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- 1. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
What is the average speed equation?

average speed = total time / distance travelled

average speed = time taken / total distance

average speed = total distance travelled / time taken

average speed = total distance travelled x time taken

- 2. Fill-in-the-Blank2 minutes1 pt
What is the name given to a physical quantity described in both size and direction?

- 3. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
Which units could

__NOT__be used for the speed of an object?m/s

km/h

s/m

miles per hour

- 4. Fill-in-the-Blank2 minutes1 pt
What physical quantity has the unit metre per second squared?

- 5. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
What is the equation for the acceleration of an object?

change in velocity / time taken

change in time / velocity

change in time x velocity

change in velocity x time taken

- 6. Fill-in-the-Blank2 minutes1 pt
What is the standard physical unit for displacement?

- 7. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
What is the alternative equation for calculating the average speed of an object?

(initial speed - final speed) / time taken

(initial speed + final speed) / time taken

(initial speed - final speed) / 2

(initial speed + final speed) / 2

- 8. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
What is the symbol equation for acceleration?

a = (v + u) / s

a = (v - u) / t

a = (u - v) / t

a = (u - v) / s

- 9. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
Which of the following equation is the average speed equation re-arranged so that 'time taken' is the subject.

time taken = average speed / distance travelled

time taken = average speed x distance travelled

time taken = distance travelled / average speed

time taken = distance travelled x average speed

- 10. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 pt
Which of the following equation is the acceleration equation re-arranged so that 'change in velocity' is the subject.

change in velocity = acceleration / time taken

change in velocity = acceleration x time taken

change in velocity = time taken x acceleration

change in velocity = time taken / acceleration