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Mrs. Hassler's Science Chapter 3 Motion Vocabulary Study Guide

A push or pull that causes an object to move force
A change in postion motion
This tells how fast an object is moving speed
A non contact force that causes objects to be pulled toward the center of the earth gravity
A contact force that can make objects slow down or stop friction
A force that can cause objects in the air to stop or slow down air resistance
A force that can only be made by touching contact force
Who was the famous scientist who wrote the Laws of Motion? Sir Isaac Newton
How many laws of motion are there? 3
Which causes more friction a rough surface or a smooth one? rough surfaces
Force requires either a __________ or a __________ push or a pull
What is the equation to find speed? distance divided by time
What does air resistance depend on? speed and shape of the moving object
Created by: mrshassler