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A force of 50-N is applied to a 4 kilogram mass. The acceleration of the object is:

200 m/s

^{2}12.5 m/s

^{2}54 m/s

^{2}46 m/s

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By what factor will the kinetic energy of an object increase if the velocity of the object is tripled?

The kinetic energy will stay the same.

3

6

9

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An object is thrown vertically upward with an initial speed of 15 m/s. What is the total time in the air?

3 second

1.5 seconds

5 seconds

3.5 seconds

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An 8-kg object is raised by a crane to the top of a building 20-meters in height. If it takes 50 seconds for the object to get to the top of the building, then how much power was needed?

1600 watts

3.2 watts

32 watts

200 watts

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A kg-m

^{2}/s^{2}is otherwise known as a(n)Newton

Joule

Watt

Displacement

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If the gravitational force between two masses is F, then by what factor would the distance between the two object need to change if the mass of one of the objects is doubled in order for the force to remain the same?

4

2

2

^{1/2}6

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A rocket of mass

*m*begins to ascend vertically at*v*m/s. The work that gravity does on the rocket is:Negative

Zero

Positive

Undefined

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The area under a force-time curve represents:

Change in potential energy

Change in momentum

Change in force

Change in torque

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A circular object of radius R has an angular velocity of

*k*rad/s. The angular velocity at a point R/2 is:2

*k*rad/s*k*/2 rad/s*k*^{2}rad/s*k*rad/s - Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.
Two forces are acting on an object; a horizontal force of 8.3 Newtons and a vertical force of 5.4 Newtons. The magnitude of the resultant force is about:

13.7 Newtons

2.9 Newtons

9.9 Newtons

6.3 Newtons