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Forces and Motion

Unbalanced Forces Forces that are unequal in size and direction, that change an objects motion.
Friction A force between two surfaces rubbing against each other; friction works against motion.
Energy The ability to make things move or change.
Gravity A force that pulls objects toward each other
Spring Scale A tool used to measure force; A slinky like spring that can be stretched or compressed by a force.
Balanced Forces Forces that act against each other and do not cause a change in motion.
Inertia The tendency of an object to resist a change in motion;
Force A push or pull.
Momentum The measure of motion an object has determined by the objects mass and velocity.
Tension State of being stretched tightly.
Velocity The speed and direction an object is moving.
Newton The unit that the strength of force is measured in.
Created by: jbates07