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Chapters5and6

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QuestionAnswer
What is my name Anesha henderson
Two vectors at the right angle that add up to a give vector are known as what? Components
Any object that moves through the air or space is what? Projectile
Two values that change in opposite directions is what? Inversely
The relationship among or objects mass,an object acceleration,and the net force on an objects called what? Newton's second law
Liquid and gasses are called what? Fluids
What does pressure means? The amount of force per unit area.
A diagram showing all the forces acting on an object is called? Free-body
What does vector quantity means? A quantity in physics,such as force,that has both magnitude and directions.
What does scalar quantity mean? A physical measurement that does not contain directional information
What does components mean? A vector parallel to the x-axis and another parallel to the y-axis.
What does vector resolution means? The process of breaking a vector into its components
What does projectile mean? An object moving through space and affected only by gravity.
What does trajectory mean? The path of a projectile
How does an increase in mass affect acceleration If the force is constant , the acceleration is decreased
Newton's second law of motion Acceleration is directly proportional to the net force and inversely proportional to the mass of an object.
Pressure Force per unit area
Pascal A unit of pressure equal to one newton per square meter
Fluids A substance that can flow and therefore take the shape of its container ,a liquid or a gas
Free-body diagram A diagram showing all the forces acting on an object
Terminal speed The speed at which the acceleration of a failing object is zero because friction balances the weight
Forces A push or pull
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