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Forces

TermDefinition
Force push, pull or twist
Mass the amount of matter of something. (measured in kg, g)
Weight the gravitational pull on mass. (measured in newton)
Inertia an object that continues in its state of rest or uniform motion, unless that state is changed by a larger force.
Balanced Force two forces equally weighed.
Unbalanced force One force is bigger than another force.
Gravity a force pulling an object to a bigger mass. Example; us to Earth
Newton the unit force is measured in.
Thrust the force pushing an object met by friction.
Working out the amount of force F = ma Force = Mass x acceleration.
Units Units are things that tell us what the number represents.
Force Multiplier a small force over a large distance
Speed Multiplier a small force with faster speed
Created by: KL.Holmes