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matter forces energy

Newton's First Law This law states that an object at rest, stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
Acceleration This is the change in velocity within a unit of time.
Velocity This is how far an object travels in a specific direction in a certain amount of time.
Speed This is how far an object travels in a certain amount of time.
Direction This is the way that an object moves.
position This is the location where an object is.
reference point This is a non-moving object that other objects are compared to.
non-contact force Magnetism is an example of this.
contact force This is a force that results from two objects touching each other.
vector This is an arrow that shows the direction and magnitude or strength of a force.
motion This is the change in position due to a force.
force This is a push or a pull.
Created by: krusso78