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Name Total points Quiz feedback Grade posted time
Edward Joseph Pobre
Ivan Patanao
Janella Rae San Pedro
Royce Judill Pastrano
Heinz Luke Arce
Nathan Noval
Moises Clint Balbuena
Achilles Farre
Grachelle Ronicah Estrera
Axl Bryle Dionio
Aleezha Chlorisse Parado
John Nicholas Luce�o
Carl Calumpang
Dannica Mae Andrin
Kyle Oyao
Marianne Elowees Guinto
Justin Andre Sayam
Kyle Nadine Dumaguing
Jane Ruthie Avellano
Abel Lesther Pusod
Samantha Piape
Colleen Brielle Tesaluna
Nakeisha Yoanna Damulo
Maxenne Jayne Montesclaros
Marion Retubado,Jr
Alessandra Juliana Prado
Zachary Nathan Roiles
Denise Marie Gabrielle Ingalls
John Bactasa
Algerick Veraque
Carmelo John Ycong
The pressure that a bloc Points - The pressure th Feedback - The pressure A household water supply
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is greatest. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is greatest. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is greatest. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is greatest. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. The downstairs tap is closer to sea level where t
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. The water has to travel further to get to the dow
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is greatest. The water has to travel further to get to the dow
the area in contact with the surface is greatest. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is greatest. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure decreases with height.
the area in contact with the surface is least. The downstairs tap is closer to sea level where t
the surface of the table is rubbed with oil. The water has to travel further to get to the dow
the area in contact with the surface is least.
the area in contact with the surface is least. The water has to travel further to get to the dow
the area in contact with the surface is least. Pressure increases with height.
Points - A household wateFeedback - A household wa
A swimming pool has a bas
Points - A swimming pool
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 75,200,000 N
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
irs tap is closer to sea level where the pressure is zero. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 75,200,000 N
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
s to travel further to get to the downstairs tap. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
s to travel further to get to the downstairs tap. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
reases with height. 11,750 Pa
irs tap is closer to sea level where the pressure is zero. 11,750 Pa
s to travel further to get to the downstairs tap. 11,750 Pa
11,750 Pa
s to travel further to get to the downstairs tap. 11,750 Pa
eases with height. 11,750 Pa
Feedback - A swimming poo
The diagram shows a spurtPoints - The diagram showFeedback - The diagram sh
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The pressure at spout A is greater than the pressure at spout B.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
Water at C travels the furthest because there is more water at the bottom o
The spout with the least pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
Water at C travels the furthest because there is more water at the bottom o
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The pressure at spout A is greater than the pressure at spout B.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
The spout with the greatest pressure pushes the water furthest.
What pressure does an ele
Points - What pressure doFeedback - What pressure
The block shown in the d
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 1,000 Pa
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
500,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
800 Pa 0.4 Pa
500,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
800 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 50 N/cm2
800 Pa 0.4 Pa
500,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 Pa
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 50 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 1,000 Pa
800 Pa 50 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
500,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
500,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 1,000 Pa
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
2,000,000 Pa 0.4 N/cm2
Points - The block shownFeedback - The block shoIf a metal block applies Points - If a metal block
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
100 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
100 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
100 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
0.80 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
4 N/cm2
Feedback - If a metal blo Why does atmospheric prPoints - Why does atmosp Feedback - Why does atm
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
There is no gravity at high altitudes.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
There is no gravity at high altitudes.
There is no gravity at high altitudes.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
There are fewer clouds as height increases.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
Air weighs less at high altitudes.
The amount of air gets less as height increases.
A rectangular block of basPoints - A rectangular bloFeedback - A rectangularAb rectangular block of si
2p 8.0 kPa
1/2 p 10 kPa
1/2 p 10 kPa
1/2 p 8.0 kPa
p2 8.0 kPa
1/2 p 3.2 kPa
2p 10 kPa
10 kPa
2p 10 kPa
p2 10 kPa
2p 10 kPa
2p 10 kPa
p 1.6 kPa
1/2 p 10 kPa
2p 10 kPa
1/2 p 10 kPa
2p 10 kPa
2p 8.0 kPa
p 10 kPa
2p 8.0 kPa
2p 10 kPa
1/2 p 10 kPa
2p 10 kPa
p2 3.2 kPa
p2 3.2 kPa
1/2 p 10 kPa
2p 1.6 kPa
1/2 p 10 kPa
1/2 p 1.6 kPa
2p 1.6 kPa
2p 10 kPa
Points - A rectangular bl Feedback - A rectangular block of sides 5.0 cm by 10.0 cm by 8.0 cm weighs 40 N. Calculate the gr
m weighs 40 N. Calculate the greatest pressure exerted by the block when it is resting on a horizontal table.