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What is Motion? The movement of an object in relation to a reference point.
What is force? A push or pull exerted on an object.
How is Force measured? Newtons
Who came up with the laws of Motion? Sir Issac Newton
The first law is also known as the law of ......? Inertia
The Third Law of Motion states that every action has and ....... and ....... reaction. Equal, opposite
What is the formula for finding acceleration F=ma
What is inertia? An object's tendency to resist motion.
What is friction? The forces that two objects exert on each other when they rub against each other.
What is a satellite? An object that stays in the orbit of another object.
What is gravity? The force that pulls objects toward each other.
Created by: 2014bij