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3. Which of the following is not part of testing a hypothesis? A. Gathering evidence B. Collecting data C. Modeling D. Reasoning Student Answer: B Answer: Incorrect Reference: 4. In the
human eye, where is the actual image formed before being transmitted to the brain? A. Optic nerve B. Pupil C. Retina D. Cornea Student Answer: A Answer: Incorrect Reference: 5. If John travels 2,387 miles in 2 days, what's his average speed per hour? A. 1,193.5 mph B. 73.7 mph C. 49.7 mph D. 99.5 mph Student Answer: D Answer: Incorrect Reference: 6. Light has what range of wavelength? A. 10 nm to 0.01 nm B. 0.3 nm to 0.001 nm C. 400 nm to 10 nm D. 700 nm to 400 nm Student Answer: B Answer: Incorrect Reference: 7. Four forces are being applied to move an object to the left. Force 1 is pushing to the right at 200 N. Force 2 is pushing to the left at 500 N. Force 3 is pushing to the right at 100 N. Force 4 is pushing to the left at 50 N. What's the net force acting on this object? A. 0 N B. 250 N C. 850 N D. 250 N Student Answer: C Answer: Incorrect Reference: 9. When viewing an object, we see its color according to the wavelength of light that the object A. absorbs. B. contains. C. transmits. D. reflects. Student Answer: A Answer: Incorrect Reference: 10. Which of the following best demonstrates the effect of static friction? A. A person moving a ball through a stream of water B. A person pushing a couch and it slowly sliding across a floor C. A person dropping a ball to the ground. D. A person pushing a couch without being able to move it Student Answer: B Answer: Incorrect Reference: 11. If an object is thrown 60 m into the air and it takes the object 6 s to get there, what's the average speed of the object? A. 20 m/s B. 360 m/s C. 100 m/s D. 10 m/s Student Answer: C Answer: Incorrect Reference: 12. Dave is riding on a straight path. After 5 s, his speed is 3.0 m/s. After 7 s, his speed is 5.0 m/s. After 10 s, his speed is 7.0 m/s. What was his acceleration from 5 s to 10 s? A. 0.67 m/s2 B. 0.8 m/s2 C. 1.0 m/s2 D. 2.0 m/s2 Student Answer: D Answer: Incorrect Reference: 13. If you're giving a friend directions from your home, to your school, and then to the park, the original reference point would be A. your school. B. the park. C. your home. D. your friend's home. Student Answer: A Answer: Incorrect Reference: 14. In a controlled experiment, the factor tested is called the A. control. B. constant. C. independent variable. D. dependent variable. Student Answer: D Answer: Incorrect Reference:
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