the following answers to fill in the blanks:
Neutron star, black hole, supernova, red super giant, yellow dwarf, nova
After a explodes in a , it can form either a or a depending on its remaining mass.
Arrange the following statements to outline the concept of an expanding universe.
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Select all observations that support the Big Bang theory.
Use some of the following answers to fill in the blanks:
Big Bang, dense, expanding, light, heavy
The theory suggests the universe started from a hot and extremely state.
What key aspects of the universe remain poorly understood? (Select all that apply)
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