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motion

distance

displacement

calculating displacement

change in an objects position, relative to a reference point,…

the total length travelled

the distance and direction of an objects change in position,…

same direction is added/ opposite direction is subtracted

motion

change in an objects position, relative to a reference point,…

distance

the total length travelled

First Law of Motion

Inertia

Second Law of Motion

Newton

~ The ______ ______ ___ __________ is the basis of numerous h…

~ ____________ is the tendency of an object to remain at rest…

~The _________ ____ __ ________ states that an object begins…

~ A ________ is defined as the force needed to accelerate a 1…

First Law of Motion

~ The ______ ______ ___ __________ is the basis of numerous h…

Inertia

~ ____________ is the tendency of an object to remain at rest…

calculus

First Law of Motion

First Revolution of Physics

Force

a type of mathematics developed by Newton... and others.

called the "principle of inertia."

synthesis of Isaac Newton,... which was built on the work of ear…

to a physicist the only forces in nature are gravity, electro…

calculus

a type of mathematics developed by Newton... and others.

First Law of Motion

called the "principle of inertia."

The center of mass (equation)

Newton's first law

Newton's second law

Newton's third law,

is the average distance, weighted by mass

inertia... The law of inertia basically states the following: w…

F = ma

orces equal and opposite

The center of mass (equation)

is the average distance, weighted by mass

Newton's first law

inertia... The law of inertia basically states the following: w…

Newton's First Law of Motion

Newton's Second Law of Motion

Newton's Third Law of Motion

If objects have different weights. . .…

an object at rest will remain at rest and an object that is m…

the net force on an object is equal to the product of its acc…

if one object exerts a force on another object, then the seco…

they still fall at the same rate if there is no air resistance

Newton's First Law of Motion

an object at rest will remain at rest and an object that is m…

Newton's Second Law of Motion

the net force on an object is equal to the product of its acc…

Rotation

Revolution

Axis

Period

Turning around an internal axis

Turning around an external axis

An imaginary line around through which turning takes place

The time to go around once; usually measured seconds

Rotation

Turning around an internal axis

Revolution

Turning around an external axis

Describe the tide.

Black holes

The pedigree Orbit

The apogee orbit

the tide occurs when the moon is halfway between a new moon a…

A mass that has collapsed. It creates a density that is enorm…

The point at which the elliptical orbit is nearest to the cen…

The point in which the center of the orbit is farthest from t…

Describe the tide.

the tide occurs when the moon is halfway between a new moon a…

Black holes

A mass that has collapsed. It creates a density that is enorm…

Inertial mass

Keplers second law

Gravitational mass

Gravitational field

Amount of resistance an object has to any application of force

States that an imaginary line drawn between a planet and the…

When it is increases gravitational force will also increase ;…

Region around the earth where objects experience a force due…

Inertial mass

Amount of resistance an object has to any application of force

Keplers second law

States that an imaginary line drawn between a planet and the…

motion

distance

displacement

calculating displacement

change in an objects position, relative to a reference point,…

the total length travelled

the distance and direction of an objects change in position,…

same direction is added/ opposite direction is subtracted

motion

change in an objects position, relative to a reference point,…

distance

the total length travelled

What is a FORCE?

What can a force do?

How is force measured?

What is a contact force?

a push or a pull that has both size and direction

cause a change in an object's motion - a change of speed or d…

in Newtons (N)

a force that acts when one object touches or bumps into another

What is a FORCE?

a push or a pull that has both size and direction

What can a force do?

cause a change in an object's motion - a change of speed or d…

Motion

Reference Point

speed

Speed Formula

Means moving; it is measured as distance. Meters are used to…

Is an object used for comparison to tell if an object is in m…

It tells you how far something moves in a certain amount of t…

Ex:

Motion

Means moving; it is measured as distance. Meters are used to…

Reference Point

Is an object used for comparison to tell if an object is in m…

tangential speed

rotational speed

rotational intertia

torque

the linear speed tangent to a curved path, such as in circula…

the number of rotations or revolutions per unit of time

that property of an object that measures its resistance to an…

the product of force and lever-arm distance which tends to pr…

tangential speed

the linear speed tangent to a curved path, such as in circula…

rotational speed

the number of rotations or revolutions per unit of time

Force

Gravity

Law of Universal Gravitation

Mass

Attractive force between objects; it's strength depends on th…

A scientific law that states **every object** in the universe a…

Force

Gravity

Attractive force between objects; it's strength depends on th…

Describe the function and direction of…

Identify forces that are used as centr…

Describe the effects of changing 'r' o…

Describe simulated gravity in the exam…

function-force used to create circular motion... direction-point…

...

more r=more roational speed=more Fc. Less r=less roational sp…

...

Describe the function and direction of…

function-force used to create circular motion... direction-point…

Identify forces that are used as centr…

...

What is the meaning of the acceleratio…

How does the velocity of a falling obj…

The force that opposes the motion of o…

What 3 factors affect the amount of ai…

Accelerate toward Earth at the rate of 9.8 meters per hour

When it goes down, it speed up... When it goes up, it slow down

Air resistance

1) size... 2) shape... 3) speed

What is the meaning of the acceleratio…

Accelerate toward Earth at the rate of 9.8 meters per hour

How does the velocity of a falling obj…

When it goes down, it speed up... When it goes up, it slow down

If the earth were hollow but still had…

If the earth were of uniform density,…

The gravitational force of attraction…

A ball of mass M at the end of a strin…

Your weight would be the same

Your weight would be less in the mineshaft

Doubling the mass of both objects, only

Doubling V and halving R

If the earth were hollow but still had…

Your weight would be the same

If the earth were of uniform density,…

Your weight would be less in the mineshaft

disk: greater tangential outer or inner?

disk: greater rotational speed outer o…

centripetal force

centrifugal force

outer, greater radius

same, same number of revolutions

center-seeking force, causes obj to follow circular path

center-fleeing, fictional force: not part of interaction

disk: greater tangential outer or inner?

outer, greater radius

disk: greater rotational speed outer o…

same, same number of revolutions

Projectile Motion

Centripedal Force

Inertia

Momentum

Curved path an object follows as a result of a centripedal fo…

Unbalanced force that causes projectile motion

Tendency of all objects to resist changes in motion

Property of a moving object; depends on mass and velocity

Projectile Motion

Curved path an object follows as a result of a centripedal fo…

Centripedal Force

Unbalanced force that causes projectile motion

Suppose a baseball and a marble are dr…

What Italian scientist argued that the…

Why do object fall to the ground at th…

On what two factors does acceleration…

They would hit the ground at the same time.

Galileo Galilei

Because mass does not affect gravity

On force and mass

Suppose a baseball and a marble are dr…

They would hit the ground at the same time.

What Italian scientist argued that the…

Galileo Galilei

the mass of an object does not affect…

fall; same rate; acceleration; same

heavier; greater; harder; accelerate;…

9.8m/s²

What did Galileo think about falling objects?

Objects _ to the ground at the _ _ because the _ due to gravi…

A _ object experiences a _ gravitational force than a lighter…

What is the rate at which objects accelerate towards Earth?

the mass of an object does not affect…

What did Galileo think about falling objects?

fall; same rate; acceleration; same

Objects _ to the ground at the _ _ because the _ due to gravi…

Proved that all objects fall to the gr…

9.8 seconds squared

🔼velocity=gravity * time

Air resistance

Gailo

All objects accelerate toward the Earth at the rate of

You can calculate the change in velocity of a falling object…

Is the force that opposes motion of all objects through the air

Proved that all objects fall to the gr…

Gailo

9.8 seconds squared

All objects accelerate toward the Earth at the rate of

What is Gravity?

How does the force of gravity affect o…

Force (definition)

Force

- force that causes matter to be attracted to other matter... -w…

-force of gravity acting on an object on Earth determines the…

a pull or push that is applied to an object

Force is a push or a pull on an object

What is Gravity?

- force that causes matter to be attracted to other matter... -w…

How does the force of gravity affect o…

-force of gravity acting on an object on Earth determines the…

A force that pulls objects toward each…

The force that makes an apple fall to…

What does the law of the universal gra…

The force of attraction between two ob…

gravity

the same force that keeps Earth orbiting the sun.

The force of gravity acts between all objects in the universe.

Mass and the distance between the items.

A force that pulls objects toward each…

gravity

The force that makes an apple fall to…

the same force that keeps Earth orbiting the sun.

The force of air resistance

Net force

The force of gravity

Terminal velocity

A force that pishes up on an object as it falls down. This fo…

The total of all forces on an object. Because it does not equ…

If this were the only force acting on the object, it would ac…

When air resistance increases until it, arches the downward f…

The force of air resistance

A force that pishes up on an object as it falls down. This fo…

Net force

The total of all forces on an object. Because it does not equ…

Cause and Effect

Data

Pattern

Science

Scientists use experiments to look for patterns in data that…

The measurements and observations gathered from an experiment.

A blank is something that happens in a regular and repeated w…

All knowledge learned from experiments is parts of blank.

Cause and Effect

Scientists use experiments to look for patterns in data that…

Data

The measurements and observations gathered from an experiment.

Force

Gravity

Mass

Weight

A push or pull exerted on an object

The attractive force between objects; strength depends on the…

The amount of matter in an object

The force of gravity on an object

Force

A push or pull exerted on an object

Gravity

The attractive force between objects; strength depends on the…

Freefall

Gravity

Orbit

Force

When an object is falling with the only force acting on it be…

The downward pull on earth. It also pulls objects together.

A forward and downward motion acting on an object. (ex.) the…

a push or pull acting on an object.

Freefall

When an object is falling with the only force acting on it be…

Gravity

The downward pull on earth. It also pulls objects together.

Maria

No armosphere

1/6

Force

Are regions formed from huge lava flows.

Why does the moons surface get really hot in direct sunlight?

The pull of gravity on the surface of the moon is ________of…

Push or pull

Maria

Are regions formed from huge lava flows.

No armosphere

Why does the moons surface get really hot in direct sunlight?

What is Gravity?

What is Mass?

What is Weight?

How fast do objects accelerate towards…

The pulling force that attracts all objects to each other. Th…

The amount of matter in an object. Measured with a beam balan…

The pulling force of gravity on an object. Measured with a sp…

9.8 m/s/s

What is Gravity?

The pulling force that attracts all objects to each other. Th…

What is Mass?

The amount of matter in an object. Measured with a beam balan…

cause and effect

data

experiment

hypothesis

a relationship between events or things, where one is the res…

the measure and observations gathered from an experiment

a specific procedure that tests if a hypothesis is true or fa…

a clear and concise statement that can be proven true or false

cause and effect

a relationship between events or things, where one is the res…

data

the measure and observations gathered from an experiment

velocity

acceleration

deceleration

frame of reference

rate of change in position (plus direction)

increase in speed or velocity... "Speeding up"

decrease in speed or velocity... "slowing down"

object used to detect motion... example: the ground, the sun, et…

velocity

rate of change in position (plus direction)

acceleration

increase in speed or velocity... "Speeding up"

Angular Acceleration

Angular Displacement

Angular Speed

Centripetal Acceleration

The time rate of change of angular speed, expressed in radian…

The angle through which a point, line, or body is rotated in…

The rate at which a body rotates about an axis, usually expre…

Accleration directed toward the center of a circular path.

Angular Acceleration

The time rate of change of angular speed, expressed in radian…

Angular Displacement

The angle through which a point, line, or body is rotated in…

Multiplicative Inverse Reciprocal

Repeating decimal

Benchmark

Terminating decimal

one or two numbers whose product is one

a decimal number has one or more digits that repeat continuou…

a familiar number used as a point of reference

a decimal that ends or stops

Multiplicative Inverse Reciprocal

one or two numbers whose product is one

Repeating decimal

a decimal number has one or more digits that repeat continuou…

Projectile motion

Accelerate, same

Equals, harder, accelerate

Formulation for gravity (g)

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

All objects in FREE FALL ______ at the ______ rate

More mass _____ moving gravitation force, but more mass is al…

9.8 m/s2

Projectile motion

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

Accelerate, same

All objects in FREE FALL ______ at the ______ rate

Weight

The greater the force of gravity....

The farther apart two objects are the...

The closer together 2 objects are the...

The force of gravity between an object and the planet its sit…

The greater the weight of the object.

Smaller the force of gravity between them.

Larger the force of gravity between them.

Weight

The force of gravity between an object and the planet its sit…

The greater the force of gravity....

The greater the weight of the object.

Orbit

Force

Law of Universal Gravitation

Mass

the path of an object as it revolves around another object in…

a push or pull exerted on an object

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

a measure of how much matter is in an object

Orbit

the path of an object as it revolves around another object in…

Force

a push or pull exerted on an object

Gravity

The greater masses

The greater distance

Mass

is a pulling force that attracts all objects to each other

the greater gravitational force

the less gravitational force

is the amount of matter in an object

Gravity

is a pulling force that attracts all objects to each other

The greater masses

the greater gravitational force

Gravity

Mass

Weight

Acceleration of Gravity

A pulling force that attracts objects together

Amount of matter in an object

Pulling force of gravity on an object

All objects that accelerate toward earth at the same rate (9.…

Gravity

A pulling force that attracts objects together

Mass

Amount of matter in an object

Gravity

Mass

Weight

Acceleration of gravity

Pulling force that attracts all objects to each other

Amount of matter in an object

Pulling force of gravity on an object

All objects accelerate toward earth at the same rate (9.8m/s/s)

Gravity

Pulling force that attracts all objects to each other

Mass

Amount of matter in an object

What Italian scientist argued that the…

What 2 factors does acceleration depend?

The rate at which velocity changes?

What rate do all objects accelerate to…

Galileo

Force and mass

Acceleration

9.8 meters per second/per second

What Italian scientist argued that the…

Galileo

What 2 factors does acceleration depend?

Force and mass

Rotation

Orbit

Revolution

Period of Revolution

the spin of a body on its axis

the path that a body follows as it travels around another bod…

the motion of a body that travels around another body in spac…

the amount of time a planet takes to complete a single trip a…

Rotation

the spin of a body on its axis

Orbit

the path that a body follows as it travels around another bod…

gravity

acceleration due to gravity

air resistance

terminal velocity

force that pulls all objects together... "closer the objects, th…

9.8 m/s/s on earth (if it weren't for air resistance)

force that opposes objects as they travel through the air

fastest a falling object can go due to air resistance

gravity

force that pulls all objects together... "closer the objects, th…

acceleration due to gravity

9.8 m/s/s on earth (if it weren't for air resistance)

Gravity and force

Mass and force

Heavier

It has a greater mass

Why do objects fall at the same rate

On what two factors does acceleration depend on

Which has a greater gravitational force a heavier or lighter…

Why is a heavier object harder to accelerate than a lighter o…

Gravity and force

Why do objects fall at the same rate

Mass and force

On what two factors does acceleration depend on