Misconception FMM114:

An impelling force (impulse or impetus) can become part of an object. For example, the force involved in throwing or hitting an object becomes part of the thrown or hit object (McCloskey, 1983; Fischbein et al., 1989).

Items that test for misconception FMM114
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How Often the Misconception was Chosen

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FM059003

An object does not acquire a force by being shoved.

71%

FM052004

A ball does not acquire a force when it is rolled off a table.

69%