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Roller Coaster

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The rate of change in velocity of an object. acceleration
The energy of an object moving along a curve around a fixed point. Angular momentum
The force needed to create and maintain circular motion. Centripetal force
Velocity increasing or decreasing steadily. Constant acceleration
A scientific test in which there is only one variable. Controlled experiment
A force caused by air rubbing on an object. Drag
The ability to do work. Energy
A push or pull, measured in newtons or lbs. Force
The energy of motion. Kinetic energy
Changing part, as in a scientific experiment. Variable
The speed of an object in an object in a particular direction. Velocity.
The amount of space an object occupies. Volume
A measure of how much gravity is pulling down on an object. Weight
The force of the Earth's pull on an object. Gravity.
Created by: Angrybirdman