Forces and elasticity (Part 2)

In this lesson we carry on looking at elastic objects, and the relationship between force and extension. We also go through the results of our required practical.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Choose all three objects that will elastically deform

Select three (3) boxes

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Q2.A student wants to investigate how force affects extension of a spring. What is the independent variable?

2/5

Q3.A student wants to investigate how force affects extension of a spring. What is the dependent variable?

3/5

Q4.What does elastic deformation mean?

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Q5.Identify the relationship between force and extension in objects that elastically deform.

5/5

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Choose all three objects that will elastically deform

Select three (3) boxes

1/5

Q2.A student wants to investigate how force affects extension of a spring. What is the independent variable?

2/5

Q3.A student wants to investigate how force affects extension of a spring. What is the dependent variable?

3/5

Q4.What does elastic deformation mean?

4/5

Q5.Identify the relationship between force and extension in objects that elastically deform.

5/5

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Quiz:

Forces and Elasticity 2

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Q1.What is the equation that links extension, force and spring constant?

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Q2.What store of energy is increased when an elastic object is stretched or compressed?

2/7

Q3.Whose law refers to the relationship between force and extension of an elastic object?

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Q4.What does elastically deform mean?

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Q5.What name is given to the point where a spring no longer returns to its original shape when stretched?

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Q6.What does Hooke's law state?

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Q7.Calculate the force required to extend a spring by 0.4m when the spring has a spring constant of 5 N/m.

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Quiz:

Forces and Elasticity 2

Complete the quiz to see how much you have remembered.

Q1.What is the equation that links extension, force and spring constant?

1/7

Q2.What store of energy is increased when an elastic object is stretched or compressed?

2/7

Q3.Whose law refers to the relationship between force and extension of an elastic object?

3/7

Q4.What does elastically deform mean?

4/7

Q5.What name is given to the point where a spring no longer returns to its original shape when stretched?

5/7

Q6.What does Hooke's law state?

6/7

Q7.Calculate the force required to extend a spring by 0.4m when the spring has a spring constant of 5 N/m.

7/7

Lesson summary: Forces and elasticity (Part 2)

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