Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
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• Question 1
60 seconds
Q. You and your dad are moving the couch from one side to another. Your dad pushes with a force of 35 N to the right and you push with a force of 25 N right. What is the net force on the couch?
60 N right
10 N left
60 n right
50 N left
• Question 2
60 seconds
Q. A wheeled cart is moving to the right at a constant speed.  Two forces of equal magnitude are acting upon the cart. Which of the following best describes the forces and motion of the cart?
Balanced Forces, Constant Speed
Balanced Forces, Acceleration
Unbalanced Forces, Constant Speed
Unbalanced Forces, Acceleration
• Question 3
30 seconds
Q. Which could be an example of an unbalanced force?
A plate sitting on a dining table
A ball at the top of a hill that is not moving
Earth orbiting the Sun
A baseball that has been thrown to home plate.
• Question 4
30 seconds
Q. Which could be an example of a balanced force?
An asteroid moving at a constant speed through space
A car accelerating from a stop sign
A box of dishes falling from a counter
A rocket taking off
• Question 5
30 seconds
Q.

Which of the following objects will experience an unbalanced force?

A bike rider on a smooth and level road, pedaling at a constant rate.

A train pulling on another train, each with the same amount of force.

A chair sitting on the floor with balanced forces acting in opposite directions.

A ball rolling across the floor with friction acting in the opposite direction.

• Question 6
120 seconds
Q. If these teams are pulling with the same amount of force what will happen?
The boy in blue will win.
They will not move at all.
The boy in red will win.
Both will fall down.
• Question 7
60 seconds
Q. What is the net force?
40 N left
0 N Balalnced
400 N right
40 N right
• Question 8
60 seconds
Q. How will this object move?
It won't move.
It will move to the right.
It will move to the left.
It will move up.
• Question 9
60 seconds
Q. In a tug of war the left team pulls with a force of 200N. The right team pulls with a force of 150N. What is the resultant force?
50N to the left.
350N to the left.
350N to the right.
50N to the right.
• Question 10
60 seconds
Q. What is the net force?
400 N Up
400 N Down
- 400 N Down
800 N Down
• Question 11
120 seconds
Q. Which of the blocks above has balanced forces acting on it?
A
B
C
D
• Question 12
30 seconds
Q.

two forces acting in opposite directions on an object, and do not cause a change in motion; equal in size

Force

Balanced Force

Unbalanced Force

Inertia

• Question 13
30 seconds
Q.

two forces acting on an object and causes a change in motion; not equal in size.

Force

Balanced Force

Unbalanced Force

Net Force

• Question 14
30 seconds
Q. An airplane is travelling North through the sky at a constant speed when turbulence causes it to take a different route, changing its direction. Explain the forces at work on this plane.