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Motion Test

General Facts

an object's change in position over time when compared with a reference point motion
the object that appears to stay the same reference point
the rate at which an object moves speed
speed depends on distance and time
average speed formula total distance / total time
the speed of an object in a particular direction velocity
the rate at which velocity changes; an object ___ if its speed and/or direction changes acceleration
velocity formula speed + direction
unit for acceleration m/s/s + direction
formula for acceleration final velocity - starting velocity / time
formula for momentum mass x velocity
unit for momentum kg x m/s direction
a push or pull on an object force
forces have ... size and direction
unit of force newton
used to measure force spring scale
force that results from combining all the forces exerted on an object net force
Created by: madison.heaton