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What is the SI unit for force?

A

Newton

B

Meter

C

Joule

D

Kilogram

Which of the following is an example of a scalar quantity?

A

Acceleration

B

Velocity

C

Force

D

Temperature

What is the formula to calculate density?

A

Density = Volume / Mass

B

Density = Mass x Volume

C

Density = Mass + Volume

D

Density = Mass / Volume

Which of the following is an example of a renewable energy source?

A

Nuclear power

B

Natural gas

C

Coal

D

Solar power

What is the relationship between current, voltage, and resistance in a circuit?

A

Current = Voltage x Resistance

B

Current = Voltage + Resistance

C

Current = Voltage / Resistance

D

Current = Voltage - Resistance

What is the most commonly used non-renewable energy source?

A

Wind

B

Oil

C

Solar

D

Hydro

Which non-renewable energy source produces the most carbon emissions?

A

Coal

B

Nuclear

C

Natural gas

D

Geothermal

Which non-renewable energy source is extracted through drilling deep into the Earth's crust?

A

Tidal

B

Biomass

C

Natural gas

D

Biofuel

Which non-renewable energy source is used to generate electricity in nuclear power plants?

A

Uranium

B

Oil

C

Coal

D

Geothermal

Which non-renewable energy source is commonly used for transportation?

A

Biomass

B

Hydropower

C

Solar

D

Petroleum

What is the energy store associated with the movement of objects?

A

Kinetic energy

B

Chemical potential energy

C

Elastic potential energy

D

Gravitational potential energy

Which energy store is associated with an object that is at height above the ground?

A

Kinetic energy

B

Elastic potential energy

C

Nuclear energy

D

Gravitational potential energy

What is the energy store associated with the compression or stretching of an object?

A

Thermal energy

B

Chemical potential energy

C

Elastic potential energy

D

Magnetic energy

Which energy store is associated with the energy released during a chemical reaction?

A

Electrical energy

B

Nuclear energy

C

Chemical potential energy

D

Gravitational potential energy

What is the energy store associated with the nucleus of an atom?

A

Sound energy

B

Nuclear energy

C

Kinetic energy

D

Thermal energy

What is the equation to calculate velocity?

A

v = W/t

B

v = d/t

C

v = m × a

D

v = f × λ

What is the equation to calculate force?

A

F = P × V

B

F = q × V

C

F = W/d

D

F = m × a

What is the equation to calculate work done?

A

W = F × d

B

W = m × g × h

C

W = P × t

D

W = q × V

What is the equation to calculate pressure?

A

P = F/A

B

P = q × V

C

P = V × I

D

P = m × g × h

What is the equation to calculate power?

A

P = q × V

B

P = F × d

C

P = W/t

D

P = m × a

What does the slope of a distance-time graph represent?

A

Speed or velocity

B

Distance

C

Time

D

Acceleration

What does a horizontal line in a distance-time graph indicate?

A

The object is accelerating

B

The object is moving backwards

C

The object is moving at a constant speed

D

The object is at rest

What does a steeper slope in a distance-time graph indicate?

A

Acceleration

B

Faster speed

C

Slower speed

D

No movement

What does a curved line in a distance-time graph indicate?

A

Changing speed or acceleration

B

No movement

C

Constant speed

D

Instantaneous speed

How can you calculate the speed from a distance-time graph?

A

Add the distance and time

B

Divide the change in distance by the change in time

C

Multiply the distance by the time

D

Subtract the distance from the time