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Conceptual Mastery

Review Using the Peer

Instruction Method

DALE’S LEARNING CONE

PEER INSTRUCTION

METHOD: Instructions

• READ the problem (~1 minute).

• THINK! Formulate individual answers (~1

minute).

• DISCUSS your answers with the others sitting

around you. CONVINCE each other of the

correctness of your own answer (~2-3 minutes).

• REPORT your answers to the instructor by

show of hands.

REMINDERS

• Most problems in the exam are of the

same type.

• A long exam tests more your ABILITY

TO TAKE a standard exam, rather than

your own intelligence. PREPARATION is

the key to getting a high score.

PROBLEM 1

• If an object has an acceleration of 0

m/s2, then one can be sure that the

object is not

(a) moving

(b) changing position

(c) changing velocity

PROBLEM 2

• Which one of the following is NOT

consistent with a car which is accelerating?

(b) moving with a decreasing speed.

(c) moving with a high speed

(d) changing direction.

PROBLEM 3

• Barry Sanders is running down the football field in a

straight line. He starts at the 0-yard line at 0 seconds.

At 1 second, he is on the 10-yard line; at 2 seconds, he

is on the 20-yard line; at 3 seconds, he is on the 30-

yard line; and at 4 seconds, he is on the 40-yard line.

This is evidence that

(a) he is accelerating

(b) he is covering a greater distance in each

consecutive second.

(c) he is moving with a constant speed (on average).

PROBLEM 4

• Which one of the following statements is

NOT true of a free-falling object? An object

in a state of free fall

(b) falls with an acceleration of -10m/s2

(c) falls under the sole influence of gravity

(d) falls with an acceleration of constant

magnitude

PROBLEM 5

• Roll a bowling ball off the edge of a

table. As it falls, its horizontal

component of velocity

(a) decreases

(b) remains constant

(c) increases

PROBLEM 6

• What is the acceleration of a car that

maintains a constant velocity of 100 km/hr

for 10 seconds?

(a) 0

(b) 10 km/hr/s

(c) 10 km/s/s

(d) 1000 km/hr/s

PROBLEM 7

• As an object freely falls, its

(b) acceleration increases

(c) both of these

(d) none of these

PROBLEM 8

• A ball is thrown into the air at some angle

between 0 and 90 degrees. At the very top

of the ball's path, its velocity is _______.

(b) entirely horizontal

(c) both vertical and horizontal

(d) not enough information given to know

PROBLEM 9

• A ball is thrown into the air at some angle

between 0 and 90 degrees. At the very top

of the ball's path, its acceleration is _______.

(b) entirely horizontal

(c) both vertical and horizontal

(d) not enough information given to know

PROBLEM 10

• A ball is thrown into the air at some angle

between 0 and 90 degrees. Neglecting air

resistance, at the very top of the ball's

path, the net force acting upon it is _______.

(b) entirely horizontal

(c) both vertical and horizontal

(d) not enough information given to know

PROBLEM 11

• At what point in its path is the horizontal

component of the velocity of a projectile the

smallest?

(b) half-way to the top

(c) at the top

(d) as it nears the top

(e) it is the same throughout the path

PROBLEM 12

• At what point in its path is the vertical

component of the velocity of a projectile the

smallest?

(b) half-way to the top

(c) at the top

(d) as it nears the top

(e) it is the same throughout the path

PROBLEM 13

• An airplane travels at 141 km/h toward the

northeast (45 degrees). What is its

component velocity due north?

(a) 41 km/h

(b) 100 km/h

(c) 110 km/h

(d) 141 km/h

PROBLEM 14

• A projectile is launched at an angle of 15

degrees above the horizontal and lands down

range. What other projection angle for the same

speed would produce the same down-range

distance?

(a) 30 degrees

(b) 45 degrees

(c) 50 degrees

(d) 75 degrees

(e) 90 degrees

PROBLEM 15

• Two projectiles are fired at equal speeds

but different angles. One is fired at angle

of 30 degrees and the other at 60 degrees.

The projectile to hit the ground first will be

the one fired at (neglect air resistance)

(a) 30 degrees

(b) 60 degrees

(c) Both hit at the same time

PROBLEM 16

• Stand next to a wall that travels at 30km/s

relative to the sun. With your feet on the

ground, you also travel the same 30km/s. What

is your speed when your feet leave the ground?

(a) 0 km/s

(b) 10 km/s

(c) 20 km/s

(d) None of the above

PROBLEM 17

• Free fall is motion in which gravity is the only

force acting. Which of the following is in free

fall?

(b) A satellite circling the Earth above the

atmosphere

(c) All of the above

(d) None of the above

PROBLEM 18

• Which of the following is an example of

motion in which the acceleration of a

body is opposite in direction to its

velocity?

(a) Ball moving up

(b) Ball moving down

(c) Car decelerating

(d) All of the above

PROBLEM 19

• What is the acceleration of a car that

moves at a steady velocity of 100km/h for

100 seconds?

(a) 0 km/hr

(b) 1 km/hr/s

(c) 10 km/hr/s

(d) 100 km/hr/s

PROBLEM 20

• Cite an instance in which your speed

could be zero while your acceleration

is nonzero.

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