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Mass The amount of matter in something
Weight The force of gravity pulling on a mass
Force A push, pull or twist applied to an object
Acceleration The rate at which an object changes its speed
Net Force The directional sum of all forces acting on an object
Friction A rubbing force that slows moving objects
Motion Movement
Distance How far it is between 2 points
Speed How quickly an object is moving
Time How long it takes between 2 events
Average Speed The total distance traveled divided by the total time taken
Velocity Speed in a given direction
Instantaneous Speed The speed of something the instant you look at it
Ticker Timer A device that produces a series of dots on paper
Inertia The tendency of an object to stay still or keep moving
Momentum The product of mass and velocity
Newton's Laws The 3 laws proposed by Sir Issac Newton that describe motion
Created by: Chris497