Chapter 5 review


    Standardized test practice
    1. What is the acceleration due to gravity on Jupiter if someone who weighs 600 N on Earth weighs 1400 N on Jupiter?

      1. 26 m/s2
      2. 19 m/s2
      3. 21 m/s2
      4. 23 m/s2
    2. What is the mass of something that weighs 300 N on Earth?

      1. 31 kg
      2. 15 kg
      3. 2940 kg
      4. 600 kg
    3. How much force does it take to accelerate a 34 kg box at a rate of 4 m/s2?

      1. 136 N
      2. 68 N
      3. 8.5 N
      4. 340 N
    4. Which shows the correct free body diagram?
    5. A woman pushes a box on a table. There is friction, but the box still accelerates. Which diagram above shows the correct free-body diagram for this situation?

      1. A
      2. B
      3. C
      4. D
    6. What force must be applied?
    7. What force must be applied to the spring in the diagram above to create the displacement shown?

      1. 6 N
      2. 60 N
      3. 600 N
      4. 37,500 N
    1. If you can pull on a spring with 360 N of force and the spring has a spring constant of 400 N/m, how far will it stretch?

      1. 0.9 m
      2. 0.8 m
      3. 0.7 m
      4. 0.6 m
    2. If you pull a 8 kg box across the floor with a net force of 50 N, how fast will it accelerate?

      1. 5.5 m/s2
      2. 9.8 m/s2
      3. 3.2 m/s2
      4. 6.25 m/s2
    3. A 5 kg box is lying at rest on a frictionless surface. If you push it with a constant net force of 10 N, how far will it travel over the first 4 s?

      1. 16 m
      2. 8 m
      3. 4 m
      4. 2 m
    4. If someone weighs 711 N on Earth, what is that person’s mass?

      1. 71.1 kg
      2. 70.0 kg
      3. 72.6 kg
      4. 73.5 kg
    5. How much would a 100 kg man weigh on the surface of the Sun, where the acceleration due to gravity is 274 m/s2?

      1. 10,000 N
      2. 36,985 N
      3. 27,400 N
      4. 98 N
    6. A 2 kg box is moving at 5 m/s on a frictionless plane. When will it stop?

      1. after 1 second
      2. after 10 second
      3. after 20 seconds
      4. never
    7. Jim passes a 1.5 kg basketball to his teammate with a force of 60 N. Find the acceleration of the basketball.

      1. 40 m/s2
      2. 40 m/s
      3. 90 m/s2
      4. 0.025 m/s2

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