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# Motion and forces T

How do you calculate speed ? ( distance / time )
How do you calculate Average distance ( total distance / total time )
Ture or false the more momentum an object has the easy it is to stop False
How can a mouse and the whale have the same momentum if the mouse is going fast and the whale is going slow they can have the same momentum.
Acceleration occurs when there is a change when velocity and direction
When the velocity or object changes it is being acted by force
If the net force of the object is equals to zero than the object has balanced forces
Which type of force of posses motion between two surfaces that are are in contact with each other Friction
A tug of war that results in one team pulling the other team across the mend line is an example of unbalanced force
This force is taught by gravity pulling on an object weight
When the mass of the object decreases what happens to interia increases
The force of gravity between the earth and the sun 3rd law
Hitting a tennis ball to make it go further 2nd law
Baseball hits the ground after it's thrown in the air 1st law
The reason for wearing a seat belt in a moving car - 3rd law
The reason for wearing a seat belt in a moving car - 1st law
The reason for wearing a seat belt in a moving car 2nd law
How to find average velocity (total distance/total time )
How to calculate momentum Mass x velocity
How to calculate Force mass x acceleration
This term means a push or a pull force
True or false an object can be accelerating in it's traveling in a constant speed true
Ture or false if a car is slowing down it is still accelerating true
We did a lab where we used different number of rubber bands to increase the acceleration of the plastic car along the track how did the rubber bands increase the acceleration added more force
When we played with straw rockets we pulled down on the rubber bands and the rockets when flying in the air which law physics were we dimentrating 3rd law
Suppose a bullet is fired eastwards form the gun into a stationary wood block if the total momentum is for the ______according to the law of momentum what the law 25
True or false a object that is injected to balanced forces is moving false
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