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Lexi D'Annunzio phys

AnswerQuestion
Velocity Speed with direction
Speed How fast you go with a rate of change of its position
Unbalanced force Two different forces against each other (one bigger one smaller) making the object move positions
Acceleration A=f/m acceleration= force divided by mass
Net force F=m x a Force equals mass times acceleration
Balanced force When the net force applied to an object adds up to zero
Newton's First Law of Inertia Acc an object at rest stays at rest unless an outside force acts on it
Newtons Second Law F= ma, the rate of change
Newtons Third Law For every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force
Inertia Property of matter. Inertia is an objects resistance to a change in motion
Acceleration A change in an objects velocity .
Created by: lexi_genevieve3