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Mini-Quiz: Gravity Velocity Equations for Falling Objects

by Ron Kurtus (revised 5 January 2011)

Take this Mini-Quiz to check your understanding of the lesson material.



1. What velocity in m/s does an object reach in 10 seconds?

0.98 meters/second

9.8 meters per second

98 meters per second

2. What is the velocity of an object after it has fallen 400 feet?

160 ft/s

80 ft/s

400 ft/s

3. If an object falls for 3 s, which velocity is greater: 29.4 m/s or 96 ft/s?

96 ft/s is greater, because 96 is more than 29.4

29.4 is greater, because meters are larger than feet

They are the same velocity, except with different units of measurement

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