2.Which is an example of simple harmonic motion?
A. A hammer
B. A pendulum
C. A waterfall
3.What will most likely change the tempo of a pendulum?
A. the weight
B. the size
C. the length of the string
4.Galileo discovered simple harmonic motion was attending what?
C. a potluck
5.What did he notice was swinging without help?
A. A chandelier
B. A flag
C. A lamp
6.What did Galileo use to time the swinging?
A. His pulse
B. A stopwatch
C. Dripping water
7.Simple harmonic motion can also be described as a what?
A. A merry-go-round with a person on one side
B. Water hitting rocks
C. A spring with a weight on it
8.The tempo of a spring depends on the ______ and ______?
A. Strength and thickness
B. Size and length
C. Weight and springiness
9.What is the formula to
express the force of a spring?
1.B, 2.B, 3.C, 4.A, 5.C, 6.A, 7.C, 8.A, 9.B