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Force and Motion

Acceleration change in an object’s motion (position, direction, speed); caused by unbalanced forces
Average speed the total distance traveled by an object over a total amount of time
Balanced force equal and opposite forces on an object that result in no change in position, direction, or motion
Constant speed when an object’s speed remains unchanged
Displacement how far an object has moved from its original position; the difference between the final and initial positions
Kinetic energy energy of motion
Potential energy stored energy of an object because of its position or shape
Unbalanced force unequal forces on an object that may result in a change in position, direction, or motion
direction a line leading to a place or point
Inclined plane a simple machine for elevating objects
Force influence that results in motion, stress, etc. when applied
Graph a visual representation of the relations between quantities
Newton (N) SI unit of forces
Position the particular part of space occupied by something
Relative motion calculation of the motion of an object with regard to some other moving object.
Simple machine a device for overcoming resistance at one point by applying force at some other point
Speed a rate at which something happens
Spring Scale a balance that measure weight by the tension on a helical spring
Created by: brown5tx