# Study sets matching "motion physical science gravity"

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Force

Newton

Net Force

Friction

A push or pull that acts on an object

The SI unit of force

The overall force acting on an object after all the forces are…

A force that opposes the motion of objects that touch as they…

Force

A push or pull that acts on an object

Newton

The SI unit of force

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, h…

same direction is added/ opposite direction is subtracted

motion

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

distance

the total length travelled

Average Speed Formula

Average Acceleration Formula

motion

speed

Total distance divided by total time

(final velocity-starting velocity) divided by time it takes to…

change in position relative to a reference point

distance traveled divided by the time interval in which motion…

Average Speed Formula

Total distance divided by total time

Average Acceleration Formula

(final velocity-starting velocity) divided by time it takes to…

First Law of Motion

Inertia

Second Law of Motion

Newton

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

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

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

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

First Law of Motion

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

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 earl…

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

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... (if an object has a…

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

F = ma

orces equal and opposite

The center of mass (equation)

is the average distance, weighted by mass... (if an object has a…

Newton's first law

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

Gravity

Force

Mass

Weight

Earth pulls objects towards it center, this accelerates object…

a push or pull, has both magnitude and direction, often repres…

the amount of matter in an object

the force experienced by an object due to gravity

Gravity

Earth pulls objects towards it center, this accelerates object…

Force

a push or pull, has both magnitude and direction, often repres…

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 mo…

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

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

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 mo…

Newton's Second Law of Motion

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

Force

gravity

law of universal gravitation

mass

A push or pull exerted on an object.

The attractive force between objects; the force that moves obj…

The scientific law that states that every object in the univer…

The amount of matter in an object.

Force

A push or pull exerted on an object.

gravity

The attractive force between objects; the force that moves obj…

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 s…

When it is increases gravitational force will also increase ;…

Region around the earth where objects experience a force due t…

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 s…

disk: greater tangential outer or inner?

disk: greater rotational speed outer or…

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 or…

same, same number of revolutions

gravity

law of universal gravitation

mass

weight

The force that pulls an apple to the ground, pulls the moon to…

States that every object in the universe attracts every other…

The amount of matter in an object.

The measure of the force of gravity on an object.

gravity

The force that pulls an apple to the ground, pulls the moon to…

law of universal gravitation

States that every object in the universe attracts every other…

Describe the tide.

Black holes

The pedigree Orbit

The apogee orbit

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

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

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

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

Describe the tide.

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

Black holes

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

tangential speed

rotational speed

rotational intertia

torque

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

the number of rotations or revolutions per unit of time

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

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

tangential speed

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

rotational speed

the number of rotations or revolutions per unit of time

Suppose a baseball and a marble are dro…

What Italian scientist argued that the…

Why do object fall to the ground at the…

On what two factors does acceleration d…

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 dro…

They would hit the ground at the same time.

What Italian scientist argued that the…

Galileo Galilei

force

gravity

mass

weight

A push and a pull are both examples of _______.

The pulling force between two objects is called ______________…

An object's _____________ is the amount of matter in that obje…

The measure of gravitational pull on an object is its ________…

force

A push and a pull are both examples of _______.

gravity

The pulling force between two objects is called ______________…

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

Gravitational potential energy

Gravitational potential energy [equatio…

Gravitational field strength

Gravitational field strength [equation]

Of two bodies is the work that was done in bringing the bodies…

-GMm/R

At a certain point, gravitational force per unit mass experien…

GM/R^2

Gravitational potential energy

Of two bodies is the work that was done in bringing the bodies…

Gravitational potential energy [equatio…

-GMm/R

Motion

Reference Point

speed

Speed Formula

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

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

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

Ex:

Motion

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

Reference Point

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

What is the meaning of the acceleration…

How does the velocity of a falling obje…

The force that opposes the motion of ob…

What 3 factors affect the amount of air…

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 acceleration…

Accelerate toward Earth at the rate of 9.8 meters per hour

How does the velocity of a falling obje…

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

Force

Gravity

Law of Universal Gravitation

Mass

**Push**or

**pull**exerted on an object

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

A scientific law that states

**every object**in the universe at…**Amount of matter**in an object

Force

**Push**or

**pull**exerted on an object

Gravity

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

Friction

Static Friction

Sliding Friction

Rolling Friction

The force that two frictions exert each other when they rub to…

Friction that acts on objects that are not moving

When two solid surfaces slide over each other

When an object rolls across a surface

Friction

The force that two frictions exert each other when they rub to…

Static Friction

Friction that acts on objects that are not moving

Projectile Motion

Centripedal Force

Inertia

Momentum

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

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 for…

Centripedal Force

Unbalanced force that causes projectile motion