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Force etdu Mouvement

Force and Motion

Force idea used to describe the cause of motion or a change in the motion of a body.
Newton unit of force.
Gravity FORCE, attractive, between all masses in the universe.
Friction FORCE, opposes the sliding motion of one object in contact with another.
Lubricant SUBSTANCE, capable of reducing friction by making surfaces smooth or slippery
Weight FORCE, due to the attraction between a body and the Earth.
Hooke's Law EXTENSION, elastic SUBSTANCE, directly proportional to extending force.
Electrical Force example charged particles to move in a circuit, this is electrical current.
Frictional Forces example brakes of cars and bicycles to slow down or stop.
Elastic Forces example springs can be used to provide comfort.
Tensile Forces example nylon ropes that hold the weight of mountain climbers.
Compressive Forces example house sitting on foundations
Created by: sciencespook