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Forces in Motion

Force A push or pull
Position The location of an object
Friction A contact force that opposes the motion of an object
Motion A change in the position of an object
Magnetism A non-contact force that pulls objects containing iron
Speed The rate of which an object changes position
Gravity A non-contact force that pulls objects towards one another
What is motion? (4) Change of position Position is location of an object or its place Speed is rate an object changes its position If the motion of an object has a regular pattern, you may be able to predict the future motion
How does force affect motion? (3) It is a push or pull Amount of force used affects the motion Mass, friction, and magnetism affect an object's motion
What is gravity? (2) Non-contact force that pulls objects towards one another The pull of gravity on an object gives the object its weight
Variable speed Speed that changes as it moves
Constant speed Something that does not change how fast or slow it moves
Created by: HPW