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force a push or a pull in a particular direction
motion a change in position
friction a force that opposes the motion of one object moving past another
push a force that allows you to move an object away from you
pull a force that allows you to move a object towards you
gravity the force that pulls an object together or toward the ground
balanced forces forces that act together on an object without changing its motion
unbalanced forces forces that do not cancel each other out and that cause an object to change its motion
velocity is the measurement that combines both the speed and direction of a moving objects
speed Is how fast an objects position changes over time
acceleration is the change in velocity over time for an object
momentum Is the product of mass multiplied by velocity
air resistance it increases with velocity but friction usually does not
position is the location of an object
frame of reference is an object or a group of objects which you can measure position or motion
newton first law of motion an object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion unless a outside force is acted upon it
newton second law of motion the greater the force the greater the acceleration
newton third law of motion for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Created by: treyday



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