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Roller Coasters AK

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the rate of change in velocity of an object acceleration
the energy of an object moving object along a curve around a fixed point angular momentum
the force needed to create and maintain circular motion centripetal force
the tendency of moving to move outward into space along the same straight line centrifugal force
velocity increasing or decreasing steadily constant acceleration
a scientific test in which there is only one variable controlled experiment
a non-scientific word for acceleration that is decreasing deceleration
a force caused by air rubbing on an object drag
the ability to do work energy
a push or pull force
a force created by the rubbing of two objects against each other friction
the force of the Earth's pull on an object gravity
the tendency of an object at rest to stay at rest and an object in motion to stay in motion inertia
the energy of motion kinetic energy
energy cannot be created or destroyed, only change in its form Laws of Conservation of Energy
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