# Study sets matching "momentum"

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impulse

momentum

impulse-momentum theorem

angular momentum

The product of the average net force on an object and the time…

The product of the object's mass and the object's velocity.

States that the impulse on an object equals the object's final…

The product of a rotating object's moment of inertial and its…

impulse

The product of the average net force on an object and the time…

momentum

The product of the object's mass and the object's velocity.

action-reaction pair

balanced forces vs action-reaction force

Newton's Third Law

Requirements for momentum

A pair of forces that exerts simultaneously in opposite direct…

- Balanced forces works on 1 object ... - Action-reaction forces…

To every actions, there is a opposite and equal reaction

In motion and must have mass

action-reaction pair

A pair of forces that exerts simultaneously in opposite direct…

balanced forces vs action-reaction force

- Balanced forces works on 1 object ... - Action-reaction forces…

motion

distance

displacement

speed

an object in motion is changing position

how far you must travel/have travelled from your starting point

the distance and direction starting point

distance/time

motion

an object in motion is changing position

distance

how far you must travel/have travelled from your starting point

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N 1st law

N 2nd law

N 3rd law

linea

an object will remain at rest or move with constant velocity u…

the net resultant force acting on an object is directly propor…

when two objects interact they exert equal and opposite forces…

...

N 1st law

an object will remain at rest or move with constant velocity u…

N 2nd law

the net resultant force acting on an object is directly propor…

momentum

inelastic collision

elastic collision

law of conservation of momentum

inertia in motion

two objects hit and begin going in the same direction with dif…

hit and bounce off one another

in the absence of an external force, the momentum of a system…

momentum

inertia in motion

inelastic collision

two objects hit and begin going in the same direction with dif…

closed system

internal forces

External forces

isolated system

a system that does not gain or lose mass

The forces inside a closed system

Forces outside the closed system

a system on which the net external force is zero

closed system

a system that does not gain or lose mass

internal forces

The forces inside a closed system

impulse

momentum

impulse-momentum theorem

angular momentum

The product of the average net force on an object and the time…

The product of the object's mass and the object's velocity.

States that the impulse on an object equals the object's final…

The product of a rotating object's moment of inertial and its…

impulse

The product of the average net force on an object and the time…

momentum

The product of the object's mass and the object's velocity.

What does Momentum have ?

momentum is equal to mass x force, true…

When objects become tangled or stick to…

What is elastic collision?

Magnitude and direction

False

inelastic

Objects that collide and bounce off of each other.

What does Momentum have ?

Magnitude and direction

momentum is equal to mass x force, true…

False

momentum

impulse

Newton's 3rd law

conservation of momentum

an object's mass time its velocity

the average force applied over an interval of time

for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction

the momentum in a closed and isolated system will remain const…

momentum

an object's mass time its velocity

impulse

the average force applied over an interval of time

An object at rest and an object in moti…

The tendency of all objects to resist a…

The acceleration of an object depends o…

Formula for Mass

Newton's First Law

Inertia

Newton's Second Law

M=F / A

An object at rest and an object in moti…

Newton's First Law

The tendency of all objects to resist a…

Inertia

Momentum

Impulse

Conservation of Linear Momentum

Internal forces

a vector; its direction is the same as the direction of the ve…

a vector, in the same direction as the average force; equal to…

The net force acting on an object is the rate of change of its…

act between objects within the system; cannot change the momen…

Momentum

a vector; its direction is the same as the direction of the ve…

Impulse

a vector, in the same direction as the average force; equal to…

momentum

impulse

newtons 3rd law

conversation of momentum

an objects mass times its velocity

the average force applied over an interval of time

for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction

the momentum in a closed and isolated system will remain const…

momentum

an objects mass times its velocity

impulse

the average force applied over an interval of time

What is carpenter hammering on a nail a…

What happens when 2 forces act in the s…

The tendency of an object to resist cha…

The greater the mass of an object...

Exerting a force.

The force adds together.

Inertia.

The greater the Inertia.

What is carpenter hammering on a nail a…

Exerting a force.

What happens when 2 forces act in the s…

The force adds together.

momentum

kg m/s

Action/reaction

conservation of momentum

the product of mass and velocity

the unit for momentum

Newton's 3rd law of motion

loss of momentum in one object equals the gain in momentum of…

momentum

the product of mass and velocity

kg m/s

the unit for momentum

Velocity

Speed

Acceleration

Momentum

Distance divided by time plus direction

Distance divided by time

Speeding up, slowing down, or changing direction

How hard it is to stop a moving object

Velocity

Distance divided by time plus direction

Speed

Distance divided by time

changing position is

relative motion is when

displacement

speed

something in motion

an object changes position if it moves relative to a reference…

includes the distance between the starting and ending point an…

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

changing position is

something in motion

relative motion is when

an object changes position if it moves relative to a reference…

equation for velocity

terminal velocity

free fall

projectile motion

gravity x time

the constant velocity of a falling object when the force of ai…

the motion of a body when only a fore of gravity is acting upo…

the curved path that an object follows when thrown launched, o…

equation for velocity

gravity x time

terminal velocity

the constant velocity of a falling object when the force of ai…

acceleration

average speed

inertia

instantaneous speed

Change in velocity divided by the time it takes for the change…

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

Tendency if an object to resist a change in its motion

the speed of an object at one instant of time

acceleration

Change in velocity divided by the time it takes for the change…

average speed

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

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Work is defined as

If nellie newton pushes an object with…

Power is defined as

An arrow in a bow has 70J of potential…

force times distance

4 times the work

work over time

70J

Work is defined as

force times distance

If nellie newton pushes an object with…

4 times the work

Momentum

Law of Conservation of Momentum

Free fall

Satellites

Characteristic of a moving object that is related to the mass…

States that the total momentum of the objects in an interactio…

When the only force acting on an object is gravity; motion whe…

Objects that orbit around other objects in space; continuously…

Momentum

Characteristic of a moving object that is related to the mass…

Law of Conservation of Momentum

States that the total momentum of the objects in an interactio…