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Science Quiz Questions
Here is the list of questions that you and your classmates came up with. I am impressed with the quality of the questions in this list. It shows that you really took an honest look at the major topics covered in this forces chapter. You really showed ownership of your learning. Please remember to study the concepts and ideas of the questions and try not to memorize the answers! If you understand the concepts, the answers will be easy-shmeezy :)
Question: Explain what happens when one force is greater than another force.
Question: Give two examples of what surface texture can do to an object.
Question: There is a sled sitting at the top of a hill. What forces are acting on this sled to keep it from moving? How could the forces change? What would happen if they did?
Question: Use drawings, words, and label a diagram to show how surface texture and slope can affect the amount of force needed to ride a bike. Give two different examples.
Question: What is friction? Name three things that can happen when two surfaces rub together.
Question: If a roller skater is going up a hill and the other roller skater is on a flat road, which skater will have an easier time moving? Why?
Question: Draw an object that needs force to move. Include slope, load, surface texture, and the force.
Question: What tool can you use to measure force? How do you use it?
Question: What makes a person slide on ice?
Question: What affects the amount of force needed to move an object? Use scientific words from the chapter to explain.
Question: Which surface would be easier to run on, a gym floor or an icy sidewalk? Why?
Question: Would it take more force to move a 4L jug of milk or a loaf of bread? Why?
Question: What does equilibrium mean?
Question: What will an object do if forces are equally balanced on it?
Question: Will you move faster if you drag the load from your backpack on ice or on grass? Why?
Question: How does load affect a 1000 pound boat pulling a 1,500 pound boat? Explain.
Question: If you were to roll a medicine ball and a dodgeball down a hill at the same time, what would happen?
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