#### Study sets matching "gravitation newton's"

#### Study sets matching "gravitation newton's"

resistance

falling objects

gravity

inertia

Air offers ________ to the motion of objects through it.

Galileo concluded that an object's weight, or mass, does NOT…

An object is pulled to Earth by ________, an attraction betwe…

Objects with a large mass are pulled on by gravity with more…

resistance

Air offers ________ to the motion of objects through it.

falling objects

Galileo concluded that an object's weight, or mass, does NOT…

Aristotle

Galileo

Weight

Gravity

He believed that heavy things fall faster than lighter things.

He reasoned that objects fall at the same rate, ignoring air…

The measure of gravitational force on any object.

The attraction between the mass of the Earth and the mass of…

Aristotle

He believed that heavy things fall faster than lighter things.

Galileo

He reasoned that objects fall at the same rate, ignoring air…

9.6 × 10^24

40

18

1/4

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pl…

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pl…

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pl…

An Earth satellite is orbiting at a distance from the Earth's…

9.6 × 10^24

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pl…

40

An object of mass 0.50 kg is transported to the surface of Pl…

mass

weight

9.8m/sec

1.6m/sec

how much matter is in an object - NEVER changes based on grav…

CHANGES based on gravitational pull

gravity on Earth

gravity on the moom

mass

how much matter is in an object - NEVER changes based on grav…

weight

CHANGES based on gravitational pull

on the side of the Earth that faces th…

low tides occur where the Earth is not…

electricity , machinery

1, Earth's

How does the Moon cause high tides on Earth?

How are low tides caused?

The rising and falling water can be used to produce _________…

You can fit almost_______ million _______ in the Sun

on the side of the Earth that faces th…

How does the Moon cause high tides on Earth?

low tides occur where the Earth is not…

How are low tides caused?

Force field

Gravitiational field

Gravitational field strength

Gravitational field strength is measur…

A region in which an object will experience a force

A region where any mass will experience a force of gravitatio…

The force which a 1kg mass experiences at that point

N.kg^-1

Force field

A region in which an object will experience a force

Gravitiational field

A region where any mass will experience a force of gravitatio…

Gravity is the natural phenomenon by w…

.All Objects are effected by

Weight

SI unit for weight is

all physical bodies are attracted to each other

gravity

measure of force of gravity pulling down on an object's mass

N Newton

Gravity is the natural phenomenon by w…

all physical bodies are attracted to each other

.All Objects are effected by

gravity

Gravitational Force

Free fall

Gravitation force (2)

Gravitation force (3)

Newton realized that the centripetal forve that hold the plan…

Orbiting objects are in free fall

The force that pulls Apple toward the Earth is the same that…

Is the mutual force of attraction between particles of matter…

Gravitational Force

Newton realized that the centripetal forve that hold the plan…

Free fall

Orbiting objects are in free fall

law of universal gravitation

gravitational force

increases

decreases

a particle attracts every other particle in the universe usin…

a force that attracts any object that has mass.

As mass increases, Fg __________________

As mass decreases, Fg _______________

law of universal gravitation

a particle attracts every other particle in the universe usin…

gravitational force

a force that attracts any object that has mass.

Gravity is the natural phenomenon by w…

.All Objects are effected by

Weight

SI unit for weight is

all physical bodies are attracted to each other

gravity

measure of force of gravity pulling down on an object's mass

N Newton

Gravity is the natural phenomenon by w…

all physical bodies are attracted to each other

.All Objects are effected by

gravity

Gravitation

Gravitational force equation

R=

LoUG is inverse

Every object with mass and every other object with mass; incr…

Fg = G m1m2/r^2

Distance between bodies

Distance doubles>force drops to 1/4 , triples>1/9, *10>Fg/100

Gravitation

Every object with mass and every other object with mass; incr…

Gravitational force equation

Fg = G m1m2/r^2

Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

weakest

Universal Gravitation Constant

Cavendish

F=G(m)(m)/d^2

of the fundamental forces, Gravity is the ________________

G=6.67x10^-11

__________________ created G

Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

F=G(m)(m)/d^2

weakest

of the fundamental forces, Gravity is the ________________

constant of universal gravitation

field force:

gravitational force:

Two students standing apart in a class…

Value used to calculate the gravitational forces between any…

A force that does not involve physical contact between two ob…

The mutual force of attraction between particles of matter.

2.50m

constant of universal gravitation

Value used to calculate the gravitational forces between any…

field force:

A force that does not involve physical contact between two ob…

weight is a_____

the equation for weight

universal law of gravity formula

what is the relationship between Fg an…

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

Fg=m1 m2/dsquared

directly=if mass goes up, so does Fg

weight is a_____

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

the equation for weight

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

what is described by newton's law of g…

why is newton's law of gravitation som…

which objects are described by Newton'…

which law explains why planets orbit t…

size of

**attractive gravitational force**between ALL MASSESbecause it describes the

**forces between any objects w/ MASS**objects w/ MASS ... (& the forces between them)

Newton's law of gravitation

what is described by newton's law of g…

size of

**attractive gravitational force**between ALL MASSESwhy is newton's law of gravitation som…

because it describes the

**forces between any objects w/ MASS**Newton's 1st Law

Newton's 2nd Law

Newton's 3rd Law

Gravity experienced by 2 small celesti…

An object in motion will stay in motion or an object at rest…

The force applied is equal to the mass and acceleration of an…

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

Great.

Newton's 1st Law

An object in motion will stay in motion or an object at rest…

Newton's 2nd Law

The force applied is equal to the mass and acceleration of an…

The initial value of the gravitational…

Two objects with masses m and M are se…

To calculate the net gravitational for…

3

Two objects that may be considered point masses are initially…

Two objects with masses m and M are separated by a distance d…

To calculate the net gravitational force on one of the partic…

Each particle is of mass m.... Which of the following configura…

The initial value of the gravitational…

Two objects that may be considered point masses are initially…

Two objects with masses m and M are se…

Two objects with masses m and M are separated by a distance d…

weight is a_____

the equation for weight

universal law of gravity formula

what is the relationship between Fg an…

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

Fg=m1 m2/dsquared

directly=if mass goes up, so does Fg

weight is a_____

force (the force of gravity acting on an object)

the equation for weight

w=mg otherwise known as f=ma

Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

Inverse Square Law

Apparent weightlessness

Gravitational field

The force of gravity between two objects is proportional to e…

Relates the intensity of an effect to the inverse square of t…

Occurs when an object and its surroundings are falling at the…

The attractive non-contact force that a massive body extends…

Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

The force of gravity between two objects is proportional to e…

Inverse Square Law

Relates the intensity of an effect to the inverse square of t…

Motion

Reference point

distance

displacement

the process of changing position

the starting point that you use to describe position

the total length of your path

the distance between the start point and the final point ( po…

Motion

the process of changing position

Reference point

the starting point that you use to describe position

All objects with mass have

The larger the mass the ___ the gravity.

As distance between objects increases…

As the distance between objects decrea…

gravity of their own

larger

decreases

Increases

All objects with mass have

gravity of their own

The larger the mass the ___ the gravity.

larger

Newton named the universal

Whenever an object has a force on it,…

the earth exerts forces on

Newton's theory of gravitation came fr…

law of gravitation

another object

objects near the surface

held in place by gravity from the earth

Newton named the universal

law of gravitation

Whenever an object has a force on it,…

another object