Kinematics Terms:
Chapter 10.1
Principles of Motion: Chapter 10.2
Forces:
Chapter 10.3
Laws of Physics:
Chapter 10.4
Physical Science Slides
100

The rate at which velocity changes.

Acceleration

100

Push or Pull

Force


100

The force that two surfaces exerts on each other when they rub against each other is called...

Friction

100

Resistance to change in motion

Inertia

100

Measure of the amount of matter in an object

Mass

200

Whenever an objects speed changes, the object __________?

Accelerates

200

Force is measured in this SI unit

Newton

200

Occurs when two solid surfaces slide over each other

Sliding Friction

200

Newtons 1st Law of Motion is..

an object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by a nonzero net force

200

Measure of the force of gravity on an object

Weight

300

During a soccer game, the ball can show three types of acceleration. ____________,____________,______________.

increasing speed

decreasing speed

changing direction

300

The combination of all forces on an object?

Net force  

300

Acts when two objects that arent moving

Static Friction

300

Newtons 2nd Law

States that an objects acceleration depends on its mass and the net force acting on it. 

300

The force exerted between a magnet and a moving, electrically charged particle

Magnetic Field

400

Distance an object travels per unit of time

Speed.

400

Draw a Dog Diagram with a Net Force of 20 to the Left

Draw on Whiteboard

400

Fluids such as air and water are materials that flow easily.

Fluid Friction

400

3rd Law

Every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. 

400

The force that attracts a body toward any other physical body that has mass.

Gravitational Fields

500

Speed in a given direction

Velocity

500

The name of a Force with a Net Force of ZERO 

Balanced

500

When on object rolls across the surface

Rolling Friction

500

Wrote the book called Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy...

Sir Isaac Newton

500

The attractive or repulsive interaction between any two charged objects

Electric fields

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