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Ch 10 study guide

Newton'sFirst Law of Motion (The law of Inertia) an oject at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion Until is acted on by and equal and opposite force
Newton's Second law of motion acceleration depends on the mass of an objecr and the force pushing or pulling on the oject. (F=MxA)-(A=f divided M)
Newton's Third law of Motion for every action force there is an egual and opposite reaction force.(comes in pairs)
acceleration a change in speed or direction;depends on the mass of an object and the force pudhing or pulling the object.
average speed describes the movement for an entire trip by dividing measured distance by measured time.
force a push or pull;for example, gravity and friction; can be balanced or unbalanced and can be found mathematically by multiplying mass times acceleration.
friction the push or pull that opposes motion when two sliding surfaces are sliding on eachother.
gravity a pull that every object exerts on every object and that pulls all things toward earth in the same way.
inertia resistance to a change in motion.
mass the amount of matter in an object.
scientific law a theory about the natural world that has been tested many times and produces the same results.
weight measure of how much earth's gravity pulls down on an object.
what is being measrued on a tripple beam balance? mass
Created by: anguyen17