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Physics chapter 3 ex

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F.M.A Newtons 2nd law
friction force that prevents two surfaces from sliding past each other static friction
friction force that opposed motion between 2 surfaces sliding past each other sliding friction
opposed the athe air air resistance
highest speed a falling object will reach terminal velocity
attractive force between any 2 objects gravity
4 basic forces in nature gravity electromagnetic strong nuclear weak nuclear
object falling with just gravity acting on it free fall
follows a curved path projectiles
accleration towards the center of a curved or cirular path cnetripital accleration
force that keeps an object moving in a circular path centripital force
for every action ther is an equal and opposite reaction newtons 3rd law
what ever teh momentum you start with thats what youend with law of conservation of momentum
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