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Question 1: The human heart is constantly contracting to move ________ throughout the body.
Blood plasmaPlateletBloodRed blood cell

Question 2: Displacement (Distance) | Velocity (Speed) | ________ | Jerk | Jounce | Crackle and pop
KinematicsAccelerationEuclidean vectorForce

Question 3: A complete orbit around the sun takes one ________ or about 365 days; it averages a speed of about 30 km/s (or 67,000 mi/h).
YearTimeCalendarIslamic calendar

Question 4: This motion can be detected as temperature; high temperatures (which represent greater ________ in the particles) feel warmer to humans, whereas lower temperatures feel colder.
Mass–energy equivalenceSpecial relativityClassical mechanicsKinetic energy

Question 5: Away from the central bulge or outer rim, the typical stellar ________ is between 210 and 240 km/s (or about a half-million mi/h).
Classical mechanicsSpeedKinematicsVelocity

Question 6: Though different foods travel through the body at rates, an average speed through the human ________ is 2.16 m/h or 0.036 m/s.
Colon (anatomy)StomachVermiform appendixSmall intestine

Question 7: According to the laws of thermodynamics all particles of matter are in constant random motion as long as the temperature is above ________.
CarbonAbsolute zeroThermodynamic temperatureEntropy

Question 8: Inside the atomic nucleus the protons and neutrons are also probably moving around due the electrical repulsion of the protons and the presence of ________ of both particles.
ForceRigid bodyAngular momentumEnergy

Question 9: Motions of all large scale and familiar objects in the universe (such as projectiles, planets, cells, and humans) are described by ________.
PhysicsForceClassical mechanicsEnergy

Question 10: ________ – (e.g.
DampingClassical mechanicsSimple harmonic motionForce


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