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Grade/Section: _____________________________________Third Monthly Examination

Teachers Name: ____________________________________Date: _________________

Test I. Multiple Choice. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided for.

A. Force is acted greater or equal amount on a system, with or without the distance, there is a

presence of Work

B. Work and Distance are related because force is acted over long distance

C. Work is done only when a force succeeds in moving over a distance.

D. All of the above

B. Work is a time-based quantity; it is dependent upon how fast a force displaces an object

C. Work can be defined as the product of force and displacement

D. All of the above

_________3. In which of the following occurrence best describes potential energy being transformed into kinetic?

B. A pushing a crate without movement.

C. A swimmer jumping up and down on a diving board

D. None of the above

_________4. A ball is projected into the air with 100 J of kinetic energy which is transformed to gravitational

potential energy at the top of its trajectory. When it returns to its original level after encountering air

resistance, its kinetic energy is_____.

B. Less than 100 J

C. 100 J

D. None of the above

________5. Renato and Rommel is pushing the same amount of crate. Both of them exerts the same amount

of force but finished at a different time. Hector wants to determine their accomplishment by determining

______

A. Energy

B. Power

C. Potential Energy

D. Kinetic Energy

_________6. A car has a mass of 1000 kg and a speed of 60 km/h, and car B has a mass of 2000 kg and a

speed of 30 km/h. The kinetic energy of car A is______

B. Equal that of the car B

C. Twice that of the car B

D. Four Times that of the car

_________7. Vetallianoss car has a mass of 1000kg and a speed of 60km/h and Rizas car has a mass of 2000

kg and a speed of 30 km/h. The kinetic energy of Vetallianos car is?

B. Equal that of car B

C. Twice that of car B

D. None of the above

_________8. Which is true about the conservative force?

A. Conservative is one that can be represented by a potential energy. The work done depends

only on initial and final positions of the object.

B. Conservative is one that cant be represented by a potential energy. The work done

depends only on initial and final positions of the object.

C. Conservative is one that can be represented by a kinetic energy. The work done depends

only on initial and final positions of the object.

D. None of the above

A. Conservative is one that can be represented by a potential energy. The work done depends

only on initial and final positions of the object.

B. Conservative is one that cant be represented by a potential energy. The work done

depends only on initial and final positions of the object.

C. Conservative is one that can be represented by a kinetic energy. The work done depends

only on initial and final positions of the object.

D. None of the above

A. It cant be created nor destroyed; it can only be transformed from one form to another

B. It can be created and destroyed; it can also be transformed from one form to another

C. It cant be created nor destroyed; it cant be transformed from one form to another

D. None of the above

A. Khalifa is carrying a crate, when she got tired she decided to push the crate on a frictionless

horizontal floor applying a work of 3.12x105 J in order to push it 0.3km away

11.15) Determine the force done on the crate

16.20) If the crate is pushed on a frictionless inclined plane with an angle of 40 o at a constant

speed how much work did it take.

B. Gen. Bokal Dela Rosa whose mass is 60.0 kg is chasing Dalisay whose mass is 45.0 kg, each step is

25.0 cm high. Both of them reach within 2 min.

21.25) Find the power in watts expended by the Dela Rosa

26.30) Find the power in watts expended by Dalisay

C. A 69kg bungee jumper is standing on the top of bridge the rope has a spring constant of 1699 N/m

that is compressed 0.30 m

31.38) When the bungee jumper jumped, how far would he go?

D. A 100kg crate falling from rest on a 20m pulley. Ignoring all resistance

39-42) Determine the gravitational potential energy

43-46) Applying the same mass, which has greater kinetic energy a 4 m/s final speed or 5m/s

47-50) If the change in kinetic energy is 13.5 J. What is the final speed assuming it starts from

rest?

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