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Forces In Motion

The scientist who developed the 3 Laws of Motion. Sir Isaac Newton
The force that causes lightning. Electrical force
This keeps your pictures on the refrigerator Magnetism
The force that cannot be blocked Gravity
A bicycle uses this force to slow down or stop. Friction
The planets stay in orbit because of this force. Gravity
Maglev trains use this force to float above the track. Magnetism
This force is caused when two objects are rubbed together. Friction
This force causes your hair to stand up towards a balloon. Electrical force
The force that causes your body to rise up out of your seat at the top of a hill on a rollercoaster. Inertia
A push or pull that one body exerts on another. Force
Electricity and Magnetism can both ___________ and ___________ on different objects. Push and pull
When forces are balanced, they are in a state of ____________. Equilibrium
Created by: tlafond