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Physics Test


Gravity force that attracts a body toward any other physical body having mass.
Gravity pulls objects at 9.8 m/s
Energy the ability to work
Energy can never be_______ created or destroyed
Work being engaged in physical activity in order to achieve a purpose or result.
Different Types of energy Radiant, Electrical, Chemical, Sound, Thermal, Nuclear, Mechanical, Magnetic
Kinetic Energy the energy an object has become of its motion.
Potential Energy energy stored an object
Newton's First Law of Motion An object at rest will remain in rest and an object in motion will stay in motion unless a force acts on it.
Newton's Second Law of Motion Show force, mass, and acceleration are related.
Newton's Third Law of Motion for every action there is a exerted on an object, the object will exert an equal and opposite reaction force.
Created by: Kaylah Newman