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motion forces

forces in motion

motion that is describes based on a frame of reference relative motion
any change of position motion
change in the speed or direction of an object's motion acceleration
a certain place position
force that pulls all objects towards each other gravity
a pull or push force
metric unit of force newton
things around you that you use to descibe motion frame of reference
measure of an object's change of position during a unit of time speed
measure of the force of gravity on an object weight
force that keeps two objects that are touching from sliding past each other friction
to find speed you need to know two things distance and time it took
motion is stopped and started by forces
to increase acceleration you need one of these two things more force or same force over longer time
name an instrument used to measure force spring scale
Created by: amycarden