#### Study sets matching "inertia"

#### Study sets matching "inertia"

Acceleration

Air resistance

Archimedes principle

Average speed

Change in velocity

Fluid friction acting on an object moving through air

The amount of an object is equal to the weight of the fluid d…

The total distance traveled divided by the time it takes to t…

Acceleration

Change in velocity

Air resistance

Fluid friction acting on an object moving through air

What does a constant slop on a positio…

What does an increasing slope on a pos…

What does a decreasing slope on a posi…

What does a positive slope on a positi…

The velocity of the object is not changing overtime

The objects velocity is increasing over time

The objects velocity is decreasing overtime

The object is moving away from the origin

What does a constant slop on a positio…

The velocity of the object is not changing overtime

What does an increasing slope on a pos…

The objects velocity is increasing over time

Motion

Force

Speed

Velocity

an object's change in position relative to a reference point

a push or a pull exerted on an object in order to change the…

the distance traveled divided by the time interval during whi…

the speed of an object in a particular direction

Motion

an object's change in position relative to a reference point

Force

a push or a pull exerted on an object in order to change the…

Newtons First Law- Inertia

What is Mass?

What is Inertia?

What is Force?

*objects tend to keep their current motion unless acted upon…

the amount of "stuff" in an object... -Measured in kilograms

an object's resistance to changing it's motion... -More mass<mor…

a push or pull... -Measured in newtons

Newtons First Law- Inertia

*objects tend to keep their current motion unless acted upon…

What is Mass?

the amount of "stuff" in an object... -Measured in kilograms

Independent variable

Dependent variable

Constant

Control

The one variable that is putposly changed to test a hypthosis

The factor that changes in relation to the independent variable

Factors that do not change in an experiment

An experiment in which only 1 variable is tested

Independent variable

The one variable that is putposly changed to test a hypthosis

Dependent variable

The factor that changes in relation to the independent variable

Average Speed

Instantaneous Speed

Velocity

Acceleration

divide the distance traveled by the time it takes to travel t…

the speed of an object at any instant time

of an object is the speed of the object and its direction of…

the change in velocity divided by the time needed for the cha…

Average Speed

divide the distance traveled by the time it takes to travel t…

Instantaneous Speed

the speed of an object at any instant time

Significant Digits

Graph

Kinematics

Scalar

Amount of digits a number is rounded to

Show the relationship between two sets of data

How objects move

A quantity which only contains the magnitude of value

Significant Digits

Amount of digits a number is rounded to

Graph

Show the relationship between two sets of data

Projectile

Trajectory

Uniform Circular Motion

Centripetal force

An object shot through the air, such as a football, that has…

The path of a projectile through space

The movement of an object at a constant speed around a circle…

The net force exerted toward the center of the circle that ca…

Projectile

An object shot through the air, such as a football, that has…

Trajectory

The path of a projectile through space

scientific method steps

steps to making a graph

speed equation

what will calculating the slope on a d…

-create question... -collect backround research... -create hypothos…

label axis,count correct number,plot the points,connect the p…

speed=d/t

the object returning to its starting point

scientific method steps

-create question... -collect backround research... -create hypothos…

steps to making a graph

label axis,count correct number,plot the points,connect the p…

Copernicus

Kepler

Galileo

Newton

•Heliocentric theory (earth and other planets revolve around…

•Mathematician... •proved Copernicus right ... •proposed that plane…

•Improved telescope ... •Law of Inertia... •Perfected Scientific Me…

•physics ... •discovered and explained the theory of gravity

Copernicus

•Heliocentric theory (earth and other planets revolve around…

Kepler

•Mathematician... •proved Copernicus right ... •proposed that plane…

two or more substances combined that c…

if you and your lab partner were to he…

which of the following is a heterogeno…

physical change

mixture

solid -> liquid -> gas

B. condensation

doesn't change what the object is it changes form

two or more substances combined that c…

mixture

if you and your lab partner were to he…

solid -> liquid -> gas

Force

Gravity

Law of universal gravitation

Mass

A push or pull exerted on an object

The attractive force between objects; the force that moves ob…

The scientific law that states that every object in the unive…

The amount of matter in an object.

Force

A push or pull exerted on an object

Gravity

The attractive force between objects; the force that moves ob…

Motion

Speed

Velocity

Acceleration

Change in an objects position in relation to any reference po…

Distance divided by time on when motion pccured

Objects speed when moving in certain direction

Rate of velocity changes, objects will only accelerate if the…

Motion

Change in an objects position in relation to any reference po…

Speed

Distance divided by time on when motion pccured

torque

lever arm

law of rotation

rotation inertia

turning force; what contributes is force perpendicular to lev…

distance from the turning axis to point of contact (when forc…

obj rotating about an axis tends to keep rotating about that…

resistance of an obj to changes in its rotational motion (mom…

torque

turning force; what contributes is force perpendicular to lev…

lever arm

distance from the turning axis to point of contact (when forc…

Force

Newton

Balanced Force

Unbalanced Force

push or a pull that one object exerts on another object

unit used to measure force

a force equal in size and opposite in direction - will NOT ca…

a force that causes a change in motion

Force

push or a pull that one object exerts on another object

Newton

unit used to measure force

matter

Specific properties of matter

volume

density

anything that has mass and takes up space

color, odor, size shape, hardness, and texture

an amount of space that matter occupies

mass per unit of volume; mass/volume

matter

anything that has mass and takes up space

Specific properties of matter

color, odor, size shape, hardness, and texture

Momentum

Mass

Projectile Motion

Newton's First Law of Motion

A property of moving objects that depends upon the object's m…

A measure of inertia

The curved path traveled by a thrown or shot object

An object at rest/motion will stay at/in rest/motion until a…

Momentum

A property of moving objects that depends upon the object's m…

Mass

A measure of inertia

Motion

Reference Point

Meter

Speed

An object's change in position

a basis or standard for evaluation

The basic unit of length in the metric system

is a way of measuring how quickly something is moving or bein…

Motion

An object's change in position

Reference Point

a basis or standard for evaluation

dynamics

force

contact force

field force

the study of forces and how forces interact with matter, incl…

a push or a pull on a system, may be a vector or scalar quant…

a force that acts between systems only when one system touche…

a field in which a force vector exists at every point in the…

dynamics

the study of forces and how forces interact with matter, incl…

force

a push or a pull on a system, may be a vector or scalar quant…

Force

Net force

Acceleration

Inertia

A push or pull exerted on an object

The overall force on an object when the individual forces act…

The rate at which velocity changes

The tendency of an object to resist a change in medicati The…

Force

A push or pull exerted on an object

Net force

The overall force on an object when the individual forces act…

Friction

Weight

Mass

Gravity

A force that resists the motion of 2 surface that are touching

The gravitational force exerted on an object

The amount of matter in an object

An attractive force that exists between all objects that have…

Friction

A force that resists the motion of 2 surface that are touching

Weight

The gravitational force exerted on an object

The main reason for the seasons on Ear…

When we have summer in the Northern He…

Explain the reason why the Northern He…

Explain the reason why the Northern He…

The place where we are in our revolution around the sun and t…

winter

...

The Earth's tilt towards the sun leads to more direct light a…

The main reason for the seasons on Ear…

The place where we are in our revolution around the sun and t…

When we have summer in the Northern He…

winter

Force

Balanced Forces

Net Force

Inertia

Is a push or pull that one body exerts on another.

Forces that are equal in size and opposite

When two forces act on an object at the same time .

The tendency of an object to resist any change in motion

Force

Is a push or pull that one body exerts on another.

Balanced Forces

Forces that are equal in size and opposite

Balanced forces

Unbalanced forces

Net Force

Gravity

Equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions resul…

Result in a net force and cause and object to to start or sto…

The combination of all forces acting on an object

A force that pulls all objects in the universe toward each ot…

Balanced forces

Equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions resul…

Unbalanced forces

Result in a net force and cause and object to to start or sto…

Fluid

Friction

Action force

law of inertia

Anything that flows; in particular, any liquid or gas.

The force that acts to resist the relative motion ( or attemp…

One of the pair of forces described in Newton's third law

Everybody continues in its state of rest, or of motion in a s…

Fluid

Anything that flows; in particular, any liquid or gas.

Friction

The force that acts to resist the relative motion ( or attemp…

terminal velocity

free fall

projectile motion

inertia

an object that falls at a constant velocity

an object that is only being affected by the force of gravity…

the curved path an object follows when it is thrown or propel…

the tendency of all objects to resist any change in motion

terminal velocity

an object that falls at a constant velocity

free fall

an object that is only being affected by the force of gravity…

Force

Unbalanced Force

Speed

Momentum

A push or pull exerted on an object

Forces that produce a nonzero net force, which changes an obj…

The distance an object travels per unit of time.

The product of an objects mass and velocity

Force

A push or pull exerted on an object

Unbalanced Force

Forces that produce a nonzero net force, which changes an obj…

The energy of motion.... A) Kinetic Energ…

The force with which one object collid…

The force that resists any change of s…

The force tht resists the motion of on…

A) Kinetic Energy

C) Force of Impact

A) Inertia

B) Friction

The energy of motion.... A) Kinetic Energ…

A) Kinetic Energy

The force with which one object collid…

C) Force of Impact

Force

Pressure

Friction

Energy

push or pull

the amount of force per unit area applied to an object's surf…

a force that resists the motion of two surfaces that are touc…

the ability to cause change or to do work

Force

push or pull

Pressure

the amount of force per unit area applied to an object's surf…

Identify 2 characteristics of motion t…

What effect does a balanced force have…

What effect does an unbalanced force h…

What happens if there is a force in th…

1. Speed... 2. Direction

An object either stays at rest or keeps steady velocity

The motion of the object changes velocity

The object will speed up.

Identify 2 characteristics of motion t…

1. Speed... 2. Direction

What effect does a balanced force have…

An object either stays at rest or keeps steady velocity

Force

newtons 1st

newtons 2nd

newtons 3rd

a push or pull that may cause an objects motion to change

an object will maintain its constant velocity unless it is ac…

acceleration is proportional to net force and inversly propor…

for every action, there is always an equal and opposite react…

Force

a push or pull that may cause an objects motion to change

newtons 1st

an object will maintain its constant velocity unless it is ac…

friction

4 types of friction

least amount of friction

most amount of friction

😉a force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are to…

sliding, rolling, fluid, static

fluid friction

static friction

friction

😉a force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are to…

4 types of friction

sliding, rolling, fluid, static

Speed

Velocity

Constant Speed

What are the three ways to accelerate?

the measurement of the distance traveled per a unit of time

Speed in a certain direction

speed that stays at the same rate for a long period of time

Increase speed, Decrease speed, and changing direction

Speed

the measurement of the distance traveled per a unit of time

Velocity

Speed in a certain direction

acceleration

balanced force

Force

gravity

The rate of change in an objects speed

forces on an object that are equal and do not change the moti…

A push or pull that causes an object to move stop or change d…

attraction between two objects with the strength that is prop…

acceleration

The rate of change in an objects speed

balanced force

forces on an object that are equal and do not change the moti…

simple machine

complex machine

energy

potential energy

machines that do work using one movement

2 or more simple machines working together

the ability to cause change

stored energy that depends on the interaction of objects

simple machine

machines that do work using one movement

complex machine

2 or more simple machines working together

Acceleration

Balanced Force

Force

Gravity

The rate of change in an objects speed

Forces on an object that are equal and do not change the moti…

A push or pull that causes an object to move, stop, or change…

attractive between 2 objects with a strength that is proporti…

Acceleration

The rate of change in an objects speed

Balanced Force

Forces on an object that are equal and do not change the moti…

a motorist travels at 90 m at 15 m/s a…

if you run a complete loop around an o…

can an objects velocity change directi…

the area under a curve in a velocity v…

11.4 m/s

0 m/s

yes, a rock thrown straight up is an example of this

displacement

a motorist travels at 90 m at 15 m/s a…

11.4 m/s

if you run a complete loop around an o…

0 m/s

Acceleration

Velocity

Momentum

Inertia

A change in velocity during a period of time. The faster the…

The distance an object moves.

The mass and the velocity of an object.

The resistance to a change in motion.

Acceleration

A change in velocity during a period of time. The faster the…

Velocity

The distance an object moves.