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Newton’s LawsNewton’s Lawsof Motion 2of Motion 2

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the cause of acceleration, or change in an object’s velocity.

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Force

Category 1 200

the total of all forces acting on an object

Category 1 200

Net force

Category 1 300

A force that does not change motion

Category 1 300

Balanced force

Category 1 400

The unit Force is measured in.

Category 1 400

Newtons (N)

Category 1 500

What unit is acceleration written in

Category 1 500

m/s2

Category 2 100

The formula to find acceleration

Category 2 100

final speed – initial speed/time

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force/mass

Category 2 200

The formula to find speed.

Category 2 200

distance/time

Category 2 300

the tendency of an object to resist a change in motion.

Category 2 300

inertia

Category 2 400

depends on the masses of the objects and the distance between them.

Category 2 400

Gravitational force

Category 2 500

force that resists motion between surfaces that are in contact.

Category 2 500

friction

Category 3 100

cause a change in motion

Category 3 100

unbalanced force

Category 3 200

force exerted between two objects that are not touching.

Category 3 200

long-range force

Category 3 300

a push or a pull

Category 3 300

force

Category 3 400

force exerted when two objects are touching each other.

Category 3 400

Contact force

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the speed traveled at an instant time.

Category 3 500

Instantaneous speed

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• attraction between two particles of matter due to their mass

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gravity

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• The greater the mass, the greater this is

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inertia

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• States that when an unbalanced force is applied to an object the object accelerates.

• Acceleration = force/mass

• Force = mass x acceleration

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Newton’s Second Law of Motion

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• occurs between surfaces that are sliding

Category 4 400

Sliding friction

occurs between surfaces that are not sliding

Category 4 500

Static friction

Category 4 500

Category 5 100

•states that for every force there is an equal and opposite force.

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Newton’s Third Law of Motion

Category 5 200

• For every action there is an equal and opposite

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reaction

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the motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting on it.

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Free fall

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• a measure of how much matter an object contains.

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mass

Category 5 500

• the maximum velocity reached by a falling object that occurs when the resistance of the medium is equal to the force due to gravity

Category 5 500

Terminal velocity