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Forces/Fiction

TermDefinition
force Push or Pull
newton SI unit for strength
net force combination of all forces on an object
unbalanced foorces force that acts on an object creates
balanced forces equal forces acting upon each other
friction force two surfaces make when they rub against each other
static friction frictions that acts on non-moving objects
sliding friction process where two solid objects slide over each other
rolling friction where an object rolls over a surface
fluid friction where a solid object moves through a fluid
gravity force that pulls objects towards it
weight-gravitation force exerted at the surface of the planet
free fall only force acting on an object in gravity
air resistance process of fluid falling through the air
projectile object that is thrown
compression elastic force that squeezes or pushes objects together
tension elastic force that stretches or pulls matter
Created by: _Isaac_