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What is a force that of attraction btw objects that is due to their masses? gravity
Gravity can change the motion of an object by changing... speed or direction or both
does all matter have mass yes
what pulls everything towards the center of the earth earth's gravitational force
can balanced forces result in a change in position no
what does the law of conservation state gravitational force increases when mass increases
is gravitational force the same everywhere you go No
what is a measure of the gravitational force on an object weight
what is the amount of matter in an object Mass
does an objects mass ever change no
What is the SI unit for weight newtons
What is the SI unit for mass grams
why do objects fall to the ground at the same rate Bc of the acceleration due to gravity is the same for all objects
What kind of objects experience a greater gravitational force heavier ones
is a lighter object easier to accelerate than a heavy one yes
What is the rate at which velocity changes acceleration
what is the acceleration formula v/t=a
When the speed of a falling object increases what also increases air resistance
What is it called when an object falls at at a constant velocity terminal velocity
what is it called when gravity is pulling an object down and no other forces are acting on the object free fall
what's an example of free fall floating in outer space
when an object is in free fall does the object have weight no
can an object be in free fall if it's in air no
What is a unbalanced force that causes objects to move in a circular path centripetal force
what force keeps objects in centripetal force in motion gravity
what does centripetal mean towards the center
what is the curved path an object follows when it is than thrown or propelled near earth's surface Projectile motion
What are the two types of projectile motion Horizontal and vertical
Created by: ReidRoberts14