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Science

TermDefinition
Magnitude Size of number
Force Vector Uses arrow to show direction and magnitude of a force
Vector Quanity Has both magnitude and direction
Scalar Quanity Has magnitude but no direction
Air Resistance The force that opposes an object in air
Gravity A force of attraction between 2 objects
Momentum Mass times velocity of a object
Terminal Velocity Constant speed of a falling object when air resistance balances gravity
Weightq The measure of pull o gravity
Inertia The tendency of a object to oppose a change in motion
Motion The change in position in a objet
Force A push or pull
SPeed The distance covered each second
Velocity Speed in a particular direction
Distance The length between 2 objects
Distance Time Graph Graph showing relationship between distance and time
Slope Rise over Run
Average Speed Total distance over total time
Friction A force that opposes a motion of one surface to another
Newton Amount of force needed to give a 1kg mass an acceleration of 1m per second
Created by: Ames199