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Vehicles in Motion

Learning Set 1

TermDefinition
coast to move without being continuously pushed or pulled
chassis the frame and wheels of a vehicle
axles round shafts that connect the opposing wheels of a car
bearings structures that help parts to move freely
motion a change in the position of an object over time
speed a measure of how fast an object is traveling
force a push or a pull
propulsion force a push or a pull that causes an object to move
gravity the force of attraction between objects; on Earth, gravity pulls objects downward to the Earth's center
qualitative data information describing qualities of objects observed (senses) but not measured
quantitative data information based on measurements or counting
reference point an object or location with which the position of a second object is compared over time to determine if the second object is moving
frame of reference the view from which you judge the motion of another object
veer (noun): a change in direction or course (verb): to change direction or course
Created by: zach.ruesch