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Forces in Science

Tues, April 3rd, 2018

1. What is a structure? Anything made up of parts put together for a particular purpose or purposes.
2. Explain what the difference is between form and function. Form is the shape and physical appearance of a structure, Function is the task or purpose of a structure.
3. Explain what a force is. A force is a push or pull.
4. What is gravity? The force of attraction between all objects.
5. What is an applied and a non-contact force? An applied force is, forces that push or pull objects when objects come in contact with one another, and an non-contact force is, forces that push or pull things without contact.
6. What is the difference between mass and weight? Mass is, the quantity of matter in an object. Weight is, the force of gravity acting downward on an object.
7. Forces have what? A magnitude and a direction.
Created by: kingxlynx