# Year 10 Physics

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To calculate acceleration
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Inertia is a:
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If the force of an object is 100N and the mass of the object is 50 kg. What is the acceleration of the object?
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If a snail travels at a speed of 3 km/hr for 3 hours. How far does it travel?
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Acceleration is best described as the rate of change in:
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A loaded semi-trailer travels from Melbourne to Bendigo, a distance of 150 km, in 3 hours. It unloads and returns to Melbourne in 2 hours. Without including the time taken to unload, the average speed for the whole journey is:
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Which law is expressed as follows?

‘The size of an object’s acceleration depends directly on the size of the net unbalanced force acting on it and is inversely proportional to its mass.’
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A ticker timer is used in the laboratory to investigate motion. The time interval between five dots on the ticker tape is:
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Why does an object fall?
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An list of examples of forces are
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A car is driven along a highway at an average speed of 90 km/h for 2 hours without a rest stop. What distance has it covered?
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If the mass of a car is 200 kg and it is accelerating at 3m/s^2. The force is:
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Velocity is a measure of the rate:
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The time for a turtle to cross a 6 m track if it travels 3 m/hr is?
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A class is studying Newton’s three laws.
The teacher asks a student wearing rollerblades to face the wall and push against it. The student moves backwards away from the wall. Which is the best explanation for her movement?
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The average acceleration of a drag-racing car that reaches a speed of 506 km/h in 4.6 seconds is:
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A car travelling at 60 km/h increases its speed to 100 km/h in 8 seconds. Its average acceleration is:
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In the formula F=ma. The units of the mass must be in
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The average speed of an aeroplane that travels from Perth to Melbourne, a distance of 2730 km by air, in 3 hours is?
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The difference between velocity and speed is
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A student walks a distance of 1.2 km to school in a time of 15 minutes. Which of the following statements are certain to be correct?
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A car manufacturer wants to produce cars that accelerate faster. Which changes in their cars would result in greater acceleration?
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To calculate average velocity
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To calculate the average speed: