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Rainbow 4-6

Acceration Due to Gravity, Play Ball and Making Waves

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True or False. Any two objects, regardless of their mass, have the same acceleration under gravity? True
Acceleration due to gravity is? Constant That is, it is the same for every object.
Why does a feather not fall at the same rate as a brick? Because of friction
What's the acceleration rate of any object dropped from above the earth? 9.8 meters per second for every second it travels. For every additional second of falling, its velocity would increase by 9.8 meters per second: 19.6 meters per second after two seconds, 29.4 after three, 39.2 after four, 49.0 after five, and so on
What is an orbit? A circular motion
Wave motion results from the action of focres on what? Fluid (substances that "Flow."
Is air a fluid? Yes -- it moves in waves
What is the branch of mathematics that deals with waves and other curves? Trigonometry
What is the process that makes strings on musical instruments, sound, earth tremors, light, radio signals, and X-rays to be compressed and expanded. Vibration
Created by: jabby2us