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Objective: To analyze a variety of representations of an object’s motion and to draw conclusions about the state of motion and the relative strength of the forces acting on the object. If you miss a question, then you will eventually be given a very similar question. You can use the Help button at any time.
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Balanced Forces vs. Unbalanced Forces
Apprentice Level 4 Questions Topic: Free Body Diagrams
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Master Level 8 Questions Topics: FBDs, Dot Diagrams, Position-Time Graphs
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Wizard Level 12 Questions Topics: FBDs, Dot diagrams, Position-Time Graphs and Tables, Vel-Time Graphs and Tables
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Balanced versus Unbalanced Forces
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Is this a speeding up, slowing down, or constant speed motion?EndFragment
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Is the object experiencing balanced or unbalanced forces?
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