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Forces

TermDefinition
Force A push or a pull
Newton's first law An object in motion will stay in motion unless acted on by an outside force
Newton's second law force = mass x acceleration
Newton's third law for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Friction force which slows movement
Acceleration force for moving
balanced forces net force is zero
unbalanced forces change in force
gravity force that holds us to Earth
air resistance force that occurs at terminal velocity
mass the amount of matter in something
weight the force of gravity on an object
constant speed forces are balanced in a moving object
contact forces need to be touching to work
non-contact forces do not need to be touching to work
Newton Meter measures the weight of an object (N)
Newton unit of weight
Kg unit of mass
Created by: MissEichler