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Forces & Motion Tems

QuestionAnswer
friction a force between two surfaces rubbing against each other
gravitation a force that pull object towards each other
force any push or pull on an object
speed the distance an object travels in a given amount of time
acceleration any change in an object's speed or direction. When an object speed up, slows down,stop or changes direction
position an objects place or location
lubricant a substance, such as oil, that coats surfaces that rub against each other it reduces the amount of friction
velocity the speed and direction an object is moving
motion a change in the position of an object
inertia the tendency of a motionless object to remain motionless or the tendency for an object in motion to stay in motion
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