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science 4 test#7

a motionless place or object used for comparison with a moving object. reference point
the motion of an object along a path from one place to anther translation
the motion of an object around a central point rotation
a back and fourth or up and down vibration
a push or of one object to anther through direct touch contact force
a push or pull on an object with out direct touch non-contact force
the force from an object that pushes back against a contact force normal force
a force that opposes motion friction
a force that resists stretching and squeezing spring force
resistances stretching tension
the motion decried from a particular reference point relative motion
the appearance of motion apparent motion
object at rest stay at rest object in motion stay in motion unless they are acted upon an outside force Newtons first law
an objects ability to speed up is affected by its mass and amount of force entered on it Newtons second law
for every action,there is an equal amount and opposite reaction Newtons third law
Created by: erfy97