Kinematics is a branch of classical mechanics that describes the motion of points, bodies (objects), and systems of bodies (groups of objects) without considering the mass of each of the forces that caused the motion. It sounds confusing, right? Well, relax and take the quiz to test your knowledge of kinematics.
10 m/s/s
30 m/s/s
35 m/s/s
40 m/s/s
0 m/s/s
12 m/s/s/
4 m/s/s
None of the above
Slowing down
Going back towards
Speeding up while going forward
All of these
135 seconds
90 seconds
15 seconds
None of the above
90m, 70, south
90m east, 0
70m, 20m north
90m, 50m east
Distance and displacement
Displacement, velocity and acceleration
Speed and velocity
Speed, velocity and acceleration
80 m
112 m
64 m
144 m
Sooner than the brick
At the same time as the brick
Later then the brick
It depends on air resistance
Maximum velocity
Acceleration
Distance traveled
Where you are
Acceleration
Distance traveled
Velocity
Time
A person accelerates from rest to 60 m/s in 10 seconds and then travels at a constant velocity for 5 seconds.
A person climbs up a hill to 60 metres then sits on top of the hill for 5 seconds.
A person walks with a constant velocity for 60 metres in a positive direction in 10 seconds then remains still for 5 seonds.
The person turns around and takes 25 seconds to walk 40 m past their original postion before turning around again and taking 15 seconds to return back to where they first started
The person starts to slow down until they reach -40 m/s then start to speed up again.
The person climbs down the other side of the hill, it takes them 25 seconds and then they start to climb the next hill
Graph A
Graph B
Graph C
Graph d
Graph A
Graph B
Graph C
Graph D
Velocity increases
Acceleration increases
Both A & B
None of the above
A larger distance than the second before it
With the same average speed
With the same instantaneous speed
The same distance as the second before
10 m/s
50 m/s
100 m/s
500 m/s
0.22 m/s
22.22 m/s
222.22 m/s
0.0022 m/s