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1. Pag-ikot ng mundo. Earth is moving about 105 km per hour relative to the sun. How much did the earth move relative to the

sun in 1 [week]?

B. 1.68 x 106 [km] D. 1.68 x 107 [km]

2. Mula dito hanggang doon. A dog is initially located at position (1.0 [m]; 2.0 [m]) of the map. The dog then runs directly towards (3.0 [m]; 2.0

[m]) before ending in (3.0 [m]; 4.0 [m]). What is the total distance traveled by the dog?

A. 7.0 [m] C. 2.8 [m]

B. 4.0 [m] D. 2.0 [m]`

3. Back to headquarters. Joy is looking for a way back to headquarters. From her initial position, it is 3.0 [km] directly north. She then decides to

walk 1.0 [km] eastward. What is the location of headquarters with respect to her new position?

B. 72° North of West D. 72° East of North

4. The speed of a robot as a function of time is expressed as: v(t) = 0.02 [m/s] + 2Ct2. If t has a unit of seconds, what is the unit of C?

A. [m · s] C. [m / s2]

B. [m / s] D. [m / s3]

5. Motion sensor eye. At t = 0, the velocity of your classmate is +2.00 [m/s] with zero acceleration. You noticed that at t = 5.00 [s], your classmate’s

instantaneous velocity and acceleration are now +10.0 [m/s] and +2.00 [m/s 2], respectively. What is your classmate’s average acceleration from t = 0

to t = 5.00 [s]?

A. +0.40 [m / s] C. +1.60 [m / s]

B. +0.10 [m / s] D. +2.40 [m / s]

6. Sssss. A snake moves along x-direction as described by x(t) = 2.0 [m/s2]t2 + 4.0 [m].What is its instantaneous speed at t = 4.0 [s]?

A. 4.0 [m / s] C. 12 [m / s]

B. 8.0 [m / s] D. 16 [m / s]

7. 2nd Second. At t = 0, the car starts from rest and accelerates at a constant rate in a straight line. At t = 1.00 [s], the car covers a distance of 2.00

[m]. How much distance will the car cover after t = 2.00 [s]?

B. 4.00 [m] D. 8.00 [m]

8. Kinematic. Which of the following equations describe(s) the motion of a ball vertically thrown upward from the ground with a speed of 2.00

[m/s]? Set the initial position to be the origin, and upward direction as positive.

I. v y =2.00

m

s [ ]m

−9.81 2 t

s [ ] III. v y =2.00

m

s [ ] [ ]m

+9.81 2 t

s

II. v y =2.00

m

s [ ] m

t−4.90 2 t 2

s [] IV. v y =2.00

m

s [ ] [ ] m

t+ 4.90 2 t 2

s

A. I and II only C. II and IV only

B. I and III only D. III and IV only

( [ ])

r ( t ) = 3.00

m 3

s3

t î +(1.00 [ m ] −2.50

m

s

t) ĵ[ ] . What is the average velocity of

A. −48.0[

m

s

]î +2.50

m

s

ĵ [ ] C. +48.0

m

s [ ]

î−2.50

m

s

ĵ [ ]

B.

m

−192.0 [ ]î +2.50

s

m

s

ĵ [ ] D. +192.0

m

s[ ]

î−2.50

m

s

ĵ[ ]

10. Bolahan. A boy hits a football so that the ball leaves the ground at point (0,0) with a velocity of 25.0 [m/s], 40.0° above the ground. What is the

horizontal and the vertical position (x, y) of the ball after 2.00 [s]?

A. (38.3[m],12.5[m]) C. (18.7[m],19.6[m])

B. (18.7[m],38.3[m]) D. (38.3[m],32.1[m])

11. From the edge. A small box slides off a horizontal table at a speed of v and strikes the floor after some time.

How high is the table if the box is found at some distance x from the edge of the leg of the table?

2 2

g x g 2x

A. ( ) C. ( )

2 v 2 v

2 2

x g x

B. 2g( ) D. ( )

v 2 2v

12. Ikot-ikot lang. Which of the following statements is TRUE about circular motion?

A. An object moving in a uniform circular motion has radial and tangential components of acceleration.

B. An object moving in uniform circular motion has zero acceleration

C. An object moving in non-uniform circular motion has a tan=0 .

D. An object moving in uniform circular motion has constant speed.

13. Loop the loop. A skater moves in the 10.0 [m] diameter loop. What is the skater’s radial acceleration if the skater moves in a constant speed

of 8.00 [m/s]?

B. 6.40 [m/s2] D. 25.6 [m/s2]

14. Perpendicular. A particle’s motion in x-y plane is described by a velocity and acceleration vector in such a way that the acceleration has some

component parallel and perpendicular to the velocity vector. What does the perpendicular component of acceleration do to the velocity vector

of the particle?

B. Changes the direction D. Both A and B

15. Lonesome Lemon. A lemon is placed on top of a flat table. Which of the following forces comprise an action-reaction pair?

A. The weight of the lemon and the normal force on the lemon.

B. The weight of the lemon and the weight of the table.

C. The weight of the lemon and the force of the lemon on earth.

D. The force of the table on the lemon and the normal force on the lemon.

16. Like a Virgin. Which of the following systems in an inertial reference frame has/have a zero net force?

II. A stone moving in a circular path at the constant speed of 2.00 [m/s].

III. A box moving in a straight path at the increasing speed with a rate of 2.00 [m/s 2].

B. II only D. I and III only

17. Shahara’s minion. Shahara is observing her minion on top of a block that slides with constant speed along a straight line. If Shahara is at rest,

which of the following is ALWAYS TRUE?

B. A constant non-zero force is acting on the minion.

C. A zero net force acts on the minion.

D. The net force acting on Shahara is opposite the direction of minion’s motion.

18. Sliding block. A block is fired up from a rough ramp with an incline angle of 35°. Which free-body diagram properly represents the forces acting

on the block?

19. Fast and the Curious. Dom’s car enters a horizontal, curved roadbed of radius 73.4 [m].The coefficient of static friction between the tires and

the roadbed is 0.20. What is the maximum speed with which the car can safely negotiate the unbanked curve?

B. 12.0 [m/s] D. 60.0 [m/s]

20. Pusher. A block of wood is resting on a horizontal rough floor. If you continuously pushed the block with a constant force equal to the static

frictional force, what will happen to the block?

B. It will move with constant non-zero velocity.

C. It will move with constant non-zero acceleration.

D. It will move but stop eventually.

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