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tg Force & Motion

force a push or a pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change direction
movement a change in position or location
gravity a force that pulls objects toward the center of the earth
friction a force that slows or stops motion when an object rubs together or makes contact with another object.
inertia (newtons 1st law) things at rest will stay at rest / things in motion will stay in motion - unless acted upon by an outside force (push or pull)
Newton the standard International unit of force, named after Sir Isaac Newton
repel magnetic like poles repel or move apart N<------->N or S<------->S
attract magnetic opposite poles attract or come togegther ----->NS<------- or ------->SN<-------
net force the net force is the remaining force when all remaining forces have been cancelled out
Created by: tgon