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0B-Newton's 3rd Law

Newton's Third Law of Motion

TermDefinition
force a push or a pull
system organized group of related objects that interact to complete a task
Interacting Objects objects that affect one another
collide to strike or hit something with any amount of force
motion the change in an object's position with respect to time
Newton SI unit of measurement for force
Newton's Third Law for every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force
spring scale a tool that measures a pulling force
scale a tool that measures a pushing force
mass the amount of matter in an object
weight how much gravity is pulling on an object
volume how much space an object takes up
qualitative evidence that relies on the observations using the five senses
quantitative evidence that is reported in number form
action force a push or a pull directly on an object in one direction
reaction force a push or pull in the opposite direction of the initiating force
contact force a force which acts on an object while physically touching the object
non-contact force a force which acts on an object without coming physically in contact with it
Normal the support force that exists when an object touches the surface of a stable object
F(N) normal force
F(T) tension force
F(A) applied force