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PhysicsEMS

newton's law, speed, acceleration

QuestionAnswer
What is a push or pull? Force
What will cause NO change in acceleration of an object? Balanced Forces
What will cause an object to accelerate? Unbalanced Forces
What is the calculation for force? Force=ma (force = mass X acceleration)
What is the unit used to measure for force? Newtons
What is the energy of motion? kinetic energy
What is stored energy called? potential energy
What is speed with direction? velocity
What is the measurment of change in speed over time? Accleration
What is the resistance of an object to change speed or direction which depends on its mass? Inertia
What law states "An object in motion will stay in motion and an object at rest will stay at rest until acted upon by unbalanced force? Newton's First Law
Which of Newton's law is the law of acceleration? Newton''s Second Law
What law states for every action their is an equal and opposite reaction? Newton's Third Law
Created by: sciencekemp