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Objective: To use an understanding of the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces upon the motion of an object in order to predict how an object will move under a certain set of force conditions. 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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Force and Motion
Horizontal Motion Only 6 Questions
Pick from among the three activities - Horizontal Motion Only, Vertical Motion Only, and Both Horizontal and Vertical Motions.
Vertical Motion Completed
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Vertical Motion Only 4 Questions
Let Me Conquer!
Both Motions Completed
I’ll Slide Through This!
I’ll Pounce On This!
Both Horizontal and Vertical Motions 10 Questions
Horiz. Motion Completed
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An object is experiencing the forces shown at the right. Each arrow represents a force in the specified direction. The length of the arrow represents the strength of the force. Which dot diagram represents a possible state of motion of such an object? Select all that apply.
Tap on a dot diagram to select. Tap a second time to deselect.  Select all that apply. Arrows on dot diagrams represent the direction that object is moving.
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