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Newton's First law of motion An object at rest or moving at a constant speed in a straight path will continue to do so until a net force acts on it
Newton's second law of motion An object acted upon by a net force will accelerate in the direction of the force according to the equation
Force A push or pull
Unbalanced force The net force on an object are not zero
Normal force The outward force from a surface
Force A push or pull
Net force The total force felt by a object
Newton's third law of motion Force always act in equal but opposite pairs
Balanced force Two or more forces whose effects cancel each other
Friction the rubbing force that acts against motion between two touching surfaces
An object will __________ when the net force is not zero Accelerate
____________ will never speed up an object Friction
The friction that prevents an object from moving when a force is applied is ____________ friction Static
The friction that slows down an object that slides is _________ friction Sliding
A ________ helps reduce sliding friction Brake
Normal force is supplied by the __________ of the surface Slipping
Created by: Kyle Lafayette