# Revision (Part 1)

In this lesson we will revisit key forces content such as resultant force, gravity and weight.

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.In a distance-time graph, what does the steepest line represent?

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Q2.In a distance-time graph, what speed does a flat horizontal line represent?

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Q3.In a distance-time graph, what does a curve represent?

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Q4.If a section of the graph does not start at distance 0, how do I find the distance travelled?

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Q5.If a section of the graph does not start at time 0, how do I find the time?

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Q6.If I travel 5 m in 2 s, what is my speed?

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Q7.If I travel 5 km in 2 hours, what is my speed?

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Q8.Change 3000 g to a mass in kg

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Q9.Calculate the weight of an object with mass 20 kg in a gravitational field strength of 9 N/kg

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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.In a distance-time graph, what does the steepest line represent?

1/9

Q2.In a distance-time graph, what speed does a flat horizontal line represent?

2/9

Q3.In a distance-time graph, what does a curve represent?

3/9

Q4.If a section of the graph does not start at distance 0, how do I find the distance travelled?

4/9

Q5.If a section of the graph does not start at time 0, how do I find the time?

5/9

Q6.If I travel 5 m in 2 s, what is my speed?

6/9

Q7.If I travel 5 km in 2 hours, what is my speed?

7/9

Q8.Change 3000 g to a mass in kg

8/9

Q9.Calculate the weight of an object with mass 20 kg in a gravitational field strength of 9 N/kg

9/9

# Video

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# Worksheet

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Quiz:

# Revision 1

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.What is true about all contact forces?

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Q2.What is the unit of force?

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Q3.Which of the forces below is a non-contact force?

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Q4.Which of the forces below acts upwards on an airplane?

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Q5.What does the length of the arrows in a free body diagram?

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Q6.Chose the correct method to calculate the resultant force

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Q7.What are the two variables that weight depends on?

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Q8.Use the equation W = m x g to calculate the weight of a 30 kg dog on a planet with a gravitational field strength of 3 N/kg

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Quiz:

# Revision 1

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.What is true about all contact forces?

1/8

Q2.What is the unit of force?

2/8

Q3.Which of the forces below is a non-contact force?

3/8

Q4.Which of the forces below acts upwards on an airplane?

4/8

Q5.What does the length of the arrows in a free body diagram?

5/8

Q6.Chose the correct method to calculate the resultant force

6/8

Q7.What are the two variables that weight depends on?

7/8

Q8.Use the equation W = m x g to calculate the weight of a 30 kg dog on a planet with a gravitational field strength of 3 N/kg

8/8

# Lesson summary: Revision (Part 1)

## Time to move!

Did you know that exercise helps your concentration and ability to learn?

For 5 mins...

Move around:
Walk

On the spot:
Dance