Energy & Force and Motion P-SELL Review By: [email protected]

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The chair is standing on the floor. Phil applies a force to the chair, and it moves on the floor toward him. What kind of force did Phil apply? \n\nA. lift\n\nB. gravity \n\nC. pull \n\nD. push ","cat4qmediaimage2":"","cat4a2":"C. pull ","cat4amediaimage2":"","cat4v2":"200","cat4q3":"The amount of friction exerted when an object moves across a surface depends on how the object and the surface rub together. For which of these surfaces will friction be greatest when a block of wood slides across it? \n\nA. wet ice\n\nB. glass mirror \n\nC. thick carpet \n\nD. waxed wood ","cat4qmediaimage3":"","cat4a3":"C. thick carpet ","cat4amediaimage3":"","cat4v3":"300","cat4q4":"May Lou is pushing her younger brother, Steve, in his toy car. Steve gets out of the car. Steve's friend, who has more mass than he does gets in the car. If May Lou wants to make the car go the same distance that it did when she pushed Steve, what should she do? \n\nA. Push the car with less force. \n\nB. 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The forward force applied to the baseball is greater. ","cat5qmediaimage1":"","cat5a1":"D. The forward force applied to the baseball is greater. ","cat5amediaimage1":"","cat5v1":"100","cat5q2":"Rosa tried to pound a large nail into a board using a small hammer. Partway into the board, the nail stopped. Rosa switched to using a heavier hammer, and the nail went into the board easily. Why did the larger hammer work? \n\nA. The nail could not push the larger hammer out of the way. \n\nB. There is more friction between a large hammer and the nail. \n\nC. The flat part of the large hammer was wider, so it hit the nail better. \n\nD. The larger hammer had more mass, so it exerted more force. ","cat5qmediaimage2":"","cat5a2":"D. The larger hammer had more mass, so it exerted more force. ","cat5amediaimage2":"","cat5v2":"200","cat5q3":"Which of the following objects will have the greatest change in motion? \n\nA. A small force is applied to an object with a large mass. \n\nB. A small force is applied to an object with a small mass. \n\nC. A large force is applied to an object with a large mass. \n\nD. A large force is applied to an object with a small mass. ","cat5qmediaimage3":"","cat5a3":"D. A large force is applied to an object with a small mass. ","cat5amediaimage3":"","cat5v3":"300","cat5q4":"Enzo is pushing his little brother in a swing. Enzo's brother says that he wants to go higher. What should Enzo do to make his brother swing higher? \n\nA. push the swing with less force \n\nB. push the swing with more force \n\nC. push the swing with a downward force \n\nD. push the swing in the opposite direction ","cat5qmediaimage4":"","cat5a4":"B. push the swing with more force ","cat5amediaimage4":"","cat5v4":"400","cat5q5":"A sailing boat moves because the wind pushes against the sails. The faster the wind speed, the more force that is applied to the sails. Which wind speed would cause a sailboat to move fastest? \n\nA. 8 km/hr \n\nB. 16 km/hr \n\nC. 24 km/hr \n\nD. 32 km/hr ","cat5qmediaimage5":"","cat5a5":"D. 32 km/hr ","cat5amediaimage5":"","cat5v5":"500","cattitle-6":"","cat6q1":"","cat6qmediaimage1":"","cat6a1":"","cat6amediaimage1":"","cat6v1":"100","cat6q2":"","cat6qmediaimage2":"","cat6a2":"","cat6amediaimage2":"","cat6v2":"200","cat6q3":"","cat6qmediaimage3":"","cat6a3":"","cat6amediaimage3":"","cat6v3":"300","cat6q4":"","cat6qmediaimage4":"","cat6a4":"","cat6amediaimage4":"","cat6v4":"400","cat6q5":"","cat6qmediaimage5":"","cat6a5":"","cat6amediaimage5":"","cat6v5":"500"}
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P-SELL
SSA
Science FCAT
Science
Energy
Force and Motion
Science Review
5th grade

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