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Motion Quiz

Newton's First Law An object at rest stays at rest; an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
Newton's Second Law Force equals mass times acceleration (F = ma)
Newton's Third Law For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
inertia tendency of matter to remain at rest
kinetic energy Energy of motion
Law of Conservatio energy can neither be created or destroyed
friction a force that opposes motion
acceleration increase in the rate of speed
variable part of an experiment that changes or that you test
speed distance traveled over a period of time S = d/t
gravity the force of attraction between all objects in the universe
motion a change of position
unit for mass grams, kilograms
unit for time minutes, seconds, hours
unit for speed m/s, mph etc
unit for acceleration m/s2
unit for force Newton, kg x m/s2
unit for distance meters, kilometers
Created by: loddengaardj