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Force, Motion, and Energy

the experimental setup to which you will compare all other setups Control
an investigation in which all the conditions are controlled to test a hypothesis Experimental Investigation
a statement that can be tested and will explain what can happen in an investigation Hypothesis
any condition in an experiment that can be changed Variable
the final or end result Conclusion
a push or a pull Force
the force in which two objects rub against each other (it causes them to heat up and slow down) Friction
a force that pull towards the center of a heavenly body Gravity
a force that can attract or repel magnetic materials Magnetism
can be observed, measured, and described (movement) Motion
put or arranged in a particular place or way Position
how much matter is in something Mass
away from you Push
towards you Pull
how an object feels to the touch Texture
Created by: #Science2019