In this quiz, we will be looking at forces and their effects and speeding up. This quiz will help you understand how forces cause motion, and this motion is usually through a particular distance. Forces are one of the very few important topics in Physics, and a very fertile one for the exam and test settings. So this quiz is a very good quiz if you want to have a very good mark or pass during your tests and exams.

Forces cause motion, stop motion, and change the direction of motion of a moving object. When a force is applied, an effect is speeding up the object, then Newton’s law is in play. Here, the Force is the product of mass and acceleration(which is the speed in a particular direction per unit time). Mathematically, **F=ma**

Note that, speeding up simply means acceleration.

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1:

A racing car is travelling at an average speed of 40 m/s through a curvey section of the race track. How long will it take the driver to cover 1 km?

2:

You are given the following masses and volumes for various blocks of materials. The mass of 1 cm3 of water is 1 g. From them choose which one will float on water?

12:

The graph shows part of an urban car journey in terms of the distance the car has travelled in a certain time. How far has the car travelled between 0 and 25 seconds?

13:

The graph shows how the speed of a parachutist varies from point (1) immediately jumping out of an aeroplane, to landing safely with the parachute opened at point (8). Between which points is the air resistance force (friction) equal to the force of gravity on the parachutist?

14:

The graph shows part of an urban car journey in terms of the distance the car has travelled in a certain time. The car engine produces the forward motion thrust force F1. Acting against this are the combined forces of (i) moving parts friction (including braking) and (ii) the drag from air resistance, giving a total force F2. In which time span is force F2 more than F1?