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Motion and speed tes

Chapter 5 science

Position the location of an object
Motion a change of position of an object
Speed The measure of an object's change in position during a unit of time
Velocity the measure of the speed and direction of motion of an object
Acceleration Any change in the speed or direction of an object's motion
Force Pull or push of any kind
Interia the property of matter that keeps an object at rest or keeps it moving in a straightline. Ex. Spaceship
Momentum a property of motion that describles how hard it is to slow down or stop an object. Momentum=Mass x Velocity
Friction a force that resists motion between object that are touching
gravity the force that pulls us to earth
Weight a measure of the gravational force acting on an object. Weight is measured in Newtons...
Gravitation a force that acts between all masses and causes them to attract one another.
Created by: richcamthomas