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when the forces pushing (or pulling) an object in one direction are the same size as the forces... balanced force..
is one that is not opposed by an equal and opposite force operating directly against the force intended to cause a change in the object's state of motion or rest. UN BAANCED FORCE
AN OBJECT AT REST STAYS AT REST AND AN OBJECT IN MOTION STAYS IN MOTION UNTIL ACTED ON BY AN UNBALANCED FORCE. NEWTONS FIRST LAW
THE ACCELERATION OF AN OBJECT DEPENDS ON THE MASS OF THE OBJECT AND THE AMOUNT OF FORCE APPLIED TO THE OBJECT.. NEWTONS SECOND LAW
IN EVERY ACTION THERE IS AN EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION... NEWTONS SECOND LAW
distance travelled by an object in a given amount of time.. SPEED
change in an object speed or direction (its velocity ) over time.. acceleration
an object speed and direction at a given instant VELOCITY
an amount of space between two things or people DISTANCE
will calculate the time that has elapsed/difference between two dates with time. TIME CALCULATIONS
the amount of matter in an object! MASS
is the amount of matter in an object along with the pull of gravity.... WEIGHT
To push or pull force
the decrease of speed NEGATIVE ACCELERATION
positively charged particle located in the nucles of an atoms. protons
a structure near the center of an atoms NUCLUES
a substance that cannot be broken into simplier substances ELEMENT
A table of the chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number, usually in rows, so that elements with similar atomic structure... PERIODIC TABLE
IT is used to magnify things by making it bigger. HANDS LENS
IT is used to protect the eyes from chemicals in a lab for safety GOOGLE
IT is used to hold a hot beaker and protect your hands from getting burned BEAKERS TONGS
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