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Changes in M, F, D

Changes in Motion, Force, and Direction

When an object is at rest, what energy is the greatest? potential
When an object is in motion, what energy is the greatest? kinetic
Mrs. Goff's dog _____ is kinetic energy. running
Mrs. Goff's dog _____ is potential energy. resting
What is a push or pull? force
All changes in _____ require the input of a force. motion
What is motion? a change in position
What is inertia? to do nothing
An object will stay at rest or in motion until an outside force acts on it. Newton's First Law
Force equals mass times acceleration. Newton's Second Law
Action - reaction law Newton's Third Law
What measures force? Newtons
What measures mass? Kilograms
What measures acceleration? Meters per second squared
When forces are in balance, the object is at _____. rest
When forces are not balanced, the object is in _____. motion
What is speed? how fast something is moving
What is velocity? how fast something is moving and the direction
Created by: goffteam