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science quiz on section 1 and 2

What is friction? A force that opposes motion, and creates heat that wears down an object.
What is static friction? It is the type of friction,that keeps an object from moving.
What is an example of Static Friction? To make a sled move.
What is fluid friction? When an object moves across or through the air or through an object.
What is an example of fluid friction? A surfer surfing.
What is Rolling friction? When a solid object rolls against another solid object.
What is an example of Rolling friction? A skateborder Skatebording.
What is sliding Friction? when a solid object slides against another solid object.
What is an example of sliding friction? a bicycles hand brake.
What is gravity? A force that pulls an object down.
What are two factors that affect of gravity? mass and distance.
What is termianal velocity? the greatest velocity a falling object reaches.
What did Newton Summurize? All objects in the universe are attrackted to each other by the force of gravity.
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