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motion distance from another object that is changing
reference point a place or object used for comparison to describe the position of a person or object
comparison a elastic force that pushes or squeezes the molecules together
distance the length of a path between two points
displacement the length and direction of a straight line between starting and ending points
vector a measurable quantity that consists both magnitude and direction
speed how fast an object travels
average speed the speed an object moves
instantaneous speed the speed of any given object
acceleration the rate at which velocity changes at time
work energy when an object is caused to move
kinetic energy energy that an object has due to its motion
potential energy stored energy from a shape or object
gravitational potential energy potential energy based on the object height
elastic potential energy the energy stretched from objects
mechanical energy an objects combined kinetic energy
law of conservation of energy the rule energy can not be created or destroyed
energy the ability to do work or cause damage
slope steepness on a line on a graph
Created by: Eric gomez