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Date:_________________________ Circle the correct answers: 1. The word used to describe how far apart two points or places are is _____________________. a. b. c. d. direction velocity distance time 4. Speed is distance divided by ___________________. a. b. c. d. speed velocity time direction 6. The force that pulls objects together is called __________________________. a. b. c. d. forceful pull gravity gravel speed 8. What information is needed to calculate speed? a. b. c. d. the distance traveled time and the amount of force exerted the mass of the object the distance traveled and time 10. Which of these describes a change in the direction of an object? a. a boy riding a bike west turns south b. a baseball rests on the ground c. a car moves slower and slower d. a basketball stops rolling 11. A person travels a distance of 400 miles in two hours. What is the personâ€™s speed? Remember that speed equals distance divided by time. a. b. c. d. 100 miles per hour 50 miles per hour 200 miles per hour 600 miles per hour 12. A boy hits a baseball with a bat. Which two forces act upon the baseball to slow it down and cause it to fall to the ground? a. b. c. d. gravity and friction gravity and velocity friction and velocity friction 13. A ball rolls along a surface. Which surface would probably cause the LEAST amount of friction? a. b. c. d. sand ice grass carpet 14. Two forces act on either side of a box. One force pushes the box to the right. A bigger force pushes the box to the left. What happens to the box? a. b. c. d. It moves up. It moves down. It moves to the left. It moves to the right. 15. What is needed in order to change the motion of any object? a. b. c. d. force friction magnetism position 16. In an experiment, a metal ball, a basketball, and a bowling ball are rolled down a ramp. What force causes the downward movement of the balls? a. b. c. d. friction gravity electricity magnetism 17. Can an object in motion ever change direction? a. b. c. d. Yes, if another force works upon the object. No, the object will keep moving on the same path. Yes, the motion will change without force. No, objects can only move if they are pulled on. 18. Erik is moving into a new house. He needs to move all of his furniture the same distance from the truck to the living room. Which of the following pieces will require the least force to move? A. B. C. D. couch chair end table lamp If you kicked a ball on the moon, how would it compare to kicking a ball on Earth? Why?