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Jonathan Science

A test on what you know in science.

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What is friction? A surface that is being resistant to a moving object.
What is gravity? Being pulled to the center of a large object such as objects being pulled to earth.
What is mass? The amount of area a object takes.
What is weight? The amount of force gravity has effect on an object.
What is inertia? A resist to change motion.
What is momentum? Is a characteristic of a moving object related to the mass and the velocity of the object.
What is free-fall? When something falls by only the effects of gravity.
What is a centripetal force? The force acting on a object moving on a curved path.
What is work? To manipulate a object.
What is joule? The SI system uses it to measure work or energy.
What is power? A rate at which work is done.
What is a watt? A measurement for power in the SI system, it is equal to one joule.
Created by: Montessori