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chapter 10


friction the opposite of what motion is moving
static friction when force is going somewhere else
sliding friction when an object slides on top of another object
rolling friction when a object rolls on another object
fluid friction a liquid like water or air
gravity what holds things on the ground
mass the objects weight
weight the objects mass
free fall falling without being pushed
air resistance when an object falls slow due to air when gravity pushes it
projectile an object thrown with force
compression heat
tension when something has thermal energy
force when an object is pushed or pulled
newton magnitude or strength
unbalanced forces can cause the velocity to change
net force determines when on object is moving or seed or direction its moving
balanced forces when both sides of the object has the same force
inertia when an object resists a change to motion
momentum moving an object
conservation of momentum when momentum is transferred
momentum moving an object
Created by: Eric gomez