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Motion Words

TermDefinition
Motion An object moves or changes location.
Location The position of an object compared to other things.
Distance The length that something moves.
Speed The distance that an object travels in a certain amount of time.
Force A push or a pull that causes motion.
Gravity A type of force that pulls objects toward Earth.
Collision A contact force that occurs when one object crashes into another object transferring energy.
Friction Force that occurs when two things rub together (slows motion)
Mass/Weight Measurement of how much gravity is pulling on an object.
Push A force to move an object away from you.
Energy The ability to do work.
Pull A force to move an object closer.
Tension The force of the pull between two ends of a string, cable, etc.
At rest An object is not moving (no push or pull is applied to an object).
Exert To apply a force or energy on an object.