 Kinetic and Potential Energy
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• Question 1
180 seconds Q. At which point is potential energy greatest?
W
X
Y
Z
• Question 2
180 seconds Q. When a pendulum swings, at which point is kinetic energy highest?
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2
3
4
• Question 3
180 seconds Q. When a pendulum swings, at which point is potential energy at its greatest?
1
2
3
4
• Question 4
180 seconds Q. Which point has the most potential energy?
G
f
b
a
• Question 5
180 seconds Q. Where would a person have to be located to have the minimum gravitational potential energy?
up on the roof
down in the basement
in the middle
outside
• Question 6
180 seconds
Q. A 0.40 kilogram bird is flying at a constant speed of 8.0 m/s. What is the bird's kinetic energy ?
3.2 J
4.2 J
2.0 J
12.8 J
• Question 7
180 seconds
Q. A 2600 kilogram car is moving at a speed of 25 m/s. How much kinetic energy does the car have?
427,500 J
237,500 J
437,500 J
537,500 J
• Question 8
180 seconds Q. 2. The diagram to the right represents a diver’s motion from the top of a high diving board into a pool of water. At what point does the diver have the greatest kinetic energy and the least potential energy?
1
2
3
4
• Question 9
180 seconds
Q. A 60.0 kg person walks from the ground to the roof of a 74.8 m tall building. How much gravitational potential energy does she have at the top of the building?
43982.4 J
63982.3 J
43962.4 J
83942.4 J
• Question 10
180 seconds
Q. A pitcher throws a 0.145 kg baseball at a velocity of 30.0m/s. How much kinetic energy does the ball have?
65.35 J
87.25 J
23.45 J
65.25 J
• Question 11
180 seconds Q.

Energy and work are measured in

kilograms

meters

Joules

m/s

• Question 12
180 seconds
Q. How can I gain potential energy? (choose the best answer)
Run a mile
Walk up the stairs
Climb a mountain
Go down the stairs
• Question 13
180 seconds Q.

This graph depicts what type of relationship between kinetic and potential energy?

Non-Linear

Linear

Inverse

Poly-atomic

• Question 14
180 seconds Q.

According to this graph, as kinetic energy decreases, potential energy must?

Increase

Decrease

Stay the same

• Question 15
180 seconds Q.

Based on the diagram of a roller coaster car on a roller coaster track, what statement is true?

The car at point A has more kinetic energy than the car at point C

The car at point C has less kinetic energy than the car at point B.

The car at point C has more kinetic energy than the car at point B.

The car at point D has less potential energy than the car at point B.

• Question 16
180 seconds Q.

How can we increase the gravitational potential energy of the car?