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Force, Mass, and Acceleration

newtons 2nd law of motion force=mass times acceleration
product the answer to a multiplication problem
speed= distance times time [km/h]
velocity= speed and direction [km/h.w]
acceleration= change in velocity [distance times time]
units of measure for speed km/h m/h
formula for acceleration final velocity-initial velocity over time
a liter measures... volume or capacity
an increase in mass causes a ______ in acceleration decrease
a decrease in mass causes a ______ in acceleration increase
the net force on an object is _____ to the product of its acceleration and its mass equal
if you increase the force on a object, its acceleration also increases
if you increase the mass on an object, its acceleration decreases
what is the newton used for measuring? force
Created by: boogasdancer101