# Motion: Concepts Of Projectile Motion Quiz

This is an MCQ-based quiz on the topic of Motion: Concepts of Projectile motion.

This includes the following:-

• Distance covered

• Total Time Taken

• Displacement

• Range

• Total Time Travel

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Compared to the range of a bullet shot horizontally just above horizontal ground, a bullet shot from the same position at an angle of 30 degrees with the same initial velocity as the first bullet, would travel a horizontal distance that is ―

Not as far

Farther

Same

None of the above

A student throws a baseball upwards at an angle of 60 degrees to the horizontal. The initial horizontal and vertical components are 12.5 m/s and 21.7 m/s, respectively. Refer to the information and diagram above. The student would like to increase the flight time of the baseball without changing the angle the ball is released. What can the student do to increase the flight time of the ball?

Increase the mas

Decrease the Velocity

Decrease the mass

Increase the velocity

A baseball was thrown with an initial velocity of 14 m/s at an angle above the horizontal. It remained in the air for 2 s. Which of the following quantities was constant while the baseball was in the air?

Velocity

Position

Acceleration

Displacement

Astronauts often undergo special training in which they are subjected to extremely high centripetal accelerations. One device has a radius of 15 m and can accelerate a person at 98 m/s . What is the speed of the astronaut in this device?

1470

6.53

735

38.3

A student throws a baseball upwards at an angle of 60 degrees to the horizontal. The initial horizontal and vertical components are 12.5 m/s and 21.7 m/s, respectively. According to the information and diagram above, the student can maximize the horizontal displacement of the baseball by —

Decreasing the angle to 30 degrees

Decreasing the angle to 45 degrees

Decreasing the angle to 60 degrees

Decreasing the angle to 90 degrees

A student throws a baseball upwards at an angle of 60 degrees to the horizontal. The initial horizontal and vertical components are 12.5 m/s and 21.7 m/s, respectively. Refer to the information and diagram shown above. At position C, the ball will have a horizontal velocity of ―

21.7

25

85

12.5

What position will have the smallest magnitude of vertical velocity?

A

B

C

All positions have the same

What is the acceleration of an object in projectile motion on Earth?

-9.8 m/s/s (downwards)

-9.8 m/s/s (upwards)

0

If a car is traveling at 8 ms−1 accelerates uniformly at 2 ms−2, its velocity after 5 seconds will be

20

23

25

28

A train starts from rest. It acquires a speed of 25 ms−1 after 20 s. The total distance is

500

31.25

300

250

Quiz/Test Summary
Title: Motion: Concepts Of Projectile Motion Quiz
Questions: 10
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