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6-Laws of Motion *

Laws of Motion

Force of Gravity a force that PULLS every object toward the center of the Earth
Weight how hard gravity pulls on an object
Magnetic Forces using magnets as a force
Electrostatic Forces using static electricity as a force
Mechanical Forces a push or pull of one object to another
Friction a force that slows things down
Spring Force When an object changes shape when a force is applied to them.
Newton's First Law of Motion Things do not change their motion unless a force acts on them.
Newton's Second Law of Motion When a force continues to act on an object, it will continue to move - unless acted upon by another force.
Potential Energy stored energy
Kinetic Energy the energy of motion
Newton's Third Law of Motion for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Motion the change in an objects position
Force a push or pull that causes an object to move, stop
Created by: jackie_mulkey