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Chapter 2-1- Science

The Nature of Force

Force A push or pull
Forces are described about how ________________ they are and by their _______________ Strong, direction
The strength of a force is measuredusing the Si unit the _____________. Newton
The overall force on an object Net force
When two forces ac in the same direction they are ____________ together. Adding
________________ forces can cause an object to start moving, or change direction. Unbalanced
__________________ forces acting on an object will change the object's motion. Unbalanced
Equal forces acting on one object in opposite directions Balanced forces
_________________ forces acting on an object will not change the object's motion. Balanced
When you add equal forces in opposite direction, the net force is ________. Zero
Created by: ashley.clawson8