One Dimensional Motion Review Quizzes

Try out our StickMan 1D Motion Unit assessment quizzes to determine if you have mastered this unit. If not, follow the links to the unit material to review.

Scalar Vector Quiz

Do you know your difference between your scalars and vectors?

Scalars and Vectors
Take this quiz to find out.

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What it the direction of 15 meters north?

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What it the unit of 15 meters north?

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What it the magnitude of 15 meters north?

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What is your displacement after going 10 meters east followed by 20 meters west in 10 seconds?

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What is your average velocity after going 10 meters east followed by 20 meters west in 10 seconds?

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What is your average speed after going 10 meters east followed by 20 meters west in 10 seconds?

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15 m/s is a _________.

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15 m east is a _____________.

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What is your displacement after going 10 meters east followed by 3 meter west?

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What is your distance after going 10 meters east followed by 3 meter west?

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Accelerated Motion Quiz

Do you know your variables and how to pick either the constant motion equation or one of the acceleration ones?

picking the right acceleration equation

Find out by taking this quiz

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A change in velocity over time is ______________.

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A change in displacement over time is ______________.

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Which variable is bold in the following question:

How fast was Sam traveling if he is traveling at 16 m/s after accelerating at 2 m/s2 for 25 meters?

A) vi

B) vf

C) a

D) t

E) x

F) v

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Which variable is bold in the following question:

How fast was Sam traveling if he is traveling at 16 m/s after accelerating at 2 m/s2 for 25 meters?

A) vi

B) vf

C) a

D) t

E) x

F) v

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Which variable is bold in the following question:

How fast was Sam traveling if he is traveling at 16 m/s after accelerating at 2 m/s2 for 25 meters?

A) vi

B) vf

C) a

D) t

E) x

F) v

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Pick the right equation:

How far did Tony travel when he constantly accelerated from 5 to 15 m/s in 5 seconds?

Accleleration and constant velocity equations

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Solve the problem using the right equation:

How fast was Sam traveling if he is traveling at 16 m/s after accelerating at 2 m/s2 for 25 meters?

Accleleration and constant velocity equations

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Pick the right equation and solve the problem:

What is the acceleration of a person that accelerates from 10 m/s to 30 m/s in 5 seconds?

Accleleration and constant velocity equations

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Pick the right equation and solve the problem:

How far did Tony travel when he constantly accelerated from 5 to 15 m/s in 5 seconds?

Accleleration and constant velocity equations

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Pick the right equation and solve the problem:

A duck flew 500 meters in 40 seconds.  How fast was the duck flying?

Accleleration and constant velocity equations

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Acceleration Due to Gravity Quiz

Do you know what an acceleration due to gravity of 9.8 m/s2 really means?

9.8 M/S/S Acceleration Due To Gravity
Acceleration due to gravity is always 9.8 m/s/s down

Find out by taking our acceleration due to gravity quiz

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What is the final velocity of a ball throw down at 10 m/s after two seconds?

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What is the displacement of a ball thrown up at 25 m/s after 4 seconds in the air? (Note the ball can be below the ground)

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When a ball is thrown in the air straight up, what is the velocity at the top of its flight?

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When a ball is thrown in the air straight up, what is the acceleration at the top of its flight?

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When a ball is thrown in the air straight up, what is the acceleration if still in the air after 2 seconds of its flight?

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One ball is thrown up and another is dropped.  Which ball will have a greater acceleration after 2 seconds?

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One ball is thrown up and another is dropped.  Which ball will have a greater downward velocity after 2 seconds?

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One ball is thrown down at 5 m/s and another is thrown down at 10 m/s at the same time.  How will the distance between them change as they fall.

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A 0.5 kg rock and a 150 kg boulder were dropped from a cliff 65 meters high.  Which one would hit the ground first ignoring air resistance?

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Motion Graphs Quiz

Do you know how to tell the difference between what is happening on a position time or velocity time graph.

Try our quiz and find out

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What does the slope of a position time graph determine?

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What does the slope of a velocity time graph determine?

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What is the displacement between 5 and 15 seconds

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What type of motion is seen in this graph?

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What type of motion is seen in this graph?

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What type of motion is seen in this graph?

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What type of motion is seen in this graph?

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What type of motion is seen in this graph?

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What type of motion is seen in this graph?

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What is the velocity of the object in this graph between 15 and 30 seconds

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What is the acceleration of this object over the 30 second time period?

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