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unit 2 test

explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy potential- stored energy kinetic- energy of motion
which would have more energy a 10kg ball falling from 10m or a 5kg ball falling from 25m 5kg ball falling from 25m
what is the potential energy of a 10kg book that is placed on a shelf that is 2.5 meters high 2450J
a truck is cruising down the highway at 75mph KE
a snowman is sitting at the top of a hill PE
a snowball is rolling down a hill with a speed of 2m/s BOTH
a snowflake is falling from the sky KE
balanced or unbalanced 16N north and 16N south unbalanced
balanced or unbalanced 16N north and 16N north balanced
what does it mean if the Net Force acting on an object is 0N equilibrium
what type of force always causes change in speed, direction, or both unbalanced force
what is a common unbalanced force acting on objects in motion friction
if a baseball and a cannonball are dropped from the same height at the same time, and there is no air resistance, which ball will hit the ground first cannonball
friction acting on a rolling ball to eventually bring the ball to a stop is an example of which type of force balanced
what is the force weight of a 45 kg desk 441 N
what is the mass of a 35 N cat 3.57 kg
Created by: smileyk