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Force & Motion 2

constant speed The same amount of distance is covered by the object in the same amount of time at each measurement of that same interval.
deceleration Decreases the rate of speed.
gravitational force A force of attraction between all masses in the universe.
inertia The resistance of any physical object to any change in it`s motion
Newtons first law of motion An object that is at rest stays rest,an object in motion stays motion till interuption
Newtons second law of gravity The net force on a object is equal to the rate of change.(force=mass x acceleration)
Newtons third law of motion For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
relative position A point defined with reference to another position,either fixed or moving.
velocity The speed and direction of an abject.
zero net force when the forces cancel out and are balanced.
Created by: TR17785