Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
v = d/t, d = vt, t =
d/v


1.

A sprinter finished his 100 meter race in 10 seconds, find his average speed for
the race.
a.  100 m/s  c.  10 m/s  b.  0.10 m/s  d.  1000 m/s 


2.

Given: distance = 20 meters, time = 2 seconds. Find average speed.
a.  10 m/s  c.  0.1 m/s  b.  2 m/s  d.  40 m/s 


3.

Kilometers per hour (km/hour ) represents
a.  average velocity  c.  constant speed  b.  average speed  d.  constant
velocity 


4.

A rubber ball is dropped from rest from a height of 10 meters above the
ground. The rubber ball free falls and reaches the ground 2 seconds later. What was the
average speed of the rubber ball?
a.  20 m/s  c.  5 m/s  b.  10 m/s  d.  0.2 m/s 


5.

Given: time = 30 seconds, 10 meters/second. Find distance.
a.  0.3 meters  c.  10 meters  b.  30 meters  d.  300 meters 


6.

Given: distance = 100 meters, average speed = 20 m/s. Find time.
a.  100 seconds  c.  200 seconds  b.  20 seconds  d.  5 seconds 


7.

Which distancetime graph above shows that an object
moved at a constant speed and then stopped moving?


8.

Which of the following represents the velocity of a moving car?
a.  50 m/s  c.  50  b.  50 m/s, in a southern
direction  d.  50 m, in a
southern direction 


9.

A pizza delivery driver applied a constant force to a
car. A graph of the car’s movement is shown above. Which of the following can best
explain the change in velocity at time X?
a.  The car began traveling up a hill  c.  The car’s momentum became
greater than its inertia  b.  The car changed from a rough road to a smooth
road with less friction  d.  The
car began to drive on a curved road 


10.

Which values are necessary to find velocity?
a.  elapsed time and distance  c.  elapsed time, distance, and
direction  b.  initial time, direction, and distance  d.  initial time, ending time,
distance 


11.

The graph above shows the movement of a ball at
several points in time. What is the average speed of the object?
a.  0.5 m/min  c.  2 m/min  b.  4 m/min  d.  50 m/min 


12.

An athlete can run 20 kilometers in 2 hours. If the athlete runs at that
same average speed for 1 hour, how far will the athlete run.
a.  10 km  c.  40 km  b.  5 km  d.  20 km 


13.

The graph above shows the distance traveled by a
mouse in a straight line. If the mouse keeps moving at the same speed in a straight line, how
far will the mouse travel in 30 seconds
a.  8 cm  c.  12.0 cm  b.  11.0 cm  d.  10.0 cm 


14.

A truck travels 90 km/hr in a northwest direction, the variables will describe
the truck’s
a.  average velocity  c.  deceleration  b.  acceleration  d.  average speed 


15.

The result of distance divided by time (d/t = ?) is
a.  average speed  c.  average velocity  b.  constant speed  d.  variable speed 
