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Force A push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change direction.
Work A change in the position of the object. This force only happens if the object moves.
Gravity A pull on objects towards each other. Also, the force that pulls objects toward the center of Earth
Friction A force where objects resist each others motion when they slide over each other. This causes objects to slow down.
Air resistance A type of friction found in the air on Earth.
Magnetic Force Can cause objects to move without being touched by attraction. Can also repel objects.
Mechanical Energy The energy of moving objects or motion.
Sound Energy Energy produced from vibrations and travels in waves.
Light Energy Energy that can travel through space and is seen by the human eye.
Electrical Energy The flow of energy (electrons) through a conductor.
Thermal Energy The type of energy that causes a change in temperature of objects.
Energy Transformations Energy changes from one form to another through interactions with objects.
Hypothesis What you think will happen in an experiment
Variable What can be changed in an testable experiment. Only 1 can be changed for accurate results.
Control Variable The variable that does not change.
Experimental Variable The variable that does change.
Conclusion What happened in the experiment based on your data.
Position Where something is located.
Motion How the object is moving (direction and speed).
Created by: ccoipel