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Motion 4
Thermal Transfer
Mechanical Transfer
Energy transforamtion
Input Force
transfer of heat energy from one material to another through…
transfer of energy from one material through another's motion
change from one form of energy to another
The force exerted on a machine
Thermal Transfer
transfer of heat energy from one material to another through…
Mechanical Transfer
transfer of energy from one material through another's motion
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2.4 Force and Motion
Force
Friction
Gravity
Vibration
push or pull
force that works against movement
force that pulls objects towards each other
rapid back and forth movement
Force
push or pull
Friction
force that works against movement
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Force and Motion Review #4
Object A is not moving and object B is…
Net Force
Gravity
Inertia
When distance form object A changes
The overall force acting on an object after all the forces ar…
is a force that attracts all objects toward each
The tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion.
Object A is not moving and object B is…
When distance form object A changes
Net Force
The overall force acting on an object after all the forces ar…
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Unit 4: Motion and Force
Motion
Frame of Reference
Distance
Displacement
An object's change in position in relation to a reference poi…
A system for specifying the precise location of objects in sp…
Path traveled. (d=Xf-Xi)
The change in a position of an object - start to end (how far…
Motion
An object's change in position in relation to a reference poi…
Frame of Reference
A system for specifying the precise location of objects in sp…
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Unit #4: Forces and Motion
Force
Newton
Net Force
Friction
A push or pull that acts on an object.
(N) The SI unit for force, equal to the force that causes a 1…
The overall force acting on an object after all the forces ar…
A force that opposes the motion of objects that touch as they…
Force
A push or pull that acts on an object.
Newton
(N) The SI unit for force, equal to the force that causes a 1…
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P4 - Explaining motion
acceleration
action at a distance
air resistance
average speed
Rate of change of an objects velocity.
An interaction between two objects that are not in contact, w…
The force exerted on an object by the air, when it moves thro…
The distance moved by an object divided by the time taken for…
acceleration
Rate of change of an objects velocity.
action at a distance
An interaction between two objects that are not in contact, w…
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Force & Motion 4 pics
Position
Rate
Reference point
Slope
(x) An object's location at a given time.
A mathematical relationship between two factors, such as the…
A specific location used to monitor change of position. Refer…
The angle at which a surface or line is inclined. In graphs =…
Position
(x) An object's location at a given time.
Rate
A mathematical relationship between two factors, such as the…
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Describing Motion 4
motion
distance
displacement
speed
occurs when an object changes position relative to a referenc…
how far an object traveled
distance and direction of an object's change in position from…
the distance an object travels per unit time- rate of change…
motion
occurs when an object changes position relative to a referenc…
distance
how far an object traveled
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Forces of Motion review 4
Inertia
Friction
Gravity
Gravity
An object in motion wants to stay in motion and an object at…
A force that slows an object down when things rub against eac…
A force that pulls things to the center of the Earth towards…
A force of attraction between objects that is due to their ma…
Inertia
An object in motion wants to stay in motion and an object at…
Friction
A force that slows an object down when things rub against eac…
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4- The Laws of Motion
1st Law of Motion
Isaac Newton
2nd Law of Motion
Inertia
Moving objects will move until something stops it. Something…
Very well known for his developments in physics. He is the pe…
This one is all about doing some "MAF" and the relationship b…
The idea that objects don't like to change what they're doing…
1st Law of Motion
Moving objects will move until something stops it. Something…
Isaac Newton
Very well known for his developments in physics. He is the pe…
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Force And Motion - Week 4
friction
gravity
speed
velocity
A force that opposes the motion of a body across a surface or…
A force that exists between any two objects that have mass.
Distance traveled per unit of time.
The speed and direction of moving objects.
friction
A force that opposes the motion of a body across a surface or…
gravity
A force that exists between any two objects that have mass.
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Force, Motion, and Energy (4)
force
light
gravity
friction
A push or pull exerted on an object
energy in a form we can see
a force that pulls object towards it.
A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are tou…
force
A push or pull exerted on an object
light
energy in a form we can see
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Motion 4
What is a force?
What is air resistance?
What is a net force?
What is a balanced force?
A push or a pull (ex. a kick, hit, punch)
An unseen force that pushes on an object on an object in an o…
Forces that result in a change in velocity (speed and directi…
Forces that are equal in size but opposite in direction (ex b…
What is a force?
A push or a pull (ex. a kick, hit, punch)
What is air resistance?
An unseen force that pushes on an object on an object in an o…
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4. Bowditch Motion and speed
speed definition
speed formula
frame of reference
motion
the distance an object travels in a certain amount of time
speed = distance/time
the background by which you can tell if an object is moving
a change in position
speed definition
the distance an object travels in a certain amount of time
speed formula
speed = distance/time
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Forces and Motion 1-4: Motion words
average speed
distance
direction
graph
Determined by dividing the trip distance by the total time of…
A measurement of how far from each other two points or places…
The path along which something moves, lies, or points.
A representation of data plotted on an x-axis and y-axis.
average speed
Determined by dividing the trip distance by the total time of…
distance
A measurement of how far from each other two points or places…
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Force and Motion Week 4
friction
gravity
speed
velocity
A force that opposes the motion of a body across a surface or…
A force that exists between any two objects that have mass.
Distance traveled per unit of time.
The speed and direction of moving objects.
friction
A force that opposes the motion of a body across a surface or…
gravity
A force that exists between any two objects that have mass.
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4.2 Motion
Motion is describe by what?
changes in motion
friction is a force that...
Energy may exist in two states
an object's direction and speed
are related to force and mass
opposes motion
kinetic or potential
Motion is describe by what?
an object's direction and speed
changes in motion
are related to force and mass
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#57 - Transmission of Motion - Sec. 4
Chain and Sprocket
Belt and Pulley
Gear Train
Friction Gears
A system with 2 gears and a chain linking between them.
A system similar to a chain and sprocket, only with smoother,…
These move through direct contact, they insert one in the oth…
A system where two smooth pinions rub together to transmit mo…
Chain and Sprocket
A system with 2 gears and a chain linking between them.
Belt and Pulley
A system similar to a chain and sprocket, only with smoother,…
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4:4 Laws of Motion
Isaac Newton
Newton's 1st Law of Motion
Law of Inertia
inertia
studied how forces affect the motion of objects and developed…
states an object at rest or an object in motion will continue…
Newton's 1st Law of Motion is often referred to as __________…
the tendency of an object to continue moving in a straight li…
Isaac Newton
studied how forces affect the motion of objects and developed…
Newton's 1st Law of Motion
states an object at rest or an object in motion will continue…
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SESSION 4. THE EARTH IN MOTION
Equinoxes
Solstices
Temperate
Frigid
Equinoxes
Solstices
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Motions 4
caudofemoralis
medial head of triceps
gracilis
vastus medialis
adducts thigh helps extend knee
extends elbow
adducts leg and draws posteriorly
extends thigh
caudofemoralis
adducts thigh helps extend knee
medial head of triceps
extends elbow
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Carlson - Science 4 - Motion
Energy transfer
Forms of Energy
Circuit
Series Circuit
Energy passes from one thing to another.
Light, Heat, Sound, Electricity, Chemical, Kinetic, Potential
A path that electricity can flow through.
Electricity has one path to follow.
Energy transfer
Energy passes from one thing to another.
Forms of Energy
Light, Heat, Sound, Electricity, Chemical, Kinetic, Potential
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Force, Motion and Energy 4 - Leal
Energy
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy
Mechanical Energy
the ability to do work or cause change
the energy an object can have due to its position, shape or c…
the energy an object has as a result of its motion or movement
the energy an object has due to its motion or position
Energy
the ability to do work or cause change
Potential Energy
the energy an object can have due to its position, shape or c…
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Unit 4-Force and Motion
Motion
Reference Point
Displacement
Speed
An objects change in position relative to a reference... point
A place or object to which another location is... compared
The straight-line distance between a starting point... and an en…
The measure of how quickly distance changes with... time
Motion
An objects change in position relative to a reference... point
Reference Point
A place or object to which another location is... compared
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Unit 4: Constant Motion
Speed
Velocity
Slope
Inertia
change in distance over the change in time
change in distance over the change in time in a certain direc…
change in y divided by change in x
the resistance of any physical object to any change in its st…
Speed
change in distance over the change in time
Velocity
change in distance over the change in time in a certain direc…
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Unit 4: Forces & Motion
balance forces
Control
Direction
force
Forces that cancel each other out because they are equal in s…
Condition or factor that is kept the same throughout an exper…
The line or course along which something is moving
A push or pull which may cause a change in an objecpooomotion
balance forces
Forces that cancel each other out because they are equal in s…
Control
Condition or factor that is kept the same throughout an exper…
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Vocab 4 - Force and Motion
Matter
Motion
Force
Gravity
anything that occupies space and has mass (made of atoms)
the action or process of moving or being moved
strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or move…
the force that attracts a body toward the center of Earth, or…
Matter
anything that occupies space and has mass (made of atoms)
Motion
the action or process of moving or being moved
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Unit 4 Forces and Motion
balanced force
mass
force
unbalanced force
the forces pushing (or pulling) an object in one direction ar…
amount of matter in an object
something that does work or causes a change
the forces on an object are pushing harder in one direction t…
balanced force
the forces pushing (or pulling) an object in one direction ar…
mass
amount of matter in an object
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Study Guide: Motion 4
Work
Force
Power
Newton
Done when a force is exerted on a object that causes the obje…
a push or pull
a rate which work is done; power is measured in watts
the unit we measure force in
Work
Done when a force is exerted on a object that causes the obje…
Force
a push or pull
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Unit 4 Forces and Motion
Displacement
Average Speed
Air resistance
Momentum
Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…
Total distance an object travels divided by the total time it…
Force that opposes the motion of objects that move through th…
Property of a moving object that equals its mass times its ve…
Displacement
Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…
Average Speed
Total distance an object travels divided by the total time it…
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Water 4: Ocean Motion
What are oceans important for?
How were oceans formed?
The measure of salts dissolved in seaw…
When elements are added and removed at…
Food, mineral, energy resources, transportation, weather, and…
Volcanic water vapor cooled and condensed into storm clouds,…
Salinity
A steady state
What are oceans important for?
Food, mineral, energy resources, transportation, weather, and…
How were oceans formed?
Volcanic water vapor cooled and condensed into storm clouds,…
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Chapter 4 The Laws of Motion
momentum
second law of motion
third law of motion
weight
property of a moving object that equals its mass times its ve…
states that the acceleration of an object is in the same dire…
states that when one object exerts a force on a second object…
gravitational force exerted on an object.
momentum
property of a moving object that equals its mass times its ve…
second law of motion
states that the acceleration of an object is in the same dire…
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Force & Motion 4
Position
Rate
Reference point
Slope
(x) An object's location at a given time.
A mathematical relationship between two factors, such as the…
A specific location used to monitor change of position. Refer…
The angle at which a surface or line is inclined. In graphs,…
Position
(x) An object's location at a given time.
Rate
A mathematical relationship between two factors, such as the…
13 terms
Science Ch. 4 Forces and Motion
Friction
numbers, position words, maps
It will move faster
roll faster
Which force makes it hard to ride a bike?
What are ways you can describe an object's position?
What happens if you push a moving swing hard?
Applying a force to a rolling object in the direction it is m…
Friction
Which force makes it hard to ride a bike?
numbers, position words, maps
What are ways you can describe an object's position?
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4.1-4.4 Motion
motion
speed
What occurs when something changes its postion
Distance traveled in a certain amount of time.
motion
What occurs when something changes its postion
speed
Distance traveled in a certain amount of time.
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P4- Explaining Motion
speed (m/s)
velocity
distance (m)
displacement
distance/time, the speed of an object is the distance travele…
describe both speed and direction
area covered
displacement of something is its distance in a given directio…
speed (m/s)
distance/time, the speed of an object is the distance travele…
velocity
describe both speed and direction
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Poster 4 - Motion/force/
speed
velocity
acceleration
friction
the rate at which an object moves; speed depends on distance…
the speed and direction of a moving object
a change in an object's speed or direction; a change of veloc…
a force that opposes motion between two things that are movin…
speed
the rate at which an object moves; speed depends on distance…
velocity
the speed and direction of a moving object
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P4- Explaining Motion
Velocity
Instantaneous Speed
Gradient
Distance Time Graph
An object's speed and direction
The speed of an object at a particular point.
The steepness of the slope of a graph
Velocity
An object's speed and direction
Instantaneous Speed
The speed of an object at a particular point.
Motion (weeks 4/5)
Net Force
Balanced Force
Unbalanced Force
Centripetal Force
the combination of all the forces acting on an object
forces acting on an object that combine and form a net force…
forces acting on an object that combine and form a net force…
in circular motion, a force that acts perpendicular to the di…
Net Force
the combination of all the forces acting on an object
Balanced Force
forces acting on an object that combine and form a net force…
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Motion week 4- study
Acceleration
Force
Unbalanced Force
Balanced Force
A change in speed, a change in direction, or a change in both.
A push or pull exerted on an object; ... has a size and directio…
Two unequal forces (pushes or pulls) that act on an object ca…
Two forces (pushes or pulls) that act equally on an object an…
Acceleration
A change in speed, a change in direction, or a change in both.
Force
A push or pull exerted on an object; ... has a size and directio…
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Body in Motion - Stage 4
Locomotor movement include...
A locomotor movement is...
A non-locomotor movement is...
Fundamental movement skills include
running, swimming, cycling
any movement that involves the body moving from one place to…
any movement that you perform on the spot
Hop, skip, throw, hit, balance, dodge, kick, jump, side gallo…
Locomotor movement include...
running, swimming, cycling
A locomotor movement is...
any movement that involves the body moving from one place to…
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P4: Explaining Motion
distance time graph (scalar quantity)
velocity time graph (vector quantity)
instantaneous speed
instantaneous velocity
* shows how far a moving object is from its starting point at…
a quantity that is independent of the route taken between sta…
the speed of an object at a particular point in time
the instantaneous speed of an object with an indication of it…
distance time graph (scalar quantity)
* shows how far a moving object is from its starting point at…
velocity time graph (vector quantity)
a quantity that is independent of the route taken between sta…
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Chapter 4: Linear Motion
Instantaneous Speed
Average speed
Velocity
Constant Velocity
This is the speed of an object at a "moment" or "instant" in…
This is the total distance divided the total interval of time…
Speed in a straight line direction
Constant speed in a constant, straight line direction
Instantaneous Speed
This is the speed of an object at a "moment" or "instant" in…
Average speed
This is the total distance divided the total interval of time…
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Unit 4: Force, Mass, and Motion
Motion
Reference Point
Speed
Velocity
A change in the speed or position of an object relative to th…
A place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
the distance an object travels per unit of time
the speed of an object in a particular direction
Motion
A change in the speed or position of an object relative to th…
Reference Point
A place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
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Unit 4 Force and Motion
Force
Balanced Force
Unbalanced Force
Gravity (force)
push or pull
forces acting on an object are equal but in opposite directio…
forces acting on an object that DO NOT cancel each other (Mot…
The weight of an object (force of gravity on an object)... force…
Force
push or pull
Balanced Force
forces acting on an object are equal but in opposite directio…
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Ch. 4 Force and Motion
Speed
Instantaneous Speed
Average Speed
Velocity
A measurement that describes the distance a moving object tra…
The speed of an object at one instant in time.
The overall rate of speed at which an object moves.
Speed in a given direction.
Speed
A measurement that describes the distance a moving object tra…
Instantaneous Speed
The speed of an object at one instant in time.
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Harmonic Motion/Waves 4
amplitude
cycle
frequency
harmonic motion
the maximum distance from the average in harmonic motion.
a unit of motion that repeats over and over.
the number of wavelengths that pass a given point in one seco…
motion that repeats itself.
amplitude
the maximum distance from the average in harmonic motion.
cycle
a unit of motion that repeats over and over.
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4.1 Motion and Forces
Newton's First Law
Force
Agent
Contact Force
An object has no forces acting on it. If it is at rest, it wi…
A push or pull exerted on an object (Vector quantity)... Interac…
Something that acts or pushes or pulls (the specific identifi…
a force that acts on an object by touching it at a point of c…
Newton's First Law
An object has no forces acting on it. If it is at rest, it wi…
Force
A push or pull exerted on an object (Vector quantity)... Interac…
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Chapter 4 Energy and Motion
energy
motion
kinetic energy
potential energy
the ability to do work
a change in position
energy of motion
saved energy
energy
the ability to do work
motion
a change in position
week 4 force and motion
machine
simple machine
energy
work
something that replaces human effort and makes work easier.
A tool that makes work easier; has few or no moving parts.
the ability to do work.
The ability to move something
machine
something that replaces human effort and makes work easier.
simple machine
A tool that makes work easier; has few or no moving parts.
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