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3rd Quarter Examination

Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________Score: ___________

Multiple Choice:
Read carefully each item and ENCIRCLE the letter of the correct answer.
1. What is referred to as the shortest length between the object’s point of origin and its point of destination?
A. Displacement B. Acceleration C. Distance D. Time
2. When can displacement be equal to distance?
A. When the moving object returned to its origin.
B. When the path of travel is straight line and the object walk forward.
C. When the path of travel is straight line and the moving object turned to the left.
D. Displacement and distance will never be equal.
3. Which of the following is true about an object that travels 5 meters left, then 5 meters up, then another 5 meters to the
A. The displacement of the object is equal to 15 meters.
B. The displacement of the object is equal to 15 meters down.
C. The distance travelled is equal to 15 meters down.
D. The total distance travelled is equal to 15 meters.
4. What device is found in vehicles to determine their speed of travel?
A. Carburator B. Fuel Gauge C. Speedometer D. Stopwatch
5. What is the minimum speed limit in the Philippines?
A. 100kph B. 30kph c. 60kph D. 20kph
For questions 6-13, refer to the table in a 200-meter dash competition.

Female Athlete Time Male Athlete Time

(sec) (sec)
A 26.5 A 22.5
B 26 B 20
C 25 C 23
D 29.5 D 22.5

6. The fastest runner as shown in the table is the one with____________

a. Greatest distance travelled b. shortest distance travelled c. longest recorded time d. shortest recorded time
7. What is the average speed of the fastest female athlete?
a. 8m/s b. 200m/s c. 26m/s d. 200m/s
8. What is the average speed of the fastest male athlete?
a. 200m/s b. 10m/s c. 20m/s d. 200m/s
9. How do you compute the average speed of each athlete?
a. Divide 200meters by the recorded time
b. Divide 200meters by 200meters
c. Multiply the time and 200meters
d. Divide the time by 200meters
10. Compared to the average speed of the fastest male athlete, the average speed of the female athlete is___________
a. One half faster b. twice as fast c. slightly higher d. slightly less
11. Without converting units, what is the unit of the average speed for each athlete?
a. m.s b. m/s c. kph d. km/min
12. which of the following statement is/are true about the competition?
I. Male athletes are faster than female athletes
II. The average speed of the fastest female athlete is slightly less than the average speed of the male athlete.
a. I only b. II only c. both I and II d. neither I nor II
13. Is the timing device need in the 200-meter competition? Why?
a. No, because the winner can be determined by seeing who reaches the finish line first.
b. No, because it is expensive to use the timing device.
c. Yes, because it makes the athletes conscious and increase their speed.
d. Yes, because the timing device can determine objectively the ranking of athletes running almost at the same time.
14. The velocity of the object changes if
a. Its direction changes
b. Its speed changes
c. Either its speed or direction changes
d. Neither its speed nor direction changes
15. What does the slope of speed vs time graph represent?
a. Circulation b. distance c. force d. speed
16. In which of the following situations is the object accelerating?
I. A truck changing direction
II. The car speeding up in a highway
III. A moving motorcycle comes to a stop
IV. A rolling ball moving with a uniform speed in a straight path.
a. I and II b. I, II and III c. I, II, IV d. I, III and IV
17. Which of the following represent a uniformly and positively accelerated motion?

a. V b. V c. V d. V


18. A jeepney has an initial speed of 30m/s and a final speed of 40m/s. what is its acceleration if the time of travel is 10 secs?


a. 1m/s2 b. -1 m/s2 c.10 m/s2 d. -10 m/s2

19. What is transferred by waves from one place to another?

a. Energy b. source c. mass of the medium d. particles of the medium