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Physics 1

root words

TermDefinition
ac- toward, increase
accelerated increased in swiftness
-al related to
-ate cause to become
celer swift
centr center
central located in the middle
centrifugal force a force moving in a circle
circ circle
circular shaped like a ring
de- to go down
decelerate to slow down
dis- not, apart, away
disarm to take away arms, such as guns
discouragement not having the act of courage
displacement to move away from a specific place
equi, equa equal, balanced
equity the quality of being fair
-ist person who
-ment act, process
physic nature, body
physical related to nature or the body
physicist person who studies how things work in nature
uni- one
unify to make as one
unison having one sound
unit a single undivided whole
Created by: karen.wiseman