# Study sets matching "gravity circular motion"

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Tension

At the Bottom

Travel in a straight line at constant v…

Gravitational, centripetal

What is the centripetal force in a conical pendulum called?

Where the normal force is the greatest in a roller coaster loo…

What an object will do when moving in the absence of forces.

There is only one speed that an object can go and be in a circ…

Tension

What is the centripetal force in a conical pendulum called?

At the Bottom

Where the normal force is the greatest in a roller coaster loo…

What is the direction of the force that…

A tin can whirled on the end of a strin…

If you whirl a tin can on the end of a…

A ladybug rests on the bottom of a tin…

Outward

there is an inward force acting on the can

fly off, tangent to its circular path

The can

What is the direction of the force that…

Outward

A tin can whirled on the end of a strin…

there is an inward force acting on the can

Centripetal

Centripetal force

Centrifugal

Angular speed

Directed toward the center.

A force that causes an object to move in a circle

Moving away from the center

Angular speed = angle/time = "theta"/t

Centripetal

Directed toward the center.

Centripetal force

A force that causes an object to move in a circle

Universal gravitational constant

Newton's law of universal gravitation

angular displacement

angular velocity

G=6.67 x 10^-11 m^3/kg*s^2

the gravitational force between any two objects is directly pr…

the change in the angle of a circular, rotating object

the rate of change in the angle of a circular rotating object

Universal gravitational constant

G=6.67 x 10^-11 m^3/kg*s^2

Newton's law of universal gravitation

the gravitational force between any two objects is directly pr…

What causes gravity?

Bigger mass = greater or lesser attract…

How does the separation of the objects'…

Why do astronauts feel weightless?

Masses are attracted to each other

greater

Distance matters. Gravitational force increases as mass increa…

because they're constantly in free fall but their horizontal v…

What causes gravity?

Masses are attracted to each other

Bigger mass = greater or lesser attract…

greater

gravity

superposition

Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

line of action

Attractive force between two objects that depends on the masse…

principle that field forces add together like vectors

States that the force of gravity depends on the product of the…

an imaginary line in the direction of the force and passing th…

gravity

Attractive force between two objects that depends on the masse…

superposition

principle that field forces add together like vectors

Axis

Centrifugal Force

Centripetal Force

Linear Speed

an imaginary line about which a body rotates.

The 'apparent' force acting outward on a body moving around a…

A force that causes an object to move in a circle

time taken to cover a certain distance ... - distance divided by…

Axis

an imaginary line about which a body rotates.

Centrifugal Force

The 'apparent' force acting outward on a body moving around a…

even if it is not changing speed, if an…

direction of the force and acceleration…

centripal force

centripital force eq

accelerating

inwards (centripetal force pulls you inwards)

not a force, just a nickname for a force that is pulling you i…

F (centr.) = m (v2) / r

even if it is not changing speed, if an…

accelerating

direction of the force and acceleration…

inwards (centripetal force pulls you inwards)

period

frequency

tangential velocity

Centripetal Aceleration

The time it takes for one full rotation or revolution of an ob…

The number of rotations or revolutions per unit time

The velocity is tangent to the circle

The acceleration which is always directed in toward the center…

period

The time it takes for one full rotation or revolution of an ob…

frequency

The number of rotations or revolutions per unit time

When traveling in a circle, an object i…

Velocity and Accel. vectors

Centripetal force

What is the work done by the centripeta…

Velocity is constant, but direction changes around circle

Velocity is tangent to circle... Accel. is towards the center

Must be provided by some force for the object to move in a cir…

Work=fscos()→ Fc(s)cos(90)→ Work=0

When traveling in a circle, an object i…

Velocity is constant, but direction changes around circle

Velocity and Accel. vectors

Velocity is tangent to circle... Accel. is towards the center

Centripical force

A ball is being whirled in a horizontal…

An object traveling in a circular path…

There is a direct relationship between

The force is directed towards the center of a circular path in…

It will keep traveling in a straight line

Be accelerating

Centripetal force and mass

Centripical force

The force is directed towards the center of a circular path in…

A ball is being whirled in a horizontal…

It will keep traveling in a straight line

Copernicus

Brahe

Kepler

Newton

placed sun rather than earth at the center of universe; though…

Measured planetary moons; made accurate planetary measurements

1st Law: planets orbits are ellipses... 2nd Law: Line from planet…

-gravity is universal... -every object in the universe attracts e…

Copernicus

placed sun rather than earth at the center of universe; though…

Brahe

Measured planetary moons; made accurate planetary measurements

Uniform Circular Motion (UCM)

Centripetal

Centripetal Force

Centripetal Acceleration

The motion of an object at a constant speed in a circular path.

Center seeking

Net force directed towards the center of a circle.... (A collecti…

Acceleration towards the center that holds an object in orbit.

Uniform Circular Motion (UCM)

The motion of an object at a constant speed in a circular path.

Centripetal

Center seeking

Circle

Centripetal (Force)

Centrifugal/Centrificial

Period

nth order regular polygon as n -> infinity.

A "center seeking" (force), directed towards the center of a c…

Fictional "center fleeting", directed away from the center of…

Time to complete one oscillation.

Circle

nth order regular polygon as n -> infinity.

Centripetal (Force)

A "center seeking" (force), directed towards the center of a c…

disk: greater tangential outer or inner?

disk: greater rotational speed outer or…

centripetal force

centrifugal force

outer, greater radius

same, same number of revolutions

center-seeking force, causes obj to follow circular path

center-fleeing, fictional force: not part of interaction

disk: greater tangential outer or inner?

outer, greater radius

disk: greater rotational speed outer or…

same, same number of revolutions

Law of Universal Gravitation

Uniform Circular Motion

V of T

Tangental Velocity Equation

F=G(m1 x m2/d^2)

Motion in a circle at a constant SPEED

Tangental Velocity

V of T= 2 x pi x r/T

Law of Universal Gravitation

F=G(m1 x m2/d^2)

Uniform Circular Motion

Motion in a circle at a constant SPEED

tangential

tangential velocity

uniform circular motion

number of revolutions per second

along line touching a curve, but not crossing it

an objects velocity on the tangent like, shows instantaneous d…

circular motion with a constant tangential speed, NOT accelera…

frequency

tangential

along line touching a curve, but not crossing it

tangential velocity

an objects velocity on the tangent like, shows instantaneous d…

circular motion

Angular displacement*

Angular speed (w)

Time period (T)

when an object moves around in a circle at a constant speed

the angle moved around a circle by an object from where its ci…

the angular displacement moved per time taken

the time taken for one complete oscillation (cycle)

circular motion

when an object moves around in a circle at a constant speed

Angular displacement*

the angle moved around a circle by an object from where its ci…

T=t/n

Frequency

Period

f=n/t

T is period (s)... t is time (s)... n is the number of cycles

Descrones how many cycles can happen in one second

Time it takes to complete a cycle once

f is period (Hertz)... n is number of cycles... t is time(s)

T=t/n

T is period (s)... t is time (s)... n is the number of cycles

Frequency

Descrones how many cycles can happen in one second

Uniform Circular Motion

Period (T)

Linear (tangential) velocity

Centripetal force does not....

motion in a circle at a constant speed

time for one cycle

The direction of the instantaneous velocity is tangent to the…

denote a new and separate force of nature

Uniform Circular Motion

motion in a circle at a constant speed

Period (T)

time for one cycle

When calculating the gravitational forc…

Suppose a doorknob is placed at the cen…

What is the term for the net force dire…

When a car makes a sharp left turn, wha…

from the center of each body

Two times as much

Centripetal force

Inertia

When calculating the gravitational forc…

from the center of each body

Suppose a doorknob is placed at the cen…

Two times as much