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5th Motion FK1

Motion FK1

Position an object’s place or location
Speed a measure of the distance an object moves in a given amount of time
Velocity an object’s speed in a particular direction
Acceleration a change in motion caused by unbalanced forces or a change in velocity
Momentum a measure of how hard it is to slow down or stop an object
Inertia the property of matter that keeps it moving in a straight line or keeps it at rest
How many Laws of Motion? 3 laws of motion
1st Law of Motion An object at rest will remain at rest, and an object in motion will continue moving in a straight line at a constant speed until an outside force acts on it.
2nd Law of Motion An object’s acceleration depends on the size and direction of the force acting on it and on the mass of the object.
3rd Law of Motion For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Action Force the first force in the third law of motion
Reaction Force the force that pushes or pulls back in the third law of motion
Orbit the path one body in space takes as it revolves around another body; such as that of Earth as it revolves around the sun
Law of Universal Gravitation law that states that all objects in the universe are attracted to all other objects
Created by: ekahl5