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Chapter 6 Motion
motion
Reference point
International System of Units
Distance
an object is in motion if its position changes relative to an…
A place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
Scientists use this system of measurement
The length of the path between two points
motion
an object is in motion if its position changes relative to an…
Reference point
A place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
Chapter 6 Motion
motion
reference point
distance
speed
when an object's position changes relative to a reference point
a place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
the length between two points
the distance an object moves per unit of time
motion
when an object's position changes relative to a reference point
reference point
a place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
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Chapter 6 Describing Motion
motion
reference point
International System of Units
distance
An object is in _________ if its position changes relative to…
A place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
Scientists use this system of measurement
The length of the path between two points
motion
An object is in _________ if its position changes relative to…
reference point
A place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
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Chapter 6 Motion and Speed
motion
reference point
An object is in motion if it changes _…
International System of Units
changing position relative to another object
a place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
position
the system of measurement that scientist use
motion
changing position relative to another object
reference point
a place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
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Forces and Motion Chapter6
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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Chapter 6 - Systems in Motion
Projectile
Range
Angular Speed
Linear Speed
Any object moving through the air and affected only by gravity
The horizontal distance a projectile travels in the air befor…
The rate at which an object rotates or revolves
Distance traveled traveled per unit of time
Projectile
Any object moving through the air and affected only by gravity
Range
The horizontal distance a projectile travels in the air befor…
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Chapter 6 Laws of motion
Newtons first law
Unbalanced Forces
Inertia
Newtons second law
A law of motion that states that an object at rest and an obj…
Forces that result in a net force on an object and can cause…
The property of an object that resists changes in its motion.
A law of motion that states that acceleration is force divide…
Newtons first law
A law of motion that states that an object at rest and an obj…
Unbalanced Forces
Forces that result in a net force on an object and can cause…
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Forces in Motion - Chapter 6
terminal velocity
inertia
momentum
free fall
when air resistance and gravity are equal
the tendency of an object to resist being moved
the product of the mass and velocity of an object
when only the force of gravity is acting on a body
terminal velocity
when air resistance and gravity are equal
inertia
the tendency of an object to resist being moved
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Chapter 6- Force and Motion
position
motion
speed
velocity
an object's position or location
a change in an object's position as compared to the object's…
a measure of distance an object travels in a certain amount o…
a measure of speed in a certain direction
position
an object's position or location
motion
a change in an object's position as compared to the object's…
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Chapter 6 Motion
acceleration
displacement
energy
kinetic energy
The rate at which velocity changes... speeding up or slowing down
Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…
Ability to change
Energy of motion
acceleration
The rate at which velocity changes... speeding up or slowing down
displacement
Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…
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Chapter 6 Motion and Speed live
motion
reference point
An object is in motion if it changes _…
International System of Units
changing position relative to another object
a place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
position
the system of measurement that scientist use
motion
changing position relative to another object
reference point
a place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
Chapter 6 Motion
Speed
Velocity
Slope
Acceleration
This equals distance divided by time
the speed and direction of an object's motion
The steepness of a line on a graph
The rate at which velocity changes
Speed
This equals distance divided by time
Velocity
the speed and direction of an object's motion
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Sight Sound Motion Chapter 6
Which of the following does Zettl not…
Our peripheral vision is greater verti…
According to Zettl, is it best to keep…
What is letterboxing?... A) Showing the k…
A) It changes and expands the original aspect ratio of the sc…
False
False
B) Fitting a 16:9 image into a 4:3 screen
Which of the following does Zettl not…
A) It changes and expands the original aspect ratio of the sc…
Our peripheral vision is greater verti…
False
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Chapter 6 circular motion
the vector of two points on a circle
Centripetal acceleration
Centripetal force
Force motion relationship
The change in velocity shown by Vb - Va gives the direction a…
Force is always perpendicular to motion... motion is tangential…
the vector of two points on a circle
The change in velocity shown by Vb - Va gives the direction a…
Centripetal acceleration
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Science - Chapter 6 - Motion
Direction
Instant
Time
System
The line along which something moves
A point or very short space in time
The period of duration between two events
An established way of doing something
Direction
The line along which something moves
Instant
A point or very short space in time
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Chapter 6 motion vocab review
Motion
Reference point
International system of units
Distance
The state in which one objects distance from another is chang…
A place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
A system of units used by scientists to measure the propertie…
The length of the path between two points
Motion
The state in which one objects distance from another is chang…
Reference point
A place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
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Ch 6 Motion Vocab
MOTION
REFERENCE POINT
METER
SPEED
An objects position changes relative to another object
A place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
The SI Unit for length
The distance an object moves per unit of time
MOTION
An objects position changes relative to another object
REFERENCE POINT
A place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
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chapter 6 motion papi
1 m- ___________ cm
1m- ___________ mm
1 km- ___________ m
the international system of units is b…
100
1000
1000
prefixes... base... numerical
1 m- ___________ cm
100
1m- ___________ mm
1000
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Chapter 6 Laws of motion
Newtons first law
Unbalanced Forces
Inertia
Newtons second law
A law of motion that states that an object at rest and an obj…
Forces that result in a net force on an object and can cause…
The property of an object that resists changes in its motion.
A law of motion that states that acceleration is force divide…
Newtons first law
A law of motion that states that an object at rest and an obj…
Unbalanced Forces
Forces that result in a net force on an object and can cause…
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Forces and Motion-Chapter 6
Newton's First Law of Motion
Newton's Second Law of Motion
Newton's Third Law of Motion
Projectile Motion
Without any force to change it, an object at rest stays at re…
For a force on an object, there is an equal and opposite force.
Acceleration is caused by a force acting on a mass
The curved path something fellows when it is thrown near Eart…
Newton's First Law of Motion
Without any force to change it, an object at rest stays at re…
Newton's Second Law of Motion
For a force on an object, there is an equal and opposite force.
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Chapter 6 - Laws of Motion
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
Inertia
an object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion w…
acceleration=force/mass
for every action there is a reaction force equal in strength…
The property of an object that resists changes in motion. (mo…
Newton's First Law
an object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion w…
Newton's Second Law
acceleration=force/mass
Chapter 6 - Motion and Machines
motion
position
speed
velocity
changes in an object's position as compared to objects around…
an object's location or place
a measure of the distance an object travels in a certain amou…
a measure of speed in a certain direction
motion
changes in an object's position as compared to objects around…
position
an object's location or place
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Chapter 6 - Forces and Motion
force
motion
gravity
Newton's First Law
a push or a pull that causes an object to move
a change in position (an object can move using compass direct…
a force that pulls objects downward unless something holds th…
an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays…
force
a push or a pull that causes an object to move
motion
a change in position (an object can move using compass direct…
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Forces and Motion Chapter 6
states
change of state
melting
melting point
The three forms (solid, liquid, gas) of matter
the physical change of matter from one state to another
The change in state from a solid to a liquid
Temperature at which a solid melts
states
The three forms (solid, liquid, gas) of matter
change of state
the physical change of matter from one state to another
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Chapter 6: Motion
Acceleration
Average speed
Force
Force pair
The rate at which velocity changes with time; the change may…
Total distance traveled over the total time
a push or a pull
the action and reaction pair of forces that occur in an inter…
Acceleration
The rate at which velocity changes with time; the change may…
Average speed
Total distance traveled over the total time
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Chapter 6: Motion
Motion
Stationary
Reference Point
Distance
when an object changes its position relative to another object
when an object is not in motion
a place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
how long or short an object is
Motion
when an object changes its position relative to another object
Stationary
when an object is not in motion
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Chapter 6, Motion
Average Speed
Distance
Instantaneous Speed
International System of Units (SI)
The overall rate of speed at which an object moves; calculate…
The length of the path between 2 points.
The speed of an object at one instant of time.
A system of measurement based on multiples of 10 and on estab…
Average Speed
The overall rate of speed at which an object moves; calculate…
Distance
The length of the path between 2 points.
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Chapter 6 motion
Acceleration
Displacement
Speed
Velocity
The rate of change in velocity
Distance and direction of an object's change in position
Rate of change in position
Speed and direction of a moving object
Acceleration
The rate of change in velocity
Displacement
Distance and direction of an object's change in position
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Chapter 6 - The Lithosphere in Motion: Plate Tectonics
How many pieces is the lithosphere bro…
What is a plate?
How thick is a plate?
What does a plate consist of?
approximately 20 large plates that float on denser rocks of t…
a rigid slab of solid lithosphere rock that has clearly defin…
approximately 100km thick
thinner, upper layer of crustal rock and a thicker, underlyin…
How many pieces is the lithosphere bro…
approximately 20 large plates that float on denser rocks of t…
What is a plate?
a rigid slab of solid lithosphere rock that has clearly defin…
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Chapter 6: Motion
frames of reference
motion
distance
displacement
system of objects that are not moving in respect of each other
the change in position relative to a frame of reference
length of a path between between two points
the direction and straight line length from the starting poin…
frames of reference
system of objects that are not moving in respect of each other
motion
the change in position relative to a frame of reference
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Chapter 6 Vocabulary: Motion & Machines
force
friction
gravity
inclined plane
a push that moves an object away or a pull that moves an obje…
a force that slows or stops motion between two surfaces that…
the force that pulls bodies or objects towards other bodies o…
a simple machine made up of a slanted surface
force
a push that moves an object away or a pull that moves an obje…
friction
a force that slows or stops motion between two surfaces that…
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chapter 6 motion
Motion
Stationary
Reference point
distance
An object that changes its position relative to another object.
still
a place or object used for comparison to determine if somethi…
length of a path between two points
Motion
An object that changes its position relative to another object.
Stationary
still
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Chapter 6: Motion
Force pair
Mechanical equilibrium
Instantaneous speed
Average speed
action and reaction pair of forces that occur in an interaction
the object's state when opposing forces cancel to 0 and no ac…
speed at any given moment
total distance divided by total time
Force pair
action and reaction pair of forces that occur in an interaction
Mechanical equilibrium
the object's state when opposing forces cancel to 0 and no ac…
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Chapter 6.1 : Harmonic Motion
Define Periodic Motion
Define amplitude
Define period
Define frequency. Name the units to me…
Motion repeated over the same path in equal interval of time…
Maximum displacement from position of equilibrium
(T) time of one full cycle
(F)- number of cycles per seconds... F= Hz (hertz)
Define Periodic Motion
Motion repeated over the same path in equal interval of time…
Define amplitude
Maximum displacement from position of equilibrium
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Chapter 6 - Systems in Motion
what is mass?
define weight
What does the law of universal gravita…
an object accelerates if?
amount of matter
the measure of the gravitational force
the amount of gravity depends on the mass of the objects and…
the speed changes, the direction changes, or both
what is mass?
amount of matter
define weight
the measure of the gravitational force
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Motion Forces and Energy Chapter 6
Temperature
Fahrenheit Scale
Celsius Scale
Kelvin
A measure of the average kinetic energy of the individual par…
the most common temperature scale in US. water freezes at 32…
The most common temperature scale in other countries. water f…
temperature commonly used by physical science.
Temperature
A measure of the average kinetic energy of the individual par…
Fahrenheit Scale
the most common temperature scale in US. water freezes at 32…
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PS Chapter 6: Motion and Momentum
speed
average speed
instantaneous speed
velocity
the rate of change of position, which can be calculated by di…
found by dividing the total distance traveled by the time it…
the speed of an object at one instant of time
speed and direction of a moving object
speed
the rate of change of position, which can be calculated by di…
average speed
found by dividing the total distance traveled by the time it…
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Chapter 6: Projectile Motion (Conceptual Physics)
Distinguish between vector vs scalar q…
Describe the components of projectile…
Describe the downward motion of a hori…
At the instant a horizontally pointed…
A vector has a magnitude and direction, while a scalar only h…
The horizontal component of projectile motion is like the mot…
The downward motion of a horizontally launched projectile is…
They hit at the same time
Distinguish between vector vs scalar q…
A vector has a magnitude and direction, while a scalar only h…
Describe the components of projectile…
The horizontal component of projectile motion is like the mot…
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Chapter 6: Motion
Acceleration
Force Pair
Instantaneous Speed
Mass
The rate at which velocity changes with time; the change may…
The action and reaction pair of forces that occur in an inter…
The average speed over a very short time, or the speed at a g…
The quantity of matter in an object; measure of inertia objec…
Acceleration
The rate at which velocity changes with time; the change may…
Force Pair
The action and reaction pair of forces that occur in an inter…
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6th Grade Chapter 6 Motion
motion
reference point
International System of Units
distance
the state in which one object's distance from another is chan…
a place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
a system of units used by scientists to measure the propertie…
the length of the path between tow points
motion
the state in which one object's distance from another is chan…
reference point
a place or object used for comparison to determine if an obje…
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Chapter 6, Lesson 1: Motion
position
motion
frame of reference
speed
location of an object
change in position over time
group of objects from which you can measure a position or mot…
how fast an object's position changes over time (distance ove…
position
location of an object
motion
change in position over time
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Chapter 6 science Motion
Direction
Instant
Time
System
The line along which something travels
A point or very short space in time
Period of duration between two events
An established way of doing something
Direction
The line along which something travels
Instant
A point or very short space in time
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Chapter 6: motion restrictions
Accessory motion
Active motion
Adhesion
Capsular pattern of restriction
​The motion that occurs between joint surfaces during normal…
​Movement produced by contraction of the muscles crossing a j…
​Binding together of normally separate anatomical structures…
​A pattern of motion loss that is caused by shortening of the…
Accessory motion
​The motion that occurs between joint surfaces during normal…
Active motion
​Movement produced by contraction of the muscles crossing a j…
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Chapter 6 Motion
What is acceleration?
What is displacement?
What is speed?
What is velocity?
The rate of change in velocity
Distance and direction of an objects change in position
Rate of change in position
Speed and direction of a moving object
What is acceleration?
The rate of change in velocity
What is displacement?
Distance and direction of an objects change in position
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Chapter 6 Forces and Motion Science
Terminal velocity
Projectile Motion
Initial velocity
Horizontal velocity
the constant velocity of a falling object when the force of a…
the curved path that an object follows when thrown, launched,…
The velocity of a moving body at the starting; especially the…
- Determines distance traveled
Terminal velocity
the constant velocity of a falling object when the force of a…
Projectile Motion
the curved path that an object follows when thrown, launched,…
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Science Chapter 6 Motion
Explain the effect of gravity and air…
Explain why objects in orbit are in fr…
Describe how projectile motion is affe…
Describe Newton's first law of motion,…
Objects fall at the same rate no matter their mass because ac…
An object is in free fall only if gravity is pulling it down…
There are two forces affecting an object want that pushes hor…
An object at rest will stay at rest an object at motion will…
Explain the effect of gravity and air…
Objects fall at the same rate no matter their mass because ac…
Explain why objects in orbit are in fr…
An object is in free fall only if gravity is pulling it down…
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Chapter 6: Motion Restrictions
Causes of AROM Restriction
Causes of PROM Restriction
Physiological motion
Accessory Motion
muscle weakness... abnormal tone... pain from musculotendinous unit…
soft tissue shortening... edema... adhesions... mechanical block... spina…
one body segment moving in relation to another body segment
AKA Joint Play... motion between joint surfaces: roll, glide, spin
Causes of AROM Restriction
muscle weakness... abnormal tone... pain from musculotendinous unit…
Causes of PROM Restriction
soft tissue shortening... edema... adhesions... mechanical block... spina…
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Forces, Motion, and Energy--Chapter 6
Temperature
Farenheit scale
Celcius scale
Kelvin scale
the average kinetic energy of the individual particles
a temperature scale that defines the freezing point of water…
a temperature scale that defines the freezing point of water…
the temperature scale in which the freezing point of water is…
Temperature
the average kinetic energy of the individual particles
Farenheit scale
a temperature scale that defines the freezing point of water…
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chapter 6: Motion Media
animated film
b-movies
Big Three
block booking
narrative films with drawn scenes and characters
low-budget movie; usually with little artistic aspiration
ABC, CBS, NBC
a rental agreement through which a movie house accepts a batc…
animated film
narrative films with drawn scenes and characters
b-movies
low-budget movie; usually with little artistic aspiration
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Chapter 6: Motion Media
synergy
suspension of disbelief
star system
studio system
an interaction that produces a combined effect greater than t…
occurs when you surrender doubts about the reality of a story…
making actors into celebrities to increase the size of movie…
when major studios controlled all aspects of the movie industry
synergy
an interaction that produces a combined effect greater than t…
suspension of disbelief
occurs when you surrender doubts about the reality of a story…
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