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Newtons Laws

week 4

Newtons 2nd law Pushing or pulling an object produces acceleration, a change in the speed of motion.
Mass A measure of how much matter is in an object.
Force In physics, force is a push or pull on an object. A force can cause an object to accelerate, slow down, remain in place, or change shape.
Acceleration Acceleration is a way to measure how fast something is speeding up.
Proportional When two quantities always have the same size in relation to each other. In other words they have the same ratio.
Inversely Proportional related so that as one becomes larger the other becomes smaller
Newtons 3rd law there is an equal and opposite reaction
Force Vector Force vector is a numerical value in a specific direction, and is used in both math and physics
Friction Friction is a force that holds back the movement of a sliding object.
Gravity gravity is what keeps you on the ground and what causes objects to fall.
Kinetic Energy energy associated with motion
Created by: andreade