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Date: _______

KINEMATICS
MCQS
1.

36 Km / hr = ____________________
(a)

2.

10 m/sec

speed

(c)

distance

(d)

acceleration

800 N upwards

B Zero

C 800 N downwards

D 240 N downwards

0.50

(b)

0.80

(c)

1.25

(d)

2.00

Velocity

(b)

speed

(c)

distance

(d)

acceleration

The S.I unit for force is


Meters

(b)

Newton

(c)

Kilogram

(d) m /sec

Figure shows the velocity-time graph of a moving object. What is the distance moved between t=2s and t=5s?

8.

(b)

The gradient of a displacement time graph gives the ___________ of a moving object.

(a)
7.

(d) 30 m/sec

A car accelerates uniformly from 5m/sec to 13m/sec in 4.0 sec. What is the acceleration of the car in m/sec

(a)
6.

20 m/sec

-1

(a)
5.

(c)

A parachutist of mass 80 kg descends vertically at a constant velocity of 3.0 m S . Taking acceleration of free
-2
fall as 10m S , what is the resultant force acting on him?
A

4.

14 m/sec

The gradient of a velocity time graph gives the ____________.


(a) Velocity

3.

(b)

21

25m

42

50m

When a resultant force of 6.0 N is applied to a mass of 3.0 Kg, the acceleration of the mass will be

(a)
9.

0.5 m/sec

(b)

2.0 m/sec

(c) 3.0 m/sec

(d)

18.0 m/sec

One Newton or 1N=____________


(a)

1 g/m

(b)

1 g m/sec

(c)

1 Kg m/sec

(c)

1.8 m/sec

(d)

1 g/hr

(d)

1.2 m/sec

10. The gravitational field strength on Moon is


(a)

1.4 m/sec

(b)

1.6 m/sec

11. A car accelerates uniformly form rest to a speed of 20m/s in 2 seconds.


What is its acceleration?
a.

0.1 m/s b.

1.0 m/s c.

10 m/s d.

40 m/s

12. How far will a free-falling body, initially at rest, fall in 4 seconds?
2

(Take g = 10 m/s )
a.

10m

b.

40m

c.

50m

d.

13. A small body, dropped from rest, will have a velocity of 40 m/s at the end of approximately.
a.

4s

b.

3s

c.

2s

d.

1s

e.

d.

is zero

14. What must change when a body is accelerating?


a.

the force acting on the body

b.

the mass of the body

c.

the speed of the body

d.

the velocity of the body

15. If a small body falls freely near the earth, its acceleration.
a.

increase b.

decreases c.

remains the same

0s

80m

16.

17.

THEORY SECTION
Q1.

ii)

i)

Distinguish between

(a)

Distance and displacement:

(b)

Speed and velocity.

(a)

(b)

[2+2]

Define acceleration.

[2+2]

-2

A cyclist starts from rest accelerates at 1.5 m s . After what time would his velocity be 2.25 m s

-1

Q2: Figure below shows the velocity-time graph of a car traveling along a straight line.

(a)

Give a brief description of the motion.

[3]

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(b)

What are the accelerations in the phases labeled (i), (iii)?

[3]

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(c)

What is the total distance covered?

[2]

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(d)

Hence, or otherwise, calculate the average speed for the whole journey.

[2]

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Q6:

Define the following.

ii.

a.

acceleration due to gravity.

b.

terminal velocity.

A stone is thrown upwards from the ground with a velocity of


40 m/s.

[2]
[2]

a.

How long does it take to reach its highest point?

[2]

b.

What is its height at this point?

[2]

Q7:

Fig. 1.2 shows the speed/time graph for a car travelling along a straight road.
The graph shows how the speed of the car changes as the car passes through a small
town.

(a)

Describe what happens to the speed of the car

(i)

between A and B, .....................................................................................................

(ii)

Between B and C, .....................................................................................................

(iii)

Between C and D. .....................................................................................................[1]

(b)

Calculate the distance between the start of the town and the end of the town.

Distance =................................................ [3]


(c)

Calculate the acceleration of the car between C and D.

Acceleration = ................................................ [2]

(d)

State how the graph shows that the deceleration of the car has the same numerical value as its
acceleration.

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