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why did Newton think that a force must…

What did newton conclude about the forc…

If the moon falls why doesn't it get cl…

what is meant by tangental velocity

the moon orbits the earth

gravity

satalittes fall around the earth

the velocity of a salattlie

why did Newton think that a force must…

the moon orbits the earth

What did newton conclude about the forc…

gravity

law of universal gravitation

Universal Gravitational Constant

inverse square law

weight

every body in the universe attracts every other body with a fo…

6.67*10^-11Nm^2/kg^2 This constant expresses the relationship…

any law relating to the intensity of an effect to the inverse…

the force that an object exerts on a supporting surface (or, i…

law of universal gravitation

every body in the universe attracts every other body with a fo…

Universal Gravitational Constant

6.67*10^-11Nm^2/kg^2 This constant expresses the relationship…

tangential velocity

einstein

aristotle

brahe

sideways velocity perpindicular to the pull of gravity

described gravity in a forth dimension predicted gravity can b…

The circular motions of the heavenly bodies are natural need n…

complied by state of tables on the plane it's in the 1500s in…

tangential velocity

sideways velocity perpindicular to the pull of gravity

einstein

described gravity in a forth dimension predicted gravity can b…

Gravity

Conditions

Newton Universal Law of Gravity

Satellite

a force of attraction between two masses

1. Masses attract each other ... *force due to gravity is inheren…

G=6.67x10^-11

an object that orbits around another object

Gravity

a force of attraction between two masses

Conditions

1. Masses attract each other ... *force due to gravity is inheren…

Who developed the universal law of grav…

If the distance is increased twice as m…

If the distance is increase to three ti…

If the distance is increased ten times…

Newton

Reduced to 1/4

Reduced to 1/9

Reduced to 1/100

Who developed the universal law of grav…

Newton

If the distance is increased twice as m…

Reduced to 1/4

What is the proportional relationship b…

What is the proportional relationship b…

Weight is the measurement of....

Radius is a ____ measurement

Directly

Inverse Squared

the force of gravity

distance

What is the proportional relationship b…

Directly

What is the proportional relationship b…

Inverse Squared

gravity

universal law

mass

ballistics

the force of attraction

gravitational force between two objects depends on their masse…

amount of matter an object contains

because of drag an object won't move in a parabola

gravity

the force of attraction

universal law

gravitational force between two objects depends on their masse…

Law of Universal Gravitation

Universal Gravitational Constant

Inverse-Square Law

Weight

Every body in the universe attracts every other body with a fo…

6.67 x (10^-11) Nm^2/kg^2 This constant expresses the relation…

A law relating the intensity of an effect to the inverse squar…

The force that an object exerts on a supporting surface (or, i…

Law of Universal Gravitation

Every body in the universe attracts every other body with a fo…

Universal Gravitational Constant

6.67 x (10^-11) Nm^2/kg^2 This constant expresses the relation…

Isaac Newton

Henry Cavendish

Universal Gravitation Constant

Gravitational Force (aka. gravity)

determines the relationship between mass and gravity

solved Isaac Newton's equation, determined the value of "k"

represents the strength/value of gravity in the universe

an effect which causes any two masses to be pulled toward each…

Isaac Newton

determines the relationship between mass and gravity

Henry Cavendish

solved Isaac Newton's equation, determined the value of "k"

Aristotle

Ptolemy

Copernicus

Brahe

Earth is the center of the universe; geocentric

attempted to account for retrograde

Sun is the center of the universe; heliocentric

made precise measurements of the heavens

Aristotle

Earth is the center of the universe; geocentric

Ptolemy

attempted to account for retrograde

If an object accelerates

If there is a change in velocity

At a point the velocity

Centripetal force

There must be a force ... Direction of A is the same as direction…

There is a change in acceleration and force

Is tangent to the circle ... Perpendicular to the radius

Circle... Force toward the center

If an object accelerates

There must be a force ... Direction of A is the same as direction…

If there is a change in velocity

There is a change in acceleration and force

inertia

mass

weight

equilibrium

The tendency of an object to resist any change in motion.

The amount of matter in an object.

The attractive force due to gravity.

State of balance when the forces acting on an object are equal.

inertia

The tendency of an object to resist any change in motion.

mass

The amount of matter in an object.

Centrifugal force

Centrifugal force will never

The only force acting on an orbiting pr…

Orbiting projectile is in

A force that seems to push an object to the outside of a circle

Appear on a free body

Gravity

Free fall

Centrifugal force

A force that seems to push an object to the outside of a circle

Centrifugal force will never

Appear on a free body

Law of Universal Gravitation

Universal Gravitational Constant

Inverse-Square Law

Weight

F= G(m^1)(m^2)/(r^2)

6.67 x (10^-11) Nm^2/kg^2

Intensity = 1/r^2

The force that an object exerts on a supporting surface (or, i…

Law of Universal Gravitation

F= G(m^1)(m^2)/(r^2)

Universal Gravitational Constant

6.67 x (10^-11) Nm^2/kg^2

ancient Greece

Aristotle

First model of universe

Retrograde Motion

beginning of science... Natural Philosophy... First to try to explai…

300's BC... natural state of objects to come to rest on surface o…

everything orbits earth... orbits are circles

backwards motion of a planet through the sky... Became doctrine o…

ancient Greece

beginning of science... Natural Philosophy... First to try to explai…

Aristotle

300's BC... natural state of objects to come to rest on surface o…

Early humans

Newton

Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton

Who discovered Gravity?

Who discovered that Gravity is universal?

-Formulated ideas based on Galileo's earlier work... -Understood…

Theorized that the same set of laws apply to both celestial an…

Early humans

Who discovered Gravity?

Newton

Who discovered that Gravity is universal?

Copernicus

Galileo

Law of inertia

Friction

The sun is at the center of the universe

Ball rolling to the other side will be at its original height

1. Continues moving at the same velocity unless acted upon by…

1. Comes from microscopic bumps ... 2. Always acts the opposite d…

Copernicus

The sun is at the center of the universe

Galileo

Ball rolling to the other side will be at its original height

Kinetic friction

Projectile

Trajectory

Centripetal acceleration

The force exerted on one surface by a second surface when the…

An object shot through the air, such as football, that has ind…

Path of projectile through space

The center-seeking acceleration of an object moving in a circl…

Kinetic friction

The force exerted on one surface by a second surface when the…

Projectile

An object shot through the air, such as football, that has ind…

Newtons law

Force field

Gravitation potential

Gravitational potential difference

Force proportional to product of masses and inversley to dista…

An area where an object experiences force.

The work done to bring a unit mass from infinity to a point.

The difference between two gravitational potentials ina field.

Newtons law

Force proportional to product of masses and inversley to dista…

Force field

An area where an object experiences force.

Gravitaional force and field

Why do things fall?

Changing theories

Definitions

Book page 257-262

Aristotle: things reach their natural resting position... Out of…

Explain what is meant by a force field... Region where a force ac…

Force field... A region where a force acts. Strength of field var…

Gravitaional force and field

Book page 257-262

Why do things fall?

Aristotle: things reach their natural resting position... Out of…