Vocab
Vocab Terms 2
Kinetic or Potential?
True or False
Energy Extras
100
This is the term used to describe why an object in motion will stay in motion and an object at rest will stay at rest.
What is Inertia
100
The ability to do work.
What is energy.
100
Water stopped behind a dam.
What is potential.
100
Ice has very little friction.
What is True.
100
Here is Mary's Race Results for her 5 races- #1- 6 mins #2- 5.4 mins #3- 5.2 mins #4- 5 mins #5- 4.8 mins Which race did she run the fastest?
What is Race #5
200
Energy in motion is called this.
What is Kinetic Energy
200
When you rub your hands together your hands become warm because you are creating this.
What is friction.
200
A ball rolling down the stairs
What is Kinetic
200
A passenger leaning forward in a car when it is stopped suddenly is an example of inertia.
What is True.
200
A truck driving down the street is an example of this.
What is Kinetic Energy.
300
A push or pull that changes the motion of an object.
What is a force.
300
This term is used to describe how fast an object moves over a certain distance. Example: The bike is moving at a rate of 10 yards per minute.
What is speed
300
Pedaling a bike.
What is kinetic.
300
A baseball stopping when it is caught in a glove is an example of inertia
What is False.
300
Which scientist was credited for naming the law of interita?
Who is Sir Isaac Newton
400
a force that slows down or stops a moving object.
What is friction.
400
Gravity is a type of this.
What is force.
400
A girl sitting on top of a slide.
What is potential.
400
Grass has little friction.
What is false.
400
A crash test dummy is a good example of this.
What is inertia.
500
This is stored energy.
What is Potential Energy.
500
When you move an object over a distance you are doing this.
What is work
500
A ball sitting on a stair.
What is potential
500
Energy causes a ball to keep rolling after you let it go.
What is false. Inertia would cause that.
500
Energy is measured using this.
What is Newtons.
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