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1. If the velocity of an object is u1 at t1 time, and u2 at t2 time, then acceleration equal to what?

 34675 u3−u1 / t4−t1 34676 u1−u2 / t2−t1 34677 u2−u1 / t2−t1 34678 u4−u1 / t1−t2

2. Acceleration is a __________ amount, It has magnitude and direction.

 34679 Scalar 34680 Vector 34681 Constant 34682 None of these

3. An object's acceleration is the net result of all forces acting on the object, as described by ________ Law.

 34683 Newton's Zeroth Law 34684 Newton's First Law 34685 Newton's Second Law 34686 Newton's Third Law

4. Which is the standard unit of measurement for Acceleration?

 34687 m/s2 34688 m·s−2 34689 m s−2 34690 All of above

5. Which is the calculated formula of Acceleration?

 34691 Acceleration,a=M/F 34692 Acceleration, a=F/m 34693 Acceleration, a=F/m2 34694 Acceleration, a=F/m-2

6. Which are the ways of Acceleration?

 34695 Change in velocity 34696 Change in direction 34697 Change in both velocity and direction 34698 All of above

7. An object with constant acceleration will have an increasing ___________.

 34699 Velocity 34700 Weight 34701 Mass 34702 Direction

8. What is another term used for negative acceleration?

 34703 Speed 34704 Direction 34705 Force 34706 Deceleration

9. If the velocity of an object converts from 100 m / s to 700 m / s over a period of 1 minute, what would the average acceleration be?

 34707 1 meters per second squared 34708 6 meters per second squared 34709 10 meters per second squared 34710 No anyone of above

10. When an object is changing velocity by a constant amount over time, this is called.....

 34711 Constant velocity 34712 Constant direction 34713 Constant magnitude 34714 Constant acceleration

11. What is the formula for finding average acceleration?

 34715 Change in velocity ÷ time 34716 Change in motion ÷ time 34717 Change in time ÷ velocity 34718 No anyone of above

12. Which scientist invented the definition of acceleration?

 34719 Isaac Newton 34720 Galileo 34721 Albert Einstein 34722 Pascal

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