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Measurement

Given the QUESTION, identify the 7. The SI unit of work is

ANSWER Ο Joule (J)

Ο Ergs

1. In the Celsius scale the boiling point Ο Watts (W)

of water is Ο Lumen

Ο 100 oC

Ο 182 oC 8. Vernier calipers are used to measure

Ο 0 oC Ο Length

Ο 75 oC Ο Weight

Ο Time

2. The SI unit of volume is Ο Charge

Ο Cubic Meter (m3)

Ο Square Meter (m2) 9. Angstrom is a unit of

Ο Kilogram (kg) Ο Length

Ο Angstrom (Ao) Ο Magnetic Flux

Ο Velocity

3. An ammeter measures Ο Elasticity

Ο Current

Ο Length 10. Meter is the unit of

Ο Power Ο Length

Ο Energy Ο Weight

Ο Force

4. Light year is a unit of Ο Pressure

Ο Distance

Ο Light Intensity 11. The SI unit of force is a

Ο Time Period Ο Newton (N)

Ο Speed Ο Pascal (Pa)

Ο Ampere (A)

5. Ohm is the unit of Ο Hertz (Hz)

Ο Electrical Resistance

Ο Moment of Inertia 12. Which of the following is not used

Ο Torque as a unit of temperature

Ο Force Ο Newton

Ο Centigrade

6. Hertz is the SI unit of Ο Kelvin

Ο Frequency Ο Fahrenheit

Ο Distance

Ο Speed 13. A Watt is the SI unit of

Ο Power Ο Current Density

Ο Electricity Ο Specific Heat Capacity

Ο Work

Ο Force 20. A pipette and a burette are used for

measuring

14. Pascal is a unit used in the Ο Volume

measurement of Ο Time

Ο Pressure Ο Acceleration

Ο Resistance Ο Voltage

Ο Friction

Ο Wavelength 21. Candela is the unit of Luminous

Intensity

15. Which is the odd one of the Ο True

following: Ο False

Ο Spring Balance

Ο Pipette 22. 100 centimeters = 1 meter

Ο Burette Ο True

Ο Measuring Jar Ο False

Ο Temperature Ο True

Ο Length Ο False

Ο Density

Ο Magnetic Intensity 24. 100 cc = 1 liter

Ο True

17. Which is the odd one out Ο False

Ο Thermometer

Ο Vernier Calipers 25. 100 minutes = 1 hour

Ο Screw Gauge Ο True

Ο Measuring Tape Ο False

Ο Time volume.

Ο Volume Ο True

Ο Density Ο False

Ο Weight

27. The SI unit of power is Erg

19. A voltmeter is used to measure Ο True

Ο Voltage Ο False

Ο Gravitational Acceleration

15. Spring Balance

A spring balance is used to measure

weight. Pipette, burette and measuring

jar are used to measure volume.

16. Temperature

17. Thermometer

A thermometer is used to measure

temperature. The other three

ANSWER KEY instruments are used to measure

1. 100 oC length.

1000 cc = 1 liter

9. Length

25. False

10. Length 60 minutes = 1 hour

Spring Balance is used to measure

12. Newton weight.

The SI unit of power is Watt

14. Pressure

Chapter 1 Quiz:

1. Convert the following scientific notations into decimal numbers.

a. 5.8 * 102

b. 1.2 * 10-3

c. 9.30001 *

100

2. State the number of significant digits:

a. 1.10

b.

0.0000000230

00

c. 12004

a. 7.29 + 2.0001 -

3.2

b. 100.3 - 5.2 * 3.11

c. 2.1 * 5.2 - 1.45 /

0.02303

4. Solve the following equation for x.

a. 5 = 2x

-1

b. 36 =

4x2

c. 5x =

15

5. You are looking up at the top of a building at 30 degrees. If the building is 20 m

tall, how far are you from the building? Assume that you are 1.70 m tall. (e.g. "10.5

m")

Chapter 2 Quiz:

1. If you move 10 km North, 10 km East, and 10 km South,

a. What is your displacement?(e.g. "10 km

South")

km

2. The below graph represents the position of a mouse at a given time.

0 to t = 4? m/s

b. What is the distance you traveled from t =

3 to t = 7? m

c. What is the total displacement?

m

3. Answer the questions using the following graph.

= 0 to t = 2? m

b. What is the instantaneous velocity when t

= 4? m/s

4. Jack and Michael are both running together at constant velocity of 10 m/s.

a. What is Jack's relative velocity to

Michael? m/s

b. What is Michael's relative velocity to

Jack? m/s

5. A rat and a cat are 25 m apart. When the rat started to run at 2 km/h, the cat

started to chase him at 10 km/h. Can the cat catch the rat in 10 seconds?

("Yes" or "No")

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Chapter 3 Quiz:

1. How long does it take for a car to change its velocity from 10 m/s to 25 m/s if

the acceleration is 5 m/s2?

s

2. A rat and a cat is 35 m apart. When the rat started to run at 2 km/h (0.556

m/s), the cat started to chase him at 1 m/s2. Can the cat catch the rat in 10

seconds?

(yes/no)

3. A car has a constant acceleration of 4 m/s2, starting from rest.

c. How far has it traveled by the time it reached the speed of 40

m/s? m

4. A car is at velocity of 20 km/h. If the car traveled 120 km in 3 hours at

constant acceleration, what is its final velocity?

km/h

5. A car travels at constant acceleration of 5 m/s2 from rest. How far has it

traveled by the time it reached the velocity of 72 km/h (20 m/s)?

m

6. How long will it take for a falling object to reach 108 m/s if its initial velocity is

10 m/s?

s

7. What is the final velocity of an apple if it falls from a 100m-tree?

m/s

Chapter 4 Quiz

1. How big is the net force acting on an object with constant velocity?

N

2. A car is moving at a constant velocity of 20 km/h (5.56 m/s). How much net

force is required to raise its velocity to 50 km/h (13.89 m/s) in 30 seconds?

Suppose the car has a mass of 150 kg.

N

3. If the net force of 7 N was continuously applied on 400 g object at rest, how

long will it take to raise its velocity to 80 m/s?

4. You pushed a 1 kg box on floor where = 0.3. If the force you applied was 5

N, will the box move?

(Yes/No)

5. On Planet X, a 70 kg object can be lifted by a force of 400 N.

a. What is the acceleration of gravity on Planet X?

m/s2

b. How much force is required if the same object is lifted on Earth?

N

c. Suppose your car was taken to Planet X. If the car has a mass of 1500 kg,

what would its weight be?

N

6. A book has a mass of 400 g. When you slided the book against the floor with 5

N, it accelerated at the rate of -1.5 m/s2. What would the coefficient of friction

between the book and the floor be?

Chapter 5 Quiz

1. A dog walks 1 km due east, then 300 m north, and finally 500 m west. What is

the resulting displacement of the dog?

2. Three students push a box. Michael pushes with a force of 200 N at 0 degree.

Shannon exerts a force of 150 N at 30 degrees, and Adam pushes with 175 N at

145 degrees. What is the magnitude of the net force?

N

3. A 10 kg picture is hanging on a wall by two ropes.

N

b. Are the forces acting on the ropes A and B equal in magnitude?

(Yes/No)

c. How big is the force acting on the rope A?

N

4. The roof on a house is at 10 degrees inclined. A 50 kg box is on the roof.

a. What is the magnitude of the force of gravity on the box?

N

b. What is the force of normal acting on the box?

N

c. What will the acceleration of the box be if there is no friction?

m/s2

d. If the coefficient of friction between the box and the roof is 0.15, will the box

move?

(Yes/No)

e. If so, how fast?

m/s2

5. A 3 kg block slides down a 30 degree inclined plane with constant

acceleration of 0.5 m/s2. The block starts from rest at the top. The length of the

incline is 2 m.

a. What is the velocity of the block at the bottom?

m/s

b. What is the magnitude of the force of normal on the block?

N

c. What is the coefficient of friction between the plane and the block?

Chapter 6 Quiz

1. A baseball was thrown from 1 m hill. Assume that the ball had an initial

velocity of 70 km/h (19.44 m/s) at 40 degrees.

a. What was the initial velocity on x direction?

m/s

b. What was the initial velocity on y direction?

m/s

c. How long will it take for the ball to land on the ground?

s

d. How far will the ball travel?

m

2. Pete throws a tennis ball horizontally from the top of the 50 m building.

Assume that the ball landed 100 m away from the building.

a. How long did it take for the ball to reach the ground?

s

b. What was the initial velocity on x direction?

m/s

c. What was the velocity of the ball when it hit the ground?

m/s

3. Michael is competing in the long jump. Assume that his total velocity (velocity

of x and y directions combined) right before he jumped was 6.5 m/s.

a. If he jumped at an angle of 35 degrees, what would his vertical velocity be?

m/s

b. How long will he stay in the air then?

s

4. A 1300 kg car takes 35 s to travel around a circular road that has a radius of

40 m.

a. What is the velocity of the car?

m/s

b. What is the acceleration of the car?

m/s2

c. How big should the force of friction be to maintain this acceleration?

N

d. How big should the coefficient of the force of friction be?

complete revolution. Assume that the coin has a velocity of 5 m/s.

a. What is the acceleration of the coin?

m/s2

b. What is the distance from the center of the stereo record to the coin?

cm

c. How big is the coefficient of the force of friction between the stereo and the

coin?

Chapter 7 Quiz

1. A ball was dropped from a 30 m tall building.

a. What is the acceleration of the ball when t = 1.0?

m/s2

b. What is the velocity of the ball when t = 1.0?

m/s

c. What is the displacement of the ball when t = 1.0?

m

d. How long will it take for the ball to hit the ground?

s

2. A ball was dropped from a helicopter. The helicopter was moving horizontally

with a constant velocity of 30 km/h (8.33 m/s) when the ball was released.

a. What is the velocity of the ball on x-direction when t = 2.0, assuming that the

ball has not hit the ground yet?

m/s

b. What is the displacement of the ball on x-direction when t = 2.0, assuming

that the ball has not hit the ground yet?

m

c. What is the velocity of the ball when t = 2.0, assuming that the ball has not

hit the ground yet?

m/s

d. The ball hit the ground when t = 3.2. What was the height of the helicopter

when the ball was dropped?

m

e. If the height of the helicopter was 160 m, how long will it take for the ball to

hit the ground?

s

3. Mike threw a baseball with an initial velocity of 80 km/h (22.22 m/s) with an

angle of 30 degrees. Assume that the ball was released at the height of 1 m.

a. What is the velocity of the ball on x direction when the ball was released?

m/s

b. What is the velocity of the ball on y direction when the ball was released?

m/s

c. How long will it take for the ball to hit the ground?

s

d. How far has the ball traveled when it hit the ground?

m

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