1. Which of the tables below correctly shows vector and scalar quantities?

Scalars 
Vectors 
A. 
speed 
acceleration, displacement 
B. 
speed, displacement 
acceleration 
C. 
acceleration 
speed, displacement 
D. 
displacement 
speed, acceleration 


2. A body accelerates under a force. The equation of motion v=u+at can only be applied to the body if certain conditions are met. Which of these is NOT one of these conditions?
 A. The net force is constant
 B. The acceleration is constant
 C. There is only one force acting on the body
 D. The acceleration is linear


3. When a sky diver is falling at terminal velocity ...
 A. the air resistance is at a minimum value
 B. there is no resultant force on the skydiver
 C. the force of gravity has increased to a maximum value
 D. the resultant force is downwards


46: A school bus accelerates from 10 m/s to 20 m/s. For the first part of the journey the acceleration is constant. The bus then quickly reaches it's top speed.
4. Which of these graphs shows the motion up to this point?


5. Which of these acceleration  time graphs show this motion correctly?


6. This graph shows the bus approaching a traffic light. Which answer correctly states the total distance travelled in the time shown, and the deceleration of the bus? 

 A. Distance = 40m, deceleration = 0.8 ms^{2}.
 B. Distance = 40m, deceleration = 1.25 ms^{2}.
 C. Distance = 30m, deceleration = 1.25 ms^{2}.
 D. Distance = 30m, deceleration = 0.8 ms^{2}.


7. Two of Newton's famous laws of motion are ..
 statement X: "Action and reaction are equal and opposite."
 Statement Y: " An object will continue to travel in a straight line at constant velocity unless acted on by a force."
Which of Newtons Laws are these?
 A. X is the 1^{st} law, Y is the 2^{nd} law.
 B. X is the 2^{nd} law, Y is the 3^{rd} law.
 C. X is the 3^{rd} law, Y is the 1^{st} law.
 D. X is the 1^{st} law, Y is the 3^{rd} law.


8. A remote controlled car is switched on and accelerates from rest. Which of these 4 free body diagrams best shows the relative sizes of the forces acting on the car?


9+10: Two balls A and B are thrown from the top of a building with identical speeds as shown in the diagram.
Air resistance can be considered as negligible. 

9. Which statements are true about the time taken to reach the ground, and the horizontal distance travelled?

Time to reach ground 
Horizontal distance 
A. 
A is first to hit 
B lands furthest from Building 
B. 
B is first to hit 
B lands furthest from Building 
C. 
A is first to hit 
A lands furthest from Building 
D. 
B is first to hit 
A lands furthest from Building 


10. Ball B above has a vertical and horizontal component of velocity. Which of these statements about the velocity is true?
 A. The horizontal and vertical velocities remains constant
 B. The horizontal velocity increases , the vertical velocity remains constant
 C. The vertical velocity increases , the horizontal velocity remains constant
 D. The horizontal and vertical velocities increase



