2D Motion Unit Assessment

Find quizzes with links back to the content on our 2D Motion Unit Assessment. Questions include two dimensional projectile and non projectile motion

2D Non-Projectile Motion Quiz

2D Non Projectile Motion Quiz

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What is true about vector A and B as you see them above?

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What is the maximum magnitude of vector A and B in any arrangement?

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What is the minimum magnitude of vector A and B in any arrangement?

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What is the minimum magnitude of vector A and B in any arrangement?

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What is the maximum magnitude of vector A and B in any arrangement?

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How would you describe the direction above?

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How would you describe the direction above?

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What is the east component of the vector above?

What is the east component of the vector above?

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What is the west component of 30 meters per second at 20 degrees to the west of north?

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What is the magnitude of the resultant of 50 meters north and 72 meters west?

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What is the direction of the resultant of 50 meters north and 72 meters west?

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A vector includes

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50 meters is a

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A scalar includes

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North is a

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20 degrees north is a

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An object starts at the origin and travels 3 m east. What must the object do next to for the displacement for be 5 m in a northeastern direction?

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2D Projectile Motion Quiz

Projectile Motion Basics Quiz

Do you know your projectile motion facts?

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A ball is thrown horizontally at 20 meters per second and takes 1.3 second to hit the ground.  What happens to the time the object takes to fall if thrown much faster at 45 m/s?

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What angle would you throw a ball to get the furthest X axis distance?

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What angle would you throw a ball to get the greatest Y axis distance?

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If a ball is thrown with a Y component of velocity of 30 m/s what is its Y component of velocity at the top of its flight path?

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If a ball is thrown with a Y component of velocity of 30 m/s what is its acceleration at the top of its flight path?

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If a ball is thrown with a Y component of velocity of 30 m/s what is the magnitude of Y component of velocity when it returns to the same height?

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If a ball is thrown with a 7 m/s X component of velocity, what is the magnitude of X component velocity if still in the air after 1.3 seconds?

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What is the actual speed of a ball is thrown with an X component velocity of 7 m/s forward and a Y component of velocity of 30 m/s up?

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What is the actual speed of a ball is thrown with an X component velocity of 7 m/s forward and a Y component of velocity of 30 m/s up when at the top of it's flight path?

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In the pilots perspective, how does a package dropped from a plane look like it falls? (Neglecting air resistance)

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2D Horizontal Projectile Motion Problems Quiz

Horizontal Projectile Motion Problem Quiz

Do you know how to solve a horizontal projectile motion problem?

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A ball is kicked horizontally from a 45 meter tall cliff at 20 m/s.  How far from the base of the cliff does it land?

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A drone looses battery power from a height of 72 meter while flying horizontally at 12 m/s.  How far from the ground below will it land forward? (neglecting air resistance)

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A bullet shot horizontally at 1400 m/s lands 300 meters downrange.  From what height was is shot from?

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A bullet shot horizontally at 1400 m/s lands 300 meters downrange.  From what height was is shot from?