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8 CK Force & Motion

Force & Motion CK 8 - COMPLETE

TermDefinition
Physics a major science dealing with the fundamental constituents of the universe, the forces they exert on one another, and the results produced by these forces
Force a push or pull on an object or substance that may or may not produce a change
Speed the rate of change in the position of an object or how fast an object is moving
Velocity speed with direction of movement specified or the rate at which an object changes its position
Scalar quantity a quantity that describes magnitude
Net force all the forces on an object added together
Unbalanced forces when there is a net force other than zero – movement takes place
Balanced forces when the net force is zero – no movement takes place
Centripetal Force a center seeking force that causes an object to move in a circular path
Displacement a vector quantity that refers to how far out of place an object ends up; it is the object's change in position
Distance scalar quantity which refers to how much ground an object has covered during its motion
Vector quantity a quantity that tells both magnitude and direction
Created by: artisteacher