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Chp. 10

vocabwords

TermDefinition
force push or pull
newton Issac Newton
net force combinations of all forces
friction a force that two surfaces rub on each other
static friction objects that have friction but are not moving
sliding friction occurs when two sliding objects move with eachother
rolling friction its less than sliding friction only one slide glides
gravity the force that controls matter
mass the amount of matter in an object
weight gravitational force that makes thing heavy or hard to pick up
mass and acceleration due to gravity weight
free fall when the only force acting on an object is gravity that is what free fall is
air resistance a fluid friction that acts on an object falling through air
projectile object that is thrown
inertia the tenacity of an object to resist a change in motion
Created by: izzzzy