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Newton and inertia
Apply
Current
Eventually
Exert
To put something one an object
Happening or being use right now but not likely to likely to…
After a long time
To put press ure or force on to make something happen
Apply
To put something one an object
Current
Happening or being use right now but not likely to likely to…
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Newton's laws and Inertia
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Acceleration
Force
An object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion w…
The acceleration of an object is in the same direction as, an…
Any change in velocity.
Changes the motion of an object.
Newton's First Law
An object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion w…
Newton's Second Law
The acceleration of an object is in the same direction as, an…
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Newton's First Law of Inertia
motion
inertia
rest
force
how things move
object not wanting to change its motion
an object is not moving
push or pull
motion
how things move
inertia
object not wanting to change its motion
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Newton's First Law of Inertia
motion
inertia
rest
force
how things move
object not wanting to change its motion
an object is not moving
push or pull
motion
how things move
inertia
object not wanting to change its motion
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Science-Newton and Inertia (NI)
Apply
Current
Eventually
Exert
V. To put something on an object
Adj. happening or being used right now but not likely to last…
After a long time
V. To put pressure or force on to make something happen
Apply
V. To put something on an object
Current
Adj. happening or being used right now but not likely to last…
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Newton and Law of Inertia
When is Issac Newton's birthday?
Where was Issac Newton born?
Who did Issac Newton live with?
Why did Newton live with his grandpare…
January 4, 1643 (premature)
Lincolnshire, England
his grandparents on a farm
His mom left him at age 3
When is Issac Newton's birthday?
January 4, 1643 (premature)
Where was Issac Newton born?
Lincolnshire, England
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Newton's Laws and Inertia
What is the law of inertia?
What is inertia equal to?
What is apparent weight?
Can Force Friction exceed the opposing…
The tendency of an object to resist changes in motion
Mass
Force Normal
No
What is the law of inertia?
The tendency of an object to resist changes in motion
What is inertia equal to?
Mass
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Newtons law of inertia
Natural and violent
Natural motion
Violent motion
Copernicus theory
Arsitotles types of motion
Nothing acting on the object
Made man motion
Earth revolves around the sun
Natural and violent
Arsitotles types of motion
Natural motion
Nothing acting on the object
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Physics: Newtons Laws and Inertia
Newtons 1st Law
Newtons 2nd Law
Newtons 3rd Law
Inertia
A body will move at constany velocity unless acted on by an u…
Acceleration: net force/mass
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
The property of a body to resist changes of its state of motion
Newtons 1st Law
A body will move at constany velocity unless acted on by an u…
Newtons 2nd Law
Acceleration: net force/mass
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Conceptual physics chapter 3 Newton inertia
Aristotle
Copernicus
Galileo
Friction
Philosopher- scientist who stated theory of natural motion (m…
Astronomer who stated sun was center of universe- earth trave…
He discovered what we now call Newton's first law of motion.…
A force that opposes the motion of objects that touch as they…
Aristotle
Philosopher- scientist who stated theory of natural motion (m…
Copernicus
Astronomer who stated sun was center of universe- earth trave…
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THE FORCE AND INERTIA AND NEWTON FIRST LAW
what is newton's first law
what is newton's second law
what is force?
what is an unbalanced force
Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in…
the acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is d…
strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or move…
When two forces acting on an object are not equal in size, we…
what is newton's first law
Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in…
what is newton's second law
the acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is d…
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Newton's law, Friction, Inertia
positives of friction
negatives of friction
how can you reduce friction
aerodynamic
abrasives... heats things up... start,stop,and change direction
heats things up... slows things down... wears things down... travel us…
lubricants
travels through air efficiently
positives of friction
abrasives... heats things up... start,stop,and change direction
negatives of friction
heats things up... slows things down... wears things down... travel us…
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Kepler/Newton Laws, Gravity+Inertia
Kepler's 1st Law
Kepler's 2nd Law
Speed=
When planets are closer to the sun
Orbits are ellipses, with the sun as one focus
Each planet sweeps over an equal area in equal time intervals
Distance/time
They travel faster because the closer to the sun the shorter…
Kepler's 1st Law
Orbits are ellipses, with the sun as one focus
Kepler's 2nd Law
Each planet sweeps over an equal area in equal time intervals
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INERTIA!!! Newton's 1st LAW
What Newton's First Law of Motion is a…
Motion requires a
Two kinds of motion
Galileo concept of Inertia involved
INERTIA
force
natural motion and unnatural motion
TESTING ideas of motion
What Newton's First Law of Motion is a…
INERTIA
Motion requires a
force
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Inertia and Newton's Laws of Motion
Force
Static Friction
Kinetic Friction
Drag/Fluid Friction
A push or a pull
The force that resists the start of motion between two surfaces
The force that resists the motion of two surfaces that are re…
A friction-like force that opposes the motion of an object in…
Force
A push or a pull
Static Friction
The force that resists the start of motion between two surfaces
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Newton's 1st law- Inertia
What is a force?
What is friction force?
What causes friction?
What happens when there is an object o…
any push or pull
the force that acts between two touching surfaces
friction is caused by irregularities between the two touching…
the object will slip or roll around because there is no force…
What is a force?
any push or pull
What is friction force?
the force that acts between two touching surfaces
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Newton's First Law (Inertia)
What are the two classifications of mo…
According to Aristotle, what kinds of…
What simple way of interpreting astron…
Who relied on experiment, Aristotle or…
natural & violent
natural
That Earth and all other planets revolve around the sun.
galileo
What are the two classifications of mo…
natural & violent
According to Aristotle, what kinds of…
natural
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Newton's First Law and Inertia
Inertia
Galileo
Force
Friction
The resistance an object has to change in its state of motion…
A scientist who developed the idea of inertia
A push or a pull
A force that changes and objects motion
Inertia
The resistance an object has to change in its state of motion…
Galileo
A scientist who developed the idea of inertia
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Inertia (Newton's First Law)
The big idea
What illustrates equilibrium?
What would be needed to change an obje…
What is needed to change an objects st…
An object in mechanical equilibrium is stable, without change…
Things that are balanced with one another
An unbalanced external force
A force
The big idea
An object in mechanical equilibrium is stable, without change…
What illustrates equilibrium?
Things that are balanced with one another
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Inertia & Newton's Third Law
1. What is inertia?
2. What is inertia?
What does inertial mass measure?
How can the inertial mass be found?
Inertia is the tendency for motion to remain unchanged.
Until acted by a resultant force, objects at rest stay at res…
An object's inertial mass measured how difficult it is to cha…
The inertial mass can be found using Newton's Second Law of F…
1. What is inertia?
Inertia is the tendency for motion to remain unchanged.
2. What is inertia?
Until acted by a resultant force, objects at rest stay at res…
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Newtons First Law of Motion :Inertia
While ice skating with your friend , y…
How is velocity different from speed?
What does friction do to a moving obje…
Your friend kicks a soccer ball, and i…
You will continue to slide across the ice until a force makes…
Velocity is speed and direction together
Slow it down
Force has to be applied to the ball
While ice skating with your friend , y…
You will continue to slide across the ice until a force makes…
How is velocity different from speed?
Velocity is speed and direction together
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Newtons First Law of Motion :Inertia
While ice skating with your friend , y…
How is velocity different from speed?
What does friction do to a moving obje…
Your friend kicks a soccer ball, and i…
You will continue to slide across the ice until a force makes…
Velocity is speed and direction together
Slow it down
Force has to be applied to the ball
While ice skating with your friend , y…
You will continue to slide across the ice until a force makes…
How is velocity different from speed?
Velocity is speed and direction together
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Chapter 4 Newton's first law-Inertia
Equilibrium
Force
Friction
Inertia
...
...
...
...
Equilibrium
...
Force
...
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Newton's Law of Inertia Unit Vocabulary
balanced forces
Celsius
equilibrium rule
force
forces on an object that combine to give a zero net force and…
a temperature scale with 0 as the melt-freeze temperature for…
an object is in mechanical equilibrium whenever the net force…
any influence that tends to accelerate an object; a push or p…
balanced forces
forces on an object that combine to give a zero net force and…
Celsius
a temperature scale with 0 as the melt-freeze temperature for…
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Newtons First Law of Motion - Inertia
Two main classes of motion by Aristotle:
Natural Motion
Violent Motion
Inertia
Natural motion and violent motion.
Proceeds from the nature of an object, dependent on what comb…
Pushing or pulling forces
An objects ability to resist change in motion.
Two main classes of motion by Aristotle:
Natural motion and violent motion.
Natural Motion
Proceeds from the nature of an object, dependent on what comb…
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Inertia and Newton's Laws of Motion Vocabulary Set
mass
gravity
acceleration
force
the measure of how much matter is in an object.
the attractive force between objects; the force that move... obj…
the rate at which velocity changes
a push or pull exerted on an object
mass
the measure of how much matter is in an object.
gravity
the attractive force between objects; the force that move... obj…
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Physics: Newtons First law of inertia
Inettia
Friction
Newton's first law of motion
Kilograms
The property pf a body to resist changes to its state of matter
A force that acts between materials that touch as they move p…
It states that every object continues in a state of rest or o…
The fundamental unit that mass is measured in
Inettia
The property pf a body to resist changes to its state of matter
Friction
A force that acts between materials that touch as they move p…
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Newtons 1st law/law of inertia
Inertia
Newtons 1st law of motion
Net Force
Vector
The property of things to resist changes in motion
Every object continues in a state of rest or uniform speed in…
The vector sum of forces that act on an object.
The sum of forces that act on an object
Inertia
The property of things to resist changes in motion
Newtons 1st law of motion
Every object continues in a state of rest or uniform speed in…
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Newtons First Law of Motion 'Inertia'
How does the size of an arrow affect t…
What can forces cause an object to do?
What are the conditions needed for a f…
What is Newtons First Law?
The larger the arrow the more force is being applied and the…
- Accelerate... - Decelerate... - Change direction... - Change shape
- The force must be unbalanced.... - The force must be external.
An object will continue to do what it was already doing until…
How does the size of an arrow affect t…
The larger the arrow the more force is being applied and the…
What can forces cause an object to do?
- Accelerate... - Decelerate... - Change direction... - Change shape
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Newtons First Law of Motion 'Inertia"
Forces that are acting on a car?
Arrow and Size of Force
The smaller the arrow...
The bigger the arrow...
-Thrust... -Gravity... -Reactive Force/Normal... -Drag (Air Resistance…
...
The less force being applied
The more force being applied
Forces that are acting on a car?
-Thrust... -Gravity... -Reactive Force/Normal... -Drag (Air Resistance…
Arrow and Size of Force
...
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Newton's First Law of Motion: Inertia
Force
Inertia
Friction
Speed
A push or pull that acts on an object
The tendency of an object to resist a change in its state of…
A force that acts against moving objects
How fast the position of an object is changing with time at a…
Force
A push or pull that acts on an object
Inertia
The tendency of an object to resist a change in its state of…
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4 Newton's First Law of Motion: Inertia
Equilibrium
Force
Friction
Inertia
State when the net force on an object is zero
Any push or pull
Force acting on touching materials as they move past each other
The tendency of an object to resist changes to its state of m…
Equilibrium
State when the net force on an object is zero
Force
Any push or pull
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Conceptual Physics - Chapter 4: Newton's 1st Law - Inertia
equilibrium
force
friction
inertia
The state of a body in which no net force acts on it
An influence that tends to accelerate an object; a push or pu…
The force that acts to resist the relative motion (or attempt…
The reluctance of a body to change its state of motion.
equilibrium
The state of a body in which no net force acts on it
force
An influence that tends to accelerate an object; a push or pu…
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Unit 2: Newton's 1st Law: Inertia
Force
Net Force
Inertia
Newton
Push or Pull
The combination of all forces that act on an object
The property of things remaining at rest if at rest, and in m…
The scientific unit of force
Force
Push or Pull
Net Force
The combination of all forces that act on an object
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Newton's First Law of Motion--Inertia
Force
Net Force
Vector
Scalar
An influence that tends to accelerate an object; a push or pu…
The combination of all the forces that act on an object.
A quantity in physics, such as force, that has both magnitude…
A quantity in physics, such as mass, volume, and time, that c…
Force
An influence that tends to accelerate an object; a push or pu…
Net Force
The combination of all the forces that act on an object.
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Chapter 3: Newton's First Law: Inertia
Aristotle
natural force
violent force
Galileo
believed objects required a force to continue moving... did not…
objects falling up/down on their own
imposed motion on objects
believed force is NOT needed to keep an object moving... force i…
Aristotle
believed objects required a force to continue moving... did not…
natural force
objects falling up/down on their own
10 terms
Newton's First Law of Motion-Inertia
Inertia
Newtons 1st law of motion
Force
Net force
The property of things to resist change in motion
Every object continues in a state of rest or uniform speed in…
A push or pull
The vector sum of forces that acts on an object
Inertia
The property of things to resist change in motion
Newtons 1st law of motion
Every object continues in a state of rest or uniform speed in…
33 terms
Newton's First Law of Motion-Inertia
Aristotle
Contact force
Long-range force
Magnetic forces, Gravity, and electrical
Was the first to suggest force causes motion
Acts on an object by touching it
Exerted without contact
What are some examples of long-range forces?
Aristotle
Was the first to suggest force causes motion
Contact force
Acts on an object by touching it
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Newton's 1st Law: Equilibrium & Inertia
Force
SI and Standard
Force as vector quantity
Weight mathematically
Push or pull
SI - metric (N) Standard - English (lb.)
Vector quantity is a quantity that needs both magnitude and d…
(kg) x10 (N)... MASS →→ WEIGHT... ←←... ÷10
Force
Push or pull
SI and Standard
SI - metric (N) Standard - English (lb.)
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Newton's First Law of Motion: Inertia
The big _______: _________ cause chang…
Section 3.1> ____________ on motion: _…
_____________ divided ___________ into…
_________ motion: on _______ was thoug…
Idea, Forces, Motion
Aristotle, Aristotle, Greek
Aristotle, motion, natural, violent
Natural, earth, straight, straight, forces
The big _______: _________ cause chang…
Idea, Forces, Motion
Section 3.1> ____________ on motion: _…
Aristotle, Aristotle, Greek
Newton's first law of motion--Inertia
Two types of motion
Copernicus and the Moving Earth
Friction
Galileo on Motion
Aristotle divided it into natural motion and violent motion
He reasoned that the simplest way to interpret astronomical o…
the name given to the force that acts between materials that…
He argued that the only when friction is present--as it usual…
Two types of motion
Aristotle divided it into natural motion and violent motion
Copernicus and the Moving Earth
He reasoned that the simplest way to interpret astronomical o…
14 terms
Inertia and Newton's Laws of Motion Vocabulary Set
mass
gravity
acceleration
force
the measure of how much matter is in an object.
the attractive force between objects; the force that move... obj…
the rate at which velocity changes
a push or pull exerted on an object
mass
the measure of how much matter is in an object.
gravity
the attractive force between objects; the force that move... obj…
31 terms
Newton's First Law of Motion- Inertia
Force causes...
Aristotle's two types of motion
natural motion
violent motion
a change in motion
natural and violent motion
straight up or straight down; objects were believed to seek t…
motion imposed on an object; the result of forces that pulled…
Force causes...
a change in motion
Aristotle's two types of motion
natural and violent motion
20 terms
Newton's First Law of Motion - Inertia
Aristotle divided motion into...
Aristotle believed the world was compo…
Natural motions were not caused by...
Violent motion was the result of...
natural and violent
fire, earth, air, and water
forces
forces
Aristotle divided motion into...
natural and violent
Aristotle believed the world was compo…
fire, earth, air, and water
10 terms
Newton's First Law of Motion. (Inertia)
1N
Newtons 1st law
Newton's 1st law name
Force
Kg•m/s^2
Objects in motion remain in motion at a constant speed in the…
The law of inertia
An action that can change motion. A push or pull that has the…
1N
Kg•m/s^2
Newtons 1st law
Objects in motion remain in motion at a constant speed in the…
10 terms
Newton's First Law of Motion- Inertia
Inertia
Newton's first law of motion (the law…
Force
Net Force
the property of things to resist changes in motion
Every object continues in a state of rest or of uniform speed…
In the simplest sense, a push or a pull.
The vector sum of forces that act on an object.
Inertia
the property of things to resist changes in motion
Newton's first law of motion (the law…
Every object continues in a state of rest or of uniform speed…
5 terms
3.4: Newton's Law of Inertia
Newton's first law, usually called the…
Simply put, things tend to keep on doi…
The law of inertia provides a complete…
Objects continue to move by themselves…
law of inertia
force
motion
friction, indefinitely
Newton's first law, usually called the…
law of inertia
Simply put, things tend to keep on doi…
force
15 terms
Inertia, Motion, and Newton's First Law Vocabulary
friction
inertia
Newton's First Law
mass
force that results from the motion or pending motion of one s…
the property of an object that resists any change in its motion
every object continues in a state of rest, or in a state of m…
a measure of the resistance an object has to a change in its…
friction
force that results from the motion or pending motion of one s…
inertia
the property of an object that resists any change in its motion
22 terms
Chapter 2: Newton's 1st of Motion & Inertia
Inertia
Newton
Friction
Force
A physical property of an object, which is characterized by t…
A SI unit of measure that equals the force required to accele…
A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in…
A push or a pull
Inertia
A physical property of an object, which is characterized by t…
Newton
A SI unit of measure that equals the force required to accele…
Newton's First Law of Motion - Inertia
Volume
Mass
Weight
The more mass an object has...
The measure of space; it is measured in units such as cubic c…
The measure of the inertia of an object; it is measured kilog…
A measure of the gravitational force acting on the object
The greater its inertia and the more force it takes to change…
Volume
The measure of space; it is measured in units such as cubic c…
Mass
The measure of the inertia of an object; it is measured kilog…
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