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Motion Sickness

Motion Test_Mrs. Colling

QuestionAnswer
Acid Compunds that shar Charac. prop. in kind of reaction they undergo
Indicator A compound that changes color when in contact with acid or base
Base Substance that tatses bitter feels slippery and turns litmus blue.
OH hydroxide
Water 7-neutral
0 most acidic
14 most basic
motion Distance form one object to another is changing
reference point a place or object used for comparison to another.
speed distance/time
steepness of a line slope
Acceleration rate in which velocity changes
fv-iv/time accel.
net force all the forces are added together.
Unbalanced forces Will change and object's motion
Balanced forces Will NOT change and object's motion
Inertia the dendancey of an object to resist change
Newton's 1st law Inertia
Newton's 2nd law Net force on an object is qual to the product of it's acceleration
Newton's 3rd law equal and oppostie reactions
Newton = force required to accelerate
momentum Mass*velocity
law of conservation of momentum the total momentum of the objects that interact does not change
Created by: ash1124 on 2006-04-05



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