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True/False: Although the speed of a par…

A car is turning a tight corner at a co…

Period

Frequency

True

The acceleration is directed toward the center of the circle,…

The time interval it takes an object to go around a circle one…

The number of revolutions per second

True/False: Although the speed of a par…

True

A car is turning a tight corner at a co…

The acceleration is directed toward the center of the circle,…

Radian

Average Angular Velocity Formula

Average Angular Acceleration Formula

Positive angular acceleration is....

the unit of angular measurement

ω = ΔΘ/Δt

α = Δω/Δt

counter clockwise

Radian

the unit of angular measurement

Average Angular Velocity Formula

ω = ΔΘ/Δt

centripetal force

period

uniform circular motion

centripetal acceleration

a force directed toward the center of a circle

the time needed to complete 1 cycle of motion

the movement of an object at a constant speed around a circle…

acceleration that always points towards the center of a circle…

centripetal force

a force directed toward the center of a circle

period

the time needed to complete 1 cycle of motion

Gravity

9.8 m/sec

Air Resistance

Free Fall

acceleration of falling object due to the force of gravity bet…

all objects accelerate towards the earth at ___(speed)

a type of fluid friction. the greater the surface area, the gr…

motion of an object when gravity is the only force acting on t…

Gravity

acceleration of falling object due to the force of gravity bet…

9.8 m/sec

all objects accelerate towards the earth at ___(speed)

Do all waves require a medium do propag…

Does blue or red on the spectrum have a…

Does blue or red on the spectrum have t…

what is the chief physical property tha…

No, electronic waves do not need a medium

blue

red

frequency

Do all waves require a medium do propag…

No, electronic waves do not need a medium

Does blue or red on the spectrum have a…

blue

B

B

B

B

1) Which of the following has the largest momentum relative to…

2) The difference between impulse and impact force involves th…

3) It is correct to say that impulse is equal to... A) momentum.…

4) The impulse-momentum relationship is a direct result of... A)…

B

1) Which of the following has the largest momentum relative to…

B

2) The difference between impulse and impact force involves th…

Gravity

Acceleration

Acceleration due to gravity

Velocity of falling objects

Force of attraction that pulls all objects toward each other

Rate at which velocity changes, affected by the mass of the ob…

9.8 m/s/s rate at which all objects fall toward Earth without…

v = g x t - calculating the velocity due to gravity

Gravity

Force of attraction that pulls all objects toward each other

Acceleration

Rate at which velocity changes, affected by the mass of the ob…

The greater the masses of interacting o…

2. Tripling the distance between two ob…

if the mass of the Earth somehow increa…

A black hole is ...

(the greater the gravtitational force between them)

(divides the gravitational force between them by 9)

increase) g=GM/R2

(the remains of a giant star that has undergone gravitational…

The greater the masses of interacting o…

(the greater the gravtitational force between them)

2. Tripling the distance between two ob…

(divides the gravitational force between them by 9)

Centripetal Acceleration

Centripetal Force

Gravity

Period

Directed towards center of circle and has a magnitude of A=V^2…

Time it takes to go once around a circle. Represented by lette…

Centripetal Acceleration

Directed towards center of circle and has a magnitude of A=V^2…

Centripetal Force

A ball with a momentum of 4kg*m/s hits…

A 75kg person walking around a corner b…

Two objects with different masses colli…

Two swimmers relax close together on ai…

-8kg*m/s

decreased

the less massive object had gained momentum

their momenta are equal but opposite

A ball with a momentum of 4kg*m/s hits…

-8kg*m/s

A 75kg person walking around a corner b…

decreased

Observed mountains, valleys, and craters

orbital period

Orbital Velocity

Edmund Halley

The moon has what on its surface?

What can be used to determine a planet's mass?

speed needed to get into orbit around a planet

Who calculated the orbit of the comet that appeared in 1606 an…

Observed mountains, valleys, and craters

The moon has what on its surface?

orbital period

What can be used to determine a planet's mass?

When a car goes around a circular curve…

When an object moves in uniform circula…

When a car goes around a banked circula…

A 1000-kg car is moving at 30 m/s aroun…

B) the friction force from the road

C) is directed toward the center of its circular path.

A) the normal force from the road

A) 9000 N

When a car goes around a circular curve…

B) the friction force from the road

When an object moves in uniform circula…

C) is directed toward the center of its circular path.

e elasticity in the vicinity of five di…

If the elasticity of demand coefficient…

Demand tends to be more elastic, the gr…

The elasticity of supply is defined as…

C 1.0

That for every 6% increase in quantity, there will be a 1% dec…

True

Percentage; percentage

e elasticity in the vicinity of five di…

C 1.0

If the elasticity of demand coefficient…

That for every 6% increase in quantity, there will be a 1% dec…

inelastic collision

elastic collision

conservation of energy

mass energy

A collision between two objects in which the deformation is so…

a collision between two objects in which the momentums and kin…

law stating that the total amount of energy entering the proce…

the energy equivalent to matter itself, according to the equat…

inelastic collision

A collision between two objects in which the deformation is so…

elastic collision

a collision between two objects in which the momentums and kin…

wetlands

fall line

hurricane

hurricane season

Lowlands that are at times covered with slow-moving or still w…

Rivers drop from high to low here. ... Marks the boundary between…

Violent storm that forms over the ocean. Their strong winds mo…

This is the time when hurricanes occur the most - from June ti…

wetlands

Lowlands that are at times covered with slow-moving or still w…

fall line

Rivers drop from high to low here. ... Marks the boundary between…

Terminal velocity

Free fall

Projectile motion

Interia

The constant velocity of a falling object when the force of ai…

The motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting…

The curved path an object follows when it is thrown or propell…

The tendency of all objects to resist any change in motion

Terminal velocity

The constant velocity of a falling object when the force of ai…

Free fall

The motion of a body when only the force of gravity is acting…

chemical bond

chemical formula

compound

covalent bonds

The bond that hold two atoms together

a group of numbers and symbols that represent a compound

the combination of two or more elements

a bonding of elements by sharing electrons between nonmetals

chemical bond

The bond that hold two atoms together

chemical formula

a group of numbers and symbols that represent a compound

Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

Gravitation Formula

The bigger distance between two objects,

Inverse-Squared law

-Every object pulls on every other object with a gravitational…

Force=G times the product of the masses divided by the distanc…

the smaller gravitational force of attaction

-Gravitational Forces between 2 objects depends 1/r^2

Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

-Every object pulls on every other object with a gravitational…

Gravitation Formula

Force=G times the product of the masses divided by the distanc…

Circular Motion

Centripetal Acceleration

Acceleration points

Velocity

An object moving in a circle has an acceleration toward the ce…

An acceleration that always points directly toward the center…

toward the center of the circle

is always tangent to the circle and perpendicular to accelerat…

Circular Motion

An object moving in a circle has an acceleration toward the ce…

Centripetal Acceleration

An acceleration that always points directly toward the center…

Projectile

Trajectory

Circular Motion

Centripetal Force

An object moving through the air.

The path followed by an object in projectile

Motion along a circular path where there is no change in the s…

The inward force that causes an object to move in a circular p…

Projectile

An object moving through the air.

Trajectory

The path followed by an object in projectile

physical property

chemical change

elements

Molecules

A characteristic of a pure substance that can be observed with…

takes place when two or more substances unite or break apart c…

the most basic components of the physical world and are not al…

Groups of two or more atoms held together by chemical bonds

physical property

A characteristic of a pure substance that can be observed with…

chemical change

takes place when two or more substances unite or break apart c…

Mechanics

Newton's first law of motion

Force

Newton's second law of motion

The study of motion

Something at rest unless something forces it to move; somethin…

A push or a pull on a object

Force; force is what causes an object to change speed or direc…

Mechanics

The study of motion

Newton's first law of motion

Something at rest unless something forces it to move; somethin…

that gravity is universal

greater the gravitational force between…

divides by 4 the gravitational force be…

500 N

Newton discovered A) gravity. B) that gravity is universal. C)…

According to Newton, the greater the masses of interacting obj…

According to Newton, doubling the distance between two interac…

What is the force of gravity on a 500-newton woman standing on…

that gravity is universal

Newton discovered A) gravity. B) that gravity is universal. C)…

greater the gravitational force between…

According to Newton, the greater the masses of interacting obj…

The universal law of gravity

Universal Gravitational constant, G

Gravity and distance: the inverse squar…

Weight and weightlessness

universal law of gravitation= every body in the universe attra…

G is the universal gravitational constant.... F= G (m1m2/d^2)... G=…

The space around objects with mass is energized with a gravita…

weight= the force that an object exerts on a supporting surfac…

The universal law of gravity

universal law of gravitation= every body in the universe attra…

Universal Gravitational constant, G

G is the universal gravitational constant.... F= G (m1m2/d^2)... G=…