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Forces& Motion Study

QuestionAnswer
position location of an object
motion an object's position and how that position changesover time
speed distance/time - distance over time
velocity distance/time+direction - distance over time plus direction
compass measures direction
tape measure measures distance
stopwatch measures time
force a push or a pull on an object
balanced forces no movement
unbalanced forces movement
gravity, friction, magnetism, electricity examples of forces
gravity force that pulls all things toward the center of the Earth
energy the capacity to do work
heat, light, sound, electrical, chemical, mechanical forms of energy
machine a tool that replaces human work
inertia an object in motion will stay in motion or an object at rest will stay at rest, unless acted upon by an outside force
friction a force. It stops motion.
Created by: Cadybug7