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Moving Objects 2

Moving Objects: Ch 3B Pt 2

2 bumper cars bouncing back when they hit third law
an object at rest will remain at rest until an unbalanced force acts on it first law
truck requiring more force to travel when fully loaded than when empty second law
an object in motion will stay in motion until an unbalanced force acts on it first law
bowling ball rolling down the alley until it hits a pin first law
it takes more force to move an object with greater mass than less mass second law
rock laying on a flat surface and not moving first law
ice skate blades against the ice melting some of the ice & slowing the skater down friction
motion of a yo-yo traveling up & down a string straight-line motion
motion of moon orbiting around the earth circular
race cars speeding up or slowing down as they move around a corner acceleration
your body continuing to move forward when the car stops suddenly inertia
motion of the top of a snare drum when hit vibrational
why flat piece of paper would hit the ground after crumpled piece air resistance
why bowling ball would weigh less on the moon less gravity
how mass would be affected if object were taken to the moon no change
how weight would be affected if object were taken to the moon weigh less
another name for Newton's 1st law Law of Inertia
Created by: gundermans