#### Study sets matching "forces newton's physics"

#### Study sets matching "forces newton's physics"

What is Inertia?

How is mass related to inertia?

Provide three examples of how mass is…

What does Newton's 1st Law of Motion m…

The tendency of an object to resist a change in motion

Formula momentum = mass x velocity demonstrates direct relati…

WATER, ROPE, GROUND

an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays…

What is Inertia?

The tendency of an object to resist a change in motion

How is mass related to inertia?

Formula momentum = mass x velocity demonstrates direct relati…

Forces describe

A force is responsible for

The SI unit for force is

The weight of an object

the interactions between an object and its environment

a change in velocity with respect to time-an acceleration

Newton (N)

is a measure of magnitude of the gravitational force exerted…

Forces describe

the interactions between an object and its environment

A force is responsible for

a change in velocity with respect to time-an acceleration

Newton's First Law (Inertia)

Newton's Second Law (F=ma)

Newton's Third Law (action/reaction)

Example of Newton's Third Law

An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motions stay…

A net force gives a mass acceleration. ... An object changes its…

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction

A basketball bouncing off the ground. The two objects hit eac…

Newton's First Law (Inertia)

An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motions stay…

Newton's Second Law (F=ma)

A net force gives a mass acceleration. ... An object changes its…

force

Mechanical Equilibrium

contact forces

applied forces

a push or pull ;causes objects to accelerate of change direct…

all forces acting on an object are equal to zero

two objects touching each other cause a movement

force applied by an object or person

force

a push or pull ;causes objects to accelerate of change direct…

Mechanical Equilibrium

all forces acting on an object are equal to zero

Newton's First Law

Newton's Second Law

Newton's Third Law

Weight

An object at rest stays at rest, and an object in motion stay…

When a net external force acts upon an object, that object ac…

When object A exerts a force on object B, B exerts an equal s…

The gravitational force exerted on an object by the Earth w=ma

Newton's First Law

An object at rest stays at rest, and an object in motion stay…

Newton's Second Law

When a net external force acts upon an object, that object ac…

Newton's First Law

Second Law

Third Law

Gravity

an object at rest stays at rest and vice versa. (law of mass)

F=ma; bigger mass, less acceleration, more force and vice versa

Forces are equal and opposite

force between earth and another object

Newton's First Law

an object at rest stays at rest and vice versa. (law of mass)

Second Law

F=ma; bigger mass, less acceleration, more force and vice versa

Force

Inertia

Unbalanced Forces

Balanced Forces

The push or pull on an object having magnitude and direction

The tendency of an object to resist changing it's velocity

When two forces of equal magnitude are in opposite directions

When forces don't have an opposite force equaling it out

Force

The push or pull on an object having magnitude and direction

Inertia

The tendency of an object to resist changing it's velocity

force

weight force (W)

normal force (R)

tension (T)

-push or pull... -unit (N)

-force of gravity acting on a mass... -points downward... -W=mg

-surface contact force... -always perpendicular to the surface

-a pull force only... -acts in the direction of the string

force

-push or pull... -unit (N)

weight force (W)

-force of gravity acting on a mass... -points downward... -W=mg

What is a force? What unit of force do…

What word did Newton use for an object…

How are mass and inertia related?

If the forces on an object add up to z…

push or pull. newton

inertia

more mass = more inertia

balanced, equilibrium, constant

What is a force? What unit of force do…

push or pull. newton

What word did Newton use for an object…

inertia

Force

Contact Force

Field Force

Force Diagram

The cause of a change in acceleration, or the change in an ob…

A force that arises from the physical contact of two objects.

A force that can exist between objects, even in the absence o…

A diagram of the objects involved in a situation and the forc…

Force

The cause of a change in acceleration, or the change in an ob…

Contact Force

A force that arises from the physical contact of two objects.

Free Fall

Mass

Inertia

Acceleration

object moving vertically due to gravity only

fundamental physical property of matter; amount of matter con…

the resistance to change in motion

the rate of change of velocity

Free Fall

object moving vertically due to gravity only

Mass

fundamental physical property of matter; amount of matter con…

free-body diagram

mechanics

kinematics

magnetic field strength

a digram that illustrates the forces acting on a system or ob…

the study of the forces acting on objects large enough to see…

the study of motion itself in terms of position, velocity, an…

the quantitative measure of the magnetic force within the reg…

free-body diagram

a digram that illustrates the forces acting on a system or ob…

mechanics

the study of the forces acting on objects large enough to see…

What is Newton's first law of motion?

What is Newton's first law also called?

What is mass?

What is Newton's Second Law of Motion?

Every object continues in its state of rest, or of uniform ve…

Law of inertia

The measure of inertia of an object

Acceleration is directly proportional to force and inversely…

What is Newton's first law of motion?

Every object continues in its state of rest, or of uniform ve…

What is Newton's first law also called?

Law of inertia

Force

Contact forces

Field forces

Fundamental Forces

• Usually think of a ____ as a push or pull... • Vector quantity…

___ ___ result from physical contact between two objects

____ _____ act between disconnected objects

• Types... - Strong nuclear force ... - Electromagnetic force ... - We…

Force

• Usually think of a ____ as a push or pull... • Vector quantity…

Contact forces

___ ___ result from physical contact between two objects

what is another name for newton's firs…

Dynamics deals with what?

kinematics and dynamics together form…

If no net force acts on an object, it…

newton's law of inertia

causes of motion

mechanics

rest; constant speed

what is another name for newton's firs…

newton's law of inertia

Dynamics deals with what?

causes of motion

What is a force?

What unit of force do we use in physics?

How are mass and inertia related?

If the forces on an object add up to z…

forces are a push or a pull

newtons

more mass = more inertia

balanced, equilibrium, constant

What is a force?

forces are a push or a pull

What unit of force do we use in physics?

newtons

Newton's first law

Equilibrium Situation

Newton's second law

Newton's third law

An object remains at rest, or constant velocity, unless it's…

Apposing forces are equal which they won't accelerate

If there is a non-zero net force on a body, then it will acce…

For every action force there is an equal, but opposite, react…

Newton's first law

An object remains at rest, or constant velocity, unless it's…

Equilibrium Situation

Apposing forces are equal which they won't accelerate

force

state of motion

net force

newtons (N)

push or pull

a force is always required to change an object's ___________…

combination of all the forces acting on an object

units for force

force

push or pull

state of motion

a force is always required to change an object's ___________…

dynamics

Newton's laws of motion

classical mechanics

force

The study of forces and torques and their effects on motion

Three physical laws that create the foundation of classical m…

Uses the set of physical laws that describe the motion of bod…

Anything that causes an object to undergo a certain change. T…

dynamics

The study of forces and torques and their effects on motion

Newton's laws of motion

Three physical laws that create the foundation of classical m…

Force

An unbalanced force acting on an object.

System

Contact Forces

A vector quantity describing the push or pull on an object (m…

What are all accelerations the result of?

The object or objects of interest that can interact with each…

Exist when an object from the external world touches a system…

Force

A vector quantity describing the push or pull on an object (m…

An unbalanced force acting on an object.

What are all accelerations the result of?

the action or process of moving or bei…

the property of matter by which it ret…

The forces pushing (or pulling) an obj…

a body of coherent matter, usually of…

motion

inertia

balanced force

mass

the action or process of moving or bei…

motion

the property of matter by which it ret…

inertia

Force

Balanced Forces

Unbalanced Forces

Net Force

A push or pull exerted on an object.

Equal forces that cancel out.

When one force is more powerful than the other.

When two forces add up.

Force

A push or pull exerted on an object.

Balanced Forces

Equal forces that cancel out.

action force

agent

force

interaction

one of the pairs of forced described in newton's 3rd law.

source of a force

vector quantity that is a measure of the push or pull that ac…

mutual action between objects where each object exerts simult…

action force

one of the pairs of forced described in newton's 3rd law.

agent

source of a force

Force

Contact Force

Field Force

Free Body Diagram

An action (push/pull) exerted on an object that causes change…

Applied Force//Any force that requires contact to enforced

Bodies which interact without physically touching each other/…

Diagram which identifies all the forces acting on an object b…

Force

An action (push/pull) exerted on an object that causes change…

Contact Force

Applied Force//Any force that requires contact to enforced

Newton's 1st Law

Newton's 2nd Law

Newton's 3rd Law

Internal forces

An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays…

The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is d…

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Fgrav, Fspring

Newton's 1st Law

An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays…

Newton's 2nd Law

The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is d…

Force

Newton's First Law

Weight

Force of Gravity

A push or pull that one object exerts on another. May occur t…

Objects in motion tend to stay in motion and objects at rest…

The pull or force of Gravity acting on an object.

Weight

Force

A push or pull that one object exerts on another. May occur t…

Newton's First Law

Objects in motion tend to stay in motion and objects at rest…

Force

net force

weight

force of friction

push or a pull

single force that could replace all individual forces acting…

force of a planet on a nearby object

force of a surface on an object. acts parallel to the surface

Force

push or a pull

net force

single force that could replace all individual forces acting…

Force

Newton's First Law

Weight

Force of Gravity

A push or pull that one object exerts on another. May occur t…

Objects in motion tend to stay in motion and objects at rest…

The pull or force of Gravity acting on an object.

Weight

Force

A push or pull that one object exerts on another. May occur t…

Newton's First Law

Objects in motion tend to stay in motion and objects at rest…

Applied Force

Applied Force

Applied Force

Gravitational Force

object pushing or pulling on another object

Usually goes the direction the object is moving

Symbol is FA

Also known as weight

Applied Force

object pushing or pulling on another object

Applied Force

Usually goes the direction the object is moving

force

acceleration

inertia

normal force

Any influence that tends to accelerate an object; a push or p…

The rate at which velocity changes. Change may be in magnitud…

The reluctance of any body to change its state of motion. Mas…

For an object resting on a horizontal surface, the upward, fo…

force

Any influence that tends to accelerate an object; a push or p…

acceleration

The rate at which velocity changes. Change may be in magnitud…

interaction

reaction force

agent

force

a mutual action between objects where each objects exerts sim…

the force that is equal in strength and opposite in direction…

the source of a force

a push or a pull that acts on an object because of an interac…

interaction

a mutual action between objects where each objects exerts sim…

reaction force

the force that is equal in strength and opposite in direction…

Newton's laws

Newton's first law

Newton's second law

Newtons third law

a set of laws that state the tendency of objects motions

law of inertia: an object at rest will stay at rest; an objec…

the acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the…

for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction

Newton's laws

a set of laws that state the tendency of objects motions

Newton's first law

law of inertia: an object at rest will stay at rest; an objec…

NEWTON'S FIRST LAW

INERTIA

NEWTON'S SECOND LAW

NEWTON

EVERY BODY CONTINUES IN ITS STATE OF REST, OR OF UNIFORM MOTI…

THE ABILITY OF AN OBJECT TO RESIST A CHANGE IN ITS STATE OF M…

THE CHANGE OF MOTION IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE NET APPLIED FORCE…

1 KILOGRAM-METER PER SECOND SQUARED

NEWTON'S FIRST LAW

EVERY BODY CONTINUES IN ITS STATE OF REST, OR OF UNIFORM MOTI…

INERTIA

THE ABILITY OF AN OBJECT TO RESIST A CHANGE IN ITS STATE OF M…

Force

Contact Force

Field Force

Force Diagram

The cause of a change in acceleration, or the change in an ob…

A force that arises from the physical contact of two objects.

A force that can exist between objects, even in the absence o…

A diagram of the objects involved in a situation and the forc…

Force

The cause of a change in acceleration, or the change in an ob…

Contact Force

A force that arises from the physical contact of two objects.

what is the law of inertia?

what is friction?

explain the difference between Frictio…

Frictional Force and Applied force act…

an object at rest will stay at rest unless an unbalanced forc…

force acting along the surfaces of 2 objects in physical cont…

frictional depends on how hard surfaces are pushed together a…

horizontally

what is the law of inertia?

an object at rest will stay at rest unless an unbalanced forc…

what is friction?

force acting along the surfaces of 2 objects in physical cont…

What are the four Fundamental Forces i…

how strong is gravity compared to stro…

what are contact forces?

What are non-contact forces?

1. Strong Force... 2. Electromagnetic Force... 3. Weak Force ... 4. Gr…

1/10^39

forces that must touch the object; pull, push, tension

Force that do not need to touch the object they are effecting…

What are the four Fundamental Forces i…

1. Strong Force... 2. Electromagnetic Force... 3. Weak Force ... 4. Gr…

how strong is gravity compared to stro…

1/10^39

(True or false?) The only forces in th…

(True or false?) Weight is equal to Fg…

(True or false?) Objects will only acc…

(True or false?) One can only calculat…

False! Other forces include Ftension, Fspring, Ffric, Fnet, a…

True!

True!

False! Frictional force equation is one of the most useful to…

(True or false?) The only forces in th…

False! Other forces include Ftension, Fspring, Ffric, Fnet, a…

(True or false?) Weight is equal to Fg…

True!

Newton

Weight

Drag

Terminal Velocity

1 newton is the force that causes a mass of 1kg to accelerate…

the gravitational force acting on an object

the resistive force experienced by an object moving through a…

the constant speed reached by an object when the drag force a…

Newton

1 newton is the force that causes a mass of 1kg to accelerate…

Weight

the gravitational force acting on an object

force

net force

weight

force of friction

a push or a pull applied by one object and experienced by ano…

on an object, the single force that could replace all the ind…

the force of a planet on an object near that planet

the force of a surface on an object. The friction force acts…

force

a push or a pull applied by one object and experienced by ano…

net force

on an object, the single force that could replace all the ind…

What two forces can act on an object w…

Friction force is equal to

Newton's third law companion forces

If the net force has both a horizontal…

gravitational and electrical

coefficient of friction x normal force

The force of object A on object B is equal in amount and oppo…

Use pythag theorem to find magnitude and then use tangent fun…

What two forces can act on an object w…

gravitational and electrical

Friction force is equal to

coefficient of friction x normal force

The fundamental force that is associat…

Law that states that acceleration is d…

Weakest of the four fundamental forces…

The fundamental force responsible for…

Weak Force

Newton's 2nd Law

Gravitational Force

Strong Nuclear Force

The fundamental force that is associat…

Weak Force

Law that states that acceleration is d…

Newton's 2nd Law

force

keplers law

balanced forces

mechanical energy

a push or pull that acts on an object because of an interacti…

the three laws developed in the 17th century that describe ch…

a description of the forces when the net force acting on an o…

the ability to cause change in the system or its environment…

force

a push or pull that acts on an object because of an interacti…

keplers law

the three laws developed in the 17th century that describe ch…

force

balanced force

unbalanced force

net force

a push or pull upon an object

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

balanced force

when forces on an object are of equal magnitude and in opposi…

Newton's first law

Newton's second law

Newton's third law

formula for weight

an object at rest will stay at rest, an object that is moving…

F=ma (sum of forces)

for every action force, there is an equal and opposite reacti…

weight=mg

Newton's first law

an object at rest will stay at rest, an object that is moving…

Newton's second law

F=ma (sum of forces)