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Forces that cause Motion Vocabulary
Force
Supportive force
Elastic force
Friction
a push or a pull on an object
a force that balances gravity (does not always equal gravity)…
stretching or compressing- PUSH OR PULL
rubbing force that keeps objects from moving. Friction can al…
Force
a push or a pull on an object
Supportive force
a force that balances gravity (does not always equal gravity)…
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Forces Causing Movement
force
contact forces
friction
non-contact forces
A push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change…
When one object touches another. Example: Baseball and bat
A force that slows or stops motion when objects rub together
a force that one object can apply to another object without t…
force
A push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change…
contact forces
When one object touches another. Example: Baseball and bat
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Forces that cause earthquakes
compression
tension
shear
fault
the force that squeezes rocks together
the force that pulls rocks apart
the force that causes rock on either side of a fault to slide…
when rocks break, this is the surface they move across
compression
the force that squeezes rocks together
tension
the force that pulls rocks apart
Forces that Cause Motion Vocabulary
motion
speed
constant speed
non-constant speed
the act of changing your place or position
The distance an object travels in one unit of time; distance…
when an object travels at an unchanging rate; not speeding up…
when an object travels at a changing rate by speeding up or s…
motion
the act of changing your place or position
speed
The distance an object travels in one unit of time; distance…
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Forces That Cause Motion- all words
Interval
Constant Speed
Linear
Non-Constant Speed
a period of time between two events OR a space between two po…
unchanging speed, travels same distance each second (whether…
represents a constant speed with a straight line on a line gr…
changing speed, speeds up or slows down
Interval
a period of time between two events OR a space between two po…
Constant Speed
unchanging speed, travels same distance each second (whether…
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Forces & Causes of revolutions
industrialization
Political revolution
Republicanism
Liberalism
The process of converting an Agriculture society to a large p…
a violent overthrow of an existing gov.
marked by separation of powers and representation of the peop…
Favoring individual, political and economic freedom, with lim…
industrialization
The process of converting an Agriculture society to a large p…
Political revolution
a violent overthrow of an existing gov.
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Forces caused by magnetic fields
What do experiments how of a stationar…
When does a force have a maximum value
When doe the magnetic force have a min…
What is the rule that relates velocity…
That it doesn't interact with a static magnetic field
When the charged particle is traveling in a direction perpend…
When the charged particles traveling along the magnetic field…
Third Right hand rule
What do experiments how of a stationar…
That it doesn't interact with a static magnetic field
When does a force have a maximum value
When the charged particle is traveling in a direction perpend…
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Changes caused by force
Force
Contact Force
Non Contact Force
Motion
a push or pull on an object
a push or a pull on one object by another object that is touc…
a force that one object applies to another object without tou…
the process of changing position.
Force
a push or pull on an object
Contact Force
a push or a pull on one object by another object that is touc…
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Forces Cause Change & Newtons Laws
Force
Balanced Force
Unbalanced Force
Friction
A push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change…
Two forces acting in opposite directions that are equal and r…
Two forces acting in opposite directions that are not equal a…
The restrictive force that opposes motion, which is caused by…
Force
A push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change…
Balanced Force
Two forces acting in opposite directions that are equal and r…
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Forces that Cause Motion Vocabulary
motion
force
balanced forces
unbalanced forces
the act of changing your place or position
a push or pull
equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions; does…
a non-zero force, which changes an object's motion
motion
the act of changing your place or position
force
a push or pull
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Slow Forces that Cause Change
Weathering
Erosion
Deposition
Glacier
The breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces
The movement of weathered rock
The dropping off of weathered rock
Mass of ice that moves slowly across the land
Weathering
The breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces
Erosion
The movement of weathered rock
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Forces that cause changes in landforms over time
Examples of weathering
Examples of erosion
Examples of Deposition
Examples of plate movements
Examples of Weathering waves constantly crashing into a cliff…
sand being carried away from a beach by wind or water, sedime…
formation of a delta, a river getting narrower and shallower…
Volcanoes, Earthquakes
Examples of weathering
Examples of Weathering waves constantly crashing into a cliff…
Examples of erosion
sand being carried away from a beach by wind or water, sedime…
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Skeletal Muscle and Forces that Cause Movement
List the four skeletal muscle fibers.
What is the Fascicles?
What is the Perimysium?
What is the Epimysium?
Fascicles... Perimysium... Epimysium... Tendon
Bundle of fibers grouped together
Connective tissue surrounding the fascicles
Tissue encasing the entire muscle
List the four skeletal muscle fibers.
Fascicles... Perimysium... Epimysium... Tendon
What is the Fascicles?
Bundle of fibers grouped together
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6.1: Force Causes Acceleration
when forces acting on an object are in…
unbalanced forces acting on an object…
net force:
acceleration depends on
a state of equilibrium
accelerate
the combination of forces acting on an object
the net force
when forces acting on an object are in…
a state of equilibrium
unbalanced forces acting on an object…
accelerate
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Forces that Cause Evolution (Lampe Lecture 4)
Mutation
Mutation as an evolutionary force
Migration (Gene flow)
Genetic Drift
Ultimate source of genetic variability... Occur constantly in DN…
Not important cause of evolution by itself b/c it does not oc…
Movement of alleles between populations... Tends to eliminate ge…
Change in the allele frequencies due to random chance... Much mo…
Mutation
Ultimate source of genetic variability... Occur constantly in DN…
Mutation as an evolutionary force
Not important cause of evolution by itself b/c it does not oc…
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Science 11-1 Forces that cause Earthquakes
compression
tension
shear
why is the earth's surface always in c…
force that moves rocks together, occurs at convergent boundary
force that moves rocks apart, occurs at divergent boundary
force that moves rocks past each other, occurs at transform b…
because of forces inside the planet
compression
force that moves rocks together, occurs at convergent boundary
tension
force that moves rocks apart, occurs at divergent boundary
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Causative-Passive (to be forced to do something)
食べる
行く
まつ
読む
食べさせられる
行かされる
またされる
読まされる
食べる
食べさせられる
行く
行かされる
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Matter in Motion - Chapter 3.2 Forces Cause Motion
force
friction
gravity
law of universal gravitation
the pushing or pulling action of one object upon another
the resistance caused by moving one object against another
the attraction objects have for each other
a particle of matter will attract another particle with a for…
force
the pushing or pulling action of one object upon another
friction
the resistance caused by moving one object against another
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10 forces that caused Puritanism to fail
1.
2.
3.
4.
Desire to do good (natural desire for everyone)
Disliking closed life
Resent the power of the few over the many
Change in economy conditions
1.
Desire to do good (natural desire for everyone)
2.
Disliking closed life
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Causation - Proximate Cause (Scope of Liability): Intervening Force/Superseding Cause
Intervening Force Defined:
Liability with an Intervening Force:
Superseding Cause Defined:
What is the main takeaway from a Super…
One which actually operates in producing harm to another afte…
Defendant will be held liable ONLY when they should reasonabl…
An act of a third person or other force which by its interven…
It eliminates liability of the original act.
Intervening Force Defined:
One which actually operates in producing harm to another afte…
Liability with an Intervening Force:
Defendant will be held liable ONLY when they should reasonabl…
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CPC - Probable Cause & Reasonable Force EXAM 2
Probable Cause reqs (3)
Texas v Brown - holding
Draper v US - holding
Payton v New York - holding
- Objective ... - Reasonably reliable facts ... - Totality of circu…
- Common-sense standard for PC... - Practical probability of cri…
- Facts within officer's knowledge are reasonably trustworthy…
- Absent exigent circumstances ... - Warrantless entry is uncons…
Probable Cause reqs (3)
- Objective ... - Reasonably reliable facts ... - Totality of circu…
Texas v Brown - holding
- Common-sense standard for PC... - Practical probability of cri…
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I was forced to (causative-passive sentences)
あける
まつ
たべる
うたう
あけさせられる
またさせる
たべさせられる
うたわさせれる
あける
あけさせられる
まつ
またさせる
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mechanical forces that can cause injury to muscle/ Muscle injuries
Compression
Tension
Shearing
Muscle Injuries
compression or impact to muscle
pulling away from each other
pull up and down
R.I.C.E.
Compression
compression or impact to muscle
Tension
pulling away from each other
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NEUROPATHIES ASSOCIATED WITH MALIGNANCY or Caused by Physical forces
local effects, complications of therap…
mononeuropathy
chemo, radiation, poor nutrition (cach…
Paraneoplastic neuropathies
Neuropathies associated with cancers may stem from
Direct infiltration or compression of peripheral nerves by tu…
Damage to nerves can be caused by
these occur at any time during the patient's course, but ofte…
local effects, complications of therap…
Neuropathies associated with cancers may stem from
mononeuropathy
Direct infiltration or compression of peripheral nerves by tu…
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Chapter 24: Magnets- Permanent and Temporary & Forces Caused By Magnetic Fields
Polarized
Magnetic Field
Magnetic Flux
First right-hand rule
when electrons concentrate at one end of an object
The area of magnetic force around a magnet
A measure of the strength of a magnetic field over a given ar…
a method used to determine the direction of a magnetic field…
Polarized
when electrons concentrate at one end of an object
Magnetic Field
The area of magnetic force around a magnet
Forces or causes of Evolution and Cells, DNA, Protein SynthesisInheritance
Spontaneous changes in existing genes
Spread of genetic material between pop…
random change in gene frequency from o…
Reproduction of the fittest
Mutation
Gene Flow
Genetic Drift
Natural Selection
Spontaneous changes in existing genes
Mutation
Spread of genetic material between pop…
Gene Flow
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Balko Ch. 4: The 1960s - From Root Causes to Brute Force
Castle Doctrine
general warrants
Ker v CA (1963)
exigent circumstances
- man's home is his castle and should be protected/respected…
-warrants that provide the LEO with broad discretion to searc…
-questionable evidence of Ker selling pot, police enter his a…
-warrant exceptions-- LEO has probable cause but no time to s…
Castle Doctrine
- man's home is his castle and should be protected/respected…
general warrants
-warrants that provide the LEO with broad discretion to searc…
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Causative&Passive (made/forced, allowed, was allowed,etc)
Group 1: ~aseru (ikaseru, mataseru,etc…
Forcer は Forced に Thing を Verb (Trans.…
母は私に寿司を食べさせました
先生は学生を校長先生の事務室に行かせました
Causative form:... Someone was made to do something by someone e…
"someone makes someone do something" form
My mom made me eat sushi
The teacher made the student go to the principal's office
Group 1: ~aseru (ikaseru, mataseru,etc…
Causative form:... Someone was made to do something by someone e…
Forcer は Forced に Thing を Verb (Trans.…
"someone makes someone do something" form
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W.I.T.S. - Lecture 2, Section IV - Skeletal Muscle and Forces that Cause Movement - Chpt. 3
Skeletal Muscle Properties
Skeletal Muscle Fiber
Fascicles
Perimysium
1. Voluntary (requires a message sent via CNS)... 2. Consists of…
1. Fascicles... 2. Perimysium... 3. Epimysium... 4. Tendon
-Part of the Skeletal Muscle Fibers... -Bundle of fibers grouped…
-Part of the Skeletal Muscle Fibers... -Connective tissue surrou…
Skeletal Muscle Properties
1. Voluntary (requires a message sent via CNS)... 2. Consists of…
Skeletal Muscle Fiber
1. Fascicles... 2. Perimysium... 3. Epimysium... 4. Tendon
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How do Metro-Wide Demographics and Economic Forces - through an array of Housing Submarkets, Cause Neighborhood Change?
Housing Quality Submarkets
Demand
Supply - Market Period
Equilibrium in Market Period
Low, Middle, High
If MV increases, then households willing and able to occupy w…
Owner will offer a dwelling for occupancy if actual MV is gre…
Where supply and demand curves intersect
Housing Quality Submarkets
Low, Middle, High
Demand
If MV increases, then households willing and able to occupy w…
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Unit 6: Tragedy and Noble Cause Corruption; Death and Bereavement; and Deadly Force and Guilt
Tragedy may arise from the conflict of…
An explanation of "ends justify the me…
The Geneva Convention stipulates that…
Kant often spoke of the "greater good,…
T
T
T
F
Tragedy may arise from the conflict of…
T
An explanation of "ends justify the me…
T
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WORLD CITIES Forcing Urbanisation to cause Economic Development - China/Shanghai (Economic development and change related to urbanisation)
Urban population growth rate
Inequalities in foreign inward investm…
Pros of forced urbanisation
# of people the government wants to mo…
+2.6% per year - one of the fastest in the world
established coastal cities being better for trade than inland…
modernise and strengthen the economy... tackle poverty... reduce th…
300-500 million
Urban population growth rate
+2.6% per year - one of the fastest in the world
Inequalities in foreign inward investm…
established coastal cities being better for trade than inland…
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*(48-47-17)* What is the factor that favors filtrate formation from forming at the glomerulus? 47 What is the chief force pushing water and solutes across the filtration membrane called? 17 What is the most important force causing net water flow across ca
180L
kidneys
Freely filtered (1)
filtration membrane
An average of _________ of filtrate is produced daily by the…
An average of 180L of filtrate is produced daily by the _____…
Small substances such as *water, glucose, amino acids, ions,…
Freely filtered is a small substances such as* water, glucose…
180L
An average of _________ of filtrate is produced daily by the…
kidneys
An average of 180L of filtrate is produced daily by the _____…
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Forces
The action or process of moving or bei…
The forces pushing (or pulling) an obj…
The amount of matter in an object
Something that does work or causes a c…
motion
balanced force
mass
force
The action or process of moving or bei…
motion
The forces pushing (or pulling) an obj…
balanced force
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Forces
The action or process of moving or bei…
The forces pushing (or pulling) an obj…
The amount of matter in an object
Something that does work or causes a c…
motion
balanced force
mass
force
The action or process of moving or bei…
motion
The forces pushing (or pulling) an obj…
balanced force
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Forces
Forces
Net Force
Unbalanced Force
Balanced Force
Push or Pull
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
a force that cause a change in the object's velocity (in moti…
a force that does not change an object's velocity (not in mot…
Forces
Push or Pull
Net Force
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
20 terms
Forces
Forces
Net Force
Unbalanced Force
Balanced Force
Push or Pull
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
a force that cause a change in the object's velocity (in moti…
a force that does not change an object's velocity (not in mot…
Forces
Push or Pull
Net Force
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
20 terms
Forces
Forces
Net Force
Unbalanced Force
Balanced Force
Push or Pull
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
a force that cause a change in the object's velocity (in moti…
a force that does not change an object's velocity (not in mot…
Forces
Push or Pull
Net Force
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
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Forces
force
balanced force
unbalanced force
net force
a push or pull upon an object resulting from the object's int…
when forces on an object are of equal magnitude and in opposi…
when forces on an object do not cancel out; causes acceleration
the sum of all the forces acting on an object
force
a push or pull upon an object resulting from the object's int…
balanced force
when forces on an object are of equal magnitude and in opposi…
19 terms
Forces
Force
Contact Force
Noncontact Force
Gravity
A push or pull
When two forces are touching
Force that one object (exerts) (effects) on another when not…
A force of attraction between objects that is due to their ma…
Force
A push or pull
Contact Force
When two forces are touching
16 terms
Forces
force
balanced force
unbalanced force
net force
a push or pull upon an object resulting from the object's int…
when forces on an object are of equal magnitude and in opposi…
when forces on an object do not cancel out; causes acceleration
the sum of all the forces acting on an object
force
a push or pull upon an object resulting from the object's int…
balanced force
when forces on an object are of equal magnitude and in opposi…
30 terms
Forces
Forces
Net Force
Unbalanced Force
Balanced Force
Push or Pull
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
a force that cause a change in the object's velocity (in moti…
a force that does not change an object's velocity (not in mot…
Forces
Push or Pull
Net Force
Total Amount of Force acting on an object
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Forces
Force
Balanced force
Unbalanced force
Newton
A push or a pull
Equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions
two or more forces that are not equal and opposite of one ano…
SI unit of force
Force
A push or a pull
Balanced force
Equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions
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Forces
Friction
Inertia
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are tou…
An objects resistance to a change in motion. Based on mass, t…
an object at rest will stay at rest, an object that is moving…
Force equals mass times acceleration (F = ma) The common sens…
Friction
A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are tou…
Inertia
An objects resistance to a change in motion. Based on mass, t…
29 terms
Forces
Force
Net force
Unbalanced Forces
Balanced Force
A push or a pull exerted on an object
The overall force on an object when all the individual forces…
A nonzero net force, which changes an object's motion
Equal forces acting upon an object in opposite directions
Force
A push or a pull exerted on an object
Net force
The overall force on an object when all the individual forces…
14 terms
Forces
force
net force
inertia
Newton's First Law of Motion
a push or a pull
the combination of all the forces acting on an object
the tendency of all objects to resist a change in motion
an object at rest stays at rest, and an object in motion stay…
force
a push or a pull
net force
the combination of all the forces acting on an object
13 terms
Forces
Newton's 1st law
Newton's 2nd law
Newton's 3rd law
force
An object at rest will remain at rest, and an object in motio…
An object that has an unbalanced force will accelerate in the…
For every action (force) exerted on an object, that object wi…
a "push" or "pull"
Newton's 1st law
An object at rest will remain at rest, and an object in motio…
Newton's 2nd law
An object that has an unbalanced force will accelerate in the…
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Forces
Momentum
Centripetal force
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
The property or tendency of a moving object to continue movin…
Any force that keeps an object moving in a circle
Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in…
The relationship between an object's mass m, its acceleration…
Momentum
The property or tendency of a moving object to continue movin…
Centripetal force
Any force that keeps an object moving in a circle
33 terms
Forces
Force
push force
pull force
stationary object
A push or pull exerted on an object
use force to move an object away from you
Use force to move an object towards you
an object that is not moving or an object at rest
Force
A push or pull exerted on an object
push force
use force to move an object away from you
26 terms
Forces
force
newton
net force
unbalanced force
A push or a pull
A unit of measure that equals the force required to accelerat…
The combination of all forces acting on an object
Forces that produce a nonzero net force, which changes an obj…
force
A push or a pull
newton
A unit of measure that equals the force required to accelerat…
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