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Force and motion 1&2

How motion takes affect

a force that resists the movement of one surface past another friction
is the force of attraction that exists between any to objects gravity
is a push or pull that acts on a object force
the distance an object moves in a given time speed
the tendency for an object to remain at rest or in motion inertia
is the force caused by the gravitational attraction of the earth weight
a change in the speed or direction of an moving object velocity
the ability to cause motion and change energy
the speed an direction of an moving object acceleration
is the change in position of an object motion
a change in the position of an object as compared to the set of point drag
a transfer of energy work
the amount of space or matter an object takes up mass
the energy stored in a moving mass momentum
the amount of force that presses on a certain area pressure
the act of directing or aiming direction
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