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Gr. 8 Chap.2 Laws of Motion

TermDefinition
CONTACT FORCE PUSH OR PULL ON AN OBJECT BY ANOTHER OBJECT THAT IS TOUCHING IT
NONCONTACT FORCE FORCE ONE OBJECT CAN APPLY TO ANOTHER WITHOUT TOUCHING IT
F0RCE PUSH OR PULL ON AN OBJECT
FRICTION FORCE THAT RESISTS THE MOTION OF 2 SURFACES THAT ARE TOUCHING
GRAVITY ATTRACTIVE FORCE THAT EXISTS BETWEEN ALL OBJECTS WITH MASS
MASS AMOUNT OF MATTER IN AN OBJECT
STATIC AT REST OR HAVING NO MOTION
WEIGHT GRAVITATIONAL FORCE EXERTED ON AN OBJECT.....AN OBJECTS RESPONSE TO GRAVITATIONAL PULL
BALANCED FORCES COMBINED FORCES FORM A NET FORCE OF ZERO
INERTIA TENDENCY OF AN OBJECT TO RESIST A CHANGE IN ITS MOTION
NET FORCE COMBINATION OF ALL FORCES ACTING ON AN OBJECT
NEWTON'S FIRST LAW OF MOTION THE LAW OF INERTIA AN OBJECT AT REST STAYS AT REST UNLESS ACTED UPON BY AN OUTSIDE FORCE.....AN OBJECT IN MOTION STAYS IN MOTION UNLESS ACTED UPON BY AN OUTSIDE FORCE.....THE MOTION OF AN OBJECT DOES NOT CHANGE IF THE NET FORCE ON AN OBJECT IS ZERO
REFERENCE DIRECTION GIVEN DIRECTION FROM A STARTING POINT TO DESCRIBE AN OBJECT'S POSITION
UNBALANCED FORCES COMBINED FORCES THAT FORM A NET FORCE THAT IS NOT ZERO
CENTRIPETAL FORCE FORCE IN A CIRCULAR MOTION THAT ACTS PERPENDICULAR TO THE DIRECTION OF MOTION TOWARD THE CENTER OF THE CIRCLE
CIRCULAR MOTION ANY MOTION IN WHICH AN OBJECT IS MOVING ALONG A CURVED PATH
NEWTON'S 2ND LAW OF MOTION ACCELERATION IS EQUAL TO THE NET FORCE EXERTED ON AN OBJECT DIVIDED BY THE OBJECTS MASS
FORCE PAIR FORCES THAT 2 OBJECTS APPLY TO EACH OTHER
LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM TOTAL MOMENTUM OF A GROUP OF OBJECTS REMAINS THE SAME UNLESS OUTSIDE FORCES ACT ON THE OBJECTS
MOMENTUM MEASURE OF HOW HARD IT IS TO STOP (START) A MOVING OBJECT
NEWTON'S 3RD LAW OF MOTION FOR EVERY ACTION THERE IS AN EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION
Created by: harding48193