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Chapter 14

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what is aerospace engineering?
what level of education is required to become an aerospace engineering?
the law of inertia is also known as ____.
how can force be calculated for an object with constant mass?
what is newton's third law of motion?
_____ is the study of study of fluids and the other forces that act on them.
_____ is the study of how air flows around solid objects.
the mass of an object multiplied by its velocity is its ____.
the ____ theory of lift relies on the idea an increase in fluid speed creates a decrease in preassure.
as air passes over a wing, the air turned downward producing ____.
the ____ is the angle of the wing in relation to the airplane body.
what is the most common propulsion system in modern aircraft?
the upward angle of a wing that provides increased stability to the plane is called ____.
the voyager spacecraft, which collected information from other planets, was a type of ____.
Created by: Abby Lopez