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buoyant force experienced by an object exactly equals the weight of the fluid displaced Archimedes principle
lateral pressure exerted by a moving fluid decreases as the fluid's speed increases Bernoulli's principle
most commonly accepted evolutionary view of the origin of matter and energy of the universe big bang theory
If pressure of a gas is constant, volume and temperature are directly proportional Charles Law
Velocity of an object does not change unless an external force acts upon the object 1st law of motion
energy gained or lost by a system equals the energy gained or lost by its surroundings 1st law of thermodynamics
states gravity is an effect of the geometry of space Theory of Relativity
relates the amount of deformation is a result of the force needed to deform the solid Hooke's Law
opposites attract, likes repel Law of Magnetic Poles
If chemical equilibrium is disturbed, the system will react to partially offset the disturbance Le Chatelier's Principle
Shows the relationships between voltage, current and resistance Ohm's Law
states that the universe is lawful, orderly, and operates according to physical laws Principle of Causality
belief with God + evolution Theistic evolution
Created by: Mrs. Sechrist