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McCoyPhySciForces

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Curved path an object follows? Projectile Motion
Unbalanced force that cause objects to move in a circular path? Centripetal force
As mass goes up what happens to acceleration? Decreases
As force goes up what happens to acceleration? Increases
Horizontal and vertical velocity combine to form? A curved path
Newton's First Law? If an object is at rest or in motion it will stay that way unless acted upon by an outside force.
Newton's Second Law? F= Mass*Acceleration
Newton's Third Law? Every action has an equal an opposite action.
All objects have the same _________ 9.8 m/s/s Acceleration
Point where object can no longer can accelerate Terminal Velocity
Universal Law of Gravitation says: Larger the mass the larger the ________________ Gravitational Force
Universal Law of Gravitation says: Objects closer together have ____________ gravitational force Larger
Created by: mmccoy