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Impulse

Momentum

Impulse-momentum theorem

Angular Momentum

The impulse of an object is the product of the average force…

The product of the objects mass (m) and the objects velocity…

Theorem that states that the impulse on an object is equal to…

The product of a rotating object's moment of inertia and angu…

Impulse

The impulse of an object is the product of the average force…

Momentum

The product of the objects mass (m) and the objects velocity…

Axis

Revolution

Rotation

Solstice

imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and the Nor…

the movement of one object around another.

the spinning of Earth on it's axis

when the sun reaches its highest or lowest point in the sky a…

Axis

imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and the Nor…

Revolution

the movement of one object around another.

Solid

What are the major steps of the scient…

mass

weight

state of matter that has a definite shape and volume

observing, hypothesizing, and experimenting

amount of inertia of an object

amount of gravitational pull on an object

Solid

state of matter that has a definite shape and volume

What are the major steps of the scient…

observing, hypothesizing, and experimenting

Inertial Mass

Gravitational mass

How can you describe orbital motion?

How are gravitational mass and inertia…

Related to the inertia of the object

Mass used in the law of universal gravitation.

An object is in orbit. The type of orbit. The way it orbits.

Gravity can be anything with gravity. Inertia is the push. Gr…

Inertial Mass

Related to the inertia of the object

Gravitational mass

Mass used in the law of universal gravitation.

The total distance traveled by an obje…

What describes the location of an obje…

The formula to find speed is ?

This force opposes the motion of an ob…

average speed

Position

Speed = Distance / Time

Friction

The total distance traveled by an obje…

average speed

What describes the location of an obje…

Position

Terminal velocity

Terminal velocity definition

9.8 m/s2

Weight

point at which gravity = air resistance

Point when an object is falling and it stops accelerating and…

Acceleration due to the pull of gravity on Earth

a force due to the pull of gravity

Terminal velocity

point at which gravity = air resistance

Terminal velocity definition

Point when an object is falling and it stops accelerating and…

What determines gravity?

What keeps objects in orbit?

What causes the moons phases?

What are eclipses?

The masses of the objects and the distance between them

Inertia and gravity

The changing relative positions of the moon, Earth, and sun c…

When an object in space comes between the sun and a third obj…

What determines gravity?

The masses of the objects and the distance between them

What keeps objects in orbit?

Inertia and gravity

Matter

Volume

Meniscus

Mass

Anything that takes up space (and has mass)

A measurement of the size of a body or region in three dimens…

The curve at a liquid's surface by wich one measures the volu…

A measure of the amount of matter in a object

Matter

Anything that takes up space (and has mass)

Volume

A measurement of the size of a body or region in three dimens…

Moment of Inertia ... For Solid Sphere

MI of Thin Wall ... Sphere

MI of Solid Disk/Cylinder about ... Symme…

MI of Hoop about ... Symmetry axis

I = (2/5) x (Mass) x (Radius)^2

I = (2/3) x (Mass) x (Radius)^2

I = (1/2) x (Mass) x (Radius)^2

I = (Mass) x (Radius)^2

Moment of Inertia ... For Solid Sphere

I = (2/5) x (Mass) x (Radius)^2

MI of Thin Wall ... Sphere

I = (2/3) x (Mass) x (Radius)^2

Acceleration

Displacement

Distance

Elastic collision

a rate at which velocity changes with time

change in an object's position (a vector quantity)

entire length an object travels

a collision in which colliding objects rebound without lastin…

Acceleration

a rate at which velocity changes with time

Displacement

change in an object's position (a vector quantity)

Force

Inertia

Net Force

Newton

A push or pull

The tendency of all objects to resist any change in motion

The force that result from combining all forces exerted on an…

(N) The SI unit of force

Force

A push or pull

Inertia

The tendency of all objects to resist any change in motion

force

motion

gravity

friction

push or pull used to lift something, start it moving or hold…

act of changing location from 1 place to another

force which tries to pull objects toward each other

force that resists the relative motion or tendency to such mo…

force

push or pull used to lift something, start it moving or hold…

motion

act of changing location from 1 place to another

Tide

Flood Current

Ebb Current

Proximity to the Earth

Long periods of waves that move through oceans in response to…

Incoming tide along the coast and into bays

Outgoing tide

Why does the moon have a greater effect on tides than the sun…

Tide

Long periods of waves that move through oceans in response to…

Flood Current

Incoming tide along the coast and into bays

Acute Triangle

Angle

Axis

Center of Gravity

A triangle that contains only angles that are less than 90 de…

The amount of rotation needed to bring one line or plane into…

1. An imaginary line through a body, about which it rotates.…

A 3D point where the total weight of the body may be consider…

Acute Triangle

A triangle that contains only angles that are less than 90 de…

Angle

The amount of rotation needed to bring one line or plane into…

Motion

Speed

Average Speed

Velocity

change in position relative to some fixed object

distance traveled per unit of time

total distance traveled divided by the time it takes to trave…

speed and direction

Motion

change in position relative to some fixed object

Speed

distance traveled per unit of time

Newton's first law

Inertia

Every object with mass has _____

the more mass an object the more _____…

An object at rest tends to stay at rest, and an object in mot…

the tendency of an object to remain at rest or in motion.

inertia

inertia

Newton's first law

An object at rest tends to stay at rest, and an object in mot…

Inertia

the tendency of an object to remain at rest or in motion.

precipitous

acquiesced

marauders

exasperation

dangerously high or steep

accept something reluctantly but without protest

a person who marauds; a raider

a feeling of intense irritation or annoyance

precipitous

dangerously high or steep

acquiesced

accept something reluctantly but without protest

Postion

Motion

Frame of reference

Distance

Location of an objext in relation to a frame of reference (re…

Rate of change of position of an object

An unmoving object used to describe motion

Separation between 2 points

Postion

Location of an objext in relation to a frame of reference (re…

Motion

Rate of change of position of an object

Board of Governors

Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC)

Banking panics

Deposit insurance

Seven governors are appointed by the President to 14 year terms

Reviews economic conditions and sets monetary policy

Occurs when customers believe one or more banks might be bank…

Deposits of less than $100,000 will be repaid even if the ban…

Board of Governors

Seven governors are appointed by the President to 14 year terms

Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC)

Reviews economic conditions and sets monetary policy

Acceleration

Force

Friction

Mass

The change in velocity per unit time.

Something that can cause a change in motion; a push or a pull.

A force that opposes motion.

The amount of matter in an object.

Acceleration

The change in velocity per unit time.

Force

Something that can cause a change in motion; a push or a pull.

Matter

Volume

Meniscus

Mass

Anything that has mass and takes up space

Measure of the size of a body or region in three-dimensional…

The curve at a liquid's surface by which one measures the vol…

Measure of the amount of matter in an object

Matter

Anything that has mass and takes up space

Volume

Measure of the size of a body or region in three-dimensional…

speed

average speed

instantaneous speed

velocity

the distance traveled divided by the time taken to travel the…

found by dividing the total distance traveled by the time taken

the speed of an object at one instant of time

the speed of the object and the direction of its motion

speed

the distance traveled divided by the time taken to travel the…

average speed

found by dividing the total distance traveled by the time taken

speed

Average Speed

instantaneous speed

velocity

equals the distance traveled divided by the amount of time it…

equals the total distance traveled divided by the total time…

the speed of a object at one instant of time

speed and direction of a moving object

speed

equals the distance traveled divided by the amount of time it…

Average Speed

equals the total distance traveled divided by the total time…

Speed

average speed

instantaneous speed

Velocity

the distance traveled divided by the time taken to travel the…

dividing the total distance by the time taken

the speed of an object at one instant of time

the speed of an object and it's direction of motion

Speed

the distance traveled divided by the time taken to travel the…

average speed

dividing the total distance by the time taken

What does Newton's Law of Inertia state?

Based on Newton's 2nd Law... F = ?

Based on Newton's 2nd Law... a = ?

What does Newton's Law of Action-React…

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

ma... (mass x acceleration)

F/m... (force divided by mass)

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

What does Newton's Law of Inertia state?

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

Based on Newton's 2nd Law... F = ?

ma... (mass x acceleration)

Newtons I st Law

Newtons 1 st Law

Force

Inertia

A object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon a force.

An object in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon a…

A push or a push

The tendency of an object to keep doing what it's doing.

Newtons I st Law

A object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon a force.

Newtons 1 st Law

An object in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon a…

What balance is the nebula held togeth…

What layer of Earth extends to the pla…

How long is Earth's period of revoluti…

What two factors affect the gravitatio…

a balance of gravity and pressure

the core

about 365 days (365.25)

mass and distance

What balance is the nebula held togeth…

a balance of gravity and pressure

What layer of Earth extends to the pla…

the core

Newton's 1st law

1st law part 2

force

Inertia

an object at rest (not moving)will stay at rest until acted u…

an object in motion will stay in motion until acted by a force

push or pull

The tendency of an object to keep doing what it's doing

Newton's 1st law

an object at rest (not moving)will stay at rest until acted u…

1st law part 2

an object in motion will stay in motion until acted by a force

air resistance

balanced forces

unbalanced forces

Law of Conservation of Momentum

Opposes the motion of objects that move through air gravity

forces on an object that are equal in size and opposite in di…

Forces that are unequal in size and/or are not in the same di…

The momentum of an object does not change unless its mass and…

air resistance

Opposes the motion of objects that move through air gravity

balanced forces

forces on an object that are equal in size and opposite in di…

Inerta

Inertial Reference Frame

Non Inertial Reference Frame

Mass

Tendency of an object to maintain its state pf rest or consta…

-Newtons First Law is valid... -Acceleration must be zero... -Ex. E…

-1st Law is not valid... -Acceleration does not equal zero and c…

Quantitative measure of inertia and the amount of matter in a…

Inerta

Tendency of an object to maintain its state pf rest or consta…

Inertial Reference Frame

-Newtons First Law is valid... -Acceleration must be zero... -Ex. E…

Closed System

Origin

Frame of Reference

Distance

System of objects isolated from external... forces. Motion of th…

The reference point on which a frame of... reference is based; t…

A set of coordinates from which an observer... surveys the prope…

The length of the actual path that... connects one location to a…

Closed System

System of objects isolated from external... forces. Motion of th…

Origin

The reference point on which a frame of... reference is based; t…

Accuracy

Critical Thinking

Direction

Graph

A description of how close a measurement is to the true value…

The ability and willingness to assess claims critically and m…

non-commutative relationship between two objects (or events)…

a diagram showing the relation between variable quantities, t…

Accuracy

A description of how close a measurement is to the true value…

Critical Thinking

The ability and willingness to assess claims critically and m…

biomechanics

production of force from our muscles d…

ergonomics

how is ergonomics beneficial

external and internal forces responsible for movement

muscles ability to generate tension

design for facilities, tools, and tasks that match human capa…

"fitting the job to the worker" ... - prevents injury ... - reduces…

biomechanics

external and internal forces responsible for movement

production of force from our muscles d…

muscles ability to generate tension

Solar system

Planet

Solar Nebula

Planetesimal

the sun and all of the planets and other bodies that travel a…

any of the primary bodies that orbit the sun; a similar body…

a rotating cloud of gas and dust from which the sun and plane…

a small body from which a planet originated in the early stag…

Solar system

the sun and all of the planets and other bodies that travel a…

Planet

any of the primary bodies that orbit the sun; a similar body…

Revolve

Orbit

Rotate

Axis

To orbit or move in a curved path around a center point or ax…

The path of a celestial body or an artificial satellite as it…

To turn around on an axis or center.

A center line to which parts of a structure or body may be re…

Revolve

To orbit or move in a curved path around a center point or ax…

Orbit

The path of a celestial body or an artificial satellite as it…

Force

Net Force

Vector

Vector Quantity

push and pull, a force is required to change the state of mot…

The combination of all forces acting on an object

the arrow that represents the magnitude and direction of a qu…

a quantity that needs both magnitude and direction for a comp…

Force

push and pull, a force is required to change the state of mot…

Net Force

The combination of all forces acting on an object

Biotic factor

Abiotic factor

Producers

Consumers

A living part of an ecosystem

The non-living parts of an ecosystem such as soil, climate an…

Organisms that make their own food

Organisms that rely on other organisms for energy and nutrients

Biotic factor

A living part of an ecosystem

Abiotic factor

The non-living parts of an ecosystem such as soil, climate an…

Solar System

Planet

gravity

inertia

the Sun and the objects that are traveling around it

any of the eight large bodies that travel around the Sun and…

a force of attraction, or pull, between any object and any ot…

the tendency of a moving object to keep moving in a straight…

Solar System

the Sun and the objects that are traveling around it

Planet

any of the eight large bodies that travel around the Sun and…

Vector Quantity

Quantities that are vectors & their un…

Quantities that are NOT vectors & thei…

Write Newton's first law & example

A quantity that has both direction and magnitude

Weight(n)... Acceleration(m/s2)... Velocity(m/s)... Force(n)... Displacem…

Distance(m)... speed(m/s)

An object at rest & an object in motion maintains its velocit…

Vector Quantity

A quantity that has both direction and magnitude

Quantities that are vectors & their un…

Weight(n)... Acceleration(m/s2)... Velocity(m/s)... Force(n)... Displacem…

Force

Net Force

Vector

A Vector Quantity

A push or pull

The combination of all force acting on an object and changes…

an arrow that represents the magnitude and direction of a qua…

a quantity that needs both magnitude and direction for a comp…

Force

A push or pull

Net Force

The combination of all force acting on an object and changes…

Newton's first Law of Motion

gravity

Newton's law of universal gravitation

one fourth

says that an object at rest will stay at rest and an object i…

Inertia and ________ combine to keep Earth in orbit around th…

states that every object in the universe attracts every other…

Gravity decreases to ____ _____ of its original value if the…

Newton's first Law of Motion

says that an object at rest will stay at rest and an object i…

gravity

Inertia and ________ combine to keep Earth in orbit around th…

Satellite

Planet

Meteor

Comet

An object that orbits a planet.

An object that orbits a star, is large enough to have become…

A streak of light in the sky produced by the burning of a met…

A loose collection of ice and dust that orbits the sun, typic…

Satellite

An object that orbits a planet.

Planet

An object that orbits a star, is large enough to have become…