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science unit test

unit test

Weight A measure of how much earths gravity pulls down on an object.
Average Speed Describes the movement for an entire trip by dividing measured distances by measured time
Acceleration A change in speed or direction.
1st Law Which law is the following: Objects in motion will remain in motion, objects at rest will remain at rest.
3rd Law Which law is the following: For every action force, there is a equal and opposite reaction force.
2nd Law Which law is the following: Acceleration depends on the mass of an object and the force pushing or pulling the object
Unbalenced forces. The movement of an object shows the result of what?
Push and Pull Name the two forces.
Mass ________ stays the same no matter where you go.
Weight ________ will change from place to place.
Total time and Total distance. To calculate the average speed, you need to know what?
Because the human force is pushing against the chair. How are you not falling through your chair at the moment?
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