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a force that resist the movement of one surface past another surface friction
the force of attention that exists between any two objects gravity
a push or pull that acts on an object force
full,maximum,or optimum rate of motion speed
is the resistance of any physical object to change in its state of motion or rest inertia
two much mass an object has weight
the speed and direction of an object motion velocity
the strength and vitality required for substances physical or mental activity energy
the rate at which the velocity of an object changes overtime acceleration
the change in position of an object motion
a force that involves pulling along forcefully roughly ,or with difficulty drag
activity involving mental or physical effort done on order to achieve a purpose or result work
how much material an object has mass
the quality of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity momentum
the continuous physical for extended on or against an object by something in contact with it pressure
a course along which someone or something moves direction
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