Misconception FMM107:

If an object is slowing down, a force that was moving it forward must be decreasing (Clement, 1982; Watts & Zylbersztajn, 1981).

Items that test for misconception FMM107
Item ID
Number

Item Description

How Often the Misconception was Chosen

Select This Item for My Item Bank

FM094002

If an object is slowing down, a force that is causing it to slow down must be greater than the sum of the forces that are pulling or pushing the object forward.

23%