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mass

is the amount of matter in an object.

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weight

is the measure of gravitational pull on an object

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inertia

an object at rest stays at rest, an object in motion stays in motion. more mass=more inertia

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How does the slop of the ramp affect the distance a car travels when it is released?

The greater the slope of the ramp the greather the car's velocity.

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speed

is the distance an object travels in a certain amount of time S=D/T

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momentum

is the measure of an amount of force moving objects have p=mv

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What is Newton's third law?

Every ation there is an equal and opposite reaction

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Why is it crucial to know the volocity of a tornado?

Velocity tells us the speed and direction.

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acceleration

Is the rate at which the velocity of an object changes

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What is a newton?

It is the unit of measurement for force. It is the force required to accelerate a 1Kg mass at s rate os 1 m/s2.

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To find acceleration?

A=(Vf-Vi)/t

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Potential energy

(mass)(acceleration due to gravity)(height)

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Kinetis energy

K.E.=1/2(mass)(velocity)2

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Give two examples of kinetis and potential energy?

K.E.-thermel energy (heat) and sound.

P.E.-gravitational potente energy and glastic potential energy.

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Calculate how much force is required?

F=mass*acceleration

F=60Kg*10m/s2

F-600 N

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