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force and motion

vocab

TermDefinition
force a push or pull
motion a change in position of an object
net force finding total amount of force acting on am object
speed distance divided by time
velocity speed with direction
momentum the power of a moving object
acceleration the change in velocity
newton's 1st law of motion object resting/moving will continue to rest/move until an force changes it
newton's 2nd law of motion the acceleration of an object depends on its mass and the force needed
newton's 3rd law of motion when one object exerts a force on another, the other object exerts an equal and opposite force back on it
accelerometer tool that uses newton's 1st law to show change in velocity
spring scale tool used to measure any force, unit is N
opposing forces forces that work in opposite directions
Created by: srapcan