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# Force Test #2

### Study Aid for Force Test #2

The first step in the scientific method. Identify a Question
The second step in the scientific method. Research
The third step in the scientific method that answers the question based on the research. Hypothesis
The fourth step in the scientific method that is a set of procedures for testing the hypothesis. Experiment
The fifth step in the scientific method that details what happened in the experiment. Results
The sixth step in the scientific method that answers the question based on the research. Conclusion
The tool used in our investigations to measure the force of the spheres. Spring Scale
What word describes the energy of position? Potential Energy
What word describes the energy of motion? Kinetic Energy
What word describes the ability to do work? Energy
What word describes the property of a moving object that keeps it moving? Momentum
What word describes a force over a distance? Work
What word describes the variable that is being measured or recorded during the experiment? Dependent Variable
What word describes the variable that is changed before the experiment is conducted? It is the one variable in a controlled experiment. Independent Variable
What word describes something that can change during an experiment? Variable
What word describes variables that are prevented from changing during an experiment? Controlled Variables
What word describes an experiment with only one variable? Controlled Experiment
How can momentum of an object be changed? by changing the object's speed or its mass
What is the resultant force of a 400 N force to the right and a 100 N force to the left. 300 N to the right (Make sure you understand how to calculate this.)
What is the resultant force of a 100 N force to the right, a 200 N force to the right, and a 50 N force to the left? 250 N to the right (Make sure you understand how to calculate this.)
Created by: ekeilen