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Published: 30/11/2016
KS4 | Physics
25 pages

Forces 1 - vectors, resultant forces and work

A challenging set of multiple choice forces questions. Complete with comprehensive answers, choose to use the paper version or as a quick class quiz using the PowerPoint. To further stretch students try the resource Forces 2 - vectors, resultant forces and work.      

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Sarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Sarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Many thanks for your comments. We've left the question as it on the PowerPoint, but your comment does highlight a really important teaching point for others to use with their classes.
Posted on 14th September 2017
Adrian Johnson
Adrian Johnson
I am planning to use this to review last year's work with my Y11 class. I really like the look of this resource and the level of challenge. One tiny edit I would suggest is the texts on slide 2 to be: "1. Which of the following situations of forces acting on a ball would cause the ball to have the greatest acceleration?" at the top and "D. has the greatest resultant force, 20 N, accelerating the ball to the left with the greatest acceleration." at the bottom of the slide; however, I do accept that D will move the furthest, assuming that the forces are all applied for the same amount of time, so the original texts work, my suggestion is just to emphasise the connection between resultant force and acceleration. Many thanks for a really good resource!


Posted on 12th September 2017
mariam el dani
mariam el dani
To revise for my son in y7
Posted on 4th February 2017

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